Sunday, November 15, 2015

600 Why don't you write something good about Mr. Narendra Modi? आप हमारे प्रधान मंत्री श्री नरेंदर मोडी के विषय पर,अछ्छे चीज क्यों नहीं लिखते మీరు శ్రీ నరేంద్ర మోడీ గారి విషయంపై ఎప్పుడూ చెడు విషయాలే వ్రాస్తున్నారు. మంచి విషయాలు ఎందుకు వ్రాయరు?


We have today completed 600 posts at this blog. Some need revision. Question: You are always writing bad things about Mr. Narendra Modi. Why don't you write something good about our beloved PM?


Ans: Certainly. During the Man-ki-bath Radio talk on 25th October 2015, Mr. Narendra Modi announced:. What Mr. Modi announced on Radio is implemented from the New Year Day 2016, Unemployed Youth will be benefited a lot.


"...The government has completed the entire process to do away with interviews for lower rank jobs. There will be no requirement of interview for Group D, C and B non-gazetted posts in Centre. It will come into effect from January 1, 2016, ..."


"...Interviews for recruitment at lower levels in governments, are a source of corrupti. ..."


"...Government would also do away with the system of interviews for appointments with group D, C and B category (non-gazetted) Central Government posts from January 1, next year. "


ybrao-a-donkey's observations:


If the two level (preliminary and Main) written tests are conducted properly, without corruption and scandals, probably, there will be no need for further interviews, even for IAS and IPS. Of course, if there are no interviews, it will be difficult to select the kith and kin of bureaucrats and politicians to the Civil Services. Our dynasties have to flourish, No??

Reasons: The five or ten minutes time which the Interview Board allots to each candidate, is not really sufficient to gauge the capabilities of candidates. Interviews add to the expenses of poor candidates who can't afford to travel to Cities for attending interviews. Poor candidates from rural areas cannot properly express themselves in languages other than their mother tongue; they also cannot answer sophisticated questions which the interviewers ask, because they do not have as much access to Personality Development Books, Smart phones, Coaching Institutes.


PERSONAL EXPERIENCE
Many years back, ybrao-a-donkey went for an interview by Motor Vehicle Inspector, for grant of a driving licence. No bribe was given to anybody. No intermediary or agent. Direct application and direct interview.

After driving the scooter on Testing path, as directed by MVI, an oral interview was conducted. The MVI asked some questions on traffic signs etc. which were answered reasonably well. Dissatisfied, he asked one question.


What does Sec. 125 of MV Act say about driving two wheelers?


Yb could not answer. The MVI said "Hahha hahha!" .


"...You do not know this simple thing? Sec. 125 says:..." "...No person driving a motor vehicle shall allow any person to stand or sit or to place anything in such a manner or position as to hamper the driver in his control of the vehicle. ..."


"...So when your sons or daughters stand before your seat on the scooter, how do you make sure that they do not obstruct your vision, when you do not know this simple thing like Sec. 125? ..."


After coming out, an RTA Agent said: "...You should have approached him through us. You thought of saving some amount, and now you see how he played a cruel joke on you. ...".
The MVI or the RTA middleman does not know that I am a self-declared donkey.


This insult by Motor Vehicles Inspector motivated ybrao-a-donkey to study LLB in an Evening College. But still, I must say that I do not know thoroughly the contents of the so called MV Act.

(To continue. सशेष. సశేషం.)


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