The Government of India promotes values and a certain standard of ethics of requiring and facilitating every civil servant.
To discharge official duty with responsibility, honesty, accountability and without discrimination.
To ensure effective management, leadership development, and personal growth.
To avoid misuse of official status or information.
To serve as instruments of good governance and foster social economic development.
Structure of the Civil Services: The country provided by the Constitution of India has two cases/classifications of services:
All India Services - These posts are appointed by the President Of India. These officials serve both the states and Centres. However, their career and graph, service matters and conditions, as well as grievances, are handled by the Union Government.
Central Civil Services- Concerned only with the administration of Union Government's Ministries and departments(apart from Union Cabinet Ministries/Departments as that is handled by Cabinet Secretary and his/her office).
Group A services are made by the President Of India and Group B officers are appointments are done by the authorities specified by the general or special order of the President.
State Civil Services- For all related State ministries and departments.