2 edition of Indian Civil Service 1601-1930. found in the catalog.
Indian Civil Service 1601-1930.
L. S. S. O"Malley
As a young major in the Egyptian Campaign, I had to pay many contractor bills, one of which I remember amounted to £35 , and in the recent South African campaign, I observed from my cash book that cheques as large as £ , £94 , etc, were issued showing how on active service all the ridiculous instructions of the War Office have to. The arguments in favour of a civil service of diversity of talents, background and values, rather than a meritocracy whose selection tends to institutionalise the success of a few families, have been vigorously made by M. Young, The Rise of the Meritocracy, – An Essay on Education and Equality (; Harmondsworth: Penguin, ), pp Author: Ceri Sullivan.
The South African Military History Society. Die Suid-Afrikaanse Krygshistoriese Vereniging. The Indian Army model L S S, The Indian Civil Service, (John Murray, London, ). Packenham, T, The Boer War (Weidenfeld. and Nicholson, London, ). The Indian civil service Indien aus der Vogelschau land of the Lama A description of a country of contrasts and of cheerful happy-golucky people of hardy nature and curious customs, their religion, ways of living, trade and social life.
The early history of the service is given by O'Malley in the book The Indian Civil Service, , published in There are other general books like 'I.C.S.' by E.A.H. Blunt; The Men who Ruled India' by Philip Woodruff and the 'Civil Service in India' by N. C. Ray, the last one being of the year Follow these links for explanations of the aim & purpose of this catalog, its condition of use, the dates, the general abbreviations, the language abbreviations, the nationality abbreviations & the electronic library codes used, and for advice on buying or borrowing & on selling or valuing old books.. More information on many of these authors, and on other books of theirs, is contained .
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O'Malley The Men Who Ruled India: The Founders, & The Guardians, [in 2 volumes] by Philip Woodruff District Officer in India, by Roland Hunt Anglo-Indian Attitudes: Mind of the Indian Civil Service by Clive Dewey. The Indian Civil Service by L.S.S O’Malley, Indian Civil Service, Retired.
Digital Library of India Collection. The Indian Civil Service as a profession. A lecture delivered at Trinity College, Dublin, on June 10th, by Vincent A Smith. Indian Civil Service (Retired) Indian Civil Service.
By L. O'Malley. - London - John Murray. 9" by 6"; (xiv) pp. DETAILS. A first edition of O'Malley's work on the Indian Civil Service, written with his own experience as an employee. The Indian Civil Service (ICS) for part of the 19th century officially known as the Imperial Civil Service, was the.
Indian Civil Service, (Murray, 12s.), deserves a welcome. He describes the gradual development of the picked a thousand higher officials who have done so much for India. He gives many instances of the respect and affection which the district officers inspired in the old days when they had to supervise everything single-handed.
Francis Bradley Bradley-Birt, B.A. (Oxon.), ICS, FRGS (25 June – 11 June ), diplomat and writer, began his career as an English member of the Indian Civil duty in India began inand he started as an assistant magistrate and collector.
He was originally assigned to Khulna, Midnapore, Hooghly and : Lady Norah Beatrice Henriette. The Indian Civil Service, – (London, ). Pouchepadass, Jacques, ‘ British Attitudes towards Shifting Cultivation in Colonial South India: A Case Study of South Canara, – ’, in Arnold, David and Guha, Ramachandra (eds.), Nature, Culture, Imperialism: Essays on the Environmental History of South Asia (Delhi, ).
Kittur Chennamma (23 October – 21 February ) was a rani (queen) of the Nayakas of Keladi, vassals of the Maharaja of is a famously remembered freedom fighter who led an armed force against the British East India Company in in defiance of the doctrine of lapse to retain control over her territory, but was defeated in the third war and died in a prison.
‘The Civil Service of Pakistan is the successor in Pakistan of the Indian Civil Service’, proclaimed an official recruiting pamphlet in Karachi a few years after independence, ‘which was the most distinguished Civil Service in the world.’ 1 Half a century later, in advertising a retrospective memoir on the Sudan Political Service, the Cited by: 1.
in the civil administration were to be reserved for the civil service.' The company mled over India until when the British Parliament by the government of India Act oftransferred the administrative power to the crown up to The company was the (1) O Malley, "The Indian Civil Service " John Murry, Albemarle.
'Mark Condos’s book offers a compelling insight into the driving principles underlying the British colonial state in Punjab and, in doing so, indicates some wider truths about the nature of imperial societies more broadly.' The Indian Civil Service – London: John Cited by: 5.
ON INDIAN CIVIL SERVICE An Administrative Institution that has received a much wider and a deeper attention at the hands of historians, Civil servants and political scientists is the Indian Civil Service.
Melley's ()' work is a historical account of the development of the Indian Civil Service during File Size: 1MB. Indian Civil Service L S S O'Malley First Edition: Price: £ A first edition of O'Malley's work on the Indian Civil Service, written with his own experience as an employee.
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L.S.S. O'Malley’s most popular book is Bengal District Gazetteers Santal Parganas. 19th C. 19th C. Antique India Indian Silver Tea Service Teapot Set. $1. Author of Bengal District Gazetteers Santal Parganas, Popular Hinduism, and Indian Civil Service, /5.Some of the topics dealt with by the author, L.S.S.O` Malley I.C.S.
are physical aspects, history, the people agriculture and land revenue administration, natural calamities, means of communication, local self-government and general administration Printed Pages: CMAMinute Book of Annual Meetings –51, ; Missionary Agreements – CMA CMALetter Book of the Reverend Josiah Thomas, General Secretary, – The Indian Civil Service, – .