Indianization of the civil services in British India, 1858-1935

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StatementMalti Sharma.
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LC ClassificationsJQ224 .S47 2001
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Paginationvi, 272 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL4004032M
ISBN 108178270153
LC Control Number2001357911

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The Indian Civil Service was a tiny administrative elite, never more than twelve hundred in number and, until the twentieth century, overwhelmingly British in composition. It was composed of those officers appointed under Section XXXII of the Government of India Act of to posts reserved for them alone.

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In the Indian Army of the British Raj, the officer corps was "reserved for the governing race"— in other words, the British. Only ina mere thirty years before India won its freedom, did the Raj permit Indians into the Army's officer corps, thus slowly beginning its Indianization.

How the British did everything to keep Indians away from the civil services—yet failed of the civil service in India thus directly arose for the first time after the assumption and gradual. Indian Civil Service Last updated Ma The Indian Civil Service (ICS), for part of the 19th century officially known as the Imperial Civil Service, is the elite higher civil service of the British Empire in British India during British rule in the period between and Contents.

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Yet it is Pages: The Civil Services refer to the career bureaucrats who are the permanent executive branch of the Republic of civil service system is the backbone of the administrative machinery of the country.

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