The book provides an account of the importance of training for the successful working of Panchayati Raj Institutions and highlights the issues concerning local government, democracy and political education.
R.K. Tiwari was formerly Professor of Public Administration at the Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi. He had also served - as a Senior Consultant at the Centre for Public Policy and Governance, Institute of Applied Manpower Research, Delhi. His publications include: Rural Employment Programmes in India: The Implementation Process, 1990 and Co-edited -Landmarks in Indian Administration, 2007; Democracy and Public Administration, 2006; Economic Reforms in India : Pro - Poor Dimensions, 2006; Issues and Themes in Indian Administration, 2005; Jawaharlal Nehru and Public Administration, 2004; Democracy Governance & Globalization, 2004; Pursuit of Institutional Excellence 2004; Restructuring Government, 1998; Indian Administration: The Changing Scenario, 1995; and Managing Poverty Alleviation: Insights From The Field, all published by IIPA, New Delhi, 1988.
Foreword , Preface, List of Tables
2 Local Representative Institutions Democracy and Political Education
3Training of Elected Panchayati Raj Representatives: 1959-2006
4 Determining Training Needs and Designing the Programmes
5 Training of Panchayati Raj Elected Representatives: Organisation and Management Perspective
6 A Policy PerspectiveIndex
Foreword br>PrefaceList of Tables1 Introduction2 Local Representative Institutions Democracy and Political Education3Training of Elected Panchayati Raj Representatives: 1959-20064 Determining Training Needs and Designing the Programmes5 Training of Panchayati Raj Elected Representatives: Organisation and Management Perspective6 A Policy PerspectiveIndex