The system of official rules that an organization has for doing something, that people often think is too complicated.
a system of administration distinguished by itsclear hierarchy and authorities lead division of labour written and inflexible rules, regulations and procedures impersonal relationship
➡️Ashoka's purpose was to make his empire a better place to live. Kautilya's purpose was the protection and welfare of subjects , who could not be trusted
Bureaucracy refers to both a body of non-elective government officials and an administrative policy-making group. Historically, a bureaucracy was a government administration managed by departments staffed with non-elected officials.
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Option B i.e A bureaucratic system within government employment is the correct answer.
The Song Dynasty is accredited with improving the government employment by creating a bureaucratic system within government employment. The Song Dynasty built a strong centralized bureaucracy and regularized it. The important positions in government was given to them. The military governors and the people associated with them were replaced by the centrally appointed bureaucrats.
The Han emperor of Wudi invented a 'bureaucratic system' to help the 'Han run the empire'. It was based upon Confucianism.
Wudi, the Han emperor established the system of bureaucracy based on the earliest tenets of Confucianism. He even established a royal university where all the officials of the government were trained on the principles of Confucianism.
This principle focuses on the importance of relationships, family and social harmony rather than on outward sources of peace and spirituality. During the Han dynasty, the principle of Confucianism was also mixed with more materialistic Legalism aspects.
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