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In this issue

COVER STORY: Among all the Modi men, there is one particular bureaucrat who, according to insiders, is the most influential and has the final say in all key postings in the Union Government. This fact has also been corroborated by the result of a poll survey recently conducted by the Bureaucracy Today website.

BUREAUCRACY SCAN: All you wanted to know about the appointments, transfers, repatriations and extensions of services of bureaucrats in the recent days.

POLICE WATCH: The Central Government is mulling a proposal under which IPS officers will have to specialise in a particular domain and undergo mandatory training before being promoted to a senior rank.

Preparing For A Cyber Attack

As disruptive innovations and new business models transform organizations and communities around the world, their sustainability is threatened by a plethora of cyber risks. We are already a witness to one of the largest cyber-attacks recently with “WannaCry” impacting the lives of many individuals and enterprises. Indeed, criminals and nation States are increasingly attacking the technology assets of individuals, organizations and Governments, stealing and selling valuable information, and in an alarming trend, paralyzing critical infrastructure. With Governments and enterprises increasingly leveraging the Internet for mission-critical cyber security continues to remain a top imperative across the world.

Preparing For A Cyber Attack

3 mins

Too Early To Look For Jobs

On completion of three years in office even as Team Modi is disseminating its achievements to the public at large, Opposition parties, mainly the Congress, have projected a counter-narrative. The most damning indictment relates to the generation of a few hundred thousand jobs as against the BJP’s promise of creating 10 million every year. This is based on Labour Bureau data on eight sectors. These cover the workforce of just about 30 million (besides, there are methodological flaws in the estimation) as against the total employment of 470 million, including that in agriculture and the informal sector. Therefore, any inference using these numbers could be misleading.

Too Early To Look For Jobs

4 mins

Govt Mulls Domain Expertise For IPS Promotion

Aiming at promoting excellence in the police forces, the Central Government is mulling a proposal under which IPS officers will have to specialise in a particular domain and undergo mandatory training before being promoted to a senior rank. A Bureaucracy Today report.

Govt Mulls Domain Expertise For IPS Promotion

2 mins

Making Small Changes, Generating Big Results

Over the years in India, the Japanese multinational automotive manufacturer, Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM), has gradually extended its corporate social responsibility efforts towards focusing on overall growth of society by emphasizing road safety, health and hygiene, education, environment and skill development. In an interaction with Bureaucracy Today, TKM India Vice President Naveen Soni talks about major CSR projects undertaken by his company under his leadership, the challenges faced by companies while executing CSR projects in India and his expectations from the Narendra Modi Government in terms of policies relating to CSR in India.

Making Small Changes, Generating Big Results

5 mins

Role Of Technology For Lawyers

The world has undergone immense technological changes in the last decade. It is, therefore, easy to appreciate the significance of Information Technology for the world of lawyers. The way people live and work no doubt affects the administration of justice in this changing world.

Role Of Technology For Lawyers

2 mins

Will Human Rights Activists Destroy The Rise Of ‘Digital India'?

While earlier Narendra Modi and his party, BJP, opposed the concept of Aadhaar, he took a major policy decision after he came to power at the Centre. It was a total U-turn after PM Modi’s single meeting with Nandan Nilekani, the man who conceptualised the UIDAI.

Will Human Rights Activists Destroy The Rise Of ‘Digital India'?

2 mins

Rich Indians Go EB-5 Visa Route To Realize ' American Dream'

With the Donald Trump regime in the United States making it more stringent to get the H1B and L1 Visas, wealthy Indians are shelling out millions of dollars for the “green card” through the sponsored Immigrant Visa Programme named EB-5.

Rich Indians Go EB-5 Visa Route To Realize ' American Dream'

2 mins

Judicial Reforms Key To India's Development

The Indian judiciary is clogged with pending cases, a poor infrastructure and unfilled staff vacancies at its various levels. The lower courts have a backlog of 20 million cases and higher courts also have a large pendency. As per an analysis, even if Judges dispose of 100 cases per hour without any break, it may take still 35 years to catch up. The general impression is that the, poor remain deprived of justice under the existing judicial process which is time consuming and expensive. The executive wing is also responsible for not properly executing Government plans and judicial decisions of the higher courts.

Judicial Reforms Key To India's Development

4 mins

Challenges For Children From Marginalised Indian Communities

Literacy is not only an end but also a means to other learnings along with social and economic empowerment. Early literacy (both reading and writing) development begins in the first years of life. The interactions that young children have with literacy material such as books and stories and with adults in their lives are the building blocks for language, reading and writing skills. This understanding of early literacy development complements the current research supporting the critical role of early experiences in shaping brain growth. In India, several largescale studies conducted have revealed that a significant percentage of the young children fail to develop the basic levels of reading achievement. The incidence of reading failure is even higher within poor families, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes and ethnic minority groups and this impacts negatively on their later literacy learning.

Challenges For Children From Marginalised Indian Communities

4 mins

Gorakhpur: A New Dawn Awaited

On my this May’s visit to Gorakhpur, an Eastern Uttar Pradesh city where I spent the first 23 years of my life, what welcomed me there amidst many things – usual and unusual –were memories that had been quiescent, with sporadic remissions, but this confrontation with the place – streets, shops, colleges, schools, the University, vendors, hospitals, libraries and above all individuals – brought a somewhat cumulatively animated revival and reminder of the past. A visit to the past makes one judge how far societies have moved; how matured, well-behaved they have become.

Gorakhpur: A New Dawn Awaited

2 mins

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LanguageEnglish

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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.

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