This is an excellent success story for so many to get inspired. I feel jealous because I couldnt do it. Shubhra, the real hard works begins now. Work with the most rotten system but still come out as winner, needs lots and lots od patience. Best of Luck always..
Civil services exams should be eradicated. Govt. must bring in professionals from B- School , from private companies to manage. All the present candidates selected will do nothing but increase corruption. Here she is talking about Bihar and take it in writing, in next 10 yr. she will be vying for some big shot property in US or Singapore. These bureaucrats will never ever care for India. They are ready to send their children abroad for studies but would never care to make India a new U.S.
by abhishek on Jun 10, 2009 10:50 PM
OH Mr jimmy please dont tell me that these so corporates are not involved in bribing the breaucrats..... infact corporates are the biggest thiefs whenever the question of income tax comes up? what about satyam and us 64 and hometrade and hoffland and endless list of fraudsters that are still roaming out free.
Yeah, after the initial euphoria of getting into IAS dies down you will realize that you have suddenly been allotted some god forsaken cadre(I really hope not) and spend the rest of you life managing a long distance relationship with your family. Never the less, wish you all the best. By the way, you took civil services to serve the country or your own ego? Be honest. Good luck, chao!
Re: Inviting trouble?
by KV sridhar on Jun 10, 2009 10:30 PM
Mr. Barua, Whatever may be the intention ..it is important that she gives 100% effort. No one is ego less..Some amount of self esteem is necessary fro human survival. Anyways What I mean is lets just hope she does her job well and help the country move forward.