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1. Trend Analysis of GS4 Ethics Paper 2016
2. Themes in UPSC case studies
3. [Block#1] Basic, Thinkers, EQ
1. Ethics- Basic Theory
2. Emotional intelligence & Allied Topics
3. Thinkers and Reformers
4. [Block#2] Surroundings
1. Attitude
2. Family, Society
3. Social in uence
5. [Block#3] Job
1. Sarkaari Job Values
2. Work Culture @O

ce

3. Compassion for others while on job


6. [Block#4] Public organizations
1. Public Org- Theory
2. Public Org- Dilemma
3. Public org- Code of conduct / ethics
4. Public Org-Charter
5. Public Org-Corruption
6. Public Org-RTI
7. IR and Funding
7. [Block#5] Private organizations

Trend Analysis of GS4 Ethics Paper 2016

Just like Demonetization, the GS4 Syllabus is noble in its objective but hastily thought and illplanned. Too many topics, verbose, repeating. Hence di cult to do any trend analysis against
previous years, if we follow the syllabus sequence given by UPSC.
Therefore, Ive combined and bifurcated syllabus topics; and Im combining case study marks
within theory topics. The resultant classi cation is as following:

Category
Ethics
& Basics

Family
& Society

Job
& O ce

Sub Topic

2013

2014

2015

2016

Basic Theory

20

10

20

20

EQ

30

10

10

Thinkers

30

10

20

40

Family

30

35

30

Social In uence

10

Attitude

10

10

Neutrality

25

30

40

10

Work Culture

60

60

25

Public Org

Private Org

Compassion
Theory

25
10

0
20

20
0

20
10

Dilemma

40

20

20

Code of Conduct

10

Charter

Corruption

10

25

RTI

40

20

IR/Funding

10

Corporate

20

40

45

250

250

250

250

Total

This article contains topicwise questions sorted from


2013,14,15 and 16. if you only want 2016s paper in Linear
format (Hindi|English): Click ME
(http://www.media re.com/ le/xd8bjvccdc2l6jj/CSM16_GS4.pdf).

Observations about GSM4-2016 paper


Like previous year- theory worth 120 marks and case studies worth 130 marks = total 250 marks.
Like 2013, a ection for thinkers returns- four question x 10 marks. This time even Max Weber
asked so I suppose those who dumped Public Administration due to adverse scaling- Weber is
singing to them , !
Except John Rowl straight forward question, rest of the thinker questions were di cult because
that much death not covered about Kautilya or Weber or in most of the ethics books. And di cult
to recall all seven sins of Gandhi, verbatim.
Each year minimum one question on family society values vs. ideal values.
First time asked question on Social in uence / persuasion as a tool for Swatchh Bharat Mission.
Su cient maal available in Kurukshetra Magazine October 2016 issue.

Civil service foundation values: easy question this year- on impartiality because same youve to
prepare for GSM2 as well.
This time land aquisition policy asked- but topic is no longer in limelight since ordinance-raj of
2014-15. so here too, trend of asking topics which are 2-3 mains old.
First time asked direct question from 2nd ARC -on code of public services.
Nothing direct from citizen charter since inception.
This year NRI Saraswati wants to open free school plot directly lifted from Rajnikanth movie
Shivaji the boss.
Seems every angle worth asking about RTI has been asked. So wont see another question for
2016, 17.
Examiner has grown more concerned about ethics within private companies- two case studies
each year in 2015 and 2016.
Only once asked about ethical issues in international relation and funding. This topic is so vague
and small that not possible to routinely ask from here. Hence I say- ill-planned syllabus made
up in haste.

Themes in UPSC Mains GS4 case studies


1. There is a helpless weaker section (children, girl students, woman with no document, dalit cook)
and youve to intervene. In some of these cases, they may not be even eager to get helped.
2. In work culture at o

ce: sexual harassment, work deadline, Chalta hai mindset, hush-hush to

windup a le/tender/acquisition, pressure from above to reveal information, help a relative etc.
3. There is a friend with impractical idealism and he/she seeks your help about whether to join
civil services, whether to whistleblow on her river-polluting company?
4. Displacement seems to be recurring dilemma faced by public and private organizations each
year.
a. Sometimes examiner worried that landless poor have to migrate to urban areas.
b. Sometimes he wants rural youth to stay within backward rural areas.
c. Sometimes hes worried about in ux of migrants coming to backward area due to new
company!
5. Sometimes you get lucky and directly cutpaste points from GSM2 and GSM3 in case studies related
to disaster management, role of civil services and pressure groups.
PS: Ive written sarcastic real-world solutions below each case study. They should not be taken
seriously. In o cial exam, every e ort must be put to fake a Boy scout Raja Harishchandra answer.

Mains-2016: GS papers over, whats the big picture?

2013: In their enthusiasm, UPSC reformers prescribed truckload of topics the syllabus of GS1 to 4
and now fumbling to even come up with unique questions each year- so same old themes
repeated and recycled over and over again- be it jobless growth, dem.dividend in essays to urban
oods, landslides, Smart Cities vs PURA in GSM1 to GSM3 or the displacement dilemma case
study in GSM4.
And still their question-database so bankrupted that last minute whatever Google Im feeling
lucky term is turned into a question- be Macbride commission or Allelopathy.
End result? since too many syllabus topics vs. too little time to cover. So, rather than studying any
topic genuinely from standard reference books, everyone forced to rely on ready made bullet
point digests made by third party. So, UPSC itself is becoming an impediment against the broader
objectives of real learning and demographic dividend.
Anyways, lets check the topicwise papers since ethics was introduced in 2013.

[Block#1] Basic, Thinkers, EQ

Ethics- Basic Theory


GSM4 Syllabus Topic: Ethics and Human Interface (essence, determinants, consequences of ethics in
human actions); Dimensions of ethics; Ethics in public & private relationships
Explain how ethics contributes to social and human well-being.

2016

Law and ethics are considered to be the two tools for controlling human conduct so as to
make it conducive to civilized social existence. (a) Discuss how they achieve this objective. (b)
Giving examples, show how the two di er in their approaches.

2016

What is meant by environmental ethics? Why is it important to study? Discuss any one
environmental issue from the viewpoint of environmental ethics.

2015

Di erentiate between the following (200 words); a) Law and Ethics; b) Ethical management
and Management of ethics; c) Discrimination and Preferential treatment; d) Personal ethics
and Professional ethics

2015

Human beings should always be treated as ends in themselves and never as merely
`means. Explain the meaning and signi cance of this statement, giving its implications in
the modern techno-economic society.

2014

What do you understand by values and ethics? In what way is it important to be ethical
along with being professionally competent?

2013

Some people feel that values keep changing with time and situation, while others strongly
believe that there are certain universal and eternal human values. Give your perception in
this regard with due justi cation.

2013

Emotional intelligence & Allied Topics


GSM4 Syllabus Topic: Emotional Intelligence (concepts, utility & application in administration &
governance)
Anger is a harmful negative emotion. It is injurious to both personal life and work life. (a)
Discuss how it leads to negative emotions and undesirable behaviours. (b) How can it be
managed and controlled?

2016

All human beings aspire for happiness. Do you agree? What does happiness mean to you?
Explain with examples.

2014

What is emotional intelligence and how can it be developed in people? How does it help an
individual in taking ethical decisions?

2013

What do you understand by the term voice of conscience? How do you prepare yourself to
heed to the voice of conscience?

2013

What is meant by crisis of conscience? Narrate one incident in your life when you were
faced with such a crisis and how you resolved the same.

2013

Thinkers and Reformers

GSM4 Syllabus Topic: Contributions of Moral Thinkers & Philosophers from India and world; human
value lessons from great leaders, reformers & administrators
Discuss Mahatma Gandhis concept of seven sins.

2016

Analyse John Rawlss concept of social justice in the Indian context.

2016

Corruption causes misuse of government treasury, Administrative ine ciency and


obstruction in the path of national Development. Discuss Kautilyas views.

2016

Max Weber said that it is not wise to apply to public administration the sort of moral and
ethical norms we apply to matters of personal conscience. It is important to realise that the
State bureaucracy might possess its own independent bureaucratic morality. Critically
analyse this statement.

2016

The weak can never forgive; forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.

2015

We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men
are afraid of the light.

2015

Which eminent personality has inspired you the most in the context of ethical conduct in
life? Give the gist of his/her teachings giving speci c examples, describe how you have been
able to apply these teachings for your own ethical development.

2014

There is enough on this earth for every ones need but for no ones greed. Mahatma Gandhi.

2013

Nearly all men can withstand adversity, but if you want to test a mans character, give him
power.Abraham Lincoln

2013

I count him braver who overcomes his desires than him who overcomes his enemies.
Aristotle

2013

[Block#2] Surroundings

Attitude
GSM4 Syllabus Topic: Attitude (content, structure, function, in uence & relation with thought &
behaviour); Moral and Political Attitudes
In the context of defense services, patriotism demands readiness to even lay down ones
life in protecting the nation. According to you, what does patriotism imply in everyday civil
life? Explain with illustrations and justify your answer.

2014

It is often said that politics and ethics do not go together. What is your opinion in this
regard? Justify your answer with illustrations.

2013

Family, Society
GSM4 Syllabus Topic: Role of family, society, educational institutions in inculcating values;
Our attitudes towards life, work, other people and society are generally shaped
unconsciously by the family and social surroundings in which we grow up. Some of these
unconsciously acquired attitudes and values are often undesirable in the citizens of modern
democratic and egalitarian society. (a) Discuss such undesirable values prevalent in todays
educated Indians. (b) How can such undesirable attitudes be changed and socio-ethical
values be cultivated in the aspiring and serving civil servants?

2016

Social values are more important than economic values. Discuss the above statement with
examples in the context of inclusive growth of a nation.

2015

The current society is plagued with widespread trust-de cit. What are the consequences of
this situation for personal well-being and for societal well-being? What can you do at the
personal level to make yourself trustworthy?

2014

What factors a ect the formation of a persons attitude towards social problems? In our
society, contrasting attitudes are prevalent about many social problems. What contrasting
attitudes do you notice about the caste system in our society? How do you explain the
existence of these contrasting attitudes?

2014

We are witnessing increasing instances of sexual violence against women in the country.
Despite existing legal provisions against it, the number of such incidences is on the rise.
Suggest some innovative measures to tackle this menace.

2014

Society Attitude Case Study- Promoting Girl education while ensuring their safety
(2015)
You are recently posted as district development o cer of a district. Shortly thereafter you found that
there is considerable tension in the rural areas of your district on the issue of sending girls to schools.
The elders of the village feel that many problems have come up because girls are being educated and
they are stepping out of the safe environment of the household. They are of the view that the girls
should be quickly married o with minimum education. The girls are also competing for jobs after
education, which have traditionally remained in boys exclusive domain, adding to unemployment
amongst male population.
The younger generation feels that in the present era, girls should have equal opportunities for
education and employment, and other means of livelihood. The entire locality is divided between the
elders and the younger lot and further sub-divided between sexes in both generations. You come to
know that in Panchayat or in other local bodies or even in busy crossroads, the issue is being
acrimoniously debated.
One day you are informed that an unpleasant incident has taken place. Some girls were molested,
when they were en route to schools. The incident led to clashes between several groups and a law and
order problem has arisen. The elders after heated discussion have taken a joint decision not to allow
girls to go to school and to socially boycott all such families, which do not follow their dictate.
1. What steps would you take to ensure girls safety without disrupting their education?
2. How would you manage and mould matriarchic attitude of the village elders to ensure harmony in
the inter-generational relations? (250 words) (25 Marks)

Answer: DDO neednot become Teleugu action star to beat the baddies himself. Nor he should
encourage any vigilante groups. He should simply request SP to handle the rowdy elements and eveteasers. if SP taking it casually then complaint to collector. Simultenously, take elders in con dence to
send girls to school using variety of IEC tools.
Family matter Case Study: Wife-beater Boss: To do something or not? (2016)
You are a young, aspiring and sincere employee in a Government o ce working as an assistant, to the
director of your deportment. Since youve joined recently, you need to
learn and progress. Luckily your superior is very kind and ready to train you for your job. He is a very
intelligent and well-informed person having knowledge of various departments. In short, you respect
your book and are looking forward to learn a lot from him.
Since youve good tuning with the boss, he started depending on you. One day due to ill health he
invited you at his place for nishing some urgent work. You reached his house and you heard shouting
noises before you could ring the bell. You waited for a while. After entering, boss greeted you and
explained the work. But you were constantly disturbed by the crying of a woman. At last, you inquired
with the boss but his answer did not satisfy you. Next day, you were compelled to inquire further in
the o ce and found out that his behavior is very had at home with his wife. He also heath up his wife.
His wife is not well educated and is a simple woman in comparison to her husband. You see that
though your boss is a nice person in the o ce, he is engaged in domestic violence at home. In such a
situation, you are left with the following options. Analyse each option with its consequences.
a. Just ignore thinking about it because it is their personal matter.
b. Report the case to the appropriate authority.
c. Your own innovative approach towards the situation. (250 words)
Answer:
1. If personally signed and stamped complain is made- and boss punished then next boss will
de nitely ostracize you lest you pull same stunt on whatever social ills hes involved in (bribe,
liquor, drugs, gambling or debauchery).
2. Therefore, Make anonymous call to 181 Abhayam helpline. Their Councillors will approach the
victim of domestic violence. If nothing happens after that then Option A- Ignore.
3. Besides, we dont know if youre the sole bread-winner of the family like that fresh Engineering girl
in chemical industry walli case study (2016); and even in Government o ce, fresh Class-3
employee (esp. ) is not IAS to get protection from persecution by o cer-lobby.

4. Innovative approach like pravachan (lecture) or stunt (black-ribbon by entire o ce-sta etc.)
unlikely to work because this is not Tarak Mehta ka Ulta Chashma TV serial, so Boss unlikely to
have - (Change of heart) on the issue of Domestic Violence.

Social in uence
GSM4 Syllabus Topic: Social In uence and Persuasion
How could social in uence and persuasion contribute to the success of Swatchh Bharat
Abhiyan?

2016

[Block#3] Job

Sarkaari Job Values


GSM4 Syllabus Topic: Civil Service aptitude & foundational values (integrity, impartiality, nonpartisanship, objectivity, dedication to public service,
Why should impartiality and non-partisanship be considered as foundational values in
public services, especially in the present day socio-political context? Illustrate your answer
with examples.

2016

Public servants are likely to confront with the issues of Con ict of Interest. What do you
understand by the term Con ict of Interest and how does it manifest in the decision
making by public servants? If faced with the con ict of interest situation, how would you
resolve it? Explain with the help of examples.

2015

How do the virtues of trustworthiness and fortitude get manifested in public service?
Explain with examples.

2015

A mere compliance with law is not enough, the public servant also has to have a welldeveloped sensibility to ethical issues for e ective discharge of duties. Do you agree?
Explain with the help of two examples, where (i) an act is ethically right, but not legally and
(ii) an act is legally right, but not ethically.

2015

Two di erent kinds of attitudes exhibited by public servants towards their work have been
identi ed as the bureaucratic attitude and the democratic attitude. A) Distinguish between
these two terms and write their merits and demerits. B) Is it possible to balance the two to
create a better administration for the faster development of our country?

2015

What does accountability mean in the context of public service? What measures can be
adopted to ensure individual and collective accountability of public servants?

2014

Integrity without knowledge is weak and useless, but knowledge without integrity is
dangerous and dreadful. What do you understand by this statement? Explain your stand
with illustrations from the modern context.

2014

There is a heavy ethical responsibility on the public servants because they occupy positions
of power, handle huge amounts of public funds, and their decisions have wide-ranging
impact on society and environment. What steps have you taken to improve your ethical
competence to handle such responsibility?

2014

What do you understand by the following terms in the context of public service? (5 terms x 3
marks each: a) Integrity b) Perseverance c) Spirit of service d) Commitment e) Courage of
conviction f) Personal opinion

2013

Indicate two more attributes which you consider important for public service. Justify your
answer. (10 marks |100 words)

2013

Work Culture @O

ce

GSM4 Syllabus Topic: Work Culture


From this topic, case studies are formed instead of theoretical question. These case studies are usually
related to sexual harassment, work deadline, Chalta hai mindset, pressure from above etc.
Case Study- Engineer: Bogus

yover vs deadline (2013)

10. You are working as an Executive Engineer in the construction cell of a Municipal Corporation and
are presently in-charge of the construction of a yover. There are two Junior Engineers under you who
have the responsibility of day-to-day inspection of the site and are reporting to you, while you are
nally reporting to the Chief Engineer who heads the cell. While the construction is heading towards
completion, the Junior Engineers have been regularly reporting that all construction is taking place as
per design speci cations. However, in one of your surprise inspections, you have noticed some serious
deviations and lacunae which, in your opinion, are likely to a ect the safety of the yover. Recti cation
of these lacunae at this stage would require a substantial amount of demolition and rework which will
cause a tangible loss to the contractor and will also delay completion. There is a lot of public pressure
on the Corporation to get this construction completed because of heavy tra c congestion in the area.
When you brought this matter to the notice of the Chief Engineer, he advised you that in his opinion it
is not a very serious lapse and may be ignored. He advised for further expediting the project for
completion in time. However, you are convinced that this was a serious matter which might a ect
public safety and should not be left unaddressed.
What will you do in such a situation? Some of the options are given below. Evaluate the merits and
demerits of each of these options and nally suggest what course of action you would like to take,
giving reasons. (20 marks |250 words)
i. Follow the advice of the Chief Engineer and go ahead.
ii. Make an exhaustive report of the situation bringing out all facts and analysis along with your own
viewpoints stated clearly and seek for written orders from the chief Engineer.
iii. Call for explanation from the Junior Engineers and issue orders to the contractor for necessary
correction within targeted time.
iv. Highlight the issue so that it reaches superiors above the Chief Engineer.
v. Considering the rigid attitude of the Chief Engineer, seek transfer from the project or report sick.
Answer: do whatever boss says. And if your principles dont permit then seek transfer like Manthan
Movie ka dairy o cer. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manthan)
Case Study: Favoritism in Job recruitment (2013)
You are heading a leading technical institute of the country. The institute is planning to convene an
interview panel shortly under your chairmanship for selection of the post of professors. A few days
before the interview, you get a call from the Personal Secretary (PS) of a senior government
functionary seeking your intervention in favour of the selection of a close relative of the functionary

for this post. The PS also informs you that he is aware of the long pending and urgent proposals of
your institute for grant of funds for modernization, which are awaiting the functionarys approval. He
assures you that he would get these proposals cleared. (20 marks | 250 words)
i. What are the options available to you?
ii. Evaluate each of these options and choose the option which you would adopt, giving reasons.
Answer: Whether good professor or bad professor, students dont attend lectures these days. So
doesnt matter- select the relative of PS, then at least you get funds to buy new AC or high-powered
gaming PC in your cabin.
Case Study: Sexual Harassment (2013)
You are the Executive Director of an upcoming InfoTech Company which is making a name for itself in
the market.
Mr. A, who is a star performer, is heading the marketing team. In a short period of one year, he has
helped in doubling the revenues as well as creating a high brand equity for the Company so much so
that you are thinking of promoting him. However, you have been receiving information from many
corners about his attitude towards the female colleagues; particularly his habit of making loose
comments on women. In addition, he regularly sends indecent SMSs to all the team members
including his female colleagues.
One day, late in the evening, Mrs. X, who is one of Mr. As team members, comes to you visibly
disturbed. She complains against the continued misconduct of Mr. A, who has been making
undesirable advances towards her and has even tried to touch her inappropriately in his cabin. She
tenders her resignation and leaves your o ce. (20 marks | 250 words)
I. What are the options available to you?
II. Evaluate each of these options and choose the option you would adopt, giving reasons.
Answer: Put the resignation on hold. Inform top boss about the Prem Chopra of Marketing Team.
Convene meeting of anti-sexual harassment Committee. Also give chance to Prem Chopra to explain
himself.
Case: Bogus rape complaint (2014)
You are a no-nonsense, honest o cer. You have been transferred to a remote district to head a
department that is notorious for its ine ciency and callousness. You nd that the main cause of the
poor state of a airs is the indiscipline of a section of employees. They do not work themselves and

also disrupt the working of others. You rst warned the troublemakers to mend their ways or else face
disciplinary action. When the warning had little e ect, you issued a show cause notice to the
ringleaders. As a retaliatory measure, these troublemakers instigated a woman employee amongst
them to le a complaint of sexual harassment against you with the Womens Commission. The
Commission promptly seeks your explanation. The matter is also publicized in the media to embarrass
you further. Some of the options to handle this situation could be as follows :
1. Give your explanation to the Commission and go soft on the disciplinary action.
2. Ignore the Commission and proceed rmly with the disciplinary action.
3. Brief your higher-ups, seek directions from them and act accordingly.
Suggest any other possible option(s). Evaluate all of them and suggest the best course of action, giving
your reasons for it.
Answer: Plot lifted from Shyam Benegal movie Manthan (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manthan).
Solution from the movie:- seek transfer to another place.
Case-Study: Ethics not essential (2014)
Suppose one of your close friends, who is also aspiring for civil services, comes to you for
discussing some of the issues related to ethical conduct in public service. He raises the
following points :
1. In the present times, when unethical environment is quite prevalent, individual attempts to stick to
ethical principles may cause a lot of problems in ones career. It may also cause hardship to the
family members as well as risk to ones life. Why should we not be pragmatic and follow the path
of least resistance, and be happy with doing whatever good we can?
2. When so many people are adopting wrong means and are grossly harming the system, what
di erence would it make if only a small minority tries to be ethical? They are going to be rather
ine ective and are bound to get frustrated.
3. If we become fussy about ethical considerations, will it not hamper the economic progress of our
country? After all, in the present age of high competition, we cannot a ord to be left behind in the
race of development.
4. It is understandable that we should not get involved in grossly unethical practices, but giving and
accepting small grati cations and doing small favours increases everybodys motivation. It also
makes the system more e cient. What is wrong in adopting such practices?

Critically analyze the above viewpoints. On the basis of this analysis, what will be your advice
to your friend? 250 words.
Answer: tell friend Betaa, selection in UPSC has nothing to do with how honest you are or want to be.
First you clear exam then come with this question!
Case Study: disillusioned UPSC topper (2014)
Rameshwar successfully cleared the prestigious civil services examination and was excited about the
opportunity that he would get through the civil services to serve the country. However, soon after
joining the services, he realized that things are not as rosy as he had imagined.
He found a number of malpractices prevailing in the department assigned to him. For example, funds
under various schemes and grants were being misappropriated. The o cial facilities were frequently
being used for personal needs by the o cers and sta . After some time, he noticed that the process
of recruiting the sta was also not up to the mark. Prospective candidates were required to write an
examination in which a lot of cheating was going on. Some candidates were provided external help in
the examination. Rameshwar brought these incidents to the notice of his seniors. However, he was
advised to keep his eyes, ears and mouth shut and ignore all these things which were taking place
with the connivance of the higher-ups. Rameshwar felt highly disillusioned and uncomfortable. He
comes to you seeking your advice.
Indicate various options that you think are available in this situation. How would you help him to
evaluate these options and choose the most appropriate path to be adopted? 250 words.
Answer:
Governance doesnt require honest o

cers. It needs EFFECTIVE O

cers. Rameshwar type

impractical idealists only create trouble for themselves, their family, colleagues and organizations.
Rameshwar should seek transfer like Manthan ka dairy o cer
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manthan). If in the next posting, he is facing same disillusionment, then
he should resign and start a pan ki dukaan because any job or business bigger than that-hell face
same dilemmas and disillusionment.
Case Study: Dubious plot acquired for school (2015)
You are heading a district administration in a particular department. Your senior o cer calls you from
the State Headquarters and tells you that a plot in Rampur village is to have a building constructed on
it for a school. A visit is scheduled during which he will visit the site along with the chief engineer and
the senior architect. He wants you to check out all the papers relating to it and to ensure that the visit
is properly arranged. You examine the le which relates to the period before you joined the

department. The land was acquired from the local Panchayat at a nominal cost and the papers show
that clearance certi cates are available from the two of the three authorities who have to certify the
sites suitability. There is no certi cation by the architect available on le. You decide to visit Rampur to
ensure that all is in order as stated on le. When you visit Rampur, you nd that the plot under
reference is part of Thakurgarh Fort and that the walls, ramparts, etc., are running across it. The fort is
well away from the main village, therefore a school here will be a serious inconvenience for the
children. However, the area near the village has potential to expand into a larger residential area. The
development charges on the existing plot, at the fort, will be very high and the question of heritage
site has not been addressed. Moreover, the Sarpanch, at the time of acquisition of the land, was a
relative of your predecessor. The whole transaction appears to have been done with some vested
interest.
1. List the likely vested interests of the concerned parties.
2. Some of the options for action available to you are listed below. Discuss the merits and demerits of
each of the options :
a. You can await the visit of the superior o cer and let him take a decision.
b. You can seek his advice in writing or on phone.
c. You can consult your predecessor/colleagues, etc., and then decide what to do.
d. You can nd out if any alternate plot can be got in exchange and then send a comprehensive
written report.
Can you suggest any other option with proper justi cation? (250 words) 25
Answer: pass the buck to superior o cer. Thats the safest and most practical real answer to any
work-culture problem!

Compassion for others while on job


GSM4 Syllabus Topic: empathy, tolerance & compassion towards weaker sections
From this topic, case studies are formed e.g. old lady needing social welfare, child labourers etc.
Compassion Case Study: Child Labourers in Sivakasi (2013)
Sivakasi in Tamil Nadu is known for its manufacturing clusters on recrackers and matches. The local
economy of the area is largely dependent on recrackers industry. It has led to tangible economic
development and improved standard of living in the area.
So far as child labour norms for hazardous industries like recrackers industry are concerned,
International Labour Organization (ILO) has set the minimum age as 18 years. In India, however, this

age is 14 years.
The units in industrial clusters of recrackers can be classi ed into registered and non-registered
entities. One typical unit is household-based work. Though the law is clear on the use of child labour
employment norms in registered/non-registered units, it does not include household-based works.
Household-based work means children working under the supervision of their parents/relatives. To
evade child labour norms, several units project themselves as household-based works but employ
children from outside. Needless to say that employing children saves the costs for these units leading
to higher pro ts to the owners.
On your visit to one of the units at Sivakasi, the owner takes you around the unit which has about 1015 children below 14 years of age. The owner tells you that in his household-based unit, the children
are all his relatives. You notice that several children smirk, when the owner tells you this. On deeper
enquiry, you gure out that neither the owner nor the children are able to satisfactorily establish their
relationship with each other.
i. Bring out and discuss the ethical issues involved in the above case.
ii. What would be your reaction after your above visit?
Answer: Do nothing because even if you rescue them theyll get back to where they were. And if your
heart is so disturbed then seek transfer like Manthan Movie kaa dairy o cer.
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manthan)
Compassion Case Study- Dalit Cook in Mid-day Meal (2015)
You are the Sarpanch of a Panchayat. There is a primary school run by the government in your area.
Midday meals are provided to the children attending the school. The Headmaster has now appointed
a new cook in the school to prepare the meals. However, when it is found that the cook is from Dalit
community, almost half of the children belonging to higher castes are not allowed to take meals by
their parents. Consequently the attendance in the school falls sharply. This could result in the
possibility of discontinuation of midday meal scheme, thereafter of teaching sta and subsequent
closing down the school.
1. Discuss some feasible strategies to overcome the con ict and to create right ambience.
2. What should be the responsibilities of di erent social segments and agencies to create positive
social ambience for accepting such changes?
Answer: have to take their caste leader / elders in con dence.
Compassion Case Study: Poor woman without documentary proof? (2016)

Compassion Case Study: Poor woman without documentary proof? (2016)


Suppose you are an o cer in-charge of implementing a social service scheme to provide support to
old and destitute women. An old and illiterate woman comes to you to avail the bene ts of the
scheme. However, she has no documents to show that she ful ls the eligibility criteria. But after
meeting her and listening to her you feel that she certainly needs support. Your enquiries also show
that she is really destitute and living in a pitiable condition. You are in a dilemma as to what to do.
Putting her under the scheme without are documents would clearly be violation of rules. But denying
her the support would be cruel and inhuman.
A. Can you think of a rational way to resolve this dilemma?
B. Give your reasons for it. (250 words)
Answer: Approach tehsildar to get her required documents and then give her scheme bene t! Its
one-line solution, why does examiner want 250 words out of it!
And If you dont have that much goodwill-network with local tehsildar than you ought to be an
impractical idealist like UPSC Topper Rameshwar (seek transfer or resign and open Pan-ki-Dukan
an in that case!).
Must not give scheme bene t without documentary proof, lest any ill-wisher le RTI against you!
Then youll face same dilemma as the rst RTI case study asked in 2013- to hide or not!.

[Block#4] Public organizations

Public Org- Theory

GSM4 Syllabus Topic: Public service values & Ethics in Public Administration; Strengthening of ethical
& moral values in governance; Accountability & ethical governance; Philosophical basis of governance
and probity
What do you understand by the terms governance, good governance and ethical
governance?

2016

What do you understand by probity in public life? What are the di culties in practicing it in
the present times? How can these di culties be overcome?

2014

What does ethics seek to promote in human life? Why is it all the more important in public
administration?

2014

The good of an individual is contained in the good of all. What do you understand by this
statement? How can this principle be implemented in public life?

2013

Public Org- Dilemma


GSM4 Syllabus Topic: problems, dilemmas in Public Administration and public service.
From this topic, mainly case studies are formed- related to land acquisition; environmental
conservation vs. economic development etc.
Case-Study: Environment degradation (2014)
Now-a-days, there is an increasing thrust on economic development all around the globe. At the same
time, there is also an increasing concern about environmental degradation caused by development.
Many a time, we face a direct con ict between developmental activity and environmental quality. It is
neither feasible to stop or curtail the development process, nor it is advisable to keep degrading the
environment, as it threatens our very survival.
Discuss some feasible strategies which could be adopted to eliminate this con ict and which could
lead to sustainable development. 250 words
Answer: Not possible to end con ict. If India has that much hushiyaari to develop without
conventional mining and energy sources, then international forums CBDR .
Case Study: Why villagers migrate? (2014)
In our country, the migration of rural people to towns and cities is increasing drastically. This is
causing serious problems both in the rural as well as in the urban areas. In fact, things are becoming
really unmanageable. Can you analyze this problem in detail and indicate not only the socio-economic
but also the emotional and attitudinal factors responsible for this problem? Also, distinctly bring out
why

1. Educated rural youth are trying to shift to urban areas;


2. Landless poor people are migrating to urban slums;
3. Even some farmers are selling o their land and trying to settle in urban areas taking up petty jobs.
What feasible steps can you suggest which will be e ective in controlling this serious problem of our
country?
Answer: Cutpaste Rurban mission and skill India from GSM3
Case Study- Disaster management (2015)
There is a disaster-prone State having frequent landslides, forest res, cloudbursts, ash oods and
earthquakes, etc. Some of these are seasonal and often unpredictable. The magnitude of the disaster
is always unanticipated. During one of the seasons, a cloudburst caused devastating oods and
landslides leading to high casualties. There was major damage to infrastructure like roads, bridges and
power generating units. This led to more than 100000 pilgrims, tourists and other locals trapped
across di erent routes and locations. The people trapped in your area of responsibility included
senior citizens, patients in hospitals, women and children, hikers, tourists, ruling partys regional
president along with his family, additional jail. As secretary State and prisoners in jail.
As a civil services o cer of the State, what would be the order in which you would rescue these people
and why? Give justi cations.
Answer: Cutpaste disaster management points from GSM3.
Case Study: Draft better Land-acquisition policy (2016)
Land needed for mining, dams and other large-scale projects is acquired mostly from Adivasis, hill
dwellers and rural communities. The displaced persons are paid monetary compensation as per the
legal provisions. However, the payment is often tardy. In any case, it cannot sustain the displaced
families for long. These people do not possess marketable skills to engage in some other occupation.
They end up as low paid migrant labourers. Moreover, their living is destroyed. Thus, the bene ts of
traditional ways of community development go to industries, industrialists and urban communities
whereas the costs are passed on to these poor helpless people. This unjust distribution of costs and
bene ts is unethical. Suppose you have been entrusted with the task of drafting a better
compensation-cum-rehabilitation policy for such displaced persons, how would you approach the
problem and what would be the main elements of your suggested policy? (250 words)
Answer: Cutpaste previous ordinance on land acquisition. (http://mrunal.org/2015/01/polity-landordinance-features-criticism-land-acquisition.html)

Public org- Code of conduct / ethics

GSM4 Syllabus Topic: Codes of Ethics; Codes of Conduct; Laws, rules, regulations, conscience as
sources of ethical Guidance.
Discuss the Public Services Code as recommended by the 2nd Administrative Reforms
Commission.

2016

Public Org-Charter
GSM4 Syllabus Topic: Citizens Charters; Quality of Service Delivery; Probity in Governance, concept of
public service;
Nothing directly asked so far.

Public Org-Corruption
GSM4 Syllabus Topic: Challenges of Corruption; Utilization of public funds
It is often said that poverty leads to corruption. However, there is no dearth of instances
where a uent and powerful people indulge in corruption in a big way. What are the basic
causes of corruption among people? Support your answer with examples.

2014

Case Study: Shivaji-the Boss: Movie plot (2016)


Saraswati was a successful IT professional in USA. Moved by the patriotic sense of doing something for
the country she returned to India. Together with some other like-minded friends, she formed an NGO
to build a school for a poor rural community.
The objective of the school was to provide the best quality modern education at a nominal cost. She
soon discovered that she has to seek permission from a number of Governments agencies. The rules
and procedures were quite confusing and cumbersome. What frustrated her most was the delays,
callous attitude of o cials and constant demand of bribes. Her experience and the experience of
many others like her has deterred people from taking up social service projects.
A measure of Government control over voluntary social work is necessary. But it should not be
exercised in a coercive or corrupt manner. What measures can you suggest to ensure that due control
is exercised but well meaning, honest NGO e orts are not thwarted? (25 marks)
Answer: Plot directly lifted from the movie Shivaji-the Boss (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sivaji_( lm)).
Therefore, answer is unless youre Rajnikanth, dont ght just surrender. Any attempt to reform this
will enrage owners of self- nanced college/school and theyll not nance next election of ruling party.
so, no sane minded politician is going to agree for reform here.
Saraswati is to be blamed for watching SRKs Swadesh instead of watching Shivaji: the Boss.

Public Org-RTI
GSM4 Syllabus Topic: Information (sharing & transparency in government); RTI;
Some recent developments such as introduction of RTI Act, media and judicial activism, etc.,
are proving helpful in bringing about greater transparency and accountability in the
functioning of the government. However, it is also being observed that at times the
mechanisms are misused. Another negative e ect is that the o cers are now afraid to take
prompt decisions. Analyze this situation in detail and suggest how this dichotomy can be
resolved. Suggest how these negative impacts can be minimized.

2015

Today we nd that in spite of various measures like prescribing codes of conduct, setting up
vigilance cells/commissions, RTI, active media and strengthening of legal mechanisms,
corrupt practices are not coming under control. A) Evaluate the e ectiveness of these
measures with justi cations. B) Suggest more e ective strategies to tackle this menace.

2015

Case Study- RTI: To hide or not to hide (2013)


In the following questions, carefully study the cases presented and then answer the questions that
follow:
Q9. A Public Information O cer has received an application under RTI Act. Having gathered the
information, the PIO discovers that the information pertains to some of the decisions taken by him,
which were found to be not altogether right. There were other employees also who party to these
decisions were. Disclosure of the information is likely to lead to disciplinary action with possibility of
punishment against him as well as some of his colleagues. Non-disclosure or part disclosure or
camou aged disclosure of information will result into lesser punishment or no punishment.
The PIO is otherwise an honest and conscientious person but this particular decision, on which the RTI
application has been led, turned out to be wrong. He comes to you for advice.
The following are some suggested options. Please evaluate the merits and demerits of each of the
options:
1. The PIO could refer the matter to his superior o cer and seek his advice and act strictly in
accordance with the advice, even though he is not completely in agreement with the advice of the
superior.
2. The PIO could proceed on leave and leave the matter to be dealt by his successor in o ce or
request for transfer of the application to another PIO.
3. The PIO could weigh the consequences of disclosing the information truthfully, including the e ect
on his career, and reply in a manner that would not place him or his career in jeopardy, but at the
same time a little compromise can be made on the contents of the information.

4. The PIO could consult his other colleagues who are party to the decision and take action as per
their advice.
Also please indicate (without necessarily restricting to the above options) what you would like to
advise, giving proper reasons. (20 marks| 250 words)
Answer: do same as UPSC PIO i.e. dont reveal, hide behind section 8/1/d. FAA will always take your
side. Petitioner will then approach CIC, even if CIC passes adverse remark then PIO should approach
HC. Ultimately petitioner will leave the matter because he wont have deep pockets to a ord lawyer.
Case Study- 5: Leaking information (2013)
Q13.As a senior o cer in the Finance Ministry, you have access to some con dential and crucial
information about policy decisions that the Government is about to announce. These decisions are
likely to have far-reaching impact on the housing and construction industry. If the builders have access
to this information beforehand, they can make huge pro ts. One of the builders has done a lot of
quality work for the Government and is known to be close to your immediate superior, who asks you
to disclose this information to the said builder. (20 marks| 250 words)
i. What are the options available to you?
ii. Evaluate each of these options and choose the option which you would adopt, giving reasons.
Answer: dont reveal without taking bribe. Because immediate superior has asked- so even if you say
no to builder, the o cer can demand to see le by himself and then personally he can pass on the
information to builder! So there is no way you can prevent the inevitable outcome i.e. information will
be leaked. And if youre an impractical idealist like UPSC topper Rameshwar from another case studythen seek transfer or resign.

IR and Funding
GSM4 Syllabus Topic: Ethical issues in international relations and funding
At the international level, the bilateral relations between most nations are governed on the
policy of promoting ones own national interest without any regard for the interest of other
nations. This leads to con icts and tensions between the nations. How can ethical
consideration help resolve such tensions? Discuss with speci c examples.

[Block#5] Private organizations

2015

GSM4 Syllabus Topic: Corporate Governance; Ethical concerns and dilemmas in government &
private institutions
Case studies have been asked from this topic, rather than direct questions. Theme is usually bribing,
displacement, environmental degradation.
Case: give bribe or end career (2014)
Suppose you are the CEO of a company that manufactures specialized electronic equipment used by a
government department. You have submitted your bid for the supply of this equipment to the
department. Both the quality and cost of your o er are better than those of the competitors. Yet the
concerned o cer is demanding a hefty bribe for approving the tender. Getting the order is important
both for you and for your company. Not getting the order would mean closing a production line. It
may also a ect your own career. However, as a value-conscious person, you do not want to give bribe.
Valid arguments can be advanced both for giving the bribe and getting the order, and for refusing to
pay the bribe and risking the loss of the order. What those arguments could be? Could there be any
better way to get out of this dilemma? If so outline the main elements of this third way, pointing out its
merits. 250 words.
Answer: Give bribe. Because if you complaint to higher o cer, hell demand bigger bribe! Cant
approach ACB because delay in tender passing will a ect revenue ow.
Case Study- Trade union issue (2015)

A private company is known for its e ciency, transparency and employee welfare. The company
though owned by a private individual has a cooperative character where employees feel a sense of
ownership. The company employs nearly 700 personnel and they have voluntarily decided not to form
a union.
One day suddenly in the morning, about 40 men belonging to a political party gatecrashed into the
factory demanding jobs in the factory. They threatened the management and employees, and also
used foul language. The employees feel demoralized. It was clear that those people who gate-crashed
wanted to be on the payroll of the company as well as continue as the volunteers/members of the
party. The company maintains high standards in integrity and does not extend favours to civil
administration that also includes law enforcement agency. Such incidents occur in public sector also.
1. Assume you are the CEO of the company. What would you do to di use the volatile situation on
the date of gate-crashing with the violent mob sitting inside the company premises?
2. What could be the long-term solution to the issue discussed in the case?
3. Every solution/action that you suggest will have a positive and a negative impact on you (as CEO),
the employees and the performance of the employees. Analyze the consequences of each of your
suggested actions. (250 words)
Answer: Either Give bribe to parent political party of the trade union OR give bribe to police to do
dandaa-baazi.
You can also send Best friend Rajesh Khanna as your undercover agent among trade trade union- as
in the movie Namak Haram (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Namak_Haraam) provided that your friend
is not an impractical idealist like that UPSC topper Rameshwar in previous case study.
Case Study- To do Drug Research on non-pro table disease or not? (2015)
One of the scientists working in the R & D laboratory of a major pharmaceutical company discovers
that one of the companys best selling veterinary drugs, B has the potential to cure a currently
incurable liver disease that is prevalent in tribal areas. However, developing a variant of the drug
suitable for human beings entailed a lot of research and development having a huge expenditure to
the extent of 50 crores rupees. It was unlikely that the company would recover the costs as the
disease was rampant only in poverty-stricken area having very little market otherwise.
If you were the CEO, then
(a) Identify the various actions that you could take;
(b) Evaluate the pros and cons of each of your actions.
Answer: Give rights to CSIR or ICMR- let them pursue non-pro table research.

Case Study: To Whistle-blow against Polluting industry or not? (2016)


A fresh engineering graduate gets a job in a prestigious chemical industry. She likes the work. The
salary is also good. However, after a few months accidentally discovers that a highly toxic waste is
being secretly discharged into a river nearby. This is causing health problems to the villagers
downstream who depend on the river for their water needs. She is perturbed and mentions her
concern to her colleagues who have been with the company for longer periods. They advise her to
keep quite as anyone who mentions the topic is summarily dismissed. She cannot risk losing her job
as she is the sole bread-winner for her family and has to support her ailing parents and siblings.
At rst, she thinks that if her seniors are keeping quiet, why should she stick out her neck. But her
conscience pricks her to do something to save the river and the people who depend upon it. At heart
she feels that the advice of silence given by her friends is not correct though she cannot give reasons
for it. She thinks you are a wise person and seeks your advice.
A. What arguments can you advance to show her that keeping quiet is not morally right?
B. What course of action would you advise her to adopt and why?
Answer: she should keep quite. Private company engineers are not protected under Article 311, unlike
IAS. And given the mushrooming of self- nanced engineering college, if she kicked out of here, may
not get another job elsewhere because too much competition. Then shell have either become
A. NGO (and face problems like USA-return Saraswati in another case study) or
B. appear in UPSC exam (and passing that is even bigger headache than original problem! And if she
clear- she may still face disillusionment like that UPSC topper Rameshwaran from another case
study!).
Case Study: New Project hurting lifestyle of locals? (2016)
ABC Ltd. is a large transnational company having diversi ed business activities with a huge
shareholder base. The company is continuously expanding and generating employment. The
company, in its expansion and diversi cation programme, decides to establish a new plant at
Vikaspuri, an area which is underdeveloped. The new plant is designed to use energy e cient
technology that will help the company to save production cost by 20%. The companys decision goes
well with the Government policy of attracting investment to develop such underdeveloped regions.
The Government has also announced tax holiday for ve years for the companies that invest in
underdeveloped areas. However, the new plant may bring chaos for the inhabitants of Vikaspuri
region which is otherwise tranquil. The new plant may result in increased cost of living, aliens
migrating to the region, disturbing the social and economic order. The company sensing the possible

protest tried to educate the people of Vikaspuri region and public in general that how its Corporate
Social Responsibility (CSR) policy would help overcome the likely di culties of the residents of
Vikaspuri region. In spite of this the protests begin and some of the residents decided to approach the
judiciary as their plea before the Government did not yield any result. (25 marks)
(a) Identify the issues involved in the case.
(b) What can be suggested to satisfy Companys goal and to address the residents concern. (300
words)
Answer: Kuchh nhi. Whenever a new Engineering, IT or Mfg. company is set up, the locals are bound
to feel annoyed with daaru-baaj non-vegetarian bachelor migrants and their live-in partners. But the
needs of economy demand society to open up. There is nothing ABC ltd. can do about it, except
bribing the right o cials to ensure les are cleared rapidly.
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06-Dec: Central Silk Board (http://www.csb.gov.in )
05-Dec: IOCL (https://www.iocl.com/PeopleCareers/job.aspx)

Banks

12-Dec: SBI Spec. (https://www.sbi.co.in/careers/ongoing-recruitment.html )


09-Dec: IDBI bank (http://www.idbi.com/idbi-bank-careers-current-openings.asp)

Medics

31-Dec: Delhi Cantonment (http://www.cbdelhi.in)


31-Dec: Delhi Cant. Board (http://www.cbdelhi.in)
30-Dec: Haryana govt (http://haryanahealth.nic.in)
26-Dec: Nat Fert. Ltd. (http://www.nationalfertilizers.com )
24-Dec: PGI Noida (http://www.ssphpgtinoida.com/)
23-Dec: IIT Guwahati (http://www.iitg.ac.in/home/quickpages/17)
16-Dec: RG Petro. Tech. (http://rgipt.ac.in/non_teaching.htm)
09-Dec: Sikkim Uni. (http://www.cus.ac.in)
07-Dec: UPPSC Med. (http://uppsc.up.nic.in.)

ParaMedics

31-Dec: PGI Lucknow (http://www.sgpgi.ac.in)


24-Dec: PGI Noida (http://www.ssphpgtinoida.com/)
16-Dec: Rajasthan SSC (http://rsmssb.rajasthan.gov.in)
12-Dec: Nat.Inst. of Unani (http://www.nium.in/careers.html)
12-Dec: Pun Health Dept (http://www.bfuhs.ac.in/PHSrecruitment16/main.aspx)
09-Dec: Sikkim Uni. (http://www.cus.ac.in)

Uniform

29-Dec: Indian Air Force (http://careerairforce.nic.in)


14-Dec: Punjab Police const. (http://www.punjabpolicerecruitment.in)
14-Dec: Punjab Police SI (http://punjabpolicerecruitment.in/punjab/)
12-Dec: Indian Navy (http://joinindiannavy.gov.in)
10-Dec: Coast Guard AC (http://www.joinindiancoastguard.gov.in)

Legal

26-Dec: Nat Fert. Ltd. (http://www.nationalfertilizers.com )


16-Dec: RG Petro. Tech. (http://rgipt.ac.in/non_teaching.htm)

Specialists

30-Jan: Ind.Inst of Ed. (https://iiserb.ac.in)


20-Jan: THDC India Ltd (http://thdc.gov.in/English/Scripts/Consultancy_Clients.aspx)
03-Jan: Cent.of Med.Aro. (http://www.cimap.res.in/english/index.php/notice-board/2014-04-04-04-4540)
23-Dec: Central Ins of Min. (http://cimfr.nic.in/vacancies.html)
23-Dec: IIT Guwahati (http://www.iitg.ac.in/home/quickpages/17)
23-Dec: Air India (http://www.airindia.in/careers.htm )
20-Dec: Punjab PCS (http://www.ppsc.gov.in )
16-Dec: RG Petro. Tech. (http://rgipt.ac.in/non_teaching.htm)
16-Dec: RBI - Grade B (https://opportunities.rbi.org.in/Scripts/bs_viewcontent.aspx?Id=3273)
15-Dec: UPSC (http://upsconline.nic.in/ora/VacancyNoticePub.php)
15-Dec: Adv. Res. Cen. (http://www.arci.res.in/careers/)
14-Dec: Nat. Met. Lab (http://www.nmlindia.org)
07-Dec: Haryana PCS (http://www.hpsconline.in )
05-Dec: CSIR (http://www.cmeri.res.in/oth/job.html)

Deskjobs

30-Jan: Ind.Inst of Ed. (https://iiserb.ac.in)


03-Jan: Cent.of Med.Aro. (http://www.cimap.res.in/english/index.php/notice-board/2014-04-04-04-4540)
31-Dec: Delhi Cantonment (http://www.cbdelhi.in)
30-Dec: Nat.Fash.Tech. (http://www.cmsnift.com/pages/cms_forms/requirements_vacancy.aspx)
24-Dec: PGI Noida (http://www.ssphpgtinoida.com/)
18-Dec: Soft.Tech.Parks India
(http://www.tvpm.stpi.in/Contents/Side_Menu/12.Recruitment/01_Recruitment.html )
15-Dec: Noida Metro (http://eapplicationonline.com/NMRC2016/View/Index.aspx)
12-Dec: Power Fin.Corp (http://www.pfcindia.com/Career_View.aspx )
12-Dec: Nat.Inst. of Unani (http://www.nium.in/careers.html)
12-Dec: Nat.Inst.of Oceanic Tec. (https://www.niot.res.in/index.php/recruitment)
10-Dec: CDAC (http://www.cdac.in/index.aspx?id=ca_advtno_04_Nov_2016)
09-Dec: Sikkim Uni. (http://www.cus.ac.in)
07-Dec: Ins. of Speech and Hea. (http://www.aiishmysore.in/en/job_noti cation.html)
06-Dec: Central Silk Board (http://www.csb.gov.in )
05-Dec: NTPC (http://www.ntpccareers.net)

Commerce/MBA

31-Dec: Nat.Tex. Corp (http://ntcltd.co.in:84/index.php?


option=com_career&view=register&v=uns&Itemid=143 )
26-Dec: Nat Fert. Ltd. (http://www.nationalfertilizers.com )
25-Dec: Guj. Min.Cor. (http://www.gmdcltd.com/hr/career.aspx)
15-Dec: Indian Rare Earths Ltd (http://www.irel.gov.in/scripts/advertisement.html )
12-Dec: Rites Ltd. (http://rites.com/vacancy/ )
12-Dec: Nat. Small Ind.Ltd. (http://www.nsic.co.in/careers.asp)
12-Dec: Power Fin.Corp (http://www.pfcindia.com/Career_View.aspx )
12-Dec: Haryana loc Bod. (http://www.haryana.gov.in/)

Faculty

15-Jan: Garhwal Uni. (http://www.recruitmenthnbgu.co.in)


05-Jan: PGI Noida (http://www.ssphpgtinoida.com)
31-Dec: Delhi Cantonment (http://www.cbdelhi.in)
30-Dec: Bose Sci.Cen. (http://newweb.bose.res.in/)

21-Dec: Nat. Inst. of Yoga (http://www.yogamdniy.nic.in/Contents.aspx?


lsid=392&lev=2&lid=286&langid=1)
20-Dec: KG med. Univ. (https://kgmu.org/job-opportunities.php)
20-Dec: JPSC (http://www.jpsc.gov.in)
19-Dec: Delhi Tech.Uni (http://dtu.ac.in )
15-Dec: Uni.of Medical Sci. (http://recruitment.rimsnr.ac.in)
12-Dec: Nat.Inst. of Unani (http://www.nium.in/careers.html)
11-Dec: AIIMS Jodhpur (http://www.aiimsjodhpur.edu.in/facultyrecruitment.php)
10-Dec: Anand Agri. Uni. (http://www.aau.in/careers-list)
07-Dec: UPPSC Med. (http://uppsc.up.nic.in.)
05-Dec: NTPC (http://www.ntpccareers.net)
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