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About Department

             The Department of Public Administration started in the year of 1975. The faculty members offer valuable knowledge to students from rural and tribal areas. The faculty members are enough co-operative to spread the knowledge related to administration for achieving the best carrier in administration and politics. Our faculty members are very acutely engaged in research work to develop and enhance the quality education. The Department now and then encourages the students of participate in different collegeous, inter-callegeous and state level competitions. The fruitful result of its that our student Ms. Shraddha M. Vitekar has been awarded the third prize for essay “Indo-US strategic Relationship” in the annual essay competition 2008-2009 organized by The Indian Institute Of Public Administration , Maharashtra Regional Branch. (IIPA) Our faculty members enthusiastically and consciously participate in Shahu Maharaj Lecture-Series, jointly organized by with Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathawada University, Aurangabad to highlight the work and life of Rajarshi Shahu Maharaj.Our faculty Members enthusiastically & consciously participate in academic s as well as scocial activites.Department has organized one-day workshop on 'scope & Limitation of B.A. Second year syllabus of public Administration' on 27 January 2015.The Department of Public Administration has started the Certificate Course on Right to Information Act-2005 from the academic year 2020-2021 to create an informed society.

Importance of the subject

The importance of Public Administration is described as following;

1.The modern state is described as ' The Administrative state'.

2. Public Administration plays key role in fulfilling the dream of welfare and democratic state.

3.To know the values of corporate sector.

4. Efficiency, Economy & Effectiveness (3E) are importan for transparent administration.

5. It maintains Low & Order .

6. it is an instrument to formulate and implemplment public policies. is an instrument it off social change and economic development.

8. It is also promotes national integration .9. It provides various good  services to the people 10. To imbibe & inculcate of corporate sector etc...

9.It also Promtes national integration.

Scope of Public Administration:

The Public Administration have wide scope in following views;

1.Integral View

2.Managerial View

3.Broader & Narrow View


5.Subject-Matter View


Program Outcome ( POs,)



This program aims to provide the students an understanding of the various concept of Public Administration as well as the Administrative system of India, their impact and relationship with man. The student should be able to understand, analyze and explain the different impacts of the how man is influenced by the administration. B.A. in Public administration will be able to .

POs 1. Demonstrate an understanding of the basic concepts, nature and scope, principles,

approaches and theories in the selected administrative fields in Public Administration.

POs 3. Establish an understanding of the pattern of administrative development through the

ages so as to have better perception of both present and future outcomes in administration.

POs 4. Understand the working and functions of various organizations under the

Government Administration in India.

POs 5. Exhibit the knowledge of Administration at the Centre, State and Local levels in

India and be able to differentiate between administration difference between rural

and urban areas.

POs 6. Develop academic, entrepreneurial and material aptitude with professional ethics for

employment in public and private sectors.

POs 7. Appreciate the methodological pluralism and synthesizing nature of knowledge in

Public Administration;


Program Specific Outcome ( PSOs,)


The programme specific outcomes of the Three Year ( Six Semesters) B.A. Public

Administration programme are as under:


PSO - 1. Students would be able to know about the research and development opportunitiesin the field of Administration / policy/ governance studies.

PSO - 2. Students would be able to analyze the effectiveness of governmental policies and


PSO - 3. Students would be familiar with the issues of human rights, disaster management,

governance reforms, information communication technology and public

administration etc.

PSO - 4. Students would gain confidence while dealing with administrative officials and

political leaders.

PSO - 5. Students would be able to develop their research aptitude and orientation.

PSO - 6. Students would be able to learn about the research papers writing and presenting


PSO -7. Students would be acquainted with the statistics tools involved in the research

methodology etc.


Course Outcome ( COs)

Semester I

Paper I: Principles & Concepts of Public Administration

At the completion of the B.A.Degree course, student will be able to,

CO1. Explain the Meaning, Nature & Scope of Public Administration.

CO2. Differentiate between Public and Private Administration.

CO3. Explain the Meaning & forms of Organisation.

CO4. Describe the different Principles of Organisation.

CO5. Students have understood the Concepts of Public Administration.


Paper II: Public Administration in India

At the completion of the B.A.Degree course, student will be able,

CO1. To understand the historical evolution & current global scenario of Indian Administration

CO2. To describe the constitutional framework in which an individual & the state works.

CO3. To discern and analyse the connects / disconnects between structure, procedure & functions

Of government institutions.

CO4. To understand the form & substance of Indian Administration

CO5. To acquaint with the changing as well transformative role of Indian Administration


Semester II

Paper III: Maharashtra Administration

At the completion of the B.A.Degree course, student will be able to,

CO1. Discuss the formation of Maharashtra State and Its administrative features.

CO2. Describe the structure and functions of the state Executive.

CO3. Discuss the structure and functions of the state legislature.

CO4. Understand the structure and functions of the state judiciary.

CO5. Identify the relevance of Constitutional and Statutory bodies at the state level such as MPSC,

MEC, MFC etc.


Paper IV: District Administration

At the completion of theB.A.Degree course, student will be able to,

CO1. To understand the evolution & importance of District Administration.

CO2. To understand the changing role of district collector.

CO3. To identify the various aspects of the concept Law & Order.

CO4. To comprehend the functioning of revenue administration.

CO5. To comprehend the functioning and issues of police administration


Semester III

Paper V: Personnel Administration

At the completion of the B.A.Degree course, student will be able to,

CO1. To become familiar with the personnel administration i.e. public service in India.

CO2. To identify the role of personnel training institutions such as YASHDA, MPA & LBSNAA.

CO3. To become familiar with the personnel grievance redressal mechanism in India

CO4. To comprehend with the problems of personnel administration in India

CO5. To understand the relevance of administrative tribunal mechanism in India.


Paper VI: Panchayati Raj & Rural Development

At the completion of the B.A.Degree course, student will be able to,

CO1. To Understand the basic concept of Local Self Government in India

CO2. To Understand the PanchayatRaj System in Maharashtra.

CO3. To Understand the Composition and Function of state Rural Development Ministry.

CO4. To acquaint the concept and Programme of Rural Development.

CO5. To describe the Problems of Rural area.


Semester IV

Paper VII: Financial Administration

At the completion of the B.A.Degree course, student will be able to,

CO1. To understand the basics of financial administration and importance of the financeministry.

CO2. To comprehend with the process & importance of budget.

CO3. To describe the major accounts and audit mechanism in India.

CO4. To explain the methods and importance of parliamentary control over financial administration

          In a democratic country.

CO5. To make familiar to students the concept of Liberalization, Privatization & Globalization.


Paper VIII: Urban Local Self Government & Urban Development

At the completion of the B.A.Degree course, student will be able to,

CO1. To Understand the Basic concept of urban local self Government in India.

CO2..To Understand the Urban local self Government system in Maharashtra.

CO3. To acquaint the Urban Development Agencies in Maharashtra.

CO4. To describe the problems of Urban area.

CO5. To Identify the Major Urban Development Programmes.


Semester V

Paper IX: Human Resource Development

At the completion of the B.A.Degree course, student will be able to,

CO1. Explain the nature, scope, structure & processes of human resource development.

CO2. Understand the changing paradigms of human Resources development.

CO3. Unravel the varying methods of performance assessment of public institutions.

CO4. Appreciate the changing paradigms of human resource development

CO5. Identify the systems and processes of financial and material resource development


Paper X: Educational Administration in India

At the completion of theB.A.Degree course Student will be able to,

CO1. Discuss the objectives and importance of Education

CO2. Describe the historical background of Education in the light of various Committee’s

recommendations and government policies.

CO3. Identify the role of Quality Control Institutions, such as NAAC and AICTE, in HigherEducation.

CO4. Describe the structure, relevance and the present Scenario of Higher Education in India.

CO5. Analyse the impact of Globalization on Higher Education in India.


Paper XI : Administrative Thinkers

At the completion of the B.A.Degree course, student will be able to,

CO1. Discuss the concept of Scientific Management by F. W. Taylor.

CO2. Write down Max Weber’s Ideal Model of Bureaucracy.

CO3. Explain the elements and Principles of Management.

CO4. Understand Mary Follet’s ideas of Authority, conflict and integration.

CO5. Describe Elton Mayo’s Hawthorn Experiment.

CO6. Examine the Behavioural approach and Decision-Making approach by H. Simon.

CO7. Write down the Ecological approach and the concept of Prismatic Society by F. W. Riggs.


Semester VI

Paper XIII: Public Policy

At the completion of the B.A.Degree course, student will be able to,

CO1. Explain the concept of Public Policy.

CO2. Discuss the role of internal determinants in the formulation of Public Policy.

CO3. Discuss the role of Executive and Bureaucracy in the implementation of Public Policy.

CO4. Explain the concept of Development.


Faculty Members

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Designation: Head and Professor
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Designation: Associate Professor
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Laboratory Staff