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SFS, GURUKUL MARG, MANSAROVAR, JAIPUR

Syllabus of
B.A. Pass Course
for the year 2009-10

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
SEMESTER - I
Paper I : Introduction to Public Administration
Code : PAD 101
Credits : 03
MM : 100 (C.A. 30% & S.E.E. 70%)

Objectives :
This paper gives an idea about Public Administration as a discipline and its
innovative dimensions.

Unit I Contact hrs : 10


a) Meaning, Nature and Scope of Public Administration.
b) Importance and Significance of Public Administration.
c) Public and Private Administration : Convergence and Divergence.

Unit II Contact hrs : 10


a) Evolution as a discipline stages of its development.
b) Relationship of Public Administration with other disciplines
i) Political Science
ii) Management
iii) Psychology
iv) Sociology
v) Law
vi) Economics

Unit III Contact hrs : 10


a) Approaches to the study of Public Administration.
i) Institutional, Legal, Historical, Bureaucratic Approach.
ii) Human Relations Approach.

Unit IV Contact hrs : 07


a) Innovative dimensions in Public Administration
i) New Public Administration.
ii) New Public Management.
Unit V Contact hrs : 08
a) Innovative Dimensions
i) Good Governance : Concept and its imperatives
ii) Features of Entrepreneurial Government.
Total Contact Hours/Semester : 45

Books and References:


Essential Readings :

 Avasthi, Maheshwari (2006). Public Administration, Laxmi Narayan


Agarwal Publications Agra.

 M.P. Sharma, Sadana (2005). Theory and practice of Public


Administration, Kitab Mahal

 S.L. Goel, Public Administration Theory and Practice, Deep and Deep
Publications, New Delhi.

 Vishnu Bhagwan, Vidya Bhusahan, Public Administration, S Chand &


Sons.

 Rumki Basu, (2005). (Public Administration : Concepts and Theories,


Sterling Publications)

 B.L. Fadia, K.L. Fadia (2006). Administration Theories and Concepts, Agra
Sahitya Bhawan.

Suggested Readings :
 Jay M. Shafritz, (2007). Defining Public Administration, Rawat
Publications.
 D.R. Sachdeva and Meena Sogani, Public Administration : Concept and
Application, New Delhi Associated Publishing House

 Mohit Bhattacharya, Public Administration : Structure, Process and


Behaviour.

 Felix Nigro, Modern Public Administration

 Prasad and Prasad, (2005). Administrative Thinkers, Sterling Publications.

 R. B. Jain, (2005). Globalization and Good Governance : Pressures for


Constructive Reforms, Deep and Deep Publications.

 Shaifali Kalia, (2004). Good Governance and Development, New Century


Publications.
SEMESTER – I
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Paper II : Structure of Indian Administration
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


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

Unit II Contact hrs : 08


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

Unit III Contact hrs : 10


* Organization and Functions of :
a) Cabinet Secretariat.
b) Central Secretariat : Ministries, attached and subordinate offices.
Tenure System and Split System.
c) Prime Ministers Office

Unit IV Contact hrs : 08


* Working and Organization of the following :
a) Home Ministry :
b) Ministry of Personnel Administration Public Grievances and Pensioners
Welfare.
Unit V Contact hrs : 11
a) Issues in Indian Administration.
i) Problem of Corruption - Grievances redressal machinery with
special reference to Lokayukta and Lokpal.
ii) Ministers and Civil Servant relationship.
iii) Specialist and generalist relationship.
Total Contact Hours/Semester : 45
Books and References:

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

Suggested Readings :

 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.


PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
SEMESTER - I
Paper III - Project
Code : PAD 103
Credits : 02
MM : 100 (C.A. 30% & S.E.E. 70%)

Objectives:
• To give an idea about research methodology.
• To orient the student towards the techniques of documentation.

The student will be required to prepare & submit a project report requiring two
hours of self study besides the class room teaching. There will be an evaluation
by an external expert & an internal member at the end of each semester.
SEMESTER – II
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Paper I : Principles of Public Administration and
Organizational Behaviour

Code : PAD 201


Credits : 03
MM : 100 (C.A. 30% & S.E.E. 70%)

Objectives :
This paper introduces the basis of organization, its importance and its salient
principles.

Unit I Contact hrs : 07


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

Unit II Contact hrs : 08


Principles of Administration :
i) Hierarchy
ii) Unity of Command
iii) Span of Control
iv) Delegation
v) Division of work
Unit III Contact hrs : 10
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.
Unit IV Contact hrs : 12
Various Forms of Public Organization
i) Ministries and Department
ii) Public Enterprises : Companies, Boards and Commission

Unit V Contact hrs : 08


Organizational Behaviour
i) Communication
ii) Decision Making
iii) Leadership
iv) Morale and Motivation : McGregor and Maslow
Total Contact Hours/Semester : 45
Books and References:

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

Suggested Readings :
 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.
SEMESTER – II
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Paper II : Personnel and Financial Administration

Code : PAD 202


Credits : 03
MM : 100 (C.A. 30% & S.E.E. 70%)

Objectives :
This paper deals with the applied aspects of Indian Administration. It gives an
idea about personnel and financial administration in India.

Unit I Contact hrs : 11

a) Personnel Administration – Meaning, Nature and Scope. (concept of H.R)


b) Development of Civil Services in India.
c) Concepts of :
i) Classification
ii) Recruitment
ii) Training
iii) Promotion.

Unit II Contact hrs : 10


a) Recruitment and Classification of Indian Civil Services.
b) Training of Indian Civil Services viz training of I.A.S. and I.P.S.

Unit III Contact hrs : 09

* Financial Administration :
a) Meaning and Types of Budget.
b) Budget Enactment and Execution in India.

Unit IV Contact hrs : 07

a) Accounting and Auditing : objectives and types.


b) Role of Comptroller and Auditor General of India.

Unit V Contact hrs : 08


a) Legislative control over Finance.
b) Working of various Committees :
i) Estimates Committee
ii) Public Accounts Committee
iii) Committee on Public Undertakings
Total Contact Hours/Semester : 45
Books and References:

Essential Readings :

 Sahib Singh and Swinder Singh, (2002). Public Personnel and Financial
Administration, New Academic Publishing Co.

 Avasthi and Avasthi, Indian Administration

 Ramesh Arora & Rajni Goyal, (2006). Public Administration in India,


Vishwa Prakashan.

 S.R. Maheshwari, (2006). Indian Administration, Orient Longman.

 P. Sharan, Public Administration in India

 Hoshiar Singh, Public Administration in India.

 R.K. Sapru, Indian Administration

 B.L. Fadia, Public Administration in India, Sahitya Bhawan Publications.

Suggested Readings :

 S.L. Goel, Financial Management and Administration, Deep and Deep


Publications.
 S.L. Goel, Public Financial Administration, Deep and Deep Publications.
 O’ Glen Stahl, Public Personnel Administration
 S.R. Maheshwari, (2005). History of Indian Administration, Orient
Longman.
 Banerjee Chandrashekharan, (2004). Renewing Governance :Issues and
Options, Tata McGraw Hill.
 Alka Dhameja, (2003). Cotemporary Debates in Public Administration,
Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi.
 P. S. Bhatanagar, Indian Administration - Issues and Options,
 B.L. Fadia & K.L. Fadia, Administrative Theories and Concepts, Sahitya
Bhawan Publicatios.
 Subhash Kashyap, Our Parliament, National Book Trust
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
SEMESTER - II
Paper III - Project
Code : PAD 203
Credits : 02
MM : 100 (C.A. 30% & S.E.E. 70%)

Objectives:
• To give an idea about research methodology.
• To orient the student towards the techniques of documentation.

The student will be required to prepare & submit a project report requiring two
hours of self study besides the class room teaching. There will be an evaluation
by an external expert & an internal member at the end of each semester.
SEMESTER – III

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Paper I : Administrative Institutions in India

Code : PAD 301


Credits : 03
MM : 100 (C.A. 30% & S.E.E. 70%)

Objectives :
This paper explores the working of various administrative institutions and the
organs of the government in India.

Unit I Contact hrs : 10


a) Administrative Institutions in a Democratic Society
b) Concepts of
i) Laissez Faire State
ii) Welfare State
iii) Administrative State

Unit II Contact hrs : 10


a) Working of various organs of the Government :
i) Legislature
ii) Executive
iii) Judiciary with Special References to Judicial Activism and Judicial
Review.
Unit III Contact hrs : 08

a) Political Parties and Pressure Groups.


b) Role of Political Parties and Pressure groups in policy making.

Unit IV Contact hrs : 07

a) Organization and Working of Various Commissions/Organization


i) University Grants Commission
ii) Election Commission
iii) National Human Rights Commission

Unit V Contact hrs : 10


a) Organizations in India :
i) Reserve Bank of India and
ii) Central Social Welfare Board and
iii) Union Public Service Commission
Total Contact Hours/Semester : 45
Books and References:
Essential Readings

 Ramesh Aroa & Rajni Goel,(2005). Indian Public Administration, Vishwa


Prakashan, New Delhi.

 Ashok Sharma, (2005). Bharat Mein Prashasanik Sansthaen, RBSA


Publishers.

 R.C. Agarwal,(2005). Political Theory, S. Chand & Sons.

Suggested Readings :

 Paranjape, Planning Commission

 Eddy Ashirvatham, Political Theory

 Inder Singh Sodhi, Administrative Institutions in India

 Reeta Mathur, Administrative Institutions in India

 Dwight Waldo, Administrative State

 N. Jayapalan, (2001). Indian Administration, New Delhi Atlantic Publishers


and Distributors.

 B.L. Fadia, K.L. Fadia , Administrative Theories and Concepts, Sahitya


Bhawan Publications.

 D. D. Basu, Introduction to Study of Constitution

 Subhash Kashyap, (2006). Our Parliament, National Book Trust..

 Subhash Kashyap, (2006). Our Constitution, National Book Trust..


SEMESTER – III
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Paper II : State Administration in Rajasthan – I

Code : PAD 302


Credits : 03
MM : 100 (C.A. 30% & S.E.E. 70%)

Objectives :
This paper provides background of the state administration and explains the
working of various offices and departments.

Unit I Contact hrs : 07

a) General Background of State Administration in Indian States with Special


References to Unification of the State.
b) Characteristics of State Administration.

Unit II Contact hrs : 08

a) Office of the Governor – Power, Functions and Role in the State


Administration.
b) Chief Minister – Role, Power and Functions Relationship with Council of
Ministers.

Unit III Contact hrs : 08

a) Organization of the State Secretariat.


b) Role of Chief Secretary in the State Administration.

Unit IV Contact hrs : 12

a) Organization and working of


i) Department of Home
ii) Department of Agriculture
iii) Department of Finance

Unit V Contact hrs : 10


a) Role of Directorates in State Administration
b) Organization and functions of :
i) Directorate of Agriculture.
ii) Directorate of College Education.
Total Contact Hours/Semester : 45
Books and References:

Essential Readings :

 Ramesh Arora & Geeta Chaturvedi, Rajasthan Mein Rajya Prashashan,

 Ramesh Aroa & Rajni Goel, (2005). Indian Public Administration, Vishwa
Prakashan.

 Surendra Kataria, Rajya Prashashan, RBSA Publishing House.

 Ramesh Arora & Meena Sogani, State Administration, RBSA Publication.

 S.R. Maheshwari, (2000). State Governments in India, McMillan Pvt. Ltd.

Suggested Readings :

 M.V. Pylee, Indian Constitution

 B. Mehta, Dynamics of State Administration

 H.C.M Institute, Management of Higher Personnel of Public Adm.

 Hoshiar Singh, Indian Public Administration

 S.R. Maheshwari, Indian Administration, Orient Lognman.


PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
SEMESTER - III
Paper III - Project
Code : PAD 303
Credits : 02
MM : 100 (C.A. 30% & S.E.E. 70%)

Objectives:
• To give an idea about research methodology.
• To orient the student towards the techniques of documentation.

The student will be required to prepare & submit a project report requiring two
hours of self study besides the class room teaching. There will be an evaluation
by an external expert & an internal member at the end of each semester.
SEMESTER - IV
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Paper I : Economic Administration

Code : PAD 401


Credits : 03
MM : 100 (C.A. 30% & S.E.E. 70%)

Objectives :

This paper focuses on the need of economic planning and its pivotal role in
development of the country.

Unit I Contact hrs : 08

a) Economic Administration : Nature and Scope.


b) Concept of Mixed Economy.
c) The Role of Government in Economic Development.

Unit II Contact hrs : 08

a) Public Enterprises – Features and Forms.


b) Problems of Management, Accountability and Autonomy.

Unit III Contact hrs : 10


a) Planning Machinery in India with Reference to Planning Commission and
National Development Council.
b) General Survey of India’s Five Year Plans.
Achievements and Failures.

Unit IV Contact hrs : 10

a) Concepts of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization.


b) The New Economic Policy.
c) Impact on Indian Economy.

Unit V Contact hrs : 09

a) Centre-State Financial relations


b) Role and organization of Finance Commission

Total Contact Hours/Semester : 45


Books and References:

Essential Readings :

 Rudar Datt & Sundaram, (2006). Indian Economy, S. Chand & Sons.

 Dhingra I.C., (2006). The Indian Economy : Environment and Policy, S.


Chand & Sons.

 Misra S.K. & V.K. Puri, (2006) Indian Economy its Development
Experience, Himalaya Publishing House.

 A.N. Agarwal, (2006). Indian Economy, Vishwa Prakashan.

Suggested Readings :

 Planning Commission, Tenth Five Year Plan G.O.I. (New Delhi)

 S.L. Goel, Advance Public Administration, Deep and Deep Publications.

 Banerjee and Chandrashekharan, (2006). Renewing Governance :Issues


and Options, Tata McGraw Hill.

 Ramesh Arora & Rajni Goel, (2006). Public Administration in India,


Vishwa Prakashan.

 S. L. Goel, (2006). Public Financial Administration, Deep and Deep


Publications.
SEMESTER - IV
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Paper II : State Administration in Rajasthan – II
Code : PAD 402
Credits : 03
MM : 100 (C.A. 30% & S.E.E. 70%)

Objectives :

This paper deals with Personnel administration at the state level. It also explores
Revenue Administration and its importance in state administration.

Unit I Contact hrs : 09

a) Personnel Administration : Role of State Civil Services in Rajasthan.


b) Organization and Working of Rajasthan Public Service Commission.

Unit II Contact hrs : 10

a) Training of State Civil Servants with special reference to the training of


Rajashtan Administrative Services, Rajasthan Police Services and
Rajasthan Accounts Services.
b) Organization and working of various Training Institutes in Rajasthan.

Unit III Contact hrs : 08

a) District Administration and its Structure.


b) Collector and Changing role.

Unit IV Contact hrs : 08

a) Revenue Administration at District Level.


b) Organization and working of Revenue Board.

Unit V Contact hrs : 10

a) Role of Sub Divisional Officer, Tehsildar and Patwari in Revenue


Administration.
b) Challenges of State Administration.

Total Contact Hours/Semester : 45


Books and References:

Essential Readings

 S.R. Maheshwari, (2000). State Governments in India, McMillan Pvt. Ltd.

 Ramesh Arora & Geeta Chaturvedi, (2004). Rajasthan Mein Rajya


Prashashan RBSA Publisers

 Hoshiar Singh, (2006). Indian Public Administration, Kitab Mahal.

 Ramesh Aroa & Rajni Goel, Indian Public Administration in India, Vishwa
Prakashan

Suggested Readings

 S.S. Khera, (1996). District Administration in India, National Publishing


House

 M.V. Pylee, Indian Constitution

 H.C.M Institute, Management of Higher Personnel of Public Adm.

 B.Mehta, Dynamics of State Administration

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


PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
SEMESTER - IV
Paper III - Project
Code : PAD 403
Credits : 02
MM : 100 (C.A. 30% & S.E.E. 70%)

Objectives:
• To give an idea about research methodology.
• To orient the student towards the techniques of documentation.

The student will be required to prepare & submit a project report requiring two
hours of self study besides the class room teaching. There will be an evaluation
by an external expert & an internal member at the end of each semester.
SEMESTER – V
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Paper I : Comparative Administration
Code : PAD 501
Credits : 03
MM : 100 (C.A. 30% & S.E.E. 70%)

Objectives :
This paper comparatively studies administrative systems of different countries
and orients the students towards the need of comparative administration.

Unit I Contact hrs : 08


a) Meaning Nature, Scope and Significance of Comparative Administration
b) Salient approaches
i) Ecological approach
ii) Structural - functional approach
iii) Behavioural approach

Unit II Contact hrs : 08


a) Parliamentary System in U.K.
b) Presidential System in U.S.A.
c) Presidential System in France.

Unit III Contact hrs : 10


Salient Features of the Administrative systems of :
i) United Kingdom
ii) United States America
iii) France

Unit IV Contact hrs : 10


a) Prismatic Society Model of Riggs.
b) Ideal Bureaucratic Model of Weber.

Unit V Contact hrs : 09

Working of various Administrative Institutions :


a) British Home Office.
b) I.R.C. (Independent Regulatory Commission).
c) Swedish Ombudsman.
d) Council d Etat.

Total Contact Hours/Semester : 45


Books and References:

Essential Readings :

 Ramesh Arora, (1999). Comparative Public Administration, New Delhi


Associated Publishing House.

 Surendra Kataria, (2004). Tulantmak Prashashnik Vyavasthaen, RBSA


Publisers.

 T.N. Chaturvedi, (2002). Comparative Public Administration, Jaipur


Research Association.

 Ramesh Arora, (1999). Comparative and Development Administration,


Arihant Publishing House.

Suggested Readings :

 B.L. Fadia & K.L. Fadia, Administrative Theories and Concepts

 Ogg and Zink, Modern Foreign Governments

 H. R. Mukhi, Comparative Public Administration

 V.D. Mahajan, Modern Select Government

 Vishnu Bhagwan & Vidya Bhushan, (2005). World Constitutions, S. Chand


and Sons.

 Ferell Heady, Public Administration : A Comparative Perspective


SEMESTER – V

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Paper II : Urban Local Administration in Rajasthan
Code : PAD 502
Credits : 03
MM : 100 (C.A. 30% & S.E.E. 70%)

Objectives :

This paper deals with the general background of urban local administration and
explains the working and role of various bodies at the local level in Rajasthan

Unit I Contact hrs : 08

a) Evolution of Local Administration.


b) Various Forms of Urban Local Bodies.

Unit II Contact hrs : 07

a) Structure of Municipal Corporation in Rajasthan.


b) Problems of Autonomy and Accountability.

Unit III Contact hrs : 10

a) Features of 74th Constitutional Amendment


b) Personnel Administration
i) Recruitment and Training of personnel

Unit IV Contact hrs : 11

a) Financial Administration of Urban Local Bodies.


b) Strengthening of Financial Resources.

Unit V Contact hrs : 09

a) Modes of state Control Over Urban Local Bodies.


b) Working of Directorate of Local Bodies.

Total Contact Hours/Semester : 45


Books and References:

Essential Readings :

 S.R. Maheshwari,(2005). Local Government in India, Laxmi Narayan

Agarwal

 Hoshiar Singh, (2005). Local Government, Kitab Mahal Prakashan

 Ashok Sharma, (2004). Sthaniya Prashansan, RBSA Publishers.

 C.P. Barthwal, Urban Local Administration

Suggested Readings :

 Dhaliwal, Municipal Administration in Rajasthan

 H.B. Singh, (2002). Revitalized Urban Administration in India, Deep &


Deep Publishers, New Delhi.

 B. P. Gupta, Municipal Administration in Rajasthan : A Case Study

 Darda, Local Government : A Comparative Study

 Agarwal, Urban Local Government


PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
SEMESTER - V
Paper III - Project
Code : PAD 503
Credits : 02
MM : 100 (C.A. 30% & S.E.E. 70%)

Objectives:
• To give an idea about research methodology.
• To orient the student towards the techniques of documentation.

The student will be required to prepare & submit a project report requiring two
hours of self study besides the class room teaching. There will be an evaluation
by an external expert & an internal member at the end of each semester.
SEMESTER – VI
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Paper I : Development Administration

Code : PAD 601


Credits : 03
MM : 100 (C.A. 30% & S.E.E. 70%)

Objectives :
This paper gives an idea about development administration as a concept and the
need of planned development. This paper also emphasizes on the concept of
sustainable development and its need.

Unit I Contact hrs : 09


a) Development Administration – Meaning, Nature, Scope and Significance.
b) Features of Administrative in Developed and Developing Countries.

Unit II Contact hrs : 10

a) Concept of Development Administration and Administrative


Development.
b) Administration of Development Programmes.

Unit III Contact hrs : 08


a) Role of Bureaucracy in Development.
b) Bureaucracy as an Instrument of Change.

Unit IV Contact hrs : 08


a) Importance of Planning and its role in developing societies.
b) Role of Planning Commission and National Development Council in
planned development.

Unit V Contact hrs : 10


a) Sustainable Development – Concept and Application.
b) Need for sustainable development.
i) Obstacles and Remedies.

Total Contact Hours/Semester : 45


Books and References:

Essential Readings :

 R.K. Sapru, (2002). Development Administration, Sterling Publications Pvt.


Ltd.

 S.P. Srivastava, The Development Debate Critical Perspective

 Mohit Bhattacharya, Development Administration,

 Avasthi and Avasthi, Development Administration,

Suggested Readings :

 R.B. Jain, (2002). Public Administration in India. 21st Century, Deep & Deep
Publications Pvt. Ltd.

 M.P. Sharma & Sadana, (2005). Theory and practice : Public


Administration, Kitab Mahal Publisher.

 S.L. Goel, (2006). Advanced Public Administration, Deep & Deep


Publications Pvt. Ltd.

 M.M. Goel, Sharma & Purohit, (2000). Problems of Environment


Management in India, Anupriya Publishing House.

 Sazal Salim, (1977). Ecological Dimensions of Development


Administration. Associated Publishing House, Delhi.

 Preeta Joshi, Vikas Prashasan, (2002).

 G.F. Gant, Development Administration : Concepts Goals and Methods,


University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, USA.

Edited Journal
 (1975), Development Administration, Current Approaches and Trends in
Public Administration for development, New York, UNO.
SEMESTER – VI
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Paper II : Rural Local Administration

Code : PAD 602


Credits : 03
MM : 100 (C.A. 30% & S.E.E. 70%)

Objectives :

This paper deals with 73rd constitutional amendment and functioning of various
rural local bodies working at different levels in Rajasthan, hence giving a
comprehensive idea about the rural local administration.

Unit I Contact hrs : 08

a) Features of 73rd Constitutional Amendment.


b) Historical Perspective of Local Administration.

Unit II Contact hrs : 07

a) Organization and Functions of :


i) Gram Sabha
ii) Gram Panchayat

Unit III Contact hrs : 07


a) Organization and Functions :
i) Zila Parishad
ii) Panchayat Samiti

Unit IV Contact hrs : 11

a) Personnel Administration of Rural Local Bodies.


b) Financial Administration of Rural Local Bodies.

Unit V Contact hrs : 10

a) State Control over Rural Local Bodies


b) Working of Panchayati Raj Secretariat.

Total Contact Hours/Semester : 45


Books and References:

Essential Readings :

 Ashok Sharma, (2004). Sthaniya Prashansan, RBSA Publisher.

 S.L. Goel & Shalini Ramesh, Panchayati Raj in India

 H.K. Singh, Local Government

 S.R. Maheshwari, (2005). Local Government in India, Laxmi Narayan


Agrwal.

 Katar Singh, (1999). Rural Development, Sage Publications.

Suggested Readings :

 Sudhakar, Panchayati Raj System : Local Self Government in Community


Development

 Ghosh, Panchayt System in India

 Hoshiar Singh, (2005). Administration of Rural Development in India,


Kitab Mahal Prakashan

 K.K. Puri & G.S. Barara, Local Government in India

 S. L. Goyal, Panchayati Raj in India : Theory and Practice


PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
SEMESTER - VI
Paper III - Project
Code : PAD 603
Credits : 02
MM : 100 (C.A. 30% & S.E.E. 70%)

Objectives:
• To give an idea about research methodology.
• To orient the student towards the techniques of documentation.

The student will be required to prepare & submit a project report requiring two
hours of self study besides the class room teaching. There will be an evaluation
by an external expert & an internal member at the end of each semester.

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