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Title      : MPS-14 Major Issues in Indian Administration
Subject      : Political Science
copyright © 2018   : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 25/354
Total Price      : Rs.      : 258
 
 
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Administration of Public Sector Enterprises in India Total views (220)  
Public Sector Enterprises (PSEs) form the basis of economic growth of the country. Starting from 5 units at the end of 1950-51, the number of Central PSEs today stands at 250. These PSEs are engaged in manufacturing activity covering a diversified portfolio (steel, minerals and metals, coal and lignite., power, petroleum, fertilizers, chemicals and pharmaceuticals, heavy engineering, medium and li ......
Pages: 13
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Importance, Growth and Forms of Public Enterprises in India Total views (225)  
The growth of the Public Sector in India has been guided by the Industrial Policy Resolution, 1956, which gave the Public Sector a strategic role in the economy. At the time of India's independence in 1947, there were various problems confronting the country; which needed to be tackled in a planned and systematic manner.
Pages: 28
Price: Rs 21   
 
Autonomy and Accountability in Public Enterprises Total views (217)  
The corporate form of organization was universally accepted as being superior to the Departmental form for Public Enterprises, because of certain advantages the former had over the latter. These advantages were expected to be two-fold: One, freedom from political control, and the other, freedom from departmental control.
Pages: 14
Price: Rs 10.5   
 
Personnel and Other Problems, Performance and Future of Public Enterprises Total views (218)  
The public sector constitutes the largest employer employing lakhs of persons doing different types of work throughout the length and breadth of the country. As employers of such large personnel, Public Sector Enterprises are expected to perform a dual role.
Pages: 19
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Civil Service - Classification and Salary Total views (219)  
The standard and efficiency of public Administration in any country depends ultimately on the caliber training and integrity of the members of the civil services. When the aim of a Political system is the establishment of a welfare state, it is evident that the functions of such a state will embrace a wide range of activities'.
Pages: 7
Price: Rs 5.25   
 
Professionalism in Civil Service, Staffing Policy & Practice Total views (219)  
The Most outstanding feature of the civil service is that it is a body of professional administrators. It, however does not mean that public administration calls for a single professional skill like welding and training. In fact it calls for diverse type of skills right from administering a district to delivering mails to citizens.
Pages: 8
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Training and Development of Civil Service Total views (218)  
Every organization needs to have well trained and experienced people to perform the activities that have to be carried out. If the current or potential job occupant can meet this requirement, then also training becomes important. it is necessary to raise the skill levels and increase the versatility and adaptability of employees.
Pages: 8
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Specialists and Generalists Dichotomy, Central Personnel Agency Total views (217)  
The firm professional Specialist refers to persons skilled in a particular area of human endeavor as a result of long training while the term generalist administrator refers to persons whose education and training were broad based and so have no special skill in a particular area of human endeavor.
Pages: 9
Price: Rs 6.75   
 
Planning and Administration Total views (217)  
Development planning for nation building began in Soviet Union in 1928. After a big world wide berate on it before the Second World War, Development Planning become widely accepted and practiced after the war in the middle of the 20th Century.
Pages: 20
Price: Rs 15   
 
The Constitutional Basis of Planning Machinery in Union and States Total views (221)  
Planning for National development is a big exercise and a long process, nay, a set of elaborate processes. It involves a huge machinery. This machinery meaning the organizational set up involved in planning processes, now exists at Union, State and Local levels.
Pages: 21
Price: Rs 15.75   
 
Planning Process Total views (218)  
In this Unit No 15 we will be focusing on the Planning Process in India. The Planning Process in a country adopting development planing depends on the nature of planning there, In Western Countries like W.K. or Germany where the nature of planning is very skeletal, the planning process is very short and have an outline nature.
Pages: 10
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Administrative Implications and Implementation and Evaluation of Planning in India Total views (226)  
Planning is essentially an administrative activity. It is a rational preparation for future action. A development plan is just this preparation for action in the Socio-economic spheres for progress and change.
Pages: 15
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Financial Administration - Importance of Financial Management Total views (224)  
Finance is the life blood of every organisation. Personnel and materials which are needed for the functioning of any office can be made available only if finance is provided. "NO FINANCE NO ADMINISTRATION".
Pages: 9
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Budget as an Instrument and as a tool of Legislative Control Total views (228)  
Budget is an instrument of financial, administration. Revenue and expenditure of the state have,been adjusted and managed properly through this instrument of Budget, A successful fiscal management revolves around budgeting.
Pages: 10
Price: Rs 7.5   
 
Budgetory Process Total views (226)  
The Budget is the most important tool of legislative control over the public purse, control over public purse enables the legislature to control the executive and the history of this control may be broadly identified with the evolution of democracy itself.
Pages: 12
Price: Rs 9   
 
Financial Committees of Parliament Total views (226)  
In a democracy the legislature has the supreme authority with regard to the financial policy and hence determines the raising and spending of money. The Function of the legislature is not over with the voting of grants for public expenditure.
Pages: 12
Price: Rs 9   
 
Accounts and Audit Total views (224)  
The Administrative Structure of a state is so vast and its operations so complex that it is impossible for an ordinary tax payer to know whether the money contributed by him for running the administration of the state is being properly used or not.
Pages: 17
Price: Rs 12.75   
 
Performance Budgeting - A Case for Performance Budgeting in India Total views (222)  
The thriving significance of budget reforms has been a hallmark of many newly independent developing countries since the early 1950. Most of the state were in search of budget mechanisms that could, respond to their changing political and economic conditions.
Pages: 13
Price: Rs 9.75   
 
Union - State Relations - Constitutional Position Total views (224)  
This unit is designed with an objective to familiarize you about the Union-State Relations in India, and its constitutional position. After going through this unit you should be able to understand; Nature of Union-State relations in India. Its constitutional position.
Pages: 14
Price: Rs 10.5   
 
Problems and Trends in Union - State Relations Total views (224)  
This unit is designed with an objective to familiarize you about the problems and trends in Union-State relations in India. k t us also see and understand where the trends which are emerging in this area are taking Union-State relations in India in the globalized context.
Pages: 16
Price: Rs 12   
 
Control Over Administration - Ministerial Control Total views (227)  
Administration has always taken an upper hand over the political executives in India, who are temporarily in and out of the office and also because. the 'democratic' form of governance has its faith in the inherent 'wisdom' of the elected representatives as against the 'literate' wisdom.
Pages: 11
Price: Rs 8.25   
 
Institutional Framework of Indian Administration Total views (228)  
This Unit gives an overall picture of the institutional frame work of the Indian Administration. It deals first with the philosophical foundation provided by the Constitution of India, which provides an edifice on which the administrative system is built. Second, it deals the importance of fundamental rights guaranteed to every citizen protecting and safeguarding which becomes the ultimate goal of ......
Pages: 19
Price: Rs 14.25   
 
Development of Indian Administration since Independence and Challenges to the Indian Administration in the Context of Development Total views (220)  
Administration is not a stagnant concept. It changes according to the changes in time and space. In this unit, students will study the important stags in the development of administration since independence. The objective here is also to enable you to understand and appreciate the challenges to the administration in the context of development.
Pages: 17
Price: Rs 12.75   
 
Organization and Functions of The Central Secretariat Total views (221)  
In this Unit focus would be on studying the organization, powers and functions of Central Secretariat. The Government of India is divided at the highest level into Ministries and Departments for purpose of administration. These Ministries and Departments taken together constitute the Central Secretariat.
Pages: 16
Price: Rs 12   
 
Political Executive And Civil Service Total views (225)  
The parliamentary system of Government in India brought forth the problem of the appropriate relations between the political and permanent executive i.e. Ministers and Civil Servants.
Pages: 16
Price: Rs 12   
 


 
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