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Bhaskar Ghose narrates in simple english what constitutes the lives of average IAS officers and the challenges faced by the ilk He puts down his experiences and emotions in a candid way from the POV of a person who transforms from a naive young man straight out of college to a seasoned babu with his idealism tempered by the ground realities At various points he tries to justify the existence of IAS cadre citing the inexplicable bonds of brotherhood that runs between them helping each other solve problems smoothly in this rather rough bureaucratic system To be fair to him he does admit that it is hard to ualify what constitutes this brotherhood as it is a vague blurred notion in everyone s mind He recounts his experiences in various capacities and honestly gives his own shortfalls in dealing with difficult situations while being diplomatic about mentioning other officers mistakes He tries to strike a balance between the perception of IAS as an extension of ICS as a patronizing organization with its roots in the british raj and as an organization for maintaining order in the new nation with intelligent honest impressionable officers drawn from all over the country He contends that even though the officers might be no different from the people in other state services the conditioning that IAS officers receive in different challenging postings teach them a lot about managing difficult situations and bonds them together in the common journey He argues that persons of repute in various fields are not uite capable when it comes to administering and it is here that the IAS officers swoop in He has been gentle when describing various persons in the book except one KP Singh Deo a minister who shunted him out of Doordarshan I can say that he has done a good job of painting the common aspects of IAS life of the personalities of various people he got to deal with But I wish he had been a little detailed on how the IAS camaraderie helped him solve the pressing problems he mentioned in the book That would have helped convince the readers about why IAS is still relevant to the country today instead of dwelling on the imaginative bond tying the whole coterie together All in all a pretty interesting and easy read and not a self aggrandizing memoir of an officer with hubris The Business of Design puts down his experiences and emotions in a candid way from the POV of a Project Calisthenics. 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  • The Service of the State
  • Bhaskar Ghose
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  • 10 November 2018
  • 9788184755756