Indian public administration institutions and issues pdf
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The definition of the role of public administration, government and self-government in the new political and economic conditions has not attracted sufficient attention in the Czech Republic. This is connected with the overall ambiguity of the role of public and private sectors and of the responsibility of the State for creating conditions for their development. So far, reform documents only point out these problems at a general level. There is little understanding of the fact that this should be a principal conceptual change with practical consequences for the definition of functions and concrete tasks of public administration, the shape of its institutions, the means for its activities and its relations to citizens and to the public. The issue has its political, economic and other dimensions, and it is naturally determined by the Constitution and the legal order. What has been made so far both at the theoretical and practical level is not sufficient for the transition from the system in which public administration was understood primarily as a tool of power of the Party and State, to targeted and consistent implementation of the contemporary concept of democratic public administration. Modern democracies understand public administration primarily as service to citizens and to the public.