Can an IAS officer do business while in service?
Are IAS Officers Allowed to do Business? IAS officers are strictly prohibited under governmental regulations from directly partaking in business for personal interest while serving as a bureaucrat. However, retired IAS officers are allowed to run their own businesses.
Can IAS officer invest in stock market?
35(1) No Government servant shall speculate in any stock, share or other investment: Provided that nothing in this sub-rule shall apply to occasional investments made through stockbrokers or other persons duly authorized and licensed or who have obtained a certificate of registration under the relevant law.
Can an IAS officer be a member of a non-profit organization?
To begin with no one owns a non-profit making organisation. These are either charitable societies or charitable trusts and can not be owned by any individual. An IAS officer can definitely serve on a non profit making NGO however, it is desirable to get permission of Government or at least keep them informed of your role in the organisation.
Can any government employee be the member of NGO?
There are many Government employees and officers are founders and members of NGOs. To know the reason for this query that how and why any Government Employee be the member of NGO, you must be clear with the meaning of NGO.
Why are three IAS officers resigning in one month?
Three IAS officers have resigned from the service in the last one month. Kannan Gopinathan, an AGMUT-cadre officer, and Sasikanth Senthil, a Karnataka-cadre officer, resigned over ‘lack of freedom of expression’ and abrogation of Article 370 by the Modi government.
Are young IAS officers disenchanted with the central government?
The recent resignations by two young IAS officers — S. Sasikanth Senthil (a 2009 batch Karnataka-cadre IAS officer) and Kannan Gopinathan (former secretary in the power department in Daman and Diu, and Dadra and Nagar Haveli) – surely indicate a kind of disenchantment with the central government. This is something I appreciate.