Development Administration

Development is the end result of Public Administration. The paradigm of development is depending on the nature of government and its policies. It may be ideologically driven or ethically motivated. It strips off the orthodox structuralism of public administration as Read More …

Public Administration Meaning, Scope, Nature and Importance

The English word ‗administer‘ is derived from a combination of two Latin words and ‗ministrate‘ meaning ‗to serve or manage‘. Literally, the term means management the affairs of public or private. Administration refers to mobilisation of resources – human and Read More …

07-08.01.18 Chhattisgarh (CGPCS) Current Affairs

CHHATTISGARH Cm’s son launches ‘adopt a block’, ‘adopt a village’ programme   In a first of its kind initiative, Chhattisgarh’s Rajnandgaon Lok Sabha Member of Parliament (MP) Abhishek Singh– son of Chief Minister Raman Singh launched ‘Adopt a Block’ and Read More …

Health Policy of Chhattisgarh

Health Policy of Chhattisgarh The Chhattisgarh State Integrated Health and Population Policy 2006 The Chhattisgarh State Integrated Health and Population Policy 2006 reiterates the commitment of the State to promote health for all and to provide quality health care services, Read More …

Urban spheres of influence and rural urban fringe

Urban spheres of influence and rural urban fringe Urban spheres of influence Urban spheres of influence reflect centre-to-hinterland relationship, compared with the non-central region, the centre assumes more complex economic functions, and provides more economic activities. Famous theoretical contributions to Read More …

Quality of life, life expectancy, literacy, standard of living and migration in India

Quality of life, life expectancy, literacy, standard of living and migration in India Human development—a comprehensive approach Human development is a process of enlarging people’s choices. But human development is also the objective, so it is both a process and Read More …

Planning in India

Planning in India First Plan (1951 – 56) Target Growth : 2.1 % Actual Growth 3.6 % It was based on Harrod-Domar Model. Influx of refugees, severe food shortage & mounting inflation confronted the country at the onset of the Read More …