Indian Public Administration: Institutions and Issues

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New Age International, 1995 - India - 676 pages
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Contents

Kautilyas Administrative State
3
The Mughal Administration
21
Part Five
29
Administration Under the British Rule
34
Value Premises
61
Parliamentary Democracy
70
The Indian President
83
Role and Responsibilities
101
Union and State
347
Civil Service Training
371
21
409
34
457
Foci and Strategies
459
70
464
Parliamentary Control Over Public Expenditure
495
101
502

The Council of Ministers and the Cabinet
114
Cabinet Secretariat
125
Ministries and Departments
133
Constitutional Position and Political Reality
191
The Chief Minister and State Council of Ministers
205
The Chief Secretary and State Secretariat
233
The District Collector
243
Urban Local Government
259
Struggle for Effectiveness
285
Structure and Recruitment
317
Comptroller and Auditor General of India
532
Complementarity and Compatibility
553
Administrative Reforms in India
571
Integrity in the Civil Service
593
Emerging Challenges to Indian Administration
625
Appendix
647
129
658
Name Index 673
220
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