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PAPER-I-Administrative Theory 

I. Basic concept: 

  1. Meaning, 
  2. Scope and 
  3. significance of Public Administation; 

Evalution of Pubic Administration as discipline 

  1. New Public Admn.,
  2.  New Public Management and 
  3. New Public Services, 
  4. Public and Private Administration; 
  5. its role in developed and developing societies; 

Ecology of Administration-Social Political, Economic and Culture. 

II. Theories ofAdministration: 

  1. Classical theory (Henri Fayol, Luther Gulick and others); 
  2. Scientific management (Taylor and his associates): 
  3. Bureaucreatic theory (Max Weber and his critics); 
  4. Human Relations theory (Elton Mayo and his colleagues); 
  5. Systems approach (Chester Bamard). 

III. Principles of Organisation: 

  1. Hierarchy; 
  2. Unity of Command, 
  3. Span of Control, 
  4. Power, Authority and Responsibility. 
  5. Coordination; 
  6. Communication, 
  7. Supervision, 
  8. Centralisation, 
  9. Decentralisation and Delegation. 

IV. Administrative Behaviour: 

  1. Decision Making with special reference to the contribution of Herbert Simon, 
  2. Theories of Communication, 
  3. Morale, Motivation and Leadership. 

V. Structure of Organisation: 

  1. Chief Executive and his/her functions Line, 
  2. Staff and Auxiliary Agencies, 
  3. Departments, 
  4. Corporation, 
  5. Companies, 
  6. Boards and Commissions, 
  7. Headquarters and field relationship. 

VI. Personnel Administration: 

  1. Bureaucracy and Civil Services, 
  2. Classification, 
  3. Recruitment, 
  4. Training, 
  5. Career Development, 
  6. Performance Appraisal, 
  7. Promotion; 
  8. Pay Structuring; 
  9. Service conditions; 
  10. Integrity and Discipline, 
  11. Employer-Employee realations; 
  12. Retirement benefits; 
  13. Generalists and Specialists; 
  14. Neutrality and Anoymity. 

VII. Financial Administration: 

  1. Concepts of Budget, 
  2. Preparation, 
  3. enactment and execution of the Budget; 
  4. Performance Budgeting, 
  5. Zero Base Budgeting, 
  6. Accounts and Audit. 

VIII. Accountability and Control: 

  1. Concepts of Accountability and control, 
  2. Control over Administration; 
  3. Legislative, Executive, Judicial and Citizen control. 

IX. Administrative Reforms: 

  1. Concepts and processes, 
  2. O & M, Work study and its techniques, 
  3. Problems and prospects. 

X. Administrative Law: 

  1. Concepts and significance, 
  2. Delegated Legislation, 
  3. Meaning, types, advantages, 
  4. limitations and safeguards,
  5. Administrative Tribunals. 

XI. Comparative and Development Administration: 

  1. Meaning, nature and scope; 
  2. Contribution of Fred Riggs with special reference to the Prismatic-Sala Model; 
  3. Concepts Scope and significance of development Administration, 
  4. Political, Economic and sociocultural context of Development Administration, 
  5. Concepts ofAdministrative Development. 

XII. Public Policy: 

  1. Concepts and significance, 
  2. Theories of public, public policy formulation, execution and evaluation.


I. Evolution of Indian Administration: Major Characteristics of 

  1. Mauryan, 
  2. Mughal and 
  3. British Periods. 

II. Constitutional Setting: 

  1. Parliamentary Democracy; 
  2. Federalism; 
  3. Secularism, 
  4. Socialism. 

III. Poitical Executive at the Union Level: 

  1. President, 
  2. Prime Minister, 
  3. Council of Ministers: 
  4. Cabinet Committees. 

IV. Structure of control Administration: 

  1. Central Secretariat; 
  2. Cabinet secretariat Ministries and Departments, 
  3. Boards and Commissions, 
  4. Field Organizations. 

V. Central- State Relations: 

  1. Legislative,
  2. Administrative and 
  3. Financial. 

VI. Public Services:

  1. All India, Central and State Services. 
  2. Union and State Public Service Commissions: 
  3. Training of Civil Servants. 

VII. Machinary for Planning: 

  1. Plan formulation at the national level; 
  2. NITI Aayog, 
  3. National Development Council, 
  4. Planning Machinery at the State and District levels. 

VIII. Public Sector Undertakings: 

  1. Forms, 
  2. Top-level Managements, 
  3. control and Problems. 

IX. Control over Public Expenditure: 

  1. Parliamentary Control; 
  2. Role of the Finance Ministry, 
  3. Comptroller and Auditor General. 

X. Administration of Law and Order: 

Role of Central and State Agencies in Maintenance of Law and Order. 

XI. State Administration: 

  1. Governor, 
  2. Chief Minister, 
  3. Council of Ministers, 
  4. Chief Secretary, 
  5. Secretariat; 
  6. Directorates. 

XII. District Administration: 

  1. Role and importance, 
  2. District Magistate / Collector, 
  3. Land Revenue, 
  4. Law and Order and Developmental functions, 
  5. District Rural Development Angency, 
  6. Special Programmes of RuralAreas. 

XIII. Local Administration: 

  1. Panchayti Raj and Urban Local Government, 
  2. Features, 
  3. forms and problems,
  4. Autonomy of Local Bodies. 

XIV. Administration for Welfare: 

  1. Administration for the welfare of weaker sections with particular reference to Scheduled Castes, 
  2. Scheduled Tribes; 
  3. Programme for the welfare of Women. 

XV. IssueAreas in IndianAdministration: 

  1. Relationship between political and permanent Executives, 
  2. Generalists and Specialists in Administration, 
  3. Integrity in Administration, 
  4. People's Participation in Administration, 
  5. Redressal of Citizen's Grievances; 
  6. Lok Pal and LokAyuktas;
  7. Administration Reforms in India
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