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SINGHANIA UNIVERSITYDetailed Syllabus of B A (Public Administration)(Effective from session 2016-17 BLICADMINISTRATIONB. A. 1st, 2nd & 3rd Year (Public Administration)Page 51

SINGHANIA UNIVERSITYDetailed Syllabus of B A (Public Administration)(Effective from session 2016-17 -----------------------------------------------BA 1st Year (Public Administration)BPAD 101 : Elements of Public AdministrationSection AGearing, Nature of Scope of Public Administration, Importance of public Administration inModern Society, Public and Private Administration. Evolution of the study of publicAdministration. Public Administration as a Social Science, Relationship with other SocialSciences - Political Science, Economics, Sociology, Law and Psychology, Approaches to theStudy of Public Administration- Classical and Humanistic.Section BOrganization - Meaning, Formal and Informal Organization, Principles of OrganizationHierarchy, Unity of Command, Span of Control, Coordination, Centralization,Decentralization, Authority and Responsibility.Chief Executive, Line and Staff Agencies, Supervision, Delegation, Leadership,Communication, Decision-making, Public Relations.Section CBudget, Meaning and forms, Principles of Budgeting, Budget as a tool of socio-eco Policy,Personnel Administration : Meaning, Nature and Importance, Nature of Bureaucracy, CivilService and its Role in a developing Society, Classification, Recruitment, Training, Promotionof Civil Servants, Morale and Motivation in Public Administration.Books Recommended: Bhattacharya: Public Administration.Rumki Basu: Public Administration.Hoihiar Sir and Pradeep Sachdeva, Administrative: Theory.C.P. Bhambhari : Public AdministrationM.P. Sharma and B.L. Sadna, Public Administration in Theory and PracticeB. A. 1st, 2nd & 3rd Year (Public Administration)Page 52

SINGHANIA UNIVERSITYDetailed Syllabus of B A (Public Administration)(Effective from session 2016-17 AD 102 : Public Administration in IndiaSection AHistorical Background of Indian Administration with special reference in influence of Britishperiod, salient feature of Indian Administration. The Union Executive President, PrimeMinister and council of Ministers. The organization and working of the Central Secretarystatus & role.Section BOrganization of Working of Ministry of Home and Ministry of Personnel, Pensions & PublicGrievances, Major Forms of Public Enterprises - Departments, Corporations, andCompanies, Committee on Public Undertakings, Financial Administration: BudgetFormulation, Budget Enactment and Budget Execution, Comptroller and Auditor General ofIndia, Public Accounts Committee, Estimates Committee.Section CPersonnel Administration: Classification of .Indian Civil Services, Recruitment and Trainingof all India Services. Control over Administration: Legislative, Executive and Judicial;Administrative corruption, Redressal of Public Grievances, Administrative Reforms,Comparative study of Administrative Reforms, Gommission I and Administrative Reforms,Commission TI with reference of Personnel Administration and Corruption.Books Recommended: & Avasthi: Indian Administration.S.R. Maheshwari : Indian Administration.Ravindra Sharma : Public Administration in IndiaSurendra Kataria : Public Administration in IndiaHoshiar Singh & Mohinder Singh : Public Administration in Ln4a : Theory and PracticeB. A. 1st, 2nd & 3rd Year (Public Administration)Page 53

SINGHANIA UNIVERSITYDetailed Syllabus of B A (Public Administration)(Effective from session 2016-17 -----------------------------------------------BA 2nd Year (Public Administration)BPAD 201 : Administrative Institutions in IndiaSection AAdministrative Institutions in a Democratic and Socialist Society. The concepts of LoissezFaire, Welfare State and Administrative State.Organization of Government : Legislature – its Role and reasons decline in modern times;Executive : Types and & Relationship with Legislature.Judiciary: Functions and Role with special reference to the Power of Judicial Review, JudicialActivism.Section BDemocracy and Administration, Features of Democratic Administration. Role ofBureaucracy, Political Parties and Pressure Groups and their interaction with each other.Organization and administrative working of Finance Commission, Planning Commission ofIndia and the National Development Council. Election Commission and the administrationof elections in India.Section COrganization and working of following Administrative Institutions:(I) University Grants Commission, (2) U.P.S.C., (3) Railway Board, (4) Reserve Bank of India,(5) Central Social Welfare Board.Books Recommended: H.C. Sharma: Prashasnik Sansthayen.Report of Finance Commission of India.M.G. Gupta: Modern Government.Waldo: Administrative State.Salt: Political Institution: A Preface.Indian Journal of Public Administration, New Delhi.B. A. 1st, 2nd & 3rd Year (Public Administration)Page 54

SINGHANIA UNIVERSITYDetailed Syllabus of B A (Public Administration)(Effective from session 2016-17 AD 202 : State Administration in IndiaSection APresent Status of State Administration in India. General background of State Administrationin India. States with special reference to the state of Rajasthan.The 0ffice of the Governor-Powers, Functions and Role in state Administration, Relationshipwith Council of Ministers.The Office of the chief Minister--Powers, Functions, Role and Importance of the Office,Relationship with Council of Ministers.Organization of the State Secretariat. Organization and working of the Departments ofHome, Finance anti Agriculture in Rajasthan.Chief Secretary--its Role and Significance in State Administration.Section BOrganization and working of the following bards Companies and Directorates in the State ofRajasthan:(a) Revenue Board(b) Rajasthan State Electricity: Companies(c) Directorate of Agriculture(d) Directorate of EducationSection CPersonnel Administration: Role of the State Civil Services in Rajasthan (R.A.S., R.P.S. etc.),Organization and working of the Rajasthan Public Service Commission, Training of State civilServices, Organization and Functions of State Training Institutes in Rajasthan, RajasthanCivil Service, Appellate Tribunal.District Administration: Organization of District Administration.District Collector: Functions and position.Books Recommended: S Khera : District Administration in IndiaDr H.C. Sharma: Bharat Mein Rajya Prashasan.A R C Report on State AdministrationJ.D. Shukla: State and District Administration in India.B. Mehta: Dynamics of State Administration.Prashasnika: H.C.M.K. I.P.A, Jaipur7. Management in Government, Delhi.B. A. 1st, 2nd & 3rd Year (Public Administration)Page 55

SINGHANIA UNIVERSITYDetailed Syllabus of B A (Public Administration)(Effective from session 2016-17 -----------------------------------------------BA 3rd Year (Public Administration)BPAD 301 : Comparative Administrative SystemSection AMeaning, Nature, Scope and Significance of Comparative Public AdministrationStructural, Functional, Ecological and Development Approaches to the study ofComparative Administration.Silent features of the Constitution of U.K., USA, Sidney, France and China.Section BParliamentary System in UK, Presidential System in USA and Presidentialist System inFrance. Salient Features of Administrative Systems of UK, IJSA, France and Nepal withparticular Reference to Central Administration and Nature and Role of Civil Service.Section CBritish Home Office, Cabinet Secretariat in Great Britain, Independent RegulatoryCommission in USA. The office of Governor in the USA. French Council of State, SwedishOmbudsman, British Treasury.Books Recommended: & Zink: Modern Foreign GovernmentVishnu Bahgwan & Vidhya Bhusan: World ConstitutionsGavin Drewry and Tony Butchller: The Civil Service of TodayU S Governmetn ManualS R Maheshwari: Higher Civil Service in FranceFerrel Heady: Public Administration : A Comparative PerspectiveB. A. 1st, 2nd & 3rd Year (Public Administration)Page 56

SINGHANIA UNIVERSITYDetailed Syllabus of B A (Public Administration)(Effective from session 2016-17 AD 302 : Local AdministrationSection AMeaning, Nature, and Significance of Local-self Government in Modern State, Evolution ofLocal-self Government during the Ancient, Medieval and Modern India.The Organizational Structure of Urban, Local-self Government in India, Composition,Functions Powers and Role of various kinds of Local-bodies Local Administration of theMetropolitan Cities.Municipal Corporations and their Problems of Autonomy and Accountability.Section BTheory and Practice of Democratic Decentralization in India with special reference to 73rdConstitution Amendment, Panchayati Raj Institution, Zila Parisad, Panchayat Samiti, GramParnchayats and Gram Sabha: their Organization and Functions Personnel Administrationfor Rural & Urban Governments. Problem of Recruitment, Classification, Promotion, Traningand Service condition of Local Officials.Section CFinancial Administration of Local Bodies in India Strengthening of Local Resources.State control over local bodies at State Level, The Role of Directorate of Local Bodies andGramin Vikas & Panchayati Raj Department.Books Recommended: R Maheshwari: Local Government in IndiaS K Bhogle: Local Government in IndiaM.V. Mathur: Panchayati Raj in RajasthanR. L. Khanna: Municipal Government anti Administration in IndiaGovt. of Rajasthan: Rajasthan Municipalities Act 19646. Balwant Rai Mehta: Committee Report 19577. Journal of Local Self Government, Bombay8. Nagarlok, DelhiB. A. 1st, 2nd & 3rd Year (Public Administration)Page 57