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2017 batch IPS officer-trainees with President of India, Ram Nath Kovind, in New Delhi on October 12.

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Tuesday, March 09, 2010

Are you game for an African safari? Try your luck to be ED’s Adviser in African Development Bank

ARE you an official at the level of deputy secretary or director, and now in Central deputation? Here’s a chance to try your luck to become the Adviser to the Executive Director in the African Development Bank for a period of three years.
The mandatory qualifications include at least 2 years at the Centre under the Central Staffing Scheme, and a maximum age of 54 years. Also, the officer should not have been nominated for foreign training, and should not be on training or foreign assignment currently. What’s more, the officer should not be on study leave or long leave. The cumulative experience of 24 months in the fields of finance, commerce, industry and textiles are also a requirement. A degree in economics would be considered desirable and those having experiences in the department of economic affairs under the ministry of finance would be given preferences. The last date of application is April 5, 2010.
For details, click the DoPT CIRCULAR, dated March 5, 2010

Rahul Gandhi’s prescription for Bihar that handsomely produces IAS, IPS
If the state of Bihar can produce so many IAS and IPS officers every year who have made immense contributions to the development of many Indian states, why can’t Bihar improve its own state of affairs? The question came from none other than Congress leader Rahul Gandhi who addressed a few gatherings in that backward state recently. The AICC general secretary, however, showered praise for youths of Bihar who have contributed in economic rejuvenation of other states.
He reminded the state’s youths with talents to qualify IAS exam that they needed to look within and introspect why Bihar turned out to be a laggard for the last 20 years!

Ex-babu Tracker
Khaitan and Company have hired former IAS Dr PK Agrawal as partner in its Delhi office. Mr Agarwal, a West Bengal cadre IAS, served as additional chief secretary to the government of West Bengal. A graduate from Allahabad University, Dr Agrawal is an LLM from Calcutta University, and MBA from the Indira Gandhi Open University, New Delhi. Some of the former bureaucrats who have joined law firms post retirement are Rashee Suri, Ashok Dhingra and Joginder Singh. 

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