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G Somiah Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please read And Make A Refission For You CG Somiah Mr All rounder 1 The first thing which i liked about this book is the very fine quality of pages and the outer cover.
2 CG Somiah former CAG comptroller auditor general of india described his story with complete honesty.
3 He described his story from his birth as he belongs to the Kodava community who traces their ancestory to Greeks , about his school days,Love for tennis and bridge and he himself won many tournaments ,about his college days and than selection to the prestigious IAS indian administrative service , his first posting in odisha where he worked in forest department and his struggle to remove the corruption and cleaning the system and administration and his days in Oxford.
4 From odisha he was transferred to New Delhi and here he works with various ministries as under secretary like first in the ministry of finance, planning commission, home ministry It is an average read The author could have talked about his experiences rather than explaining the job profiles of various positions he held Lots of self glorification.
Rating 4.
5 5Modest account of audaciously bold professional life.
G Somiah professional and personal life is filled with many historic accounts of India as he worked when India was taking off to new era.
Author takes reader from his early childhood to student life to narrate his illustrious career timeline with accounting some of the historic events Tragedies as well as fortunes It s very engaging to go through this Book.
On the other side, He never lecture about morality, integrity or professional ethics But, He makes his cases with example Some very important lessons for To be, wanna be Civil servants in this Book.
An insight into the opaque world of Indian bureaucracy A great read about the journey of an honest civil Servant.
Gives a view about the working of administrative services ranging from assistant district magistrate to CAG of India.

Just stumbled upon dis piece while shifting my room And to my amazement I still remember the story line of CG Somiah sir Am not being boastful but the powerful story dat imprinted when I read it Power corrupts wen misused, but Somiah made sure it doesn t corrupt him and his character His indomitable spirit to stand alone when his intuition is right is incredible Justice never escaped in his tenure while serving multitude designation and position Incredibly motivational book.
5 stars Mr Somiah has undoubtedly lived an extraordinary public life and it was evident in his tremendous journey to the pinnacle of bureaucratic hierarchy.
He usually talks about his achievements, which is acceptable when one rights an autobiography However, the title couldn t MISLEAD me I expected that he will mention the dilemmas faced by civil servants, which he actually did, superficially He is sometimes very harsh talking about some individuals.
We will see a change in attitude in his narrative, being very humble in the first and then growing officer likely as the chapters unfold At the end, this book became less of an inspirational biography of a civil servant and sort of a blowing your own trumpet One time quick read, but don t go for it, only

Codanda G Somiah was born on 11 March 1931 as the son of a forest officer who belonged to a family of Kodavas from Madikeri in Kodagu He obtained his honorary bachelor s degree in Science Chemistry from Loyola College, Madras University He then served as a faculty member of that college briefly before he cleared the Indian Administrative Service examination and joined the service in 1953 He w