This book deals with the theory and practice of public administration in India. It traces the evolution of administrative thought from days of Kautilya through the Mughal and British periods to the system enshrined in the Constitution of free India. The book delineates the physical structures of the Indian administrative systems the bureaucracy, secretariat, land revenue system, tribal administration, panchayati raj and the municipal government.
|Title:||Public Administration In India||Publisher:||MacMillan|
|No. of Pages:||412|