Public Administration Class recording course
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Special care has been taken to prepare this course as per the UPSC Public Administration Mains syllabus. The course comprises of 40 class recordings to help you improve your knowledge and clear your concepts. Emphasis will be given on answer writing skills. Initially ‘model answers’ would be given to help you understand the structure required for the same.
Note: Unique tricks would be taught to leverage illustrations and current affairs to score more marks.
- 40 Class recordings
- Lifetime view and download access to class recordings
- Better understanding of the subject.
- Clear understanding of topics.
- Improved answer writing skills.
How is this course different from other similar courses?
- All queries and doubts of the students would be answered via WizIQ mail box.
- If students want study material on any subject not covered in the recording, it would be provided to them separately.
- Students can mail their answers of the questions discussed in the class for feedback.
- The study material is downloadable from the course content page of WizIQ.
- Students will get current affairs update from time to time.
- Lecture 1: Orientation Class, Meaning Scope & Significance of Public Administration, Wilson’s Vision of Public Administration
- Lecture 2: Evolution of Public Administration
- Lecture 3: New Public Administration, New Public Management and Public Choice Approach
- Lecture 4: Scientific Management (FW Taylor and his followers)
- Lecture 5: Classical Theory (Henry Fayol, Luther Gullick, LyndallUrwick, Mooney and Reiley, Chrys Argiris,Marry Parker Follet)
- Lecture 6 : Classical Theory Henry Fayol, Luther Gullick, LyndallUrwick, Mooney and Reiley, Marry Parker Follet)
- Lecture 7 : Marry Parker Follet
- Lecture 8 : Human Relations Theory (Elton Mayo)
- Lecture 9 : Behavioural Approach (Chester Barnard)
- Lecture 10: Decision Making (Herbert Simon)
- Lecture 11 : Administrative Behaviour – Motivation (Maslow and Herzberg), Morale
- Lecture 12: Administrative Thought: Max Weber’s Bureaucracy
- Lecture 13: Leadership and Communication
- Lecture 14: Accountability and Control
- Lecture 15: Accountability and Control
- Lecture 16: Ombudsmen and Citizen’s Charter Answer Writing Practise
- Lecture 17: Financial Administration
- Lecture 18: Financial Administrations, Administrative Law
- Lecture 19: Administrative Law (Wade, A V Dicey), Delegated Legislation
- Lecture 20: PSU, Public Policy
- Lecture 21: Comparative Administration (LD White, Fred Riggs)
- Lecture 22: Development Administration (Edward Weidner, Ramesh K Arora, George Gant,
- Lecture 23: Policy Science
- Lecture 24: History of Indian Administration,
- Lecture 25 : British Administration
- Lecture 26: Administration of Law and Order
- Lecture 27: Prime Ministers Office,Cabinet Secretariat
- Lecture 28: Ministries and Departments, Central Secretariat, field organisation
- Lecture 29: State Legislature, State Secretariat
- Lecture 30: Governor, Chief Minister, Chief Secretary
- Lecture 31: Local Development, 73rd Amendment ACT
- Lecture 32: 74th Amendment Act
- Lecture 33: Government of India Act 1935, District Collector
- Lecture 34: Administrative Reforms
- Lecture 35: National Development Council
- Lecture 36: Planning in India
- Lecture 37: Process of Plan Formulations at Centre and State levels
- Lecture 38: Answer Writing Practise
- Lecture 39: Child Rights, Major Issues in Indian Administration
- Lecture 40 : Welfare Administration
Language of instruction: English