Syllabus and Subjects for Bachelor of Arts [BA] (Public Administration):

BA Public Administration Syllabus SEM-1

Unit-1

 

There will one compulsory question in the UNIT-I and it will be Multiple Choice Question(MCQ) type and will be based on the syllabus prescribed in other four units (UNIT-II to UNITV)of the syllabus.

 

Unit-2

 

Meaning and Scope of Development Administration. Welfare State; Meaning and Objectives, Concepts of Welfare State and the Directive Principles of State Policy.

 

Unit-3

 

Organisation of Planning Agencies: Planning Commission, National Development Council, StatePlanning Board and Department, Preparation of Five Years Plans.

 

Unit-4

 

Social Welfare Administration in India: Institutional Framework and Programmes of Centre and State Governments for the Welfare of Scheduled Castes, Women and Children.

 

 


BA Public Administration Syllabus SEM-2

Unit-1

 

There will one compulsory question in the UNIT-I and it will be Multiple Choice Question(MCQ) type and will be based on the syllabus prescribed in other four units (UNIT-II to UNITV)of the syllabus.

 

Unit-2

 

British Legacies over Indian Administration. Features of Indian Administration. Role of Indian Administration in Socio-Economic Development. Fundamental Rights and Duties.

 

Unit-3

 

President: Election, Impeachment, Powers and Position. Prime Minister & Council of Ministers: Appointment, Powers and Role. Central Secretariat and Cabinet Secretariat: Organisation, Role and functions.

 

Unit-4

 

Ministry of Home Affairs: Organisation and Role, Ministry of Finance: Organisation and Functions, Finance Commission and Comptroller & Auditor General.

 

 


BA Public Administration SEM-3

Unit-1

 

There will one compulsory question in the UNIT-I and it will be Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) type and will be based on the syllabus prescribed in other four units (UNIT-II to UNITV) of the syllabus.

 

Unit-2

 

Constitutional Framework of States in India, Governor: Appointment Powers & Functions. ChiefMinister: Powers, Role and Position. Council of Ministers and State Legislature. Organisation and Structure of State Administration.

 

Unit-3

 

State Secretariat and Directorate: Organisation and Functions. Chief Secretary: Role and Position inState Administration. State Planning Department and Board. Divisional Commissioner: Powers, Functions and Position.

 

Unit-4

 

District Administration: Evolution, Features and Functions. District Collector: Evolution, Appointment. Functions and Position.

 


BA Public Administration Syllabus SEM-4

Unit-1

 

Police Administration at District Level: Organisation and Functions. Role and Functions ofSuperintendent of Police. Other Functionaries and Sub-District Level: Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Block Development and Panchayat Officer, Tehsildar.

 

Unit-2

 

Local Government: Evolution, Meaning, Features and Significance. 73rd and 74th ConstitutionAmendment Acts.

 

Unit-3

 

Urban Local Bodies: Municipal Corporation, Municipal Council and Municipal Committees their Meaning Features, Role and Significance.

 

Unit-4

 

Panchayati Raj Institutions: Composition, Functions, Sources of Income of Gram Panchayats, Panchayat Samities and Zila Parishads. District Planning Committee: Composition, Functions and Significance.

 


BA Public Administration Syllabus SEM-5

Unit-1

 

There will one compulsory question in the UNIT-I and it will be Multiple Choice Question(MCQ) type and will be based on the syllabus prescribed in other four units (UNIT-II to UNITV)of the syllabus.

 

Unit-2

 

Concept of Citizen Centric Administration: Evolution, Concept, Features and Significance.Functions of Government: Regulatory functions, Service-providing functions and Developmentalfunctions.

 

Unit-3

 

Citizens’ Charters: Evolution, Features and Applications. Citizens’ Participation in Administration: Concept, Agencies, Significance and Limitations

 

Unit-4

 

Citizens’ Charters: Evolution, Features and Applications. Citizens’ Participation in Administration: Concept, Agencies, Significance and Limitations

 


BA Public Administration Syllabus SEM-6

Unit-1

 

There will one compulsory question in the UNIT-I and it will be Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) type and will be based on the syllabus prescribed in other four units (UNIT-II to UNITV) of the syllabus.

 

Unit-2

 

Accountability in Public Administration: Parliamentary, Executive and Judicial Control overAdministration. Lok Pal and Lok Ayukta.

 

Unit-3

 

Integrity in Administration: Means and Agencies for checking Corruption at Union and State Level.

 

Unit-4

 

Political and Permanent Executive. Generalists and Specialist Relationship. AdministrativeReforms.

 


BA Public Administration Syllabus SEM-7

Unit-1

 

There will one compulsory question in the UNIT-I and it will be Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) type and will be based on the syllabus prescribed in other four units (UNIT-II to UNITV) of the syllabus.

 

Unit-2

 

Meaning, Concept and Significance of Rural Development Administration. Growth of RuralDevelopment Institutions in India (since Independence)

 

Unit-3

 

Institutional Arrangement for Rural Development at National, State, District, Block and Village levels. Ministry of Rural Development and Ministry of Panchayat at Union Level and Department of Panchayat at State Level, DRDA and Zila Parishad and Gram Panchayat.

 

Unit-4

 

Rural Development Programmes: National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, Indira Awas Yojna, Swarn Jayanti Gram Swa Rojgaar Yojna.

 

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