Structure Of Government And Economic Policies Of British Empire In India

 Structure of Government and economic policies of British Empire in India (1757- 1857) : Administrative organization, Social and Cultural policies Structure of government under east india company (1757-1857) When the officials of the East India Company acquired control over Bengal in 1765, they had little intention of making any innovations in its administration. … Read more

Labour Welfare Policies

 Labour welfare: Government policies, Schemes and programmes Objectives of Labour Welfare In the beginning humanitarianism and social awareness motivated labour welfare activities. Driven by the desire for greater efficiency and out put from workers and with a view to attract better workers, employers lured them into their Organisation through labour welfare measures. Further, … Read more

DMPQ- How can Social Policies works as an vehicle for Social Development?

First among social policy clusters essential for social development is the identification, selection, and development of an appropriate range and mix of resources, sufficient in quantity and suitable in quality, to satisfy the basic biological and the social and psychological needs of the entire population. Policies for resource selection and development should preclude greedy, exploitative … Read more

DMPQ- Mention the administrative policies of Alauddin Khilji

Alauddin took steps to make administration rigid and sound along with conquering of kingdom. He banned the meddling of Ulemas and other religious leaders in the administration. He declared that the Sultan’s will is the law. To curb the audacious relatives and aristocrats he took few very important steps. For example: He banned drinking of alcohol in … Read more

DMPQ: what are the highlights of New education policy ( Policies)

1) An Indian Education Service (IES) should be established as an all India service with officers being on permanent settlement to the state governments but with the cadre controlling authority vesting with the Human Resource Development (HRD) ministry.   2) The outlay on education should be raised to at least 6% of GDP without further … Read more

Government policies and interventions for development in various sectors and issues and problems of implementation

Meaning of Public Policy Are goal oriented Are outcome of the government’s collective actions It is what the government actually decided or chooses to do Is positive in the sense that it depicts the concern of the government and involves its action to a particular problem on which the policy is made Distinction between policy … Read more

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