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Governments of all the states have been saddled with their inactive unproductive less competitive lazy staff by virtue of 1) Their age Less number being recruiting 2) For the last 10 years most of the High IQ intelligent ones have been either going abroad or joining Pvt sectors in IT banking and multinationals
3) Not attractive remuneration package hence introducing high level of corruption

Future of E Governance appear bleak with the same tempo continues
What should be the startegy and remedy?

Asked by Yajna, 09 Dec '08 08:51 am
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Candidate selection is done using CASTE RESERVATION instead of merit. THat itself would greatly corrode the quality of people selected for work. And then there is complacency prevailing amongst the public sector in general.

In USSR (from who we borrowed public sector model), if the public sector officer is complacent, he'll be dealt w/ by the NKVD or some other state security apparatus. There is no such apparatus in India, which is another problem.
Answered by A Moin, 09 Dec '08 10:39 am

 
  
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Liquidity crisis facing the country is acute and government has taken one after other measures in the last two months to dilute the adverse effects of this liquidity crisis on the overall economy. I no doubt praise the sincere steps taken by Mr. P Chidambram Finance Minister and governor RBI to counter the financial attack caused by foreign based financial terrorists like Lehman Brothers ( not much different from Bin Laden , the renowned terrorist).

However It is astonishing that even after relentless efforts the problem of liquidity is not fully resolved (though RBI has been saying at the same time that banks have surplus fund and it is a fact too that banks are depositing their daily surplus with RBI despite low interest return).

It is to be understood why banks are hesitant to disburse credit to real estate sector or other SME or MSE sector inspite of easing liquidity.

It is to be assessed why businessmen are asking for bailout package when there is not much fall in sale an ...more
Answered by Danendra Jain, 09 Dec '08 09:53 am

 
  
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