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Public Administration

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For the Aspirants of Civil Services - Central and State, Honours and Postgraduate Students of Different Indian Universities.
Description
This well-researched and well-received book, now in its Twenty-Third Edition, has been thoroughly updated and conscientiously revised in the light of in-depth studies, analytical researches and the latest explorations. It discusses principles, tools, organisation, types and management of Public Administration in an easy-to-understand language.
Beginning with an introduction to the subject, the book discusses general aspects of administration—principles, tools, structure and organisation. Then it goes on the discuss management, of administration, i.e. leadership, policy formation, decision-making, planning, coordination, delegation and communication, supervision and public relations. Furthermore, it describes personnel administration, i.e. civil servants and their role, problems of personnel organisation, recruitment of personnel; their training; promotion; advancement; transfer, etc. Besides, the book discusses administrative procedure and improvement, administrative law and adjudication, financial administration and control over administration. The book concludes with a discussion on local administration—Panchayati Raj, community project administration, district administration and municipal government in India.
It also incorporates recommendations of the Reports of A.D. Gorwala, Appleby, Administrative Reforms Commission and Satish Chandra Expert Committee (1989).
The book is intended for Undergraduate (Hons.) and Postgraduate students of Public Administration. Besides, it would also be useful to the aspirants of Civil Services.
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Contents
PART I INTRODUCTION
1.  Meaning, Nature and Scope of Public Administration
2.  Importance of Public Administration
3.  Public Administration and Other Social Sciences
4.  New Dimensions of Public Administration
PART II ORGANIZATION IN GENERAL
5.  General Aspects of Administration
6.  Principles and Tools of Administration
7.  Legislature as a Board of directors
8.  The Chief Executive as General Manager
PART III ORGANIZATION—PRINCIPLES AND STRUCTURE
9.  Organisation and its Principles
10.  Staff, Line and Auxiliary Agencies
11.  Organization of Department
12.  The Bureau and Board or Commission
13.  Field Establishments
14.  Public Enterprises
15.  Independent Regulatory Commissions
PART IV MANAGEMENT
16.  Management—A Conceptual Analysis
17.  Leadership
18.  Policy-formation
19.  Decision-Making
20.  Planning
21.  Coordination
22.  Delegation and Communication
23.  Supervision
24.  Public Relations
PART V PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION
25.  Civil Servants and Their Role
26.  Problems of Personnel Organisation
27.  Recruitment of Personnel Training
29.  Promotion, Advancement, Transfer
30.  Public Employees Organizations
31.  Economic Civil Service in India—Need and Evolution
32.  Corruption in Public Services
33.  Generalist v/s Specialist                      
PART VI ADMINISTRATIVE IMPROVEMENT
34.  Administrative Procedure
35.  Organization and Method (O and M)
PART VII ADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND ADJUDICATION
36.  Administrative Legislation
37.  Delegated Legislation
38.  Administrative Adjudication
PART VIIl FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION
39.  Administration and Finance
40.  The Budget
41.  The Finance Ministry
42.  Budgetary Process in India
43.  Parliamentary Control over Finances—Accounting and Audit
44.  Parliamentary Control over Finances—Financial Committees
PART IX CONTROL OVER ADMINISTRATION
45.  Control over Administration
46.  Citizen and Administration
PART X LOCAL ADMINISTRATION
47.  State Local Relations
48.  Panchayati Raj
49.  Community Project Administration
50.  District Administration
51.  Municipal Government in India
Appendix I
Appendix II 
Appendix III
Appendix IV
Most Selected Bibliography
Index
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Author Details
Dr . Vishnoo Bhagwan : M.A., Ph.D., H.E.S. (I), Joint director of Higher Education Haryana (Retd.)
Dr. Vidya Bhushan : M.A., Ph.D., H.E.S. (I), Joint director of Higher Education Haryana (Retd.)
Dr. Vandana Mohla : Ph.D (Delhi), Associate Professor KLMDN College for Women, Faridabad.
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