Wednesday, 29 August 2012

PubAd Questions: Techniques of Administrative Improvement + Administrative Reforms in India

1. Comment on the following in 200 words. 20x3=60mks
a. Work Study (WS) involved organizational analysis of office management.
b. Managing information resources requires a careful consideration of all the conditions in a given situation.
c. Knowledge Management is an organized method of utilizing the collective wisdom of the organization.

2. a. CPM and PERT are the tow important techniques of network analysis. Comment. 30mks
b. The time-event network analysis is a system of planning and controlling technique. Comment. 30mks.

3. a. E-Governance is a necessary evil of modern administration. How is E-governance different from Information Technology? 30mks
b. What are the major provisions of the Electronic Delivery of Services Bill? 30mks

4.a. O&M is teh ultimate philosophy in the administration as the 'OM'? 30mks
b. Distinguish between E-governance and bureaucratic governance.  30mks.

5. Comment on the following in 200 words. 20x3=60mks
a. Efficiency and economy have always been the main concern of administrative reforms in India. Comment.
b. In India, administrative reforms remained as mere political slogans.
c. Reforms in financial management is the immediate need  to come out of the financial crisis.

6.a. Human Resource reforms must focus on capacity building. 30mks.
b. What are the major recommendations of ARCII on Human Resource Development. 30mks.

7.a. What are the major thrust areas in the financial reforms since 1991.
b. What are the major recommendations of the CMs conference of 1997 to make the administration more citizen-centric.?

8. Write short notes on the following. 20x3=60mks.
a. Dharam Veera Commission. [Refer police reform debates in india]
b. Punchchi Commission
c. Sachar Committee.

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