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What are some apptitude and foundations for civil servants

Public service means those permanent and non-political officials (administrative officers and employees) of the government. Those who are not members of the judiciary or the army and once in a government job, usually stay on till the age of retirement. Appointment of members in the civil service is often done on the basis of competitive examinations, judging the merit. The basic values ​​of the civil service are those which are helpful in advancing and realizing the ideals and goals of the civil service and act as a guide. Is, like - integrity, impartiality etc.
To become a successful civil servant (public servant), it is not only necessary to have the relevant competence and qualifications, but it should also be equipped with the core values ​​of the civil service. These basic or fundamental values ​​guide the abilities and abilities to move successfully in a certain direction, giving guidance.

A civil servant is required to have basic administrative values ​​along with impartiality, only then will he carry out his tasks efficiently and effectively in a transparent manner while realizing responsibility. Important values ​​or moral qualities in a public servant must exist:

1. Selfdessness - People in public positions (public officials) have only public interest in mind (public interest)
Decisions should be taken. Decisions should not be taken to obtain financial or other material benefits for your family and friends (the basis for decision making is appropriate).

2. Integrity - People holding public office should not be influenced by the financial or other responsibilities of outsiders or organizations in discharging their official duties.

3. Objectivity - When performing public functions such as - public appointments, contracts or when recommending people for rewards and benefits to the public official
Should be selected on the basis of merit.

4. Accountability - The public office bearers should be accountable to the public for their decisions and actions and should be prepared for appropriate investigation in this matter.

5. Openness - The government official should be open about all his decisions and actions. They should mention the reasons for their decisions and any information
But it should be stopped only when it is necessary to do so in the larger public interest.

6. Honest - It is the duty of government officials to declare their personal interests in the context of their public duties. In the event of a conflict between the duties and the private interests, it should take remedial steps which can protect the public interest.

7. Leadership - Government officials should try to develop themselves as a perfect example by promoting and supporting the above basic elements.

Morality in governance will come only when the public servants are expressed at the level of above mentioned behavior, their activities are governed by these values. Not only can the ideal of public service be attained by having rules and laws, but it is also necessary to hold such values ​​so that officers can present the ideal of morality while making decisions and actions. The most fundamental value of civil service is loyalty and commitment to constitutional values.

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