Public Administration In India

Author by : S.R. Maheshwari
Languange : en
Publisher by : Oxford University Press
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Description : This book is about public administration in India, which is often synonymous with the role and performance of the Indian Administrative Service (IAS). The author stresses the indispensability of the civil service in a democratic polity like India and the decisive role it plays in assisting with the social and economic development of the country. He also examines the corruption in the bureaucracy and the question of ethics and morality and analyses elaborate and competitive recruitment process of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) of India.


Public Administration In India

Author by : R. B. Jain
Languange : en
Publisher by : Deep and Deep Publications
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Recasting Public Administration In India

Author by : Kuldeep Mathur
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Description : This book is an important contribution to critical literature on public administration in India. It examines efforts at administrative reforms and the shifts that created new institutions and practices that are being planted on the existing foundations inherited from colonial rule. The book argues that hybrid architecture for delivering public goods and services has been the most significant transformation to be institutionalized in the current era. This is marked bythe blurred boundaries between public values of access and equity and the interests of private profit, as well as the erosion of democratic accountability.


Public Administration In India

Author by : Ramesh Kumar Arora
Languange : en
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Public Administration In India

Author by : Rumki Basu
Languange : en
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Indian Administration

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Languange : en
Publisher by : Pearson Education India
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Description : Indian Administration is a critical and analytical guide to all the important aspects of public administration in India. Based on books, journals, notes, files and government reports in the field, it examines the government and the administration at every level and tier. Its wide coverage includes all the major landmarks in the evolution of Indian administration, panchayati raj and urban local government after the constitutionalization of local government in India, as well as district planning and the District Planning Committee. It also addresses the issues plaguing our bureaucracy, making fu.


Public Administration In India

Author by : Krishna K Tummala
Languange : en
Publisher by : Allied Publishers
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Public Administration In India

Author by : Parmatma Sharan
Languange : en
Publisher by : Meerut : Meenakshi Prakashan
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Public Administration In India

Author by : Paul Henson Appleby
Languange : en
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Public Administration In South Asia

Author by : Meghna Sabharwal
Languange : en
Publisher by : CRC Press
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Description : A state-of-the-art, one-stop resource, Public Administration in South Asia: India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan examines public administration issues and advances in the Indian subcontinent. The book fulfills a critical need. These nations have the largest public administration programs in South Asia, yet existing knowledge on them is fragmented at best. Bringing together leading scholars from these countries, this book provides both an insider perspective and a scholarly look at the challenges and accomplishments in the region. Focusing on the machinery of government, the book explores questions such as: What is the history of public administration development? How are major decisions made in the agencies? Why are anti-corruption efforts so much a challenge? What is the significance of intergovernmental relations? What is the success of administrative reform? What are examples of successful social development programs? How successful is e-government, and what are its challenges? Why is civil service reform difficult to achieve? How is freedom of information being used as a means to combat corruption and invoke grassroots activism? What can be learned from the successes and failures? While public administration practice and education have become considerably professionalized in the last decade, a sufficiently in-depth and well-rounded reference on public administration in these countries is sorely lacking. Most available books tackle only aspects of public administration such as administrative reforms, civil service, economic developments, or public policy, and are country specific. None provide the in-depth analysis of the sphere of public action in South Asia found in this book. It supplies an understanding of how public administration can be either the source of, or solution to, so many of the problems and achievements in the Indian subcontinent.


Indian Public Administration

Author by : Ramesh Kumar Arora
Languange : en
Publisher by : New Age International
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Public Administration

Author by : Laxmikanth
Languange : en
Publisher by : Tata McGraw-Hill Education
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Public Administration In India

Author by : Shriram Maheshwari
Languange : en
Publisher by : MacMillan Publishers India Limited
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Description : This book deals with the theory and practice of public administration in India. It traces the evolution of administrative thought from days of Kautilya through the Mughal and British periods to the system enshrined in the Constitution of free India. The book delineates the physical structures of the Indian administrative systems the bureaucracy, secretariat, land revenue system, tribal administration, panchayati raj and the municipal government.


Public Administration In The 21st Century

Author by : Rumki Basu
Languange : en
Publisher by : Taylor & Francis
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Description : Public Administration has experienced a fundamental rethinking of its basic objectives, concepts and theories during the 21st century. This book examines the transformations happening in global societies, the economy and in politics, to trace the trajectory of public administration as an academic discipline as well as being a focus of social science research. It presents a reassessment of governance in heterogenous developing countries that goes beyond the traditional Weberian bureaucratic model, toward new models of organization and management, informed by their legal, constitutional, economic and political needs, aspirations and ground realities. This is especially important in relation to the marginalized sections of society that primarily rely on citizen entitlements through public service delivery systems. The author looks at widening the range and scope of public administrative agencies with the gradual cooperation of multiple actors, such as the civil society, people at large and even the private sector, in a partnering role. The author revisits the discipline to tackle intellectual dilemmas that current governance theories and practices are confronting, or will have to confront in future administrative situations. There will be key discussions on mandates and challenges for the state regarding the rising South; this book will be indispensable to scholars and researchers of politics, especially governance and public policy, sociology and development studies. It will also be of interest to bureaucrats, NGOs and government officials.


Indian Administration

Author by : Radhakrishan Sapru
Languange : en
Publisher by : SAGE Publications Pvt. Limited
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Description : Indian Administration: A Foundation of Governance offers a modern introduction to the structure and functioning of Indian public administration. The text has been developed keeping in mind the various conceptual shifts in the idea and practice of governance and its effects at both domestic and global levels. It analyses the fundamentals of Indian administration and its multiple aspects through the lens of public administration theories and practices. Beginning with the evolutionary stages of administrative functions in independent India, the book elaborately traces the role of the Constitution in creating the framework for good governance. It provides critical insights into the development of local governance in India, the crucial relationship between the elected representatives and civil servants, the role of ethics in governance and the much debated aspects of social welfare administration. This comprehensive textbook will be an indispensable companion to the students of public administration, political science, and UGC NET and civil services aspirants. Key Features • Analytical approach in examining the fundamental themes and key issues in Indian administration. • Theoretical and practical aspects of administration and governance explained in an easy-to-understand manner • Special focus on social welfare administration, administrative reforms and local governance


Public Administration In India

Author by : SARKAR, SIULI
Languange : en
Publisher by : PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
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Description : The book presents an updated analysis of the public administrative system existing in India, covering different administrative structures as well as functions at the Central, State, district and local levels of our country. NEW TO THE SECOND EDITION • A thorough discussion on the structure of the civil services • Functions and roles of the— President, Prime Minister, Council of Ministers, Finance, Home and External Affairs Ministries, and Central Secretariat • Roles of the State administration with special emphasis on the—Governor, Chief Minister, Chief Secretary, State Secretariat, and District Collector • Thorough analysis of the local self governments at the rural and urban areas of India • Women's participation in the rural local self government. • Explain financial administration, welfare administration, citizens and administration, and major Indian committees and commissions • Discusses issues such as Personnel Administration, Administration of Law and Order, Information Technology, Human Rights, Globalisation and Civil Society, etc. • Detailed analyses of Kolkata Municipal Corporation, Changing Nature of Planning—NITI Aayog, MGNREGA, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA), NRHM, Gender and Administration • A new chapter on 'Some Recent Developments in the Concept of Administration' (Chapter 16). TARGET AUDIENCE Ø B.A. Political Science Ø M.A. Political Science Ø Civil Services Aspirants


Indian Administration 2 Vols Set

Author by : N. Jayapalan
Languange : en
Publisher by : Atlantic Publishers & Distri
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Description : The Book Offers A Comprehensive Overview Of The Indian Administration From Its Evolution In The Ancient Times To The Present Day Mammoth Indian Administration System. It Covers The Political, Social, Economic, Cultural And Constitutional Environment, Important Features Of Indian Polity, Political Executive, Central Secretariat, Central Ministries And Departments, Executive Agencies, Boards And Commissions, Constitutional Authorities, Administrative Reforms, Accountability Of Public Administration And Citizen And Administration In Detail. Moreover, A Clear Exposition Is Given Of Public Service, Fundamental Issues In Indian Administration, Centre-State Relations, Financial Administration, State Administration, District Administration, Role Of Special Agencies, State Services, Planning At The District Level, Local Self-Government Including Urban And Recent Thinking On Local Self-Government. The Last Chapter Illustrates A Clear Picture Of The Summary Of The Administrative Reforms Commission Report. The Book Is Designed To Meet The Requirements Of The Students Of Today The Statesmen And Administrators Of Tomorrow.


Public Administration

Author by : K. K. Puri
Languange : en
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Indian Administration Sixth Edition

Author by : Maheshwari
Languange : en
Publisher by : Orient Blackswan
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Description : This edition of Indian Administration is completely revised and updated text. Chapters have been enlarged and rewritten. Fresh chapters have been added on Planning and Audit, making this the most comprehensive treatise on Indian administration today. This is a recommended text for undergraduate students of both political science and public administration.


Theory Of Public Administration

Author by : Raj Kumar Pruthi
Languange : en
Publisher by : Discovery Publishing House
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Description : Contents: Theory of Public Administration, Definition of Administration, Nature, Scope and Importance of Public Administration, Methodology, Basic Principles of Public Administration, The Principles of Administration, Administrative Science and Other Social Science, Development Administration, Comparative Public Administration, International Public Administration, State of Public Administration in India Today, Perspectives on Public Administration for the 21st Century, Administrative Reorganisation in India: Some Strategic Issues, New Public Management: Challenges and Issues in an international Perspective.


Glimpses Of Indian Public Administration A Saga Of Wasted Years

Author by : Ravi K Jerath (I a S )
Languange : en
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Description : The book contains an eye witness account of the author's forty two years long experience in government service during which he had seen gradual decline of the service which was once known as "Steel Frame of India" and has now been reduced to a "Hollow, Shallow and Moth eaten bamboo frame of India" by the political executive rendering permanent executive almost demoralized and sulking making governance rather extremely difficult indeed. This decline had accelerated from June 1975, when internal emergency was imposed and political executive had sent a clear cut message to the permanent executive to either bend or brake and the bureaucracy started begging, bending and crawling, when the Babus were only told to bend, in a mad race to pick up the cherry from the cake.The book starts with the History of Civil services in India from 1757 (Battle of Plassey/ Battle of Tarpal) and delves in detail about the present working culture in India, the level of corruption, especially at the gross root and cutting edge level, thus making the life of a common citizen very hard and difficult indeed. The present day evils like supersessions, gross indiscipline in government offices, total demise of official hierarchy, role of lavish hospitality and dinner diplomacy, Revenue and financial mal-administration and playing with tax payers money, gross misuse and abuse of discretion by both the political and permanent executive in matters of appointments, transfers, postings and promotions, to grant out of the way favors to the blue eyed people in gross violation of rules and almost total eclipsing of permanent executive by the political executive has been well documented in this book. The book, which has been primarily written for future aspirants of civil services, their parents, students and teachers of public administration vividly highlights as to how in India the Public administration operates on the ground as against what is taught in the class rooms in colleges and universities. The book has also recorded current controversies confronting the higher judiciary and the role of cordial relations between the Armed forces and the Distt. administration along with a happy note that with in the available space, a sincere civil servant can still do wonders in addressing the genuine grievances of the people and earn their gratitude, blessings and tremendous professional satisfaction.


Recasting Public Administration In India

Author by : Kuldeep Mathur
Languange : en
Publisher by : Oxford University Press
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Description : Ever since a democratic system of government was adopted and a strategy of planned economic development was launched in India, the planners were quite conscious of the need for an administrative system different from the colonial one to implement the planned objective of development. Kuldeep Mathur, in this volume, examines these administrative reforms and provides a magisterial account of the changes in the institutional process of public administration. The introduction of neoliberal policies revived concerns about reform and change, thereby giving rise to a new vocabulary in the discourse of public administration. The conventional world of public administration was now expected to adopt management practices of the private sector and interact with it to achieve public policy goals. New institutions are now being layered on traditional ones, and India is becoming a recipient of managerial ideas whose efficacy has yet to be tested on Indian soil. In light of the aforementioned changes, this volume argues that hybrid architecture for delivering public goods and services has been the most significant transformation to be institutionalized in the current era and critiques the neoliberal transformation from within a mainstream public administration perspective.


Public Administration In India

Author by : Padma Ramachandran
Languange : en
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Description : Traces the history of public administration in india from ancient to contemporary times.Written in an easy and direct style, the book meets the needs of both the layperson and student. Aaalso a handy guide for aspirants entrants to the civil services.


Public Administration In India

Author by : Hoshiar Singh
Languange : en
Publisher by : Stosius Incorporated/Advent Books Division
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Public Administration In India

Author by : Sri Ram Sharma
Languange : en
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Public Administration In India

Author by : Parmatma Sharan
Languange : en
Publisher by : Meerut : Meenakshi Prakashan
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