need for a new book

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need for a new book

Postby Deepak Guru, CMC » December 11th, 2013, 10:56 pm

It would be good to have a book, focusing on what are the traps which make the IPS, IAS and IRS Officers corrupt. Retd. IPS Officer Yogesh P. Singh talks about these things and he has also directed some movie. All the trainee IPS Officers as well as aspirants need to be told about these issues, as Mr. Y.P. Singh once mentioned that he knew the traps, and hence he came out clean. All new recruits are honest, but the system tends to make them corrupt.
And the trend of UPSC Civil Services exam has changed, so, it would be better to have a 2nd edition of "You too can become an IPS Officer."

And there's a question too, Sir:
Durga Shakti Nagpal, IAS acted very bravely, before her suspension. But after getting suspension, she avoided the media. Instead of showing same courage and conducting a press conference, she reportedly apologized to the CM. Still she got huge public support. It would have been great, if she would have shown the same courage, against the UP Govt., which misused the powers to suspend and demoralize honest and brave IAS Officer. Sir, what is your opinion regarding this, as any brave officer is likely to be in such situation.

Best Regards,
M.B.B.S. Student,
CMC Ludhiana.
Deepak Guru, CMC
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Re: need for a new book

Postby sylendrababu » December 14th, 2013, 10:07 pm

Dear Deepak,

The all India services officers are expected to maintain absolute integrity at all
times and everywhere. There bad consequences of honest actions are better than the
worse consequences of dishonest action . But in my experience
honest officers are revered everywhere and in most cases even if injustice is
done, it is corrected sooner than later. The real officers should have the courage
to stand up their decision. In fact that is the challenge of the service.

The second edition of YOU TOO CAN BECOME AN IPS OFFICER has come out already,
about Durga Sakthi Nagpal, you must be aware of the fact officers are not supposed
to talk to the press on such sensitive service issues. Officers have restrictions even
when talking about a professional matters in the course of discharging our duties. I think
that it is the case with the junior doctors in the CMC ludhiana too. a junior doctor is
not supposed to talk to the press about the administration of the dean. isnt he?
How is your studies? . When are you planning to give the prelims?

Dr. C. Sylendra Babu I.P.S.
Additional Director General of Police, Tamil Nadu.
Additional Director General of Police, Tamil Nadu.
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