Structure of Indian Administration

Paper Code: 
PAD 102
Credits: 
03
Contact Hours: 
45.00
Max. Marks: 
100.00
Objective: 

This paper orients the students towards the applied aspect of the subject and basic frame work of Indian Administration. It explores the working of nodal bodies of Indian Administration.

Semester – I

The Structures of Indian Administration

Paper Code: PAD 102

Credits: 03

MM: 100 (C.A.30% & S.E.E 70%)

 

Objectives: 

This paper orients the students towards the applied aspect of the subject and basic frame work of Indian Administration. It explores the working of nodal bodies of Indian Administration.

Unit I:                                                                                                             Contact hrs: 08

Historical Background of Indian Administration with Special Reference to the influence of British Administration.
Salient Features of Indian Administration.

Unit II:                                                                                                           Contact hrs: 08

 Union Executive:

  • Role of Indian President – Powers and Functions.
  • Prime Minister and Council of Ministers.
  • Relationship between President and Prime Minister.

 

Unit III:                                                                                                          Contact hrs: 10          Organization and Functions of:

  • Cabinet Secretariat.
  • Central Secretariat : Ministries, Attached and Subordinate offices
  • Central Staffing Scheme, Directorate & Secretariat Relationship
  • Prime Ministers Office

 

Unit IV:                                                                                                          Contact hrs: 09

Organization and Working of the following:

  • Ministry of Home Affairs
  • Ministry of Personnel Administration
  • Ministry of Personnel Administration, Public Grievances and Pensions.
     

Unit V:                                                                                                           Contact hrs: 10

Issues in Indian Administration.

Problem of Corruption – Causes of Corruption

Machinery to combat corruption with special reference to Lokpal and Lokayukta

Ministers - Civil Servant relationship.

Specialist- Generalist relationship.

 

 

Total Contact Hrs / Semester                          :                       45

 

 

Books & References

Essential Readings:

Ø Ramesh Arora & Rajni Goel, (1996). Indian Public Administration, Vishaw Prakashan.

Ø S.R. Maheshwari, (2005). Indian Administration Orient Longman.

Ø Avasthi and Avasthi, Indian Administration,

Ø P. Sharan, Public Administration in India,

Ø Hoshiar Singh, Public Administration in India

 

Suggested Readings: 

Ø R.K. Sapru, Indian Administration

Ø S.L. Goel, Financial Administration of India

Ø S.R. Maheshwari, (2005). History of Indian Administration, Orient Longman.

Ø B.L. Fadia, (2006) Public Administration in India ,Sahitya Bhawan Publications.

Ø P L. Sanjiv Reddy : Issues and Themes in Indian Administration.

Ø Mohit Bhattacharya, (2005). Indian Administration, World Press.

Ø Relevant Report of II ARC

 

 

 

 

 

 

8.00
Unit I: 

a) Historical Background of Indian Administration with Special Reference to the influence of British Administration. b) Salient Features of Indian Administration.

8.00
Unit II: 

* Union Executive : a) Role of Indian President – Powers and Functions. b) Prime Minister and Council of Ministers. c) Relationship between President and Prime Minister.

10.00
Unit III: 

* Organization and Functions of : a) Cabinet Secretariat. b) Central Secretariat : Ministries, Attached and Subordinate offices. c) Central Staffing Scheme d) Prime Ministers Office

8.00
Unit IV: 

* Working and Organization of the following : a) Ministry of Home Affairs : b) Ministry of Personnel Administration, Public Grievances and Pensions.

11.00
Unit V: 

Issues in Indian Administration. i) Problem of Corruption - Causes of Corruption ii) Machinery to combat corruption with special reference to Lokayukta and Lokpal. iii) Ministers and Civil Servant relationship. iii) Specialist and generalist relationship.

Essential Readings: 

 Ramesh Arora & Rajni Goel, (1996). Indian Public Administration, Vishaw Prakashan.  S.R. Maheshwari, (2005). Indian Administration Orient Longman.  Avasthi and Avasthi, Indian Administration,  P. Sharan, Public Administration in India,  Hoshiar Singh, Public Administration in India

References: 

 R.K. Sapru, Indian Administration  S.L. Goel, Financial Administration of India  S.R. Maheshwari, (2005). History of Indian Administration, Orient Longman.  B.L. Fadia, (2006) Public Administration in India Sahitya Bhawan Publications.  P L. Sanjiv Reddy : Issues and Themes in Indian Administration.  Mohit Bhattacharya, (2005). Indian Administration, World Press.  Relevant Report of II ARC