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IGNOU-BA Political. Science : Public Administration:- This book is a complete study material for UPSC, Civil Services aspirants.study material provide best material and printed notes of handwritten notes(softcopy).these notes are help to improve capacity and score more and more.

IGNOU BA PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PRINTED MATERIAL study material consists of 6 thick booklets Renowned coaching institutes recommends this material for UPSC preparation having Public administration as an optional.

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IGNOU- BA Public Administration Printed Notes

IGNOU-BA Political. Science : Public Administration:- This book is a complete study material for UPSC, Civil Services aspirants.study material provide best material and printed notes of handwritten notes(softcopy).these notes are help to improve capacity and score more and more.

IGNOU BA PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PRINTED MATERIAL study material consists of 6 thick booklets Renowned coaching institutes recommends this material for UPSC preparation having Public administration as an optional.

IGNOU BA Public Administration Printed Material some clues are given below..

EPA01- Administrative Theory 

Unit 1 – Public Administration : Meaning & Scope

Unit 2 – Importance of Public Administration

Unit 3 – Public Administration & other Social Sciences

Unit 4 – Evolution of Public Administration

Unit 5 – Comparative  Public Administration

Unit 6 – Development Administration

Unit 7 –  NPA

Unit 8 – Classical Approach Luther Gulick & Lyndall Urwick

Unit 9 – Scientific Management -F.W. Taylor

Unit 10 – Human Rational Approach – Elton Mayo

Unit 11 –  System  Approach- Chester Barnard

Unit 12 – Behavioral  Approach- Herbert Simon

Unit -13 – Social Psychological Approach

Unit 14 – Ecological Approach – F W Riggs

Unit 15 – Meaning of Bureaucracy

Unit 16 – Max Weber

Unit 17- Karl Marx

Unit 18 – Preoperative Bureaucracy

Unit 19 – Issues in  Bureaucracy

Unit 20 – Formal & Informal Organisations

Unit 21- Division of work & Coordination

Unit 22- Hierarchy

Unit 23 – Span in control

Unit 24 –  Unity of command

Unit 25 – Centralization & Decentralization

Unit 26 – Delegation

Unit 27 – Subervibsion

Unit 28 – Communication

Unit 29 – Administrative Planning

Unit 30 – Authority & Responsibility

Unit 31- Leadership

Unit 32 – Chief Executive

Unit 33 – Line Agencies

Unit 34 – Staff & Auxiliary Agencies

Unit 35 – Budgeting

Unit 36 – Accountability

Unit 37 – Citizen & Administration

Unit 38 – Organisational Effectiveness

Unit 39 – Administrative Theory – An Evolution

EPA03 – Development Administration 

Unit 1- Development Administration:Concept & meaning

Unit 2 –   Scope And Significance

Unit 3 – Evolution

Unit 4 – Growth of Development Administration

Unit 5 – India’s Socio-economic Profile at independence

Unit 6 – Mixed economy model and it’s rational and significance

Unit 7 – Role of Planning

Unit 8 – Goals of development

Unit 9 – Planning commission and national development council

Unit 10 – State Planning machinery

Unit 11 – District Planning

Unit 12 – Grass roots planning

Unit 13 – Role of bureaucracy

Unit 14 – Colonial heritage of indian bureaucracy

Unit 15 – Social Background of indian bureaucracy

Unit 16 – Neutral versus committed bureaucracy

Unit 17 – Bureaucrats and politicians and their relationship

Unit 18 – Enhancing Bureaucratic capability

Unit 19 – Concept of democratic decentralization

Unit 20 – Evolution and role of Panchayati Raj

Unit 21 – Emergent pattern of Panchayati Raj

Unit 22 – Problems and prospects of Panchayati Raj

Unit 23 – Role of voluntary agencies

Unit 24 – Co-operatives and development

Unit 25 – Specialized Agencies for development

Unit 26 – Evolution and expansion of public sector

Unit 27 – Forms of public enterprise

Unit 28 – Role of development Corporation

Unit 29 – Administrative problems of public sector

 

EPA04 – PERSONAL ADMINISTRATION

Unit 1 – Concepts, Nature and Scope of Personnel Administration

Unit 2 – Functions And Significance of Personnel Administration

Unit 3 – Public service and their role in administrative system

Unit 4 – Characteristics of public personnel administration in India

Unit 5 – Civil Service in the context of modern bureaucracy

Unit 6 – Basics of bureaucracy

Unit 7 – Development of public services in India

Unit 8 – Classifications of services (Cadres)

Unit 9 – Generalists and specialists

Unit 10 – Role in functions of Department of personnel/upsc/spsc/ssc

Unit 11 – Central and state training institutes

Unit 12 – Administrative Tribunals

Unit 13 – Career Planning and development

Unit 14 – Personnel Policy

Unit 15 – Recruitment (Reservation in Services)

Unit 16 – Promotion

Unit 17 – Training

Unit 18 – Performance appraisal

Unit 19 – Salary Administration including incentive and other benefits

Unit 20 – Conduct and discipline

Unit 21 – Administrative Ethics and integrity in civil services

Unit 22 – Employee Unions

Unit 23 Joint consultative machinery

Unit 24 – Rights of public servants

Unit 25 – Motivation and morale

EPA05 : Financial Administration

Unit 1- Nature and Scope of Financial Administration

Unit 2 – Objectives and Principles of Financial Administration

Unit 3 – Mixed Economy

Unit 4 – Centre-State Financial Relations-1

Unit 5 – Centre-State Financial Relations-2

Unit 6 – Fiscal Policy, Equity and social justice

Unit 7 – Government Budgeting principles and functions

Unit 8 – Indian Budgetary System

Unit 9 – Classification of Government Expenditure

Unit 10 – Public Expenditure Theories and growth

Unit 11 – Performance Budgeting

Unit 12 – Zero Base Budgeting

Unit 13 – Sources of revenue: Tax and Non-Tax

Unit 14 – Deficit Financing

Unit 15 – Public Debt management and role of RBI

Unit 16 – Financial Appraisal

Unit 17 – Economic and social appraisal

Unit 18 – Legislative control

Unit 19 – System of financial committees

Unit 20 – Executive Control

Unit 21 – Accounting system in India

Unit 22 – Auditing system in India

Unit 23 – Role of the comptroller and auditor general (CAG)

Unit 24 – Financial Administration of Public enterprises

Unit 25 – Financial autonomy and Accountability of public enterprises

Unit 26 – Financial Administration of Urban Governments

Unit 27 – Financial Administration of Rural Governments

 

EPA05 – Financial Administration 

Unit 1 – Administrative system at the advent of British rule

Unit 2 – British Administration 1757-1858

Unit 3 – Reforms in British Administration 1858-1919

Unit 4 – Administrative System under 1935 Act

Unit 5 – Continuity and change in Indian Administration: Post 1947

Unit 6 – Constitutional Framework

Unit 7 – Central Secretariat: Organisation and functions

Unit 8 – PMO and Cabinet Secretariat

Unit 9  – Union Public Service Commission/Selection Commission

Unit 10 – Planning Process

Unit 11 – All India and Central Services

Unit 12 – Constitutional Profile of state administration

Unit 13 – State Secretariat:Organisation and functions

Unit 14 – patterns of relationship between the secretariat and directorates

Unit 15 – State services and public service commission

Unit 16 – Field Administration

Unit 17 – District Collector

Unit 18 – Police Administration

Unit 19 – Municipal Administration

Unit 20  – Panchayati Raj

Unit 21 – Socio-Cultural factors and administration

Unit 22 – Redressal of Public Grievances

Unit 23 – Administrative Tribunals

Unit 24 – Judicial Administration

Unit 25 – Centre- State Administrative Relationship

Unit 26 – Decentralization debate

Unit 27 – Relationship Between Political and permanent executives

Unit 28 – Pressure Groups

Unit 29 – Generalists and Specialists

Unit 30 – Administrative Reforms

EPA06 : PUBLIC POLICY 

Unit 1 – Public Policy: Meaning and nature

Unit 2 – The Policy Cycle

Unit 3 – Contextual Setting of public policy making

Unit 4 – Importance of public policy study: Modern Context

Unit 5 – Emerging discipline of policy sciences

Unit 6 – Inter-governmental Relations

Unit 7 – Role of political executive

Unit 8 – Role of bureaucracy

Unit 9 – Role of legislature

Unit 10 – Role Judiciary

Unit 11 – Interaction amongst various organs

Unit 12 – Policy making process in India: The case study of bonded labour System (Abolition) Act 1976-1

Unit 13 – Policy making process in India: The case study of bonded labour System (Abolition) Act 1976-2

Unit 14 – Interest group and policy-making

Unit 15 – Political Parties and policy-making

Unit 16 – Mass Media

Unit 17 – Social Movements

Unit 18 – International Agencies

Unit 19 – Role of Governmental Agencies in Policy implementation-1

Unit 20 – Role of Governmental Agencies in Policy implementation-2

Unit 21 – Role of  Non-Governmental Agencies in Policy implementation

Unit 22 – Policy Implementation Problems

Unit 23 – Land Reforms

Unit 24 – Anti-Poverty programmes

Unit 25 – Industrial Policy

Unit 26 – Panchayati Raj (Rural Development)

Unit 27 – Policy Impact and Evaluation

Unit 28 – Policy Making Approaches and models to Policy analysis

Unit 29 – Policy Analysis : An Overview

  • Total Number of Page’s -1998

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