Prof S.Narayana Aiyar describes his experience as an Assistant Engineer at the Bombay Telephonic Company Ltd in the following booklet titled “Limitations in Nationalism.” He recognised the administrative flaws in a government-run management system when the efficiency rate of the services provided dropped dramatically. The author emphasises that nationalisation frequently results in an increase in costs and a decrease in services because the temporary nature of work decreases dramatically. It was a long process, but in practically every government setting, honest work for pay was gradually replaced by paper pushing. Various examples indicated that a well-managed private organisation would have gotten about 5 times the outcome for a fifth of the overall cost. The author emphasises the importance of the private sector having exclusive rights to handle all commercial, industrial, and public utility services in the country, particularly in the domain of administration, for the sake of the economy and public interest. The author goes on to say that government agencies are unsuitable for trade, manufacturing, and public utility service operations, and that private institutions, on the other hand, are best suited for such activities. As a result, the key to completing all of the work efficiently is to create autonomous units with separated items of work, long-term contracts, and action independence rather than to run everything via a single organisation.