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Administrative Reforms and Good Governance
Janak Singh Meena Administrative Reforms and Good Governance (ISBN: 978-81-7910-540-5)
Pages: xii+211
Price: Rs. 950
Format: Hard Bound
ISBN: 978-81-7910-540-5
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Published in 2016
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The year 1858 was a landmark in India’s 1107 as the political power was legally transferred to the British Crown from the hands of the East India Company. The first task of the new rule was, to appoint, Rickett to examine the then prevalent administrative system of India. Ricketts report, called “Report on Civil Establishments and Salaries” was submitted in 1866. The Department of Administrative Reforms was set up in March 1964 and was located in the Ministry of Home Affairs. It now operates on a wider area than before and seeks to effect improvement in administration on a large scale by shifting emphasis from mere economy and routine office procedures to administrative reforms in broader sense. The Government appointed a high-power Administrative Reform Commission (ARC) in 1966, with Morarji Desai as its chairman and on his becoming Deputy Prime Minister, K. Hanumanthaiya, took over from him. The Commission had submitted 20 reports making over 500 recommendations. The Second Administrative Reforms Commission (ARC) was constituted on 31.08,2005, as a Commission of Inquiry, under the Chairmanship of Veerappa Moily for preparing a detailed blueprint for revamping the public administrative system. This book is mainly focused on the impact of Politico-governmental changes on administrative system such as : • Administrative Reforms in India during 1991-2015 • Bureaucratic Reforms at Grass root level • Concept of Minimum Government and Maximum Governance • Human Trafficking in Rajasthan: Recent Surge and Administrative Loopholes • e-governance way to Good Governance • Untold Stories of Corruption in Janani Suraksha Yojana • Digital India: New Avenues to e-Governance • New Dimensions of Urbanizations in India : The Smart City – Concept & Challenges • The Participation of People and their Role in Good Governance • The Public Service Guarantee Acts and Time Bound Delivery System, etc.


Janak Singh Meena

Janak Singh Meena



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