Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||JS7025.M25 K43 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 127 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||127|
|LC Control Number||83902931|
This book is about public administration in India, which is often synonymous with the role and performance of the Indian Administrative Service (IAS). The author stresses the indispensability of the civil service in a democratic polity like India and the decisive role it plays in assisting with the social and economic development of the country. Public Administration Books for IAS. We have compiled for you a list of IAS books for Public Administration to help you in your prepration for the IAS and other services under the UPSC. so it helps to know the best reference books for the ias exam. Books on Public Administration as Optional subject for IAS Exam are as Follows. Public Administration Optional Paper: Books to read for Civil Services Main Exam. Public Administration is one of the favorite optional subjects of Civil Services Aspirants. As the paper includes many topics covered in Indian Polity for Prelims/GS Mains, the preparation as an optional subject becomes rather easy. Reference List/Books List for Civil Services Examination conducted by UPSC _____ Note: Following list is only suggestive and not exhaustive i) Prelim: Paper I India’s struggle For Independence - Bipan Chandra NCERT - Modern India (Old) Geography NCERT - Std. 10th –12th Geography of India - File Size: KB.
The Civil S All you need to know about Indian Civil service examination - IAS Exam Pattern & Eligibility information. The Civil Services Examination, generally known as the IAS exam is conducted by UPSC - (Union Public Service Commission) every year. Public administration is a popular optional subject listed in UPSC IAS main examination optional subjects list. It is a significant subject as it interlinked with administration and approached with the right strategy and analysis, aspirants can easily fetch a high score in Public Administration of UPSC IAS Exam.. The IAS Mains exam consists of nine descriptive papers out of which. India, the Mughals set up their own civil service systems which centred on the management of land revenue, administration of government factories and establishment of the patrimonial state. There is no account of the organisation of the civil service pertaining to the ancient Indian state ( BC - . The accountability of the state can be ensured only when the civil society is self-conscious, vibrant and active. An inactive civil society- leads to unresponsive states. Thus, the relationship between the state and the civil society is a mutual one based on the principle of reciprocity. Civil Society in India.
accounts Administrative Reforms Commission administrative system advice agencies all-India services Amendment Act Andhra Pradesh appointed areas Arthashastra Article assistance audit bill British Cabinet Secretariat Central government chairman Chief Minister Chief Secretary civil servants civil service Committee concerned Constitution of India coordination corruption council of ministers /5(12). The Civil Services refer to the career bureaucrats who are the permanent executive branch of the Republic of civil service system is the backbone of the administrative machinery of the country. In India's parliamentary democracy, The ultimate responsibility for running the administration rests with the people's elected representatives—cabinet ministers. It includes the matters relating to civil services, public departments, -public corporations, local authorities and other statutory bodies exercising quasi-Judicial functions and the law governing Judicial review of administrative actions. ject As Jennings rightly points out,the subject matter of administrative law is "Public Administration".File Size: KB. The Civil Services Exam (CSE) in India is a nationwide competitive examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). Via the Civil Services Examination, the UPSC recruits candidates for various Central and All India Civil Service posts in the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Police Service (IPS), Indian Revenue Service (IRS), etc.