Paper I and II - Public Administration 2017

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1. Analysis of Paper I
2. How to Read and Understand Questions? (Paper I)
3. Analysis of Paper II (1)
4. Analysis of Paper II (2)
5. A Review of first 4 days
Paper I:(Chapter I)
1. Class 1: Introduction and Meaning
2. Class 2: What is Public Administration? Difference between Administration and Management
3. Class 3: Nature, Scope and Significance
4. Class 4: Difference and similarities b/w Public and Private Administrations, Wilson's view of Public Administration
5. Class 5: Evolution of Public Administration
6. Class 6: NPA, NPM
7. Class 7: Questions and Answers
Chapter II:
1. Class 1: Principles of Organisation (1)
2. Class 2Principles of Organisation (2)
3. Scientific Management
4. Henry Fayol
5. Mooney and Reiley, Weber
6. Max Weber - Bureaucracy
7. Gullick and Urwick
8. Mary Parker Follet
9: Human Relations Theory
10. Behavioural Approach - Chester Barnard 
11. Simon, Participative Management
Chapter III
1. Communication
2. Leadership and Decision Making
3. Motivation Theories
Chapter IV:
1. Class 1: Organisations (1)
2. Class 2: Organisations (2)
*** Writing Practice***
Chapter V:
1. Class 1: Accountability, Integrity, Transparency, Ministrial Responsibility 
2. Class 2: Parliamentary Control over Administration
3. Class 3: Executive and Judicial Control over Administration
4. Class 4: Corruption, CVC, LokPal, LokAyukta, RTI, Civil Society 
Chapter VI:
1. Class 1: Administrative Law, Dicey, Delegated Legislation
2. Class 2: Administrative Tribunals
Chapter VII:
1. Class 1: Comparative Public Administration. USA, UK, France, Japan
2. Class 2: Ecological Approach
Paper II:
Chapter I:
1. Class 1: Evolution of Administration (1)
2. Class 2Evolution of Administration (2)
Chapter 2:
1. Class 1: Salient Features 
2. Class 2: Value Premises
3. Class 3: Constitutionalism, Political Culture
4. Class 4: Bureaucracy and Democracy, Bureaucracy and Development 
Chapter 3:
1. Public Sector Undertakings
Chapter 4:
1. Class 1: Government - Structure and Functions of the Executive
2. Class 2: Functions of The Executive - President
3. Class 3: Prime Minister and Council of Ministers
4. Class 4: Structure and Functions of the Parliament
5. Class 5: Judiciary Structure and Functions, Cabinet Secretariat 
6. Class 6: PMO, Central Secretariat 
7. Class 7: Central Secretariat (2)
8. Class 8: Ministries and Departments, Attached Offices and Subordinate Offices
Chapter 5:
1. Class 1: Planning
Chapter 6:
1. Class 1: Governor
2. Class 2: Chief Minister, Chief Secretary, Secretariat, Directorates