Bureaucratic system of administering scientists must change: PM

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  1. Kunal Biswas

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    Tarmak007 -- A bold blog on Indian defence: Bureaucratic system of administering scientists must change: PM
     
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    Bolne se nahi karne se hota hai ... :cool2:
     
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    He is talking as if he is an outsider neutral analyst.
     
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    Change it then - aren't you the most powerful person in the country? :lol:
     
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    MMS has been saying that administrative needs to change since 2004, what's stopping him from not changing it ?
     
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    The Madam is not allowing it. :cry:

    But on the bright side, he opened his mouth.:laugh:
     
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    As a current researcher, I have to agree. The research climate, the attitude of people who work with you, must be positive. If they are not, and I've known administrators that are not, and view it as a burden, the research climate will be terrible and work will become bitter.
     

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