Reforming India's Bureaucratic Corridor: NaMo Government's New Empanelment Process
The case is structured to achieve the following teaching objectives:
- Understand the Indian Civil Services System and its importance in the administrative machinery.
- Understand the background and reasons for the government to bring about major changes in the appraisal system of its officers.
- Critically analyze the changes brought about by the government in the appraisal process and its effectiveness in making the desired improvements in governance.
- Analyze the differences in the aspects to be considered by a government vis-à-vis a business enterprise in designing a performance appraisal system and the constraints it faces in doing so.
|CIVIL SERVICES IN INDIA: HISTORY AND CADRE STRUCTURE|
|EMPANELMENT OF GROUP ‘A’ OFFICERS: OLD METHOD|
|NEED FOR CHANGE|
|ADMINISTRATIVE REFORMS BY MODI GOVERNMENT|
|NEW METHOD FOR EMPANELMENT|
Indian Civil Services, Empanelment Process :Old Method, Faults in the process, Reforms by Modi Government, Revamping of the appraisal process, Roadblocks