We all have at least once argued with a sarkari employee. Be it in the bank, registration office or the licensing authority. And almost half of us have had a bad experience dealing with them. But hey, you don’t have to be bad at getting your work done. You just need to know how to deal with that typical sarkari worker, who’s least interested in clearing any file or accepting any application.
Now, you will not find such insanely Indian stuff on Wikihow, but at Khurki – you get it all. Yes they are sitting there for you, but you don’t have to be part of some campaign to make them do their work properly. So, we give you some simple tips on getting your work done without waiting for the system to improve. Here are the things that you should never do while dealing with a sarkari employee…
You are not in that particular office to bring about a change in the system or that particular department. Get your work done and get out of the place!
All you will get is more delay! Simply don’t argue with a person sitting in a sarkari chair.
Teach them work
Yes, one big mistake people often commit is trying to teach the sarkari babus their work. Don’t be stupid in doing such a thing. Success is definitely not guaranteed!
Never lose your focus, which is to get your work done. So be polite more than you can ever be.
Ask for a pen
What were you thinking before asking for a pen from a sarkari person? That’s the most common and the biggest mistake you would ever commit.
Try and ‘mess’ with their lunch time
Make sure you don’t step in the way of a government employee going for lunch. Because the best time in a government office is lunch and they are fiercely possessive about it.
Point out something nice, share something good. Must remember to make it a point to tell bank officers that their branch is better than others.
Pick a fight
You can be put behind bars for this kind of behaviour. Do not use foul language and don’t even think about fighting. Keep calm.
Ask them to be quick-er
They are using Windows XP and prefer internet Explorer. It is like trying to access YouTube on BSNL line.