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Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Indian Administrative Service

The Indian Administrative Service is one of the all-India services. Its officer is an officer of the All India Administrative Service. Direct recruitment to the Indian Administrative Service (and Indian Police Service) is done through the Civil Services Examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) and their allocation is made to the states by the Government of India. IAS officers hold strategic and important positions in the central government, state governments and public sector undertakings. Like other countries following the Westminster system of government, the IAS as a permanent bureaucracy in India is an inseparable part of the executive of the Government of India and therefore provides neutrality and continuity to the administration. Along with the Indian Police Service (IPS) and the Indian Forest Service (IFS / IFOS), the IAS is one of the three All India Services - its cadre employed by both the central government and individual states. Upon confirmation of service after probation as a Sub-Collector / Magistrate, an IAS officer is given an administrative order in the district as District Magistrate and Collector after a few years of service, and usually, in some states of service After serving for 14 years, an IAS officer heads an entire Mandal in the state as a Mandalayukta. At the highest level, IAS officers lead the entire Indian government departments and ministries. IAS officers represent the Government of India internationally in bilateral and multilateral negotiations. On deputation, he works in intergovernmental organizations such as the World Bank, International Monetary Fund, Asian Development Bank and the United Nations or its agencies. IAS officers at various levels of administration play an important role to conduct free and fair elections in India under the direction of the Election Commission of India. Service-related matters are implemented by the State Government Personnel Department as per the above rules. Guidelines regarding promotion, disciplinary proceedings etc. are prepared by the Government of India itself. A report/report is sent by the Personnel Department to the Government of India on these matters. After considering this the Government of India orders the State Government (Personnel Department) to take action on the matters. Thereafter, the action is taken by the Personnel Department by issuing orders from the Government of India. 
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