Principles of Public Administration and Organizational Behaviour

Paper Code: 
PAD 201
Credits: 
3
Objective: 

a) Concept of Organization.
b) Bases of Organization.
c) Formal and Informal Organization.

7.00
Unit I: 

Principles of Administration :
i) Hierarchy
ii) Unity of Command
iii) Span of Control
iv) Delegation
v) Division of work

8.00
Unit II: 

i) Centralization and Decentralization
ii) Co-ordination
iii) Supervision
iv) Line and Staff
v) Chief Executive, Types of Political Executives : Parliamentary, Presidential, Collegiate
vi) Authority and Responsibility.

10.00
Unit III: 

Various Forms of Public Organization
i) Ministries and Department
ii) Public Enterprises : Companies, Boards and Commissions

12.00
Unit IV: 

Various Forms of Public Organization
i) Ministries and Department
ii) Public Enterprises : Companies, Boards and Commissions

8.00
Unit V: 

Organizational Behaviour
i) Communication
ii) Decision Making
iii) Leadership
iv) Morale and Motivation : McGregor and Maslow

iv) Morale and Motivation : McGregor and Maslow

Essential Readings: 

 Vishnu Bhagwan, (2005). Vidya Bhusahan, Public Administration, S. Chand & Sons Publications.

 M.P. Sharma, Sadana, Public Administration in Theory and Practice, Kitab Mahal Publications.

 Avasthi, Maheshwari, (2005). Public Administration, Laxmi Naryan Agawal.
 S.L. Goel, (2004). Public Administration Theory and Practice, Deep and Deep Publications.

 D.R. Sachdeva and Meena Sogani, Public Administration – Concept and Application, New Delhi Associated Publishing House.

 B.L. Fadia, K.L. Fadia , (2006). Administrative Theories and Concepts, Sahitya Bhawan Publications.

 Rumki Basu, Introduction to Public Administration

References: 

 Mohit Bhattacharya, Public Administration : Structure Process and Behaviour

 Felix Nigro, Modern Public Administration
 Prasad and Prasad, Administrative Thinkers, Sterling Publications.
 Amita Singh, Public Administration : Roots and Wings, New Delhi Galgotia Publishing House.

 Fred Luthans, (2005). Organizational Behaviour, Prentice Hall.
 Stephen Robbins (2006). Organizational Behaviour, McGraw Hill, Publication.