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Candidates who are preparing for the Civil Services Main Exam in the forthcoming year, can find out what kind of questions were asked in this exam in the year 2013. Some questions from Public Administration Paper II of upsc Civil Services Main Exam 2013 are as follows: Q.1. Attempt the following in about 150 words each.
Upsc, Civil Services Main Exam,2013 (Public Administration - 1st paper) Dec 09, 2013, question 1 (compulsory) (150 words each) How did the traditional Public Administration resolve the fundamentally irresolvable problem- creating an administration strong enough to be effect but not paper strong enough to endanger accountability? The theory of organizational incompetence has two separate and distinct.
But he gets angry when the finance section raises objection about his medical bills; and is furious that the higher administration is yet to give him full tenure. Mr. D is a metallurgist in the forge shop of the steel plan, and has received honors for his innovativeness in modifying conventional alloys. He also paints well and values his painting skills far more than his metallurgy and is extremely unhappy that company house journal did not finally carry his water sketch on its front cover. Q8 (b). Suppose the government of is thinking of constructing a dam in a mountain valley girded by forests and inhibited by ethnic communities. What rational techniques of policy analysis should it resorts to for coping with likely uncertainties and unforeseen contingencies. (20 marks).
25, q.3. (a) "Decisions are not made by 'organizations but by 'human beings' behaving as members of organizations." How do Bernard and Simon conceptualize the relation between the decisions of the individual employee and the organizational authority? 20 (b A variety of different organizational arrangements can be used to provide different public goods and services.".