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Now BIG Corporate officials will hold the rights to take government decisions

Sources said instructions have come from the Prime Minister’s Office to prepare a broad outline of modalities for selecting private individuals for appointment in the ranks of deputy secretary, director and joint secretary.

New Delhi: So far, in the government policies, large industrial houses were being given preference now even more dangerous diseases are coming up. Private executives of private companies are now being given direct access to the most important files in the country. The officers of these companies will not be able to see the government files but will sign them and take big decisions.

In addition to recruitment through the examination in civil services considered to be the most prestigious in the country, the central government is now going to make provision of entry of corporate officers in government materias and offices in the name of lateral entry. According to the news of Indian Express, the Prime Minister's Office has asked the Department of Personnel and Training to prepare proposals for this. In this, the officers of private companies will be able to make direct IAS or IPS.

The Government wants that the private sector officers should be posted in different departments to the posts of Deputy Secretary, Director and Joint Secretary rank. According to sources, the people working in the private sector and the social workers will be made directly based on their qualifications and experience. However, the current salary of such people will not be determined.

The committee formed under the chairmanship of the Cabinet Secretary will finalize such people. In August last year, Minister of State for Personnel, Mr. Jitendra Singh had said in the Lok Sabha that the government was not making such a committee. It was stated that there is no plan to constitute a committee which can consider the possibility of lateral entry in civil services. Now this step has been taken from the promise made to the Parliament that at least 40 officers will get backdoors entry in the beginning.

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