ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Some Pre-requisites of Reform

Some Pre-requisites of Reform M N WITH independence and planning, the character and structure of Indian administration have changed significantly. The district which was the administrative unit for policy formulation and implementation has now lost its former autonomy and viability. Instead, a highly formalised pattern of ambivalent objectives has been superimposed on the traditional district set-up. An undesirable dichotomy has been created between development administration and general administration (which includes main- tenance of law and order) when, in fact, general administration should have been geared to development administration in many ways.

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