Jharkhand News The magic of black coat is speaking above the heads of the sahibs of the Jharkhand government. Senior officers of 15 IAS IPS and Forest Services, including DGP Neeraj Sinha, are engaged in studying law. He expressed his desire to study law by applying to the Personnel Department.
Ranchi, [Ashish Jha]. Jharkhand News After becoming the Chief Minister of Jharkhand, Hemant Soren had announced that instead of hiring retired people, new people would be given jobs. Clearly, the lanes of the Secretariat for retirees are becoming tighter than before, and this is one of the key reasons why officers are increasingly willing to spend post-retirement time in court. Such people are not one or two, their number is in dozens. There are people from all such services like IAS, IPS, IFS etc. who have worked in top executive positions in their life. It also gives them the opportunity to use the experiences of a lifetime together.
Want to become a lawyer more than a dozen officers
There are more than a dozen such officers who are currently working and want to complete their graduation in law. This has happened before but not on such a large scale. In the past also, Chief Secretary level officers Ashok Kumar Singh, PP Sharma etc. had completed their graduation in law while on the job. In these, PP Sharma did not take much interest in court related matters after one or two cases and soon left the practice. But former Chief Secretary Ashok Kumar Singh is still successfully in the profession of advocacy and is a nominated advocate in the panel of many departments. His success in advocacy acts as a guide for others.
From DGP to senior IAS-IPS studying law
Apart from these, Indian Forest Service officer Nandkishore Singh, IFS Shailja Singh, DFO Rajiv Ranjan, GST Superintendent Amit Sinha, IRS Sanjit Kumar, Senior Audit Officer Prabhas Vardhwal, DGP Neeraj Sinha, DIG Akhilesh Jha, Vijay Kumar Ojha working in Mines Department etc. The officers have already got the permission of the Personnel Department to pursue law studies while in their jobs.
The profession of advocacy is wooing the sahabs of Jharkhand
All these officers had sought permission through their departments at different times to complete their graduation in law, which has been accepted. ADG Anurag Gupta has also applied for law studies. If sources are to be believed, most of the officers are wanting to adopt this profession because of their interest in reading and writing. There are many officers who have already written and edited many books based on their experiences.