Every Serious UPSC IAS Aspirant must know beforehand what awaits him once he enters the ‘system’. Almost every year, a bureaucrat or a diplomat pens an autobiography recollecting all the old memories, journey and life experiences as a civil servant, and present them to the reader in the hope that his experiences might shed some light on the working of the ‘system’ he was part of.

I found the following books worth reading for their honest reflection about the working of the ‘system’. Hope you will enjoy reading them.

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Poor But Spirited In Karimnagar: Field Notes Of A Civil Servant – Sumita Dawra

I Do What I Do: On Reform, Rhetoric and Resolve – Raghuram G. Rajan