Modern History Simplified: Statutory Civil Service by Lytton (1878-79)

Statutory Civil Service
In 1878-79, Lytton introduced the Statutory Civil Service consisting of one-sixth of covenanted posts to be filled by Indians of high families through nominations by local governments subject to approval by the secretary of State and the viceroy. 
But the system failed and was abolished.

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