What is the work of an IAS officer?
Asked by Sandeep Kumar, 27 Jun '07 09:08 pm
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The (IAS) is one of the three All India Services of the Government of India; other two services being the Indian Police Service (IPS) and the Indian Forest Service (IFS). The IAS is the key administrative service of the Government, both in the Central Government as well as in the States. Owing to the system of allotment of permanent State cadres, this Service has lost some of its All India character. During the British period this bureaucratic structure was known as 'Steel frame' of India for its role in influencing and implementing government policies and decisions. However, now as a result of the growth in public representative institutions and democratic decentralization, both in policy-making, planning and actual implementation, the role of IAS is now restricted to policy execution and office bearing, although some feel that the IAS has re-invented itself as a "facilitator", in an economic scenario where the overall role of the State has rapidly diminished. Nevertheless, those deal ...moreAnswered by GOPI KUMAR, 27 Jun '07 09:19 pm
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They are assigned a variety of Jobs and ResponsibiltiesAnswered by Razia, 06 Aug '09 10:48 am
Whatever is assigned to them they do it with perfection ,it is supposed.Answered by Ravindra Yadav, 27 Jun '07 09:24 pm
No ideaAnswered by sridhar yadav, 27 Jun '07 09:09 pm