Indian Civil Service, 1601-1930.
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Published by Cass in London .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

Previous ed., Murray, 1931.

The Physical Object
Pagination310p.,22cm
Number of Pages310
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16679765M

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The Indian civil service, by O'Malley, L. S. S. Used - Good. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. indian history notes in hindi click here to download constitution of india (hindi) click here to download oxford atlas (mb) a must have for all civil service aspirants click here to download als coaching upsc civil service mains optional geography .   Gupta briefly served with the Indian Police Service before becoming an Indian Administrative Service officer in As an IAS officer, he received challenging assignments which required him to travel across the country. Gupta was also posted as a commissioner on seven different occasions, which is a record in Indian civil service history. ^ L.S.S. O'Malley, The Indian civil service, () p ^ R. N. Thakur, The All India services: a study of their origin & growth () ^ David C. Potter, "Manpower Shortage and the End of Colonialism: The Case of Indian Civil Service," Modern Asian Studies, (Jan ) 7#1 pp