Lastly, it is important to recognize that the reform mandate will throw up greater challenges. They would be required to counter the challenges.
- Political support and will
- Management capacity to implement reforms
- Nurturing support from civil servants themselves
- Safety nets’ must be in place for people adversely affected
- Reforms must reflect the political and institutional environment of a country.
- Developing communication between all the stakeholders
Long Term Impact of These Personnel Reforms: An Evaluation The impact of personnel reforms in India’s civil services was as diffused and unsatisfactory as impact of organisational reforms discussed in previous paragraphs.
Without restructuring of the civil service, the training and succession plans could not attract h; talented personnel. It is no secret that despite the quantitative efforts of imparting training to civil ser in India and other Third World countries, the qualitative content and impact of the training negligible.
In evaluating long term impact of personnel reforms in post-independent India, it is mention the neglect of democratic decentralisation efforts in context of (i) the central government New Delhi (ii) 32 state government including union territories (iii) 430 districts (iv) 5092 blocks, con of (v) 500,000 villages. Prior to 1947, district was the focal point of colonial administration with emphasis on law and order and governance of the country.