Indian civil servant
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Indian civil servants includes five principal sub-categories of officials:
- Administrators of the native states of India
- Administrators of British India who came as servants of the East India Company before the formation of the ICS in 1853
- Members of the former Indian Civil Service (ICS) as well as the superior central and nationalised services in British India, who joined the civil service after 1853.
- Employees of the Central Civil Services of the present Government of India, and respective Indian state governments including the
- Technocrats and Academic Administrators who have held official positions of the Government of India and the respective state governments of the Indian Union.
For lists of civil servants of respective cadres see:
In popular culture
- "Yet to start work, Natgrid CEO highest paid babu". The Times of India. Aug 23, 2012. Retrieved 2014-09-17.
- Anand Parthasarathy (Sep 1–14, 2001). "A barbed look at babudom: Will the typically British humour of Yes Minister work if transplanted to an Indian setting? Viewers of a Hindi satellite channel have a chance to find out.". Frontline, India's National Magazine from the publishers of The Hindu. "Bureaucracy knows no bounds..."
- "PM Modi tightens screws, gives babudom a new rush hour". The Times of India. Sep 2, 2014. Retrieved 2014-09-17.
- "Babu". Collins English Dictionary. Retrieved 2014-09-17.
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