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Integrity and Climb Up the Seniority Ladder


opsharma

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Like I had written earlier on MN VIJAYKUMAR,he belongs to an extinct species as for as his cadre is concerned.Having said that,its extremely difficult to make objective comments based purely on sensational newspaper news.But it is a well known fact that senior you rise in center services,more and more transfers await you when you try to follow a less trodden path.You not only have to set examplary moral example,but also need to excel professionally,have pleasent disposition,should imbibe a sense of humility and need to have inborn gregarious nature,beside developing management skills ,should be blessed with leadership qualities.Integrity does not mean simply material honesty,it means a lot more.It is derived from word integer,means whole/complete.

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opsharma

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I visited indianofficer site a couple of minutes back,is registration only for people appearing for centre services exams?since it carries compulsary entry about main subjects and so on.

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coming back to my original topic regarding desirable traits of an officer,and personality development with seniority.As interaction with multitudnal agencies increases and,depth and breadth of broadbased knowledge increases manifold;a conscientious (foremost quality)officer will always shoulder more and more responsibilities confidently.

However, I always wondered,why a few,sometimes,become more and more secluded and angry with the passage of time in service,resulting in being cast as pariah. Sad but true.Logically it should be otherway around.One should be more sociable,giving,compassionate and broadminded as one nears one's inning,notwithstanding the heat and the dust of slogging period.

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Disclaimer: The views expressed by me are entirely my own and do not ,in any way, reflect the views of any organisation that I may have been associated with in the past or am associated with at present.

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