In our country, civil servants have traditionally had it good and developments over the years are a testament to that fact. They enjoy the sort of job security that can only be dreamt of in the modern age, year on year increments in every budget, a mind-boggling array of allowances to milk the state for and protection through the newly formed employees union (political neutrality be damned) – to name just a few.
KATHMANDU, May 22: Preparations by the government's to pave the way for itself to make the secretary of any other services in the civil service the foreign secretary has drawn widespread criticism, including from the main opposition party, the Nepali Congress (NC).
NEW DELHI, April 10:The Indian government may have to make a series of major changes at the top of the nation’s civil service if Prime Minister Narendra Modi is re-elected to a second term in May, according to multiple sources in the administration.
KATHMANDU, Oct 3: Amid criticism from various quarters that donors were pouring money into 'unproductive' activities like advocacy, training and exposure visits, the government is currently negotiating a deal with 14 various donor agencies for Rs 23 billion in grants for the capacity development of civil servants at the local level, it is learnt.