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Governmint In India: In Inside View

 
T.S.R. Subramanian (Author)
Synopsis In a sense, this is a sequel to the author's earlier book Journeys through Babudom and Netaland; both covering the theme of issues of governance in India. GovernMint in India: An Inside View treats the subject analytically, with the incisive eye of an insider. The instruments of governance and their components are subjected to micro-analysis in terms of their past performance; the macro results of these actions have been summarised. A self serving elite has been formed that is preoccupied with its vested interests. The entire administration, with infrastructure and its development programmes become the terrain for serving the personal and political interests of the neta in particular, and the other interest groups in general. The voice of the common man in India goes unheard. After sixty years of Indepence, the poorer segments of India, which constitutes the majority, remains impoverished. What needs to be done to change the momentum of development –this is the theme of this book. TSR bases the examination of the constitutional institutions from the perspective of his close proximity to and experience of working with these agencies, for over forty years. The analysis throws up a number of specific directions for remedial action and could start a meaningful debate towards serious reform. The author's knowledgeable eye spares no agency, however mighty; and directly assesses its contribution to the nation's welfare. Institutions and systems which have performed reasonably well have also been identified.
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About the author

T.S.R. Subramanian

A retired IAS officer from UP cardre, T.S.R. Subramanian had his primary education in Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu and college education in Kolkata, West Bengal. He then obtaines a diploma from the Imperial college of Science in London, and later a Masters degree from Harvard University. He joined the IAS in 1961. after working in a series of field assignments, he moved into posts in the state secretariat at Lucknow and had stints in the Commerce and Textile ministries of the Government of India at New Delhi. He was chief secretary of U.P. in the period immediately after the Babri Masjid incident. He rose to the post of Cabinet Secretary in Government of India, the highest civil service position in the government, and worked under three prime ministers in this capacity. TSR has also worked for five years as senior adviser in the International Trade Centre, Geneva, a U.N. Organization. Currently he can be spotted frequently on a golf course.

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Title Governmint In India: In Inside View
Format Hardcover
Date published: 15.05.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Rupa & Co.
Language: English
isbn 9788129114822
length xviii+212p., Index; 23cm.