Development Administration

In a developing country like India where the State is enjoined to play an important role in the process of development, the judiciary too is expected to ...

The system of Public Interest Litigation (PIL) is a novel attempt to make the justice available to the poor and deprived masses. As the judicial system is ...

Gender issues usually refer to the position of men and women in the society and the nature of their relationship. Gender divisions are based upon the ...

Social participation implies mobilizing the entire society or community for its own development. It becomes possible if individuals, local groups and social ...

The commitment of a civil servant extends to establishing a society in which there will be no exploitation, a society in which every citizen will be provided ...

The composition of State Planning Board is as follows: Chairman: The Chief Minister acts as the chairman of State Planning Board. But if the state is under ...

Planning in India is a complex process consisting of five broad stages. Constitutionally the subject of social and economic planning is placed in Concurrent ...

Planning is the basic requirement for development in country like India. Planning adds following advantages to the process of development: Planning enables ...

The socio-economic condition of India after Independence was such that it was impossible for either public or private sector to carry on the responsibility of ...

Understanding of Public Administration as a Social Science: Although administration is as old as society, systematic attempts in administrative study began in ...

The main attempt of the planning was to evolve the strategies to at least minimize the problems being faced by the people at large. The essential objective is ...

The Planning Commission in India: In the Cabinet resolution of March 15, 1950 emphasized that the need for comprehensive planning based on a careful appraisal ...

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