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From beauty pageants to Public Service Commission

The boss succeeded in naming the Deputy Secretary in 6 groups at once
Parvati is not satisfied with the common understanding that the administration is corrupt and all the employees are corrupt. His conclusion is that everyone is not corrupt anywhere, there are many worthy and virtuous people in the bureaucracy, but it is not good to think that everyone is the same after looking at a few disgraced ones.

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Albert Einstein used to say – Living is like riding a bicycle, you have to keep pedaling to move forward. Parvati Sharma Kafle feels that in order to run the cycle of life properly, as Einstein said, pedals of different areas should be run in a balanced manner.

From beauty pageants to Public Service Commission

Kafle, who recently took charge of the Deputy Director General of the Internal Revenue Department, believes that the real joy is living in balance between personal, social and professional life. 'This balance is very important in a qualitative life,' she said, 'cooperation and enthusiasm with family, society, friends and colleagues is the reason for my achievement.' In 2081/82, she is busy in calculating how much budget will be allocated to which sector. At one time, his introduction was less about staff and more about models. Despite being the first runner up in the beauty pageant, Parvathy did not pursue her career in modeling but in personnel administration. Having become a joint secretary at the age of twenty, she has a wide experience of working from the Ministry of Industry to the Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority.

She is currently reading books on Eastern philosophy, history and economics, managing her time between different spheres of work, family, society and personal hobbies. Parvati, who believed that no matter how big a position and responsibility one gets without the inclination of spirituality and philosophy, it is difficult to maintain virtue, was entered as an officer in the bureaucracy in 2066 as a topper. Parvati said that she did not have the right words to express her happiness when she was recommended number one out of about 28,000 competitors. "When I was a government official, I felt very happy, like what happened," she said, "For me, that happiness was equal to the joy of achieving great success." When the daughter of so-and-so and the daughter-in-law of so-and-so became authoritative in the family and society, those who said "Re" increased. 'After becoming a topper, I became confident that I would improve the system,' she said, 'I developed a feeling that I should always be a topper in public service, which is still there.' He used to be tormented in the early days because he was afraid that he would be told that he would not be able to do that much work as a topper. The feeling that he should do better in service delivery always pushed him to be disciplined and dignified. A side effect of this was that she sometimes got to the point where she felt isolated in the bureaucracy. And also, she is moving forward using the formula of caste, even if she has to be alone doing what her heart prefers rather than being involved in what Vivek thinks is wrong. She initially worked in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as a

branch officer. Later she moved to industry and ended up in the Ministry of Labour. She herself drafted the Industrial Investment Promotion Act and the Bilateral Investment Agreement while in the Ministry of Industry. She was always involved in program making and budget formulation. She said that the experience gathered in these early years gave her more motivation. "I like to keep the information of different fields as much as possible," she says, "it broadens the scope of knowledge." In Baisakh, the year 2072, the same year as the earthquake, she became deputy secretary of public service through an open competition. This time she moved to the Accounts Group and worked in the Office of the Comptroller General of Accounts in the Asian Development Bank supported project and Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Supply until January 2078.

While in the Auditor General's office, he was shocked by the reality of how the budget is being spent in the bureaucracy against the law and the condition of Beruzu. In this regard, she worked on preparing financial reports such as conducting financial audits and preparing accounts based on financial discipline.

Parvati, who always continued to study for job on one side and public service on the other, had already been introduced. Less than 6 years after becoming the deputy secretary, she passed the public service test through an open competition for joint secretary. Believing in merit rather than patronage, he had become accustomed to naming names. His name was also included in the batch of 2078 to become joint secretary through open competition. This time she was recommended for the administration service and was appointed as the head of the Gandaki provincial office of the Abuse of Authority Investigation Commission in Pokhara. After that, she started investigating the large anti-corruption files in the central office of the commission.

There is a provision not to stay in the authority for more than two years. After completing her two-year term, Kafle is currently working as the Deputy Director General of the Inland Revenue Department, Lazimpat. In addition to handling the excise administration, his day-to-day work is to collect and analyze information on counterfeit bills. Parvati says, 'If you say yes, you don't have free time,' says Parvati, 'but you must not forget your personal life and family obligations, otherwise a quality life will not be possible.' . Parvati, who has received higher education in humanities, management and law from colleges such as Janaki Mavi in ​​Janakpur, Meen Bhavan in Kathmandu, Padmakanya, Law Campus, St. Xavier's, has also studied from Thailand to Germany.

The only daughter of a middle-class educated and employed family, she has experienced not discrimination but more love for being a daughter in the family. 'My father and brother were both government employees and I always got encouragement and love from them,' she says, 'maybe because of that, I also wanted to get a government job.' It is her experience that she has been helped to be not only a strong daughter and daughter-in-law, but a whole woman. Many people complain that they are not able to advance in their career due to the added family responsibilities after marriage. However, Parvati also has a pleasant experience in this matter. At home, as in Maita, she also received great support in both her job and studies.

''While raising my two daughters, the precious gift of life, I went ahead with public service preparation and job,'' she says, 'those days were very struggling. However, with the constant support and support of my husband, I never had to stop my studies. She feels that balancing professional responsibilities with family life, personal aspirations and social roles is an art in itself. And, the experience of more than a decade and a half of working life has made him proficient in this art.

When she is busy with successive successes and work pressure, sometimes she is speechless remembering the old days. During his graduation days other friends were focused on course books, his focus was half on public service preparation. The question of what to do if the public service test given by all this hard work is not passed, sometimes lurked in the back of my mind. And without getting an answer, she went back to Bilkhaband. His brother had taken a government job and was preparing for public service at the higher level at home. "We used to study together," she says, "sometimes there was a competition between my brother and me, those days of preparation were really golden." So at night, even after all the family members were asleep, Parvati would lazily flip through the books and note down the important points like a priceless treasure. She also used to read motivational books to stay fit. To do well in the examination, she prepared a separate note book for collecting facts. Thinking that she is the first master to check whether time management is correct, she used to write answers to past questions hundreds of times and also checked them herself. Without reaching

, she would make a group of 3/4 people who were preparing and bring the things learned in a single study to a group discussion. Apart from night, she used to study for 3 hours in the morning and evening. She used to chant the mantra that time cannot be stopped but time can be managed. And whether working in the kitchen or taking care of the children, she kept her mind focused on preparing for public service. He continues this tradition till date. "When I saw thousands of competing friends at the tuition center and listened to their questions and answers, I thought that the subject of reading is still there and I have to work hard to pass," she says. Before becoming a

officer, she was an audit supervisor in the Auditor General's office. It was the result of success in the assistant level examination. She has been achieving success in every level of examination and has become a topic of discussion in personnel administration by being named in 6 service groups at the same time as deputy secretary. In the memory of Parvati, who took the public service exam time and again, the stage of preparation was no less than that of a soldier on a battlefield. After coming first among thousands of competitors, his courage seemed to be exhausted. She accepted the anxiety and pressure during

preparation as a dose for improvement. She not only spends time with her family, watches movies and sings, but also takes help of yoga and meditation to refresh her spirit in between preparations. The sir who checked the copy of the examination conducted by the tuition center said, 'Being a topper, your name will come out at number 1.' Several times she could not reach the examination hall on time without locating the examination center, the examination was spoiled. How many times did Nani miss the exam when she was sick and stayed in the hospital? And how many times did he suffer from not being able to take the public service exam because of the MPhil exam. And also, overcoming all these obstacles, she made a journey to the joint secretary, who is not at all emotional for her.

was an exercise in his own original pattern of passing public service exams. That is to say, allocate 5 minutes to study and analyze the question, present facts and examples while writing the answer, mention the international practice, look at what the question asks several times and do not miss to write the topic introduction and conclusion in the answer to each question. Finally, 5/7 minutes to check the topic you have written once by yourself. She narrates this pattern as experience to those preparing for public service. "Question yourself whether I can work happily while joining the public service," she said, "If you think you can, go ahead with the public service."

He had to face many challenges in his journey till now. She could not join family gatherings, weddings, fasts, etc., as most of her time was spent in preparation and studying apart from office hours. The bitter words of those who say, "Education for someone's future, leaving a child is an empty education" still echoes in his ears. But she didn't take it badly. Instead, all three words became a source of inspiration for him. "Those who make bad comments about me are my role models," she says, "their comments always encourage me to do good work."

It is her empirical analysis that employees have to face problems and challenges all the time in the work of public service delivery. He has a habit of taking the lead and mobilizing the team to solve it. "Those who have the ability, if given the appropriate responsibility and follow-up regularly, work will be done," she says She said. He has a habit of being honest and trying to make every character and trend of the organization honest. "However, this task is not possible with a single effort," she said.

Parvati is not satisfied with the common understanding that the administration is corrupt and all the employees are corrupt. "There has been a wrong comment about government employees, which I see will take time to change," he said, "everyone is not corrupt anywhere, there are many worthy and virtuous people in the bureaucracy, but looking at a few infamous ones, it is not good to think that everyone is the same." She believes that government policies and laws should be implemented in accordance with the changing needs of the society and the rule of law to solve them by the administrative mechanism. "Even if the government changes, the bureaucracy does not change," she says, "since it is a continuous institutional structure, the members of the administration mechanism remain as expert advisors to the government."

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