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Bureaucracy Today (BT) is proud to be a leader in governance readership and is a window for the corporate world as to what is happening in the government. The BT, an authoritative magazine has a circulation of 1.25 lakh and a readership of 6 lakh. BT readers are influential, affluent and politically powerful.
By virtue of its unrivalled capability in delivering influential readers comprehensively and reaching out to over 6.0 lakh affluent readers from policy makers to entrepreneurs to top bureaucrats, PSU technocrats, to FIIs, diplomats, economists, CEOs, to small businessmen, stock investors and more, the Bureaucracy Today is one of Indias most comprehensive and influential consumer platform. Notably, the Bureaucracy Today readers are responsible for more than 70% of the Indias GDP. Bureaucracy Today publishes highly valuable content in a unique format so that its reader may utilize and benefit from the distinctive and useful information related to India INC and the government.
Profiles and interviews of individual top corporate leaders, bureaucrats and PSU technocrats are presented in a manner that brings out and reveals the state of mind of the top industry leaders so that related stakeholder may benefit from such useful information published in Bureaucracy Today magazine.
Each section is valuable and unique- The sections like Bureaucracy Scan provide crisp information about the latest and impending transfers and movement of important bureaucrats, technocrats in India and the world. Sections like Executive Digest, PSU market watch, Corporate Watch, State Watch, District Watch and The Bank, provides functional and exclusive content to its readers.

increase import duty on stainless steel flat products: issda

bogged down by an unprecedented surge in imports in the last three years, especially from china, and to remain globally competitive, the indian stainless steel development association (issda) has recommended the government to increase the basic import duty on stainless steel flat products from 7.5% to 15% and to decrease the import duty on key raw materials like ferro nickel, pure nickel, ferro moly and stainless steel scrap to nil.

increase import duty on stainless steel flat products: issda

5 mins

abolishing excise duty on pesticides will be economical for farmers

demonetisation has had a 10-15% negative impact on the agricultural sector of india which is largely cash-driven. due to the shortage of new currency in the system, farmers have not been able to purchase agri-inputs on time and at the same time the demand for pesticides has also been impacted. as most farmers are not aware of new technologies, the government should strengthen the agriculture extension activities to impart training to farmers for the adoption of new technology to improve the yield and the acceptance of new transaction methods. 

abolishing excise duty on pesticides will be economical for farmers

3 mins

has bureaucracy failed modi?

the ambitious swachh bharat abhiyaan, which was officially launched on october 2, 2014 amid much fanfare with prime minister narendra modi himself cleaning the road with a broom at rajghat in new delhi, was seen as a harbinger of change which would influence the behaviour of millions of indians who are notoriously known for dumping their wastes in public places. for months, bureaucrats wielding the broom also continued to dominate the media space. however, over two years since the campaign was launched, the cleanliness zeal, it seems, has taken a backseat. a reality check done by bureaucracy today in shastri bhawan in lutyens’ delhi which houses major central ministries indicates that those in the corridors of power are not readying themselves to become part of a new, clean and swanky india.

has bureaucracy failed modi?

4 mins

Has Bureaucracy Failed Narendra Modi?

The ambitious Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan, which was officially launched on October 2, 2014 amid much fanfare with Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself cleaning the road with a broom at Rajghat in New Delhi, was seen as a harbinger of change which would influence the behaviour of millions of Indians who are notoriously known for dumping their wastes in public places. For months, bureaucrats wielding the broom also continued to dominate the media space. However, over two years since the campaign was launched, the cleanliness zeal, it seems, has taken a backseat. A reality check done by Bureaucracy Today in Shastri Bhawan in Lutyens’ Delhi which houses major Central Ministries indicates that those in the corridors of power are not readying themselves to become part of a new, clean and swanky India.

4 mins

can cag audits be more innovative and transformative?

audit, if used properly, can become an effective aid to administration. the thumb rule is that audit must essentially capture the other side of the coin of governance. a responsive, relevant and responsible audit can only complement, supplement, support and strengthen quality governance. right audit themes, analysis and outcome can help administrators conduct a swot analysis of their strengths and weaknesses, providing deeper insights on missing issues to evaluate and take a midcourse corrective and preventive action, and help the government refocus to derive the planned outcome from projects and schemes.  

can cag audits be more innovative and transformative?

4 mins

amritsar's emergence as a real estate hotspot

amritsar, famous for the golden temple, is the second largest city of punjab after ludhiana. it is also the most popular destination for non-resident indians in india. amritsar enjoys a strategic location with good connectivity to the prime cities of india. along with its excellent connectivity through road and rail transport, the city has an airport with a capacity of 150 commercial flights per week, both domestic and international. for the population of approximately 1.21 million in amritsar, a 31-kmlong brt corridor is nearing the completion stage to ease traffic congestion and improve public transportation in the city.

amritsar's emergence as a real estate hotspot

5 mins

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About Bureaucracy Today (BT) Magazine :
Bureaucracy Today (BT) is proud to be a leader in governance readership and is a ‘window for the corporate world’ as to what is happening in the government. The BT, an authoritative magazine has a circulation of 1.25 lakh and a readership of 6 lakh. BT readers are influential, affluent and politically powerful.

By virtue of its unrivalled capability in delivering influential readers comprehensively and reaching out to over 6.0 lakh affluent readers – from policy makers to entrepreneurs to top bureaucrats, PSU technocrats, to FIIs, diplomats, economists, CEOs, to small businessmen, stock investors and more, the Bureaucracy Today is one of India’s most comprehensive and influential consumer platform. Notably, the Bureaucracy Today readers are responsible for more than 70% of the India’s GDP. Bureaucracy Today publishes highly valuable content in a unique format so that its reader may utilize and benefit from the distinctive and useful information related to India INC and the government.

Profiles and interviews of individual top corporate leaders, bureaucrats and PSU technocrats are presented in a manner that brings out and reveals the state of mind of the top industry leaders so that related stakeholder may benefit from such useful information published in Bureaucracy Today magazine.
Each section is valuable and unique- The sections like Bureaucracy Scan provide crisp information about the latest and impending transfers and movement of important bureaucrats, technocrats in India and the world. Sections like Executive Digest, PSU market watch, Corporate Watch, State Watch, District Watch and The Bank, provides functional and exclusive content to its readers.

BT is a must read for senior corporate executives (CMDs, CEOs, COOs, Directors, Presidents and senior VPs), lobbyists, diplomats, students and more who are interested in the government affairs. Bureaucracy Today (BT) is a must read for senior corporate executives as it is a ‘window’ for the corporate world as to what is happening in the government.

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