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    Sahitya Bhawan Indian Administration book by Fadia in english medium for IAS UPSC civil services examination and MA Political Science, Public Administration

     

    Edition 2021
    Subject Indian Administration
    Author Dr. B.L. Fadia & Kuldeep Fadia
    Binding Paperback
    Pages 1248
    Language English
    Country India
    Series Title IAS/PCS Exams
    Isbn13 9789388115858

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    Sahitya Bhawan Indian Administration book has been organised into thirteen independent parts. Part one discusses the evolution of Indian Administration. Part two explains the Indian Constitutional setting. Part three highlights the working of public undertakings and its problems and challenges. According to revised Syllabus Study of Public Administration is a part of the larger study of governmental processes and political systems.

    Content                                                                                       

    1. Administrative system during the period of kautilya
    2. The mughal administrative system
    3. Administrative system during the british period : Legacy of british rule
    4. Salient features of the indian administration
    PHILOSOPHICAL & CONSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK OF GOVERNMENT
    5. Salient features of the indian constitution
    6. The preamble : Philosophy of the constitution
    7. Secularism : Soul of the constitution
    8. The fundamental rights : Charter of political & civil liberties
    9. Directive principles of state policy : Manifesto of aims and objectives
    10. Fundamental rights and directive principles of state policy : Relationship
    11. Fundamental duties
    12. Parliamentary democracy in india
    13. India’s administrative culture
    14. Bureaucracy and development
    PUBLIC SECTOR UNDERTAKING
    15. Public undertakings in india
    UNION GOVERNMENT AND ADMINISTRATION
    16. Office of the president : Method of election
    17. Powers and position of the president
    18. The prime minister : Office and powers
    19. Union council of ministers
    20. The indian parliament : Role and functioning
    21. Working of parliament
    22. The supreme court of india : Organisation and powers
    23. Judiciary and democratic process : Context of judicial review in india
    24. Judiciary and democratic process : Context of judicial activism in india
    25. Cabinet committees
    26. Cabinet secretariat
    27. Prime minister’s office
    28. Central secretariat
    29. Ministries and departments
    30. Boards and commissions in india
    31. National institute for transforming india—Niti Aayog
    FEDERAL SYSTEM AND CENTRE-STATE RELATIONS
    32. Indian federal system : Structure and processes
    33. Centre-state legislative relations : An overview
    34. Centre-state administrative relations : An overview
    35. Centre-state financial relations : An overview
    36. Politics of president’s rule in the states
    37. Party system and political dynamics of indian federalism
    38. Over-centralisation : A plea for state autonomy
    39. Centre-state relations : Areas of conflict
    40. Commissions on centre-state relations : Major recommendations
    41. Role of the finance commission
    STATE GOVERNMENT AND ADMINISTRATION
    42. Office of the governor : Mode of selection and removal
    43. Role of the governor : Powers and position
    44. Chief minister and the council of ministers
    45. Chief secretary
    46. State secretariat
    47. Directorates
    DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT
    48. District administration : Changing role of the district collector
    49. Panchayati raj institutions
    50. Urban local government
    51. Rural development programmes in india
    52. Urban development programmes in india
    PUBLIC SERVICES
    53. Evolution of the civil services in india
    54. Civil services in india : Position classification
    55. All india services : Nature, role and rationale
    56. All india services : IAS, IPS & IFS
    57. Central civil services
    58. The union public service commission : Composition, Functions and Role
    59. State Services
    60. State Public Service Commissions
    61. Training and capacity building in the changing context of governance
    62. Politicisation of the higher civil services—Relations between political and permanent executives : Issues of anonymity & neutrality vs. Commitment
    63. Relationship between specialist & generalist administrators
    64. Good governance : Initiatives in india
    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
    65. Budget as a political instrument
    66. Budgetary process in india : Role of the ministry of finance
    67. Control over public expenditure : Estimates committee and public accounts committee
    68. Accounts and audit : Role of controller general of accounts
    69. The comptroller and auditor general of india
    ADMINISTRATIVE REFORMS
    70. Administrative reforms : Insights from indian experience
    71. Reforming india’s higher civil services : Agenda for 21st century reforms
    MACHINERY FOR PLANNING
    72. Economic planning, federalism and machinery for plan formulation
    73. Decentralised and district planning in india
    ADMINISTRATION OF LAW AND ORDER
    74. Role of central and state agencies in maintenance of law and order
    75. Criminalisation of politics and administration
    76. Police reforms in india : Historical perspective
    77. National police commission
    78. Reforms in police
    MAJOR ISSUES IN INDIAN ADMINISTRATION
    79. Minister-civil servant relationship
    80. Ethics and values in public service : Problem of corruption in indian administration
    81. The lokpal and lokayuktas
    82. Coalition governments and politics : Problems of administration
    83. Human rights : National human rights commission
    84. Impact of information technology on indian administration : e-governance in india
    85. Globalisation and indian administration
    86. Control over indian administration
    87. Disaster management

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    Sahitya Bhawan Indian Government and politics book by Fadia in english medium for IAS UPSC civil services examination and MA Political Science, Public Administration

     

    Edition 2021
    Subject Indian Government & Politics
    Author Dr. B.L. Fadia & Kuldeep Fadia
    Binding Paperback
    Pages 1008
    Language English
    Country India
    Series Title IAS/PCS Exams
    Isbn13 9789390007455

    Product Features                                           

    Sahitya Bhawan 16th edition of Prof. B.L. Fadia’s ‘Indian Government and Politics’ is being placed in the hands of the readers. The book has been revised, updated and also, enlarged.
    It is a matter of satisfaction to the author that the 14th edition of the book has since long been exhausted thus testifying to its usefulness to the students and teachers of Political Science. While preparing this edition efforts have been made to make it more analytical, meaningful and uptodate, both for the teachers and students and also for those who intend to appear in various competitive examinations at All India or State levels.
    India is a particularly significant laboratory of political, economic and social development and change. It is a static society in progress, with a political system grounded in conservative traditions but nevertheless in a process of change. In the strictest sense of the term India has perhaps not yet evolved a real political system at all; but it has a well established framework of government and law which is a working reality, although to be sure it sometimes operates in peculiar ways and is often strangely affected by non-political forces and development.
    The revised volume of Sahitya Bhawas’ Indian Government and Politic presents a fairly comprehensive view of the evolving Indian political system at a critical period of its development. The volume seeks to analyse and probe the diverse aspects and problems of contemporary Indian politics in their proper historical setting. It discusses the constitution making process, Philosophy of the Constitution, Nature of the Indian State, Social structure and Democratic process. It evaluates the amendments to the Constitution uptodate and puts its focus on institutional structures and processes of the governmental system and analyses their working. The book surveys Centre-State relations and critically examines the recommendations of the Sarkaria Commission on Centre-State relations. Fadia’s book discusses the nature of the party system, regional political parties and investigates the problem of electoral reform and makes concrete suggestions.
    During the years that this work has grown from its earliest beginnings to its present form and content, we have greatly profited from our discussions with several scholars. Besides, we have drawn liberally from many authors whose names and works are mentioned in the foot notes at the appropriate places and also included in the bibliography.

    Content                                                                                       

    1. The Historical Context : Nature of the British Colonial Rule in India
    2. Struggle for India’s Freedom : Character of the Indian National Movement
    3. Constitutional Developments of India
    4. India on the Eve of Independence
    5. Approaches to the Study of Indian Politics
    6. The Constituent Assembly of India : Perceptions of the Indian Polity
    7. Salient Features of the Indian Constitution
    8. The Preamble : Approach to Liberty, Equality and Justice
    9. Secularism : The Soul of the Constitution
    10. The Fundamental Rights : Charter of Political and Civil Liberties
    11. Directive Principles of State Policy : Manifesto of Aims and Objectives
    12. Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policy : Possibility of Conflict
    13. Fundamental Duties
    14. Right to Property : From Fundamental to Legal Right
    15. The Indian Constitution : Doctrine of Basic Structure
    16. Constitutional Amendments : Socio-Political Implications
    17. Nature of the Indian State
    18. India : Social Structure and Democratic Process
    CONSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK AND INSTITUTIONAL FUNCTIONING
    19. The Indian Federal System : Structure and Processes
    20. Centre-State Legislative Relations : An Overview
    21. Centre-State Administrative Relations : An Overview
    22. Centre-State Financial Relations : An Overview
    23. Politics of Planning <BI>vis-a-vis <D>State Autonomy
    24. Politics of President’s Rule in the States
    25. The Party System and Political Dynamics of Indian Federalism
    26. Over-Centralisation : A Plea for State Autonomy
    27. Centre-State Relations : Areas of Conflict
    28. Commissions on Centre-State Relations : Major Recommendations
    29. The Indian Parliament : Role and Functioning
    30. Working of Parliament
    31. Office of the President : Election Method and Politics of Selection
    32. Powers and Position of the President
    33. The Prime Minister : Office and Powers
    34. The Union Council of Ministers
    35. The Supreme Court of India : Organization and Powers
    36. Judiciary and Democratic Process : Context of Judicial Review in India
    37. Judiciary and Democratic Process : Context of Judicial Activism in India
    38. State Politics in India : A Framework
    39. Evolution of States in India
    40. The Office of the Governor : Mode of Selection and Removal
    41. The Role of Governor in State Politics
    42. The Chief Minister and the Council of Ministers in State Politics
    43. The State Legislature
    44. The High Courts
    45. Panchayati Raj System in India
    46. Nature of Administration : Its Role in the Development Process
    PARTY SYSTEM AND ELECTIONS
    47. Nature of the Indian Party System
    48. The Party System in India : National Parties
    49. The Party System in India : Role of Regional and State Parties
    50. Pressure Groups in Indian Politics
    51. The Election Commission : Organisation, Functions and Role
    52. Electoral Reforms in India
    53. Elections and Political Participation
    54. 17th Lok Sabha Elections 2019
    55. Social Movements in India
    DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
    56. Strategy of Development in India
    57. India : Problems of Underdevelopment : Poverty, Illiteracy and Environ- mental Degradation and Regional Imbalances
    58. Defection Politics in India
    59. India’s Experiment with Coalition Governments at the Federal Level
    60. Crime and Politics : The Nexus
    61. National Integration
    62. Politics of Minorities in India
    63. Communalism in Indian Politics
    64. The Caste and Indian Politics
    65. Language Politics in India
    66. Regionalism in Indian Politics
    67. Problem of Violence in India
    68. Special Status of Jammu and Kashmir : Article 370 and its Abrogation
    69. Women’s Political Participation in India : An Agenda for Empowerment
    70. The Case for Presidential System

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    Sahitya Bhawan Indian Polity book in english medium by Fadia for IAS UPSC civil services and MA Political Science

     

    Edition 2021
    Subject Indian Polity
    Author Prof. B. L. Fadia , Dr. Kuldeep Fadia
    Binding Paperback
    Pages 568
    Language English
    Country India
    Series Title  IAS/PCS Exams
    Isbn13 9789353391850

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    Sahitya Bhawan Indian Polity book incorporates all the amendments up to and including the Constitution 101st Amendment Act, 2016. Includes over 430 Multiple Choice Questions on Indian Polity for General Studies. Also includes UPSC Prelim Questions on Indian Polity. Covers all dimensions (Constitutional, non-constitutional, political and administrative) of the subject. Fully covers the Indian Polity section of the General Studies and also useful for optional subjects like Political Science, Law and Public Administration. The Constitutional provisions are critically examined in the light of the latest judgments of the Supreme Court and High Courts.

    Content                                                                          

    I. Historical setting and framework of the constitution
    1. Constitutional development of india
    The company rule
    The crown rule
    2. The constituent assembly of india : Making of the consti-tution
    3. Salient features of the indian constitution
    4. The preamble : Philosophy of the constitution
    5. The union and its territory : Evolution of states in india
    6. Citizenship
    7. The fundamental rights
    6. The directive principles of state policy
    9. Fundamental rights and directive principles : Relationship
    10. Fundamental duties
    11. Amendment of the constitution
    12. The indian constitution : Doctrine of basic structure
    13. The ideology of the constitution
    14. Right to property : From fundamental to legal right
    15. Secularism : The soul of the constitution
    II. Nature of governmental system
    16. Parliamentary democracy in india
    17. The indian federal system : Nature
    18. Centre-state relations : An overview
    19. Centre-state relations : Areas of conflict and recommendations of the sarkaria commission
    20. Over-centralisation : A plea for state autonomy
    21. Politics of president’s rule in the states
    22. Special status of jammu & kashmir : Article 370 of the constitution
    III. Union governmental
    23. The indian parliament
    24. Working of parliament
    25. Office of the president : Powers and position
    26. Office of the vice-president
    27. The indian prime minister : Office and powers
    28. The union council of ministers
    29. The prime minister’s office
    30. Cabinet secretariat
    31. Cabinet committees
    32. The supreme court of india : Orga-nisation and powers
    IV. State government
    23. The office of the governor : Po-wers and position
    34. The chief minister and the council of ministers
    35. The chief secretary
    36. The state legislature
    37. The state high courts
    V. Local government
    38. Panchayati raj system in india
    46. The comptroller and auditor general of india
    47. Attorney general and solicitor general of india
    48. Advocate general of the state
    VII. Non-constitutional bodies
    49. National commission for transforming india (niti aayog)
    50. National human rights commission
    51. Central vigilance commission & central bureau of investigation
    52. Central information commission (cic)
    53. Lokpal and lokayuktas
    VIII. Relevant dimensions of the Constitution
    54. Official language
    55. Cpublic services in india
    56. All india services
    57. Administrative tribunals
    58. Special provisions relating to certain classes
    IX. Dynamics of politics
    59. Cthe party system in india
    60. Pressure groups in indian politics
    61. National integration
    62. Coalition politics in india
    63. Electoral reforms in india
    64. The case for presidental system
    65. Reviewing the indian constitution
    66. 16th Analysis of results

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    Sahitya Bhawan INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS (United Nations & Major Organisations) book by Fadia for IAS UPSC civil services and other competitive examinations

     

    Edition 2021
    Subject International Organizations
    Author Prof. B. L. Fadia , Dr. Kuldeep Fadia
    Binding Paperback
    Pages 278
    Language English
    Country India
    Series Title  IAS/PCS Exams
    Isbn13 9789353397272

    Product Features                                           

    Sahitya Bhawan INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS (United Nations & Major Organisations) book includes major contemporary International Treaties, Agreements and Conventions. The book briefly explores the nature, structure and working of the major international organizations with detailed discussion of the United Nations. The book incorporates the multitude of ways in which the United Nations touches the lives of people everywhere. It reflects the work of the organization in such areas as peace, development, human rights, humanitarian assistance, with special reference to the working of specialized agencies and programme. In describing the work of the United Nations family of organizations, the book provides comprehensive account of the many challenges before the international community. The book overviews the major international organization–financial institutions, political organizations and trade organizations : their origin, evolution, role and activities. It also summaries important conferences, conventions, agreements and treaties of international prominence. The book has been written in a simple and lucid style. The facts have been carefully collected and analysed so as the seve the needs of the candidates appearing for competitive examinations.

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    • The united nations organization
      1. The united nations organization : Background
      2. Principal organs of the united nations
      3. Specialized agencies of the united nations
      4. Major programmes/other bodies of the united nations
      5. The united nations and human rights
      6. United nations and peacekeeping operations
      7. The millennium development goals
      8. Strengthening the united nations
    • Major international organizations
      International financial institutions
      International political organizations
      International trade organizations
      Major contemporary international treaties, agreements and conventions

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    Sahitya Bhawan Public Administration book by Fadia in english medium for IAS UPSC civil services examination and MA Political Science, Public Administration

     

    Edition 2021
    Subject Public Administration
    Author Dr. B.L. Fadia & Kuldeep Fadia
    Binding Paperback
    Pages 1128
    Language English
    Country India
    Series Title IAS/PCS Exams
    Isbn13 9789353396978

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    Sahitya Bhawan Public Administration book is analytical and examines the framework of Public Administration as an autonomous discipline. The text provides an up-to-date, authoritative and readable introduction of Public Administration and Governmental, upsc public administration books, an introduction to public administration, public administration textbook, best books for public administration, introduction to public administration book,

    Content                                                                                       

    1. Public Administration : Meaning and Scope
    2. Importance of Public Administration
    3. Role of Public Administration in Developed and Developing Societies
    4. Public Administration and Private Administration
    5. Public-private Partnership PPP)
    6. Approaches to The Study of Public Administration
    7. Philosophy, Science and Art of Public Administration
    8. Evolution of The Discipline of Public Administration
    9. Wilson’s Vision of Public Administration
    10. Comparative Public Administration : Reference to The Riggsian Models
    11. Concept of Development and Post-development Theory or Anti-development Thesis
    12. Development Administration : Fred W. Riggs
    13. Bureaucracy and Development
    14. New Public Administration
    15. Public Administration and Policy-making
    16. Recent Trends in Public Administration
    17. Public Choice Approach
    18. New Public Management [NPM] Perspective
    19. State vs. Market Debate
    20. Ecology of Public Administration
    21. Administrative Culture
    22. Good Governance : Concept and Application
    23. Entrepreneurial Government
    24. Information Technology and Public Administration : E-Governance
    25. Challenges of Globalisation, Liberalisation and Privatisation : Impact on Public Administration
    26. Organisation : Formal and Informal Organisations
    27. Organisation Theory : Approaches or Paradigms
    28. Principles of Organisation
    29. Hierarchy
    30. Span of Control
    31. Unity of Command
    32. Co-ordination
    33. Chief Executive
    34. Line and Staff
    35. The Department
    36. The Public Corporation
    37. The Independent Regulatory Commission
    38. The Government Company
    39. Boards and Commissions in India
    MANAGEMENT
    40. Management and its Tasks : Context of Participative Management
    41. Scientific Management : Frederick W. Taylor
    42. Theories of Leadership
    43. The Concept of Authority and Responsibility
    44. Delegation of Authority
    45. Centralisation and Decentralisation in Administration
    46. Supervision
    47. Decision-Making Theory : Herbert Simon
    48. Motivation : Maslow, Mcgregor & Herzberg
    49. Communication in Administration
    50. Control : Reference to Pert and CPM
    51. Human Relations in Management : Elton Mayo
    PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION
    52. The Concept of Bureaucracy : Max Weber
    53. The Concept of Civil Service
    54. Evolution of Civil Services
    55. Personnel Administration : Recruitment
    56. Personnel Administration : Training
    57. Personnel Administration : Promotion
    58. Position Classification and Pay Scales
    59. All India Services : Nature, Role and Rationale
    60. All India Services : IAS, IPS & IFS
    61. Relationship Between Specialist and Generalist Administrators
    62. Issues of Anonymity and Neutrality vs. Commitment
    63. Employer-Employee Relations : Reference to Whitleyism
    FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION
    64. Financial Administration : Elements of Budget
    65. Budgetary Process in India
    66. Zero-Based Budgeting
    67. Performance Budgeting [Reference to Planning- Programming-budgeting System (PPBS)]
    68. Control Over Public Expenditure : Estimates Committee and Public Accounts Committee
    69. The Comptroller and Auditor General of India
    70. Deficit Financing
    71. Public Debt
    72. Accounts and Audit
    CITIZEN AND ADMINISTRATION
    73. Integrity in Administration : Ethics and Values in Public Service
    74. The Institution of Ombudsman
    75. The Lokpal and Lokayuktas
    76. Grievance Redressal Mechanism
    77. Control Over Administration : Legislative, Judicial, Executive and Popular Control
    78. People’s Participation In Administration
    79. Role of Civil Society
    80. Social Audit
    81. Openness and Right to Information
    82. Citizens’ Charter
    83. Pressure and Interest Groups
    84. Role of NGOs and Voluntary Agencies
    85. Self-Help Groups (SHGs)
    86. Delegated Legislation
    87. Administrative Law
    88. Administrative Adjudication and Tribunals
    ASPECTS OF THE INDIAN ADMINISTRATION
    89. Administrative Reforms : Insights from Indian Experience
    90. Organisation and Methods (O & M)

     

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  • English Edition

    Sahitya Bhawan Public Administration in India book by Fadia in english medium for IAS UPSC civil services examination and MA Political Science, Public Administratio

     

    Edition 2021
    Subject Public Administration in India
    Author Dr. B.L. Fadia & Kuldeep Fadia
    Binding Paperback
    Pages 1128
    Language English
    Country India
    Series Title IAS/PCS Exams
    Isbn13 9789353399412

    Product Features                                           

    Sahitya Bhawan Public Administration in India book by Fadia is comprehensive, analytical and examines the framework of Indian Administration as an autonomous discipline. The text provides an up-to-date, authoritative and readable introduction of Indian Administration and Governmental process, indian public administration book,

    Content                                                                                       

    1. Administrative System During The Period of Kautilya
    2. The Mughal Administrative System
    3. Administrative System During The British Period : Legacy Of British Rule
    4. Salient Features of The Indian Administration
    PHILOSOPHICAL & CONSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK OF GOVERNMENT
    5. Salient Features of The Indian Constitution
    6. The Preamble : Philosophy of The Constitution
    7. The Fundamental Rights : Charter of Political And Civil Liberties
    8. Directive Principles of State Policy : Manifesto of Aims And Objectives
    9. Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policy : Relationship
    10. Fundamental Duties
    11. Parliamentary Democracy In India
    12. India’s Administrative Culture
    13. Bureaucracy and Development
    PUBLIC SECTOR UNDERTAKING
    14. Public Undertakings in India
    UNION GOVERNMENT AND ADMINISTRATION
    15. Office of The President : Method of Election
    16. Powers And Position of The President
    17. The Prime Minister : Office And Powers
    18. Union Council of Ministers
    19. The Indian Parliament : Role and Functioning
    20. The Supreme Court Of India : Organisation and Powers
    21. Judiciary and Democratic Process : Context of Judicial Review in India
    22. Judiciary and Democratic Process : Context of Judicial Activism in India
    23. Cabinet Committees
    24. Cabinet Secretariat
    25. Prime Minister’s Office
    26. Central Secretariat
    27. Ministries and Departments
    28. Boards and Commissions in India
    29. National Institution for Transforming India—Niti Aayog
    FEDERAL SYSTEM AND CENTRE-STATE RELATIONS
    30. Indian Federal System : Structure and Processes
    31. Centre-state Legislative Relations : An Overview
    32. Centre-state Administrative Relations : An Overview
    33. Centre-state Financial Relations : An Overview
    34. Politics Of President’s Rule in The States
    35. Over-centralisation : A Plea For State Autonomy
    36. Centre-state Relations : Areas of Conflict
    37. Commissions on Centre-state Relations : Major Recommendations
    38. Role of The Finance Commission
    STATE GOVERNMENT AND ADMINISTRATION
    39. Office of The Governor : Mode of Selection and Removal
    40. Role of The Governor : Powers and Position
    41. Chief Minister and The Council of Ministers
    42. Chief Secretary
    43. State Secretariat
    44. Directorates
    DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT
    45. District Administration : Changing Role of The District Collector
    46. Panchayati Raj Institutions
    47. Urban Local Government
    48. Rural Development Programmes in India
    49. Urban Development Programmes in India
    PUBLIC SERVICES
    50. Evolution of The Civil Services in India
    51. Civil Services In India : Position Classification
    52. All India Services : Nature, Role and Rationale
    53. All India Services : IAS, IPS & IFS
    54. Central Civil Services
    55. Training and Capacity Building in The Changing Context of Governance
    56. Politicisation of The Higher Civil Services—Relations Between Political and Permanent Executives : Issues of Anonymity & Neutrality Vs. Commitment
    57. Good Governance : Initiatives in India
    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
    58. Budget As A Political Instrument
    59. Budgetary Process In India : Role Of The Ministry Of Finance
    60. Control Over Public Expenditure : Estimates Committee and Public Accounts Committee
    61. Accounts and Audit : Role Of Controller General of Accounts
    62. The Comptroller and Auditor General of India
    ADMINISTRATIVE REFORMS
    63. Administrative Reforms : Insights From Indian Experience
    64. Reforming India’s Higher Civil Services : Agenda For 21st Century Reforms
    MACHINERY FOR PLANNING
    65. Economic Planning, Federalism and Machinery for Plan Formulation
    66. Decentralised and District Planning in India
    ADMINISTRATION OF LAW AND ORDER
    67. Role of Central and State Agencies in Maintenance of Law and Order
    68. Criminalisation of Politics and Administration
    69. Police Reforms in India : Historical Perspective
    70. National Police Commission
    71. Reforms in Police
    MAJOR ISSUES IN INDIAN ADMINISTRATION
    72. Minister-Civil Servant Relationship
    73. Ethics and Values in Public Service : Problem of Corruption in Indian Administration
    74. The Lokpal and Lokayuktas
    75. Coalition Governments and Politics : Problems of Administration
    76. Human Rights : National Human Rights Commission
    77. Disaster Management

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    Sahitya Bhawan The Constitution of India book in english medium by Fadia for IAS UPSC civil services and MA Political Science

     

    Edition 2021
    Subject The Constitution of India
    Author Prof. B. L. Fadia , Dr. Kuldeep Fadia
    Binding Paperback
    Pages 256
    Language English
    Country India
    Series Title  IAS/PCS Exams
    Isbn13 9789390007271

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    Sahitya Bhawan The Constitution of India book – There are many voluminous and multi-volume works and some popular guide books on our Constitution but there has been a long-felt need for a concise but comprehensive and authoritative study. It is hoped that the present book would meet this need. Not only students of Political Science and Constitutional Law but also lawyers and citizens wanting to understand the Constitution and know something about the politico-constitutional system under which we live will find it useful. The book reproduces the text of the Constitution of India as amended and updated by Parliament from time to time. All amendments made by the Parliament upto and including the Constitution (104th Amendment) Act, December 2019 are incorporated in this edition. This book presents latest Constitutional Amendments with brief notes and commentaries—factual, objective and analytical—the book is highly readable.

    Content                                                                          

    Part I : The union and its territory
    Part II : Citizenship
    Part III : Fundamental rights
    Part IV : Directive principles of state policy
    Part IVa : Fundamental duties
    Part V : The union

    • Chapter I. The executive
    • Chapter II. Parliament
    • Chapter III. Legislative powers of the president
    • Chapter IV. The union judiciary
    • Chapter V. Comptroller and auditor-general of india

    Part VI : The states

    • Chapter I. General
    • Chapter II. The executive
    • Chapter III. The state legislature
    • Chapter IV. Legislative power of the governor
    • Chapter V. The high courts in the states
    • Chapter VI, subordinate courts

    Part VII [omitted] : The states in part b of the first schedule
    Part VIII : The union territories
    Part IX : The panchayats
    Part IXa : The municipalities
    Part IXb : The co-operative societies
    Part X : The scheduled and tribal areas
    Part XI : Relations between the union and the states

    • Chapter I. Legislative relations
    • Chapter II. Administrative relations

    Part XIII : Finance, property, contracts and suits

    • Chapter I. Finance
    • Chapter II. Borrowing
    • Chapter III. Property, contracts, rights, liabilities, obligations and suits
    • Chapter IV. Right to property

    Part XIII : Trade, commerce and intercourse within the territory of india
    Part XIV : Services under the union and the states

    • Chapter I. Services
    • Chapter II. Public service commissions

    Part XIVa : Tribunals
    Part XV : Elections
    Part XVI : Special provisions relating to certain classes
    Part XVII : Official language

    • Chapter I. Language of the union
    • Chapter II. Regional languages
    • Chapter III. Language of the supreme court, high courts, etc.
    • Chapter IV. Special directives

    Part XVIII : Emergency provisions
    Part XIX : Miscellaneous
    Part XX : Amendment of the constitution
    Part XXI : Temporary, transitional and special provisions
    Part XXII : Short title, commencement [authoritative text in hindi] and repeals
    Schedules
    Appendix 1. Summary of the jammu and kashmir reorganisation act, 2019
    Appendix 2. List of amendments of the constitution of india

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