Bureaucratic System Approach to Comparative Public Administration

The bureaucratic system approach to comparative public administration is based on the  “ideal type” model of bureaucracy propounded by Max Weber. It remains the single most  influential model in the field. Weber’s ideal type of bureaucracy depicts administrative staff in legal-rational authority system but now the word bureaucracy is used for all types of administrative(…)


In 1763 Mir Kasim fled from Bengal and formed an alliance with the Mughal Emperor Shah Alam II and Shuja-ud-daula of Awadh. However, in Battle of Buxar in 1764, the combined forces were defeated and Treaty of Allahabad was signed in 1765. In accordance with the treaty Shah Alam II granted the diwani of Bengal,(…)

Ocean Currents in Pacific Ocean

Distribution of oceans currents in Pacific Ocean is related to the Atlantic Ocean. Both cold and warm currents create a cycle in northern and also southern hemisphere. The currents of Pacific Ocean could possibly be grouped as warm and cold as given. Warm Ocean Currents Following are the warm currents in Pacific Ocean. North Equatorial(…)

Government of India act 1858

Important provisions of act of 1858 are: –  End of dual government Appointment of Imperial civil service commissioner (ICS) Beginning of Responsible government End Of Dual Government The act of 1858 ended dual government. Before 1857 there were two masters of India. Board of control (on behalf of British crown) Court of directors (on behalf(…)

Fundamental Unity in Diversity in India

Diversities…   Geographical Diversity India is well-known as a land of many diversities and has been described as the “epitome of the world”. From the geographical point of view there are endless verities. The size of the country is enormous. It is as large as the whole of Europe and is nearly twenty times as(…)