Public Administration - 2nd Batch - IAS 2016

Public Administration:
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Syllabus Analysis:
1. Public Administration - 1: Introduction to first six chapters (paper I)
2. Public Administration - 2: 7th to 12th Chapters (Paper I)
3. Public Administration - 3: Paper II - 1 to 7 chapters
4. Public Administration - 4: Paper II - 8 to 14 chapters
Paper I:
1. Chapter - 1: Meaning, Scope and Significance, Public and Private Administration, Wilson's vision, Evolution. 
2. Chapter - 1: NPA, Public Choice Approach, Challenges of LPG, Good Governance, New Public Management. 
3. Chapter - 2: Tylor and Fayol
4. Chapter - 2: Gullick, Urwick, Mooney and Reiley, M P Follet
5. Chapter - 2: Bureaucracy (Karl Marx, Max Weber)
6. Chapter -2: M P Follett, Elton Mayo, Chester Barnard
7. Chapter - 2: Herbert Simon
8. Chapter - 2:
9. Chapter - 2: Riggs
10. Chapter - 2:
Chapter III:
1. Administrative Behaviour

Chapter IV
1. Organisations

Chapter V and VI
Accountability and Control - Administrative Law
Chapter VII:
Comparative Public Administration (1)
Comparative Public Administration (2) and Development Dynamics (Chapter VII)
Chapter IX
Personnel Administration
Chapter X and XI
Public Policy, Techniques of Administration
Chapter XII
Financial Administration
Paper II:
Chapter I:
1. Chapter 1: Mauryan Administration
2. Chapter 2: Mughal and British Administration

1. Chapter II (1) - Salient Features of The Indian Constitution 
2. Chapter II (2) - Value Premises 
3. Chapter II (3) - Constitutionalism
4. Chapter II (4) - Political Culture 
5. Chapter II (5) - Bureaucracy and Democracy, Bureaucracy and Development
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Chapter IV:
1. Class I: Executive Structure and Functions
2. Class 2: President and Emergency Powers 
3. Class 3: President's Rule and Financial Emergency
4. Class 4: Judicial Powers, Military Powers. Is the President of India mere a Constitutional head?
5. Class - 5: Prime Minister
6. Class - 6: Council of Ministers, Collective Responsibility, Individual Responsibility and Moral Responsibility
7. Class - 7: Parliament. Functions of the President
8. Class - 8: House of the People and Council of States
9. Class - 9: Council of States and Multi Functional Role of The Parliament
10. Class - 10: Cabinet Secretariat 
11. Class - 11: Prime Minister's Office (PMO)
12. Class - 12: Central Secretariat
13. Class - 13: Ministries and Departments, Bureau, Boards, Commissions, Attached and Subordinate offices

Chapter VI:
1. Class - 1: Governor, Powers and Functions, Recommendations of Sarkaria Commission, Nehru's view on Governor
2. Class - 2: Discretionary Powers of the Governor
3. Class - 3: Chief Minister and Council of Ministers 
4. Class - 4: Chief Secretary and State Secretariat
5. Class - 5: Directorates

Chapter - VII:
1. Class - 1: District Collector (1)
2. Class - II: District Collector (2)
3. Class - 3: Center - State Relations
4. Class - 4: Law and Order Administration