The civil service has been continuously chosen and trained by the Government of Singapore. Year 1971 saw the formalization of the present Civil Service College. To accelerate productivity and growth, Singapore had twice a day mail delivery in 1971. Singapore has been planning its hallmark with prudence. In case a study didn’t work completely or partly in practice then the consequence is: it is altered for the better. A proactive ‘can do’ attempt of service on long, medium or short-term by the leaders of Singapore is referred to as the civil service. Training is important and for an intended reason along with implementation and follow-up through the oversight of the Minister. The civil service has a zeal for service with an objective.
As a result, Singapore Civil Service has been constantly improving to seek out for knowledge and putting the benchmark experiences to practice and leading to victorious operation from ministry to ministry. Since change is measured, it is quick and helpful. With each day, e-governance is getting better. The standard of service is better than the private businesses. Infrastructures are made by prudently using the tax money. In order to improve the standard of living in Singapore, improvement in systems is made. Singapore is referred to as a Garden City. Why? Planning was made for forty years and was put into steady practice. Singapore treasures and care for greenery. Not only the Singaporeans but even the tourists take pleasure in the fruits of this policy execution.
The latest viaduct from Pasir Panjang to Harbor Front is a concrete and well-engineered structurally sound design which looks really appealing. You will find individual pillars to hold up the overhead dual roadway.
Singapore leads privatization of items such as cleaning drains, repairing and maintaining roads, roadway landscaping, tree cutting or pruning, repairing burst water mains, raking leaves, cleaning streets, etc. Singapore also leads in the use of underused and inactive resources.
Let’s see how the standard of living in Singapore has enhanced:
Life Expectancy at Birth (years)*
Males 64.1 77.9
Females 67.8 81.6
*source Dept. of Statistics, Ministry of Trade & Industry-- Singapore
Apart from the exceptional attempts made by the Ministry of Health, many other people are also responsible for the above improvements. Mosquito breeding is restricted by the Ministry of Environment, diseases are eliminated by the government policy of daily garbage collection, and health related topics are explained in a better way by teachers and the ministry of education through the good pamphlets. Such an instance of civil leadership has lead to the consulting demand of Singaporean experts to other countries.