PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: Daily Answer Writing Challenge- 2016 Day 10

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: Daily Answer Writing Challenge- 2016  Day 10 29 August 2017 Archives   Syllabus – Organisations and PPP 1.“PPPs serve too many parties and too many interests … to be focussed.” Identify in the context of the statement, the parties involved in Public-Private Partnerships and their conflicting aims (200 words)   Syllabus – Contingency …

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: Daily Answer Writing Challenge- 2016 Day 9

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: Daily Answer Writing Challenge- 2016  Day 9 26 August 2017 Archives Syllabus -Application type question on Administrative behaviour. Read following instances carefully and suggest what specific perspectives on organizational psychology of motivation would help the concerned organization to reconcile the needs of the following four persons with the needs of organization: (75 words …

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: Daily Answer Writing Challenge- 2016 Day 8

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: Daily Answer Writing Challenge- 2016  Day 8 25 August 2017 Archives Syllabus -Theories of Leadership Do you agree with the view that the charismatic approach of the mid-1970s is a “new version” of the Classical Trait Theory of Leadership? Give reasons. [200 Words] Syllabus -Theory of Motivation; ‘Man’s motives … in different subparts …

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: Daily Answer Writing Challenge- 2016 Day 7

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: Daily Answer Writing Challenge- 2016  Day 7 24 August 2017 Archives Syllabus -Miscellaneous “Legislative action is not subject to the rules of natural justice.” Explain the exceptions to the rule of natural justice. (200 words) Syllabus -So called hidden syllabus “Lenin’s concept of Socialist management refers to directing the organisational development of Socialist …

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: Daily Answer Writing Challenge 2016 DAY – 6

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: Daily Answer Writing Challenge- 2016  Day 6 23 August 2017 Archives Syllabus -Functions of Executive – Barnard. “Globalisation has transformed the nature and character of State from traditional administrative Welfare State to a Corporate State.” Analyse the changes in the nature of public administration in this context. (200 words) Syllabus -Dynamic Administration, Mary …

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: Daily Answer Writing Challenge 2016 DAY – 5

  PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: Daily Answer Writing Challenge- 2016  Day 5 22 August 2017 Archives Syllabus -Meaning, scope and significance of Public Administration “The term policy implementation is in some respects preferable to the label public administration.” Argue. (200 words) Syllabus -Taylor’s Scientific management;  “Taylor’s ideas need modification in the context of post-industrial economies in contemporary …

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: Daily Answer Writing Challenge 2016 DAY – 4

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: Daily Answer Writing Challenge- 2016  Day 4 20 August 2017 Archives Syllabus –From the so called Hidden syllabus Waldo’s The Administrative State’ provides a fundamental challenge to some of the orthodox premises. Explain (250 words) Syllabus –Weber’s Bureaucratic model and its critique . “Weberian model of bureaucracy lacks emotional validity when applied to …

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: Daily Answer Writing Challenge 2016 DAY – 3

      PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: Daily Answer Writing Challenge- 2016  Day 3 19 August 2017 Archives Syllabus – Application question on Administrative behaviour; Is Peter Drucker justified in saying, “Management principles should not tell us what to do, but only tell us what not to do”? Comment (200 Words) Syllabus – NPA New paradigms in public …

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: Daily Answer Writing Challenge- 2016 Day 2

    PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: Daily Answer Writing Challenge- 2016  Day 2 18 August 2017 Archives   Syllabus – Public Administration – Challenges of liberalization, Privatisation, Globalisation; “Globalisation has transformed the nature and character of State from traditional administrative Welfare State to a Corporate State.” Analyse the changes in the nature of public administration in this …

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: Answer Writing Challenge – 2016 Day-1

      PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: Answer Writing Challenge – 2016 Day-1 17 August 2016   Answer the following in 200 words: Syllabus – “Public Choice Theory” 1) Discuss how the Public Choice Theory promotes the concept of ‘Steering’ and undermines the concept of ‘Rowing’ in visualising efficient and effective administration. (250 words)   Syllabus – …

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION STRATEGY: Devayani Rank 576, Marks – 245 (2015) and 241 (2014)

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION STRATEGY: Devayani Rank 576, Marks – 245 (2015) and 241 (2014) Dear All, I have secured 576 rank with Public Administration as optional. I am from engineering background. After completing BE in Computer Science I worked in Infosys as a software engineer. Then I left job for civil services preparation. I had no …

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: Strategy by Mukul Kumar Gupta, Rank 87, CSE – 2015

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION:  Strategy by Mukul Kumar Gupta, Rank 87, CSE – 2015 Hello Friends, I would like to share my strategy regarding public administration optional for civil services examination in this post. But before I start I want to share the facts based on which I chose it. I have also given details about the …

TOPPER’S PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION STRATEGY: Abhinav Goel, Rank 36, Public Administration Marks – 254 (CSE 2015)

We are happy to post Public Administration strategy followed by Abhinav Goel, one of Insights‘ follower. He had practised Secure questions for his General Studies preparation. He has secured exceptional marks of 254 in Public Administration in 2015 UPSC civil services Mains and has secured Rank – 36. Shortly, he will be sharing his GS …

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION – 2015: Daily Answer Writing Challenge – 32

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION – 2015: Daily Answer Writing Challenge – 32 Archives Question 1 – Would you agree that the strong Rechsstaat version of the rule of law found on the continent never existed in England because of its particular history? Question 2 Why is le droit administrative regarded alongside the Napoleonic Code as the most …

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION – 2015: Daily Answer Writing Challenge – 31

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION – 2015: Daily Answer Writing Challenge – 31 Archives Question 1 – “Open access to government records is … the hallmark of a democratic government’, but ‘governments are not hesitant about destroying records – very deliberately – in order to prevent investigations, as well as to generally weaken accountability’. Do you think that …

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION – 2015: Daily Answer Writing Challenge – 30

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION – 2015: Daily Answer Writing Challenge – 30 Archives Question 1 – “What is Judicial activism? How far has it been successful in exercising a check over administration? Question 2 – “Instruments of public accountability can be truly effective only if the people and their associations, backed by a responsible media, are assertively …

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION – 2015: Daily Answer Writing Challenge – 29

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION – 2015: Daily Answer Writing Challenge – 29 Archives Question 1 – The authority of the Governor in the discretionary field is not unrestrained. If it is misued …the President can check him/her and if necessary, he may even remove the Governor.’ Examine this statement critically in the context of the Office of …

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION – 2015: Daily Answer Writing Challenge – 28

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION – 2015: Daily Answer Writing Challenge – 28 Archives Question 1 – “The States are constitutionally obliged to ensure that the laws passed by Parliament are implemented.” Explain the constitutional position fully. Question 2 – States with a record of good governance, it is argued by spokesperson of some states, lost their earlier …

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION – 2015: Daily Answer Writing Challenge – 27

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION – 2015: Daily Answer Writing Challenge – 27 Archives Question 1 – ‘The departmental pattern of undertaking does not offer the necessary, autonomy, flexibility and entrepreneurship to Management. Examine. Question 2 – “The Commission form of organization would tend to be a ‘headless fourth branch’ of government”. Comment.