Classes and Relationship Between Classes | Control of the Civil Service
- Structure of the Civil Service
- Relationship Among Classes in the Civil Service
- Control of the Civil Service
Structure of the Civil Service:
The Civil Service is organized into different classes:
(1) Administrative Class: They advise the minister on policy matters. They formulate policies and prepare the ministry’s or department’s budget. They provide leadership to the ministry, plan activities and programmes of the government, and coordinate activities of the civil servants. It is the highest class in the civil service. The administrative class includes the Permanent Secretary, Directors General, Directs, Deputy Directors, Assistant Directors, and other Principal officers.
(2) Professional Class: They offer Professional/Technical advice to the management on technical matters. It is the highest-ranked specialist class in the Civil Service. They are employed based on their professional knowledge and technical skills. It includes Doctors, Lawyers, Educationists, etc.
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