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On the contrary, making personal notes will make life easy. Introduction a. Just do a reading to see that you are not missing something important. Administrative Thought a. Classical Theory- Mohit Bhattacharya c. Functions of the Executive C. Barnard - Chapter on Barnard by Prasad and Prasad.
Concept Publicsher New Delhi — Unit 3: performance budgeting — concept, objectives, Characteristics, stages, advantages and problems.
Unit 4: Control over Financial administration, Accounts and Audit, Parliamentary, executive and popular control. Thavarajan, Financial Management of Government, S. Chand and Co. Thavarajan and K. New 3.
Debendra K. Sapru, R. Unit 3: Financial Resources of Panchayati Raj Institutions with special reference to karantakarecommendations of the State Finance commissions, problems of financial automomy.
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Singhvi Committee. Unit 5: Problems of Panchayati Raj Institutions in India — Relationship between State Government and Panchayati Raj Institutions, relationship between elected representatives and administrators of Panchayati Raj Institutions, mobilization of resources, financial autonomy.
Unit 4: Democracy vs. Bureaucracy, Ruling Bureaucracy and Representative Bureaucracy. Unit 5: Role of Bureaucracy in Development with special reference to developed and developing countries. Martin Albrow, Bureaucracy, Macmillan, London, Marshall W.
New 5. Unit 5: New Public Management- emerging trends- Discipline In resource uses and management practices, etc. Unit 2: Emerging Approaches in Disaster Management — preparedness, prevention, mitigation and rehabilitation.
Unit 3: Public Administration for disaster management — need for effective public administration for disaster management, streamlining administration, effective preparedness, participation and cooperation of people, concern for people, prompt and fast administration, difference between good and poor administration. Unit 4: Types of Disasters — earthquakes, Tsunami, cyclones, floods, drought, accidents. Unit 5: Coalition politics in India- role of regional political parties, role of pressure and interest groups in Indian politics.
Books of Reference 1. Y Pylee, constitutional government in india, S. Specialist Controversy, Committed and Neutral Bureaucracy. Unit 5: Central- State relationship, Administrative relationship, financial relationship.
Wadhwani and R. Shailendra D. Wilson and P. Unit 2:Theoretical Underpinnings — New right philosophy, public choice theory, principal-agent theory, transaction cost theory. Sharpe, York and London, Peter Self, Government by the Market? Unit 2: Elements and Requirements of good governance — Key elements in good governance, Requirements — Political and administrative requirements, Reforms for good governance.
Unit 2: Relation between political and permanent executives, ethics and values in public service, corruption and administration, Lokpal and Lokayukta. Arora, Ed. Unit 3: Formulation of Public Policy — role of cabinet, Bureaucracy, political parties and interest groups, civil society Unit 4: Implementation and evaluation of public policies : role of various agencies — Cabinet, Boards and Commissions Central advisory and mass media. Ganapathy et al. Kuldeep Mathur and J.
What was Kautilya talking about? What was weber talking about? How are their ideas related? And then you structure a good answer out of it. Gemstone Mining from Standard Reference Books Dynamic questions are generally derived from some random sentences given in the standard reference books. So whenever you read a book containing some analytical or philosophical idea about the topic, try to dig gemstones from it, and note it down.
Suppose you read 10 books in the span of four months, it is impossible to do another in-depth reading of the same books before 2 weeks of the mains exam. Besides have to prepare general studies and other optional subject.
Consider this example Indicate the milestones in the story of development from Nehruvian model to the Liberalisation Model. Mains Paper 1 On the first hand it looks like a static question, just list down changing approaches of five-year plans over the years, then LPG etc.
Roads, buildings, dams, fertilizer, wheat, rice, these are the targets; development meant to direct it planned activities to produce or construct these things. Then you dress it up with Changing approaches in Five years plans etc. Now what does this mean?
The strategy adopted by coaching factories of Delhi is something like this: Heavy emphasis on Static topics of syllabus Thinkers, Theories, personnel, Financial administration et al combined with tonnes of mock-test answer writing preparation. And even from the core topics they are asking very unusual questions. What happens to Innocent Bystander in Action movies?
They get killed during the car chase of hero and villain. Whether it is Public Administration, or general studies, prelims or mains, innocent bystanders always suffer the most.
Some of you might have first-hand experience of this.