Important points to get discount on book Not Just an Accountant : The Diary of the Nation’s Conscience Keeper
Not Just an Accountant … emphasizes the importance of ethical governance in our country.
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
A brutally honest account of the trials and tribulations of a comptroller and auditor general of India whose tenure coincided with a period when Indias governance reached its lowest ebb. Vinod Rai is unquestionably amongst Indias most morally upright bureaucrats and this first-hand narrative is insightful. This book is a must read, not for the controversies that dogged the former CAG, but for the stoic silence that has finally been broken.
Vinod Rai is a contemporary hero for the work he did as the comptroller and auditor general. This book should be essential reading for everyone concerned with corruption and malfeasance.
This book provides interesting glimpses into the working of an important institution [and] also provides insights into the fault lines that a heady mix of politics, corruption and institutional decay have produced in our polity.
Pratap Bhanu Mehta
About the Author
Vinod Rai has served with distinction as the comptroller and auditor general of India and has brought about a paradigm change in the institution. The systems and qualitative upgrades introduced by him have been endorsed within the country and internationally, bringing worldwide acclaim to the institution of the CAG of India.
During the course of his career, Rai has had rich and varied experiences within the civil services. He has served over thirty-four years in various capacities at the regional and federal level. His contributions in Kerala have been acknowledged by those familiar with the state. He has also left an indelible mark on the financial sector of the nation.