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    Published On : Tue, Feb 6th, 2018

    Maharashtra and Nagaland IPS Officers wrote a book to introduce the various facets of different Civil Services

    Maharashtra IPS Officer Lohit Matani
    Nagpur: Maharashtra IPS Officer Lohit Matani and Nagaland IPS Officer Vishal together wrote down a book on the introduction of the various aspects of different All India Services and Central Civil Services in India. The persistent efforts and knowledge of more than 23 serving bureaucrats took shape on 5th February, 2018 in the form of the book named ‘An Introduction to Civil Services’.

    The book has been published by OakBridge Publishing Pvt. Ltd. The book has been written with an aim to introduce the readers with the various services of Government of India. The book has been given a personal touch by 23 bureaucrats by including their real life experiences in it.

    In the book Lohit Matani has given an introduction to different civil services working under the Central and State Governments of India. He has described the roles, responsibilities, career path, cadre structure, advantages and disadvantages of various All India Services and Central Civil Services recruited by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). He also introduced the pattern and orientation of the Civil Services Examination and Civil Services in India. Matani has also described the various State, National and International deputation opportunities enjoyed by the officers of different services.

    The book includes 100 real life case studies related to various All India and Central services. Besides those appearing for Civil Services Examination, the book is highly important for the college going youth who have a bent to know about the work profile, career path, advantages and disadvantages of various civil services. It provides an insight to compare the importance of various civil services and is important for serving civil servants to know about the structure of the various wings of the Government of India. It is also a must read for any person aspiring to join the Civil Services of India and planning to write the prestigious Civil Services Examination conducted by the UPSC every year.

    Lohit Matani is an IPS officer of 2014 batch, serving in the Maharashtra Cadre. Presently, he is working as the SDPO of Ramtek Subdivision in Nagpur District. Vishal is also an IPS Officer of 2014 batch presently posted as SDPO in Nagaland State.

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