Administration and social development in Kerala

a study in administrative sociology by S. N. Sadasivan

Publisher: Indian Institute of Public Administration in New Delhi

Written in English
Published: Pages: 88 Downloads: 200
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Places:

  • Kerala (India)

Subjects:

  • Kerala (India) -- Social policy.,
  • Kerala (India) -- Politics and government.

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. [85]-88.

StatementS.N. Sadasivan.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHN690.K4 S24 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 88 p. ;
Number of Pages88
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1829294M
LC Control Number89901114

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Career. Sadasivan conducted research on political parties and democracy of India and was awarded Ph.D. in [citation needed]For 14 years from , Sadasivan worked for the Government of India as a teacher of Indian Civil Service trainees in various institutes across India. He was a professor of Public Administration in the Kerala Institute Public administration in Thiruvananthapuram. Four southern states, Kerala ( PAI Index point), Tamil Nadu (), Andhra Pradesh () and Karnataka () stood in the first four ranks in the large state category in terms of. Kerala has become a model for social development with limiting improvement in an industrialisation sector. Furthermore, Kerala has undermined the broadly accepted idea that the improvement in the standard of living of people can only be achieved after the successful, rapid and steady economic development.   It is in this context of locating health and development in a wider sociopolitical, cultural, and ecological perspective (as an interconnected and interacting whole), that the inequities and exclusions in Kerala’s health and social development, and its linkages with an interdisciplinary approach, will be explored.

Planning as an Instrument of Social Mobilisation The second distinctive feature of the decentralisation experiment in Kerala is the central role allotted to the planning function of the LSGIs. A comprehensive area plan is to be prepared by each local body before they can claim the grant-in-aid. In Kerala itself, during the first year of the.   In that sense, remittances are internal to the Kerala Model, not a fortuitous, external prop. The Kerala Model derived from empowerment to enforce entitlements on the one hand, and forcible stunting of capitalist growth on the other. This led to high social development at .   The objective of development shall remain the social justice as it provides foundation for development. Similarly, development has to be a participatory process; it no more can remain the privilege of only the elite who wield power and have say. This has been one of the obstacles to the development of Third World countries. The Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode (IIM Kozhikode or IIMK) is an autonomous public business school located in Calicut (Kozhikode), institute, set up in by the Government of India in collaboration with the State Government of Kerala, is one of the 20 Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs). It was the fifth IIM to be established. The institute conducts a full range of.

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8, (about US$) in –95 and average annual growth rate of % during –90 were very low, even below the Indian average. Kerala - culture and tradition, Kerala situated in the south of India has its origin dating back to the early 10th century. There are legends associated with the origin of the state which proclaims that Parasurama, an Avatar of Mahavishnu during a war threw his axe into the sea and as a result.

and persisted very strongly until the late s. The administration was efficient and incorruptible, but the state apparatus was of a watchdog character with few development ambitions.

Even inmore than half of government spending was for the military, justice, police and. “As live stock population is the asset of the state in terms of economic and social development Kerala Livestock Development Board (KLDB) adopted different special schemes aimed to enhance the wellbeing, conservation and production of live stock in Kerala” Activities taken up under special schemes.

Hindsight shows that the State was wise in following the path of human and social development by allocating resources to these areas. For some time doubts were raised whether human development would automatically lead to economic development.

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ties. With such activities, the state of Kerala has trans-formed from one of the fastest growing populations in India to the one with the slowest population growth rate (below replacement level) and some of the best development and demographic indicators in all of India in terms of social development.

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