Tuesday, 20 September 2011

Syllabys IASE University BA Public Administration

(10+2+3 Pattern)

Two Papers Max. Marks – 200 Min. Pass Marks - 72
Paper – I Duration 3 Hours 100 Marks
Paper – II Duration 3 Hours 100 Marks
BAG 113

Max. Marks: 100 Duration : 3 hrs. Min. Marks. : 36
UNIT – I (Introduction)
Meaning, Nature and Scope of Public Administration; Public Administration and Private Administration; Public Administration Arts, Science or both; Public Administration and its relations with other Social Sciences; Approaches to Public Administration.
UNIT – II (Principles of Organisation)
Organisation; Bases of organization; Principles of Organisation; Hierarchy; Span of control; Unity of command; Delegation of Authority; Co-Ordination; Integration Vs Disintegration; Centralisation Vs Decentralisation.
UNIT – III (Structure of Administration)
Chief Executive; Types of chief executive; Line and Staff; Supervision, Delegation, Leadership, Communication, Decision making; Morale and Motivation.

Unit — IV (Administrative Ethics)
Concept of Administrative Ethic, Essential Elements of Administrative Ethics, Integrity in Administration, Causes of decline of integrity in administration. 
UNIT – V (Personnel Administration)
Meaning and nature of Bureaucracy; Civil Service and its role in a developing society; Classification, Recruitment, Training, Promotion, Disciplinary action.

Recommended Books :
            1. E.N.Gladden : Essentials of Public Administration

            2. M.P. Sharma : Principle & Practices of Public Administration, Kitab Mahal, Allahabad
            3. D.R.Sachdeva & Meena Sogani : Public Administration, Concept and Application (New Delhi – Associated Publishing House, 1981)
            4. John Pfiffner and Robert Presthus : Public Administration
            5. Dimock & dimock : Public Administration
            6. Terry : Principles of Management
            7. Dr. Harishchandra Sharma : Lok Prashashan ke Adhar (In Hindi)
            8. Vishnu Bhagwan & Vidya Bhushan : Lok Prashashan (Hindi)
            9. Dr. Ravindra Sharma : Lok Prashashan ke Tatwa (Hindi)
            10. Prof. P.D. Sharma : Lok Prashashan : Siddhant Awam Vyavhar
            11. John d. Millet : Management in Public Services
            12. A. Awasthi, S.R. Maheshwari : Public Administration, Laxmi Narayan Agarwal, Agra
            13. C.P. Bhambhari : Public Administration, Jai Prakash Nath & Co. Meerut.
            14. A.R. Tyagi : Public Administration
            15. Vishnoo Bhagwan & Vidya Bhushan : Public Administration (Available in Hindi also)
            16. Avasthi & Maheshwari : Lok Prashashan (In Hindi)
            17. C.P. Bhambhari : Lok Prashashan (In Hindi)
            18. B.L.Fadia : Lok Prashashan (In Hindi)  

BAG 114
Max. Marks: 100 Duration : 3 hrs. Min. Marks. : 36

UNIT – I (Evolution of Indian Administration)
Evolution — Administration in Ancient India, Administration in Medieval India, Administration in Modern India with special reference to 1909, 1919 and 1935 Government of India Act; Features — Salient features of India Administration.
UNIT – II (Union Government and Administration)
President - Powers, function & position; Vice-President - Powers and position; Prime Minister - Power and position; Council of Ministers - Structure and functions; Prime ministers office - Structure and functions; Ministry of Home affairs; Cabinet secretariat - Structure and functions.
UNIT – III (Major Forms of Public Enterprises in India)
Department, corporation, Companies; Parliamentary committee on Public undertaking; Problems of control and autonomy over public enterprises; Impact of liberalization and privatization.
UNIT – IV (Financial Administration) 
Budget Formulation; Budget Approval and Budget Execution; Comptroller Audit General; Parliamentary Committees —

Public Accounts and Estimates Committee; Control over administration — Legislative, Executive and Judicial.
UNIT – V (Personnel Administration) 
Nature and importance of Indian Civil Services; Classification, Recruitment and Training of All India Services; Problems of Indian Administration — Corruption and Removal of Public Grievances; Administrative Reforms in India — Gorwala Report, Paul H. Appleby Report and ARC Report on Central Administration; Civil service activism.

            1. D.D.Basu : An Introduction to the Constitution of India
            2. K.V. Rao : Parliamentary Democracy in India
            3. Laxmi Narain : Principles and Practice of Public Enterprises mangement
            4. S.R. Maheshwari : Indian Administration
            5. C.P. Bhambhari : Public Administration in India
            6. Ravindra Sharma : Bharat Main Lok Prashashan ( In Hindi)
            7. Awasthi & Awasthi : Bhartiya Prashashan ( In Hindi)
            8. Surendra Kataria : : Bharat Main Lok Prashashan ( In Hindi)
            9. P. Sharan : Public Administration in India
            10. B.B.Mishra : Administrative History of India
            11. Ramesh Arora : Indian Public Administration
            12. V.M. Sinha : Personnel Administration ( In Hindi)
            13. P.D. Sharma & B.M. Sharma : Bhartiya Prashashan ( In Hindi)
            14. Saroj Chopra : Bharat Main Lok Prashashan ( In Hindi)
            15. R.S. Darda : Bharat Main Lok Prashashan ( In Hindi)
            16. B.L. Fadia : Bharat Main Lok Prashashan ( In Hindi)

Two Papers Max. Marks – 200 Min. Pass Marks - 72
Paper – I Duration 3 Hours 100 Marks
Paper – II Duration 3 Hours 100 Marks


BAG 213

Max. Marks: 100 Duration : 3 hrs. Min. Marks. : 36

UNIT – I (Introduction)
Nature and importance of administrative institutions in a democracy like India; The concept of laissez faire, Welfare State and Administrative State; Interrelation between Good-Governance and administrative organs.
UNIT – II (Organs of Government)
Legislature – its role and decline in modern times; Executive-Types and relationship with legislature; Judiciary-Functions and role; Concept of judicial review.
UNIT – III (Democratic Administration) 
Meaning and nature of democratic administration; Role of Bureaucracy in a Democratic country; Political parties and pressure groups and their interaction with each other.
UNIT – IV (Some Other Important Institutions)
Origin, composition and administrative working of Finance Commission; Planning Commission of India and the National Development Council; University Grants Commission; Union Public Service Commission; Election Commission and the administration of election in India. 
UNIT – V (Welfare State and Important Boards)
Nature and functioning of National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGA); Central Social Welfare Board; Railway Board; Reserve Bank of India; Others.

Recommended Books :

            1. H.C.Sharma : Prashahnik Sanshtayen
            2. Report of Finance Commission of India.
            3. M.G. Gupta : Modern Government.
            3. Waldo : Administrative State
            4. B.L.Phadia : Prashasnik Sanstheyen (Hindi)
            5. J.C.Johri : Indian Government and Politics (I & II) Hindi.
            6. Field : Government in Modern Society
            7. Paranjape : Planning Commission
            8. I.I.P.A. : Organisation of the Government of India
            9. Ashok Sharma : Prashasnik Sanstheyen (Hindi)
            10. Ziauddin Khan : Prashasnik Sanstheyen (Hindi)

BAG 214
Max. Marks: 100 Duration : 3 hrs. Min. Marks. : 36

UNIT – I (Introduction)
Nature and importance of state administration in India; Foundation of the Administrative system in Rajasthan; The office of the Governor - Powers, Function and role in State Administration; Governor’s  relationship with Council of Minister.
UNIT – II (Chief Minister)
Chief Minister’s  Power, Function, Role and Importance of the office; Relationship with Council of Ministers; Organisation and role of the state secretariat; Chief Secretary — Role and significance in the State Administration.
UNIT – III (Administrative Organisation)
The Organisational Structure of State Departments, Organisation and working of the Department of judiciary, home,Finance and Agriculture in Rajasthan. Organization and Working of the following Board and Directorates in the State of Rajasthan : (a) Revenue Board (b) Rajasthan State Electricity Board, (c) Directorate of Agriculture and (d)Directorate of Education.
UNIT – IV (Personnel Administration)
Nature and importance the State Civil Services in Rajasthan; Organisation and working of the Rajasthan Public Service Commission; Recruitment and Training of State Civil Services; Organisation and function of State Training Institutes in Rajasthan; Institutions of Lokayukta; Good-Governance with special reference of Rajasthan.
UNIT – V (District Administration)
District Collector; District Development Council; District Revenue Officer; Revenue Divisional Officer; Tahsildar; Revenue inspector; Village Administrative Officer.
            1. S.R. Maheshwari : State Government in India.
            2. S.S.Khera : District Administration in India.
            3. M.V.Pylee : Indian Constitution (Hindi Ed.)
Dr. Geeta Chaturvedi
            4. A.R.C. : Reprot on State Administration.
            5. A. Zabier & Gupta : Organisation of Govt. of Uttar Pradesh.
            6. H.C.Sharma : Bharat Main Rajya Prashashan (Hindi)
  7. C.M.Singh and other : Rajasthan Main Rajya Prashashan (Hindi Ed.) Ashok Sharma and Suresh Goyal

Paper – I Duration 3 Hours Max.Marks : 200 Min. Pass Marks-72
Paper – II Duration 3 Hours Max. Marks : 100
Practical Duration 3 Hours Max. Marks : 100

BAG 313

Max. Marks: 100 Duration : 3 hrs.
Note – Each paper will contain ten questions having two questions from each unit. The candidates are required to attempt five questions in all, selecting at least one question from each unit.

UNIT – I  (Introduction)
Nature, Scope and importance of Administration in developing and developed societies; Contribution of F.W. Riggs; Salient Features of the Constitutions of UK, USA, France, China and Switzerland. 
UNIT – II (Comparative Study of Highest Administrative Institutions)
Comparison between powers and position of President of India and USA; Parliamentary system in U.K. & Presidential system in USA and France.
UNIT – III (Comparative Study of Central Administration)
Salient features of Administrative system in UK, USA, France and Nepal with particular reference to central administration and nature and role of civil service.
UNIT – IV (Comparative Study of Civil Servants)
Functioning of civil services in France; Treasury and cabinet Secretariat in Great Britain, Independent Regulatory commission in the USA.
UNIT – V (Miscellaneous) 
French council of State, Swedish Ombudsman, Panchayat System in Nepal.

Recommended Books :
1. v.D. Mahajan : Modern Select Government
2. Vishnu Bhawan & Vidya Bhusan : World constitution
3. B.L. Phadia : vishwa Ke Pramukh Samvidhan (Hindi)

4. Iqbal Narain : Vishwa Ke Samvidhan (Hindi)
5. Ogg and Zink : Modern Foreign Government.
6. H.N. Agarwal : Administrative System in Nepal
7.Ravindra Sharma : Tulnatmak Prashasnik Vyavasthayen (Hindi)
8. Podiyal : Public Administration in Nepal
9. Preeta Joshi : Vikas Prashasan (Hindi)
10. P.D. Sharma : Tulnatmak Rajniti (hindi)

BAG 314

Max. Marks: 100 Duration : 3 hrs.
Note – Each paper will contain ten question having two questions from each. The candidates are required to attempt five questions in all, selecting at least one question from each unit.
UNIT – I (Introduction) 
Nature, scope and importance of Local Administration; Evolution of Local Government in Independent India – Balwant Roy and Ashok Mehta Committee Reports; 73rd and 74th Amendment Acts; Bhuria Committee Recommendations.
UNIT – II (Structure of Urban Local Body)
The Organisational structure of Urban Local-self government in India; Composition, Function, Power and role of various kinds of local bodies; Local Administration of the Metropolitan towns; Municipal Corporations and their problems of Autonomy and Accountability.
UNIT – III (Structure of Rural Local Body)
Nature and importance of rural local body; Theory and practice of Democratic Decentralisation in India; Panchayati Raj Institutions – Zila prashad, Panchayat Samiti, Village Panchayats and Gram Sabha.
UNIT – IV (Personnel Administration in Rural and Urban) 
Local Self Government – Recruitment, Classification promotion and Training; Problems of Local Self Government Employees regarding service conditions.
UNIT – V (Financial Administration of Local Bodies in India)
Strengthening of local resources with special reference to role of State Finance commission; Mechanism of control over local bodies at State level; The role of Directorate of Local bodies and Panchayat and Development Department of State.

Books Recommended-
            1. M.v. Mathur : Panchayat Raj in Rajasthan
            2. r.I. Khanna : Muncipal Government and Adm. In India.
            3. Ashok Sharma : Esthaniya Shasan (Hindi)
            4. R.Agrawal : Muncipal Government in India.
            5. S.R. Maheshwari : Local Government in India
            6. S.K.Bhoglee : Local Government in India
            7. H.C. Sharma : Bharat Main Esthaniya Shasan (Hindi)

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