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Master Guide to FR & SR, Service Rules and Financial Rules

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Format: Paper Back
Pages: 368 pages
Publisher: Swamy
Language: English
Dimensions: 21 x 14 cm
Publisher Code: BG6
Date Added: 2007-09-05
Search Category: Lawbooks
Jurisdiction: Indian

Overview:

Development, publication and reception

The book, which was Rowling's debut novel, was written between approximately June 1990 and some time in 1995. In 1990, Jo Rowling, as she preferred to be known,[a] wanted to move with her boyfriend to a flat in Manchester and in her words, "One weekend after flat hunting, I took the train back to London on my own and the idea for Harry Potter fell into my head... A scrawny, little, black-haired, bespectacled boy became more and more of a wizard to me... I began to write Philosopher's Stone that very evening. Although, the first couple of pages look nothing like the finished product."[8] Then, Rowling's mother died and, to cope with her pain, Rowling transferred her own anguish to the orphan Harry.[8] Rowling spent six years working on Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone and after it was accepted by Bloomsbury, she obtained a grant of £8,000 from the Scottish Arts Council, which enabled her to plan the sequels.[13] She sent the book to an agent and a publisher and then the second agent she approached spent a year trying to sell the book to publishers, most of whom thought it was too long at about 90,000 words. Barry Cunningham, who was building a portfolio of distinctive fantasies by new authors for Bloomsbury Children's Books, recommended accepting the book[14] and the eight-year-old daughter of Bloomsbury's chief executive said it was "so much better than anything else"

Bloomsbury accepted the book, paying Rowling a £2,500 advance[16] and Cunningham sent proof copies to carefully chosen authors, critics and booksellers in order to obtain comments that could be quoted when the book was launched.[14] He was less concerned about the book's length than about its author's name, since the title sounded like a boys' book to him and he believed boys preferred books by male authors. Rowling therefore adopted the pen nameJ.K. Rowling just before publication

Lindsey Fraser, who had previously supplied one of the blurb comments,[14] wrote what is thought to be the first published review, in The Scotsman on 28 June 1997. She described Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone as "a hugely entertaining thriller" and Rowling as "a first-rate writer for children

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Table Of Contents:

1. General Conditions of Service

2. Standard Licence Fee

3. Combination of Appointments

4. Deputation out of India

5. Dismissal, Removal, Compulsory Retirement and Suspension

6. Retirement

7. Foreign Services

8. Joining Time

9. Fixation of Pay

10. Leave Rules

11. Pension Rules

12. Commutation of Pension Rules

13. Group Insurance Scheme

14. General Provident Fund Rules

15.CCS (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules

16. I. General Financial Rules

      II. Compendium of Rules and Advances

17. Travelling Allowance

18. Leave Travel Concession

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