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Pangariha holds bureaucracy responsible for slow reform

In his latest book, former vice chairman of government think tank NITI Aayog Arvind Panagariya delves about Indian bureaucracy that often sufferfrom a socialist overhang leading it to slow down even in the cases of such reforms that the top leadership seeks to implement.

Panagariya writes in his book that the government attempts to privatize a large number of PSUs remained stalled despite the PM’s push to get cabinet approval for the list of companies drawn up by the NITI Aayog.
However, once the matter went to the DIPAM, it remained stuck there,” Panagariya says in his book — ‘India Unlimited, Reclaiming the Lost Glory’, adding that labour law reforms offered another example of how the bureaucracy blocked efforts of the political executive. 
He feels bureaucracy’s adherence to socialism remains deeply rooted in the education its members receive in Indian universities, where faculty members are often wedded to anti-business and anti-market ideology.The book offers many such examples where anyone finds it difficult to break steel framework of bureaucracy. In another example related to civil services reform. PM took s initiative for lateral entry at the top levels of the bureaucracy but going by available information, a conclusion could be reached upon that bureaucracy slowed down the process to such an extant that it was only at the very end of his term that nine officers could be inducted from outside, sense Panagariya, who is a professor of economics at Columbia University.


26 Mar 2020
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NEEPCO: Deka selected for Director post

The public-sector head-hunter (PESB) on Wednesday selected Hemant Kumar Deka (ED, NEEPCO) for the post of Director (Technical), North Eastern Electric Power Corporation.

04 Mar 2020
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Pangariha holds bureaucracy responsible for slow reform

By IndianMandarins 26 Mar 2020

In his latest book, former vice chairman of government think tank NITI Aayog Arvind Panagariya delves about Indian bureaucracy that often sufferfrom a socialist overhang leading it to slow down even in the cases of such reforms that the top leadership seeks to implement.

Panagariya writes in his book that the government attempts to privatize a large number of PSUs remained stalled despite the PM’s push to get cabinet approval for the list of companies drawn up by the NITI Aayog.
However, once the matter went to the DIPAM, it remained stuck there,” Panagariya says in his book — ‘India Unlimited, Reclaiming the Lost Glory’, adding that labour law reforms offered another example of how the bureaucracy blocked efforts of the political executive. 
He feels bureaucracy’s adherence to socialism remains deeply rooted in the education its members receive in Indian universities, where faculty members are often wedded to anti-business and anti-market ideology.The book offers many such examples where anyone finds it difficult to break steel framework of bureaucracy. In another example related to civil services reform. PM took s initiative for lateral entry at the top levels of the bureaucracy but going by available information, a conclusion could be reached upon that bureaucracy slowed down the process to such an extant that it was only at the very end of his term that nine officers could be inducted from outside, sense Panagariya, who is a professor of economics at Columbia University.


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NEEPCO: Deka selected for Director post

By IndianMandarins 04 Mar 2020

The public-sector head-hunter (PESB) on Wednesday selected Hemant Kumar Deka (ED, NEEPCO) for the post of Director (Technical), North Eastern Electric Power Corporation.

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HSL: Khatri selected for CMD post

By IndianMandarins 27 Feb 2020

The public-sector head-hunter (PESB) on Thursday selected Hemant Khatri (Director, Strategic Project, Hindustan Shipyard Limited), for the post of Chairman & Managing Director, Hindustan Shipyard Limited. Subject to requisite clearances and ACC approval Khatri may replace Radm L V S Babu; the outgoing CMD retiring August this year.

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NMDC: Deb selected for CMD post

By IndianMandarins 18 Feb 2020

The public-sector head-hunter on Tuesday selected Sumit Deb (Director Personnel, NMDC Limited) for the post of Chairman & Managing Director, NMDC Limited. Subject to requisite clearances and ACC approval he will replace N Baijendra Kumar (IAS:1985:CG); the outgoing CMD retiring July this year.

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WCL: Shukla selected for Director post

By IndianMandarins 13 Feb 2020

The public-sector head-hunter on Thursday selected Rajendra Prasad Shukla (GM, South Eastern Coalfields Ltd.) for the post of Director (Finance), Western Coalfields Ltd.

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EPIL: Chandraiah selected for Director post

By IndianMandarins 12 Feb 2020

The public-sector head-hunter on Wednesday selected P M Chandraiah (Director Finance, BCPL) for the post of Director (Finance), Engineering Projects (India) Ltd.

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BEL: Sekhar selected for Director post

By IndianMandarins 11 Feb 2020

The public-sector head-hunter on Tuesday selected M V Raja Sekhar (Chief Scientist, BEL) for the post of Director (Research & Development), Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL). Subject to requisite clearances and ACC approval he will replace Mahesh V, the outgoing Director retiring August this year.

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PGCIL: Mukarrum selected for Director post

By IndianMandarins 06 Feb 2020

The public-sector head-hunter on Thursday selected Mohammed Taj Mukarrum (ED, PGCIL) for the post of Director (Finance), Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd.

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