Department Name:     Department of Public Administration


Introduction in Briefs:

                The Department of Public Administration established in 1985 imparts knowledge pertaining to various aspects of Public Administration to post-graduate students in a period of 2 years.   The Department has been making a significant contribution for the development of the discipline of Public Administration.   Guidance is also given to researchers in various fields of Public Administration.   The Department also assist5s and co-ordinates Directorate of Correspondence Courses of Kurukshetra University in organising Personal Contact Programme for M.A. Public Administration students.


            For M.A. (P), there are 3 compulsory papers – Admn. Theory, Comparative Public Personnel Admn. and Financial Administration and the option papers include – Development Admn., Indian Comparative Public Admn., Administrative Thought & Theories, Public Administration and Computer Applications, and Environmental, Policy & Administration in India.   For M.A.(F), there are two compulsory papers – Public Administration in India, and Economic Policy and Administration, and  optional papers (groups) each group  consisting two papers – Gr. A)  Urban Local Government in India, Britain, France & USA; Rural Local Administration, Gr. B) Labour Welfare Administration; Social Administration, Gr. C) Research Methods in Public Admn.; Public Policy Analysis, D) Politics and Administration; Political Theory, E) International Administration; Public International Law,. F) Indian Constitution; Administrative Law,  G) Health and Hospital Administration; Educational Administration, Gr. H) Police Administration in India; Criminology and Correctional Administration.

 Eligibility:   The minimum requirement for seeking admission to M.A. Public Admn. Course is atleast 45% marks in the subject of Public Administration at graduate level or 50% marks in the aggregate at UG level.


Course Name                                  Duration                                 No. of seats

M.A. (Public Admn.)                         Two years                                50 (+05 NRI)

M.Phil (Pub.Admn.)                          one year                                   10

Ph.D.                                                4 to six years                            Professor = 10 seats

                                                                                                         Reader = 05 seats

                                                                                                         Lecturer = 02 seats


Faculty Members

Chairman:        Dr Pardeep Sachdeva,M.A.,M.Phil, Ph.D., (84/13, Urban Estate, Kurukshetra)

                                                         Phone (resi.)  01744- 21715

Brief Profile:    …………………….   

Others Members:




Address with Phone No.

1Dr. Hoshiar Singh

Professor (on leave)

M.A., Ph.D.

E-9, University Campus, Kurukshetra (ph.26162)

2. Dr. Mohinder Singh


M.A., Ph.D.

TF –22, University Campus, Kurukshetra. (phone: 27742)

3. Ms. Manjusha Sharma


M.Phil, Diploma in German, Cert. Course in French

DA5, R.E.C., Kurukshetra (Ph. 26123)

4. Dr. A.S.Malik


M.A., Ph.D.

D-38, University Campus, Kurukshetra (ph.25619)

5. Mr. Rajesh Kumar



Dept. of Public Admin. K.U.Kurukshetra (ph.35585)


Special Achievement:

            The Department of English has so far conducted 3 Refresher Courses in Public Administration for University and college teachers..   Besides, the Department has since its inception held 2 National Seminars.

Research in Progress:  

Scholar’s Name

Supervisor’s Name

Research Topic

Year of Registration

1. Iqbal Singh

Dr. Hoshiar Singh

Citizen and Administration: A Study in Haryana State.


2. Manjusha Sharma

Dr. Mohinder Singh

Women Leadership in Panchayati Raj Institutions: A Study of Haryana


3. Udaibhan Singh


Organisation & Functions of Social Welfare Administration: A Study of Haryana State.


4. Satbir Kaur

Dr. A.S.Malik

Human Resource Development (A Study of Senior Secondary Sch. Teachers in Haryana.


5. Wazir Singh


Administration and Utilization of Rural Common Property Resources in Haryana.


6. Arvind Chaudhary

Dr. Pardeep Sachdeva

Municipal Leadership in Haryana with Special Reference to Reservation Policy for women.


7. Rekha Sharma

Dr. Mohinder Singh

Administration of Integrated Rural Development: A Study of Rural Women’s Self Employment Programmes in Haryana.


8. Dilbag Singh

Dr.Hoshiar Singh

Desert Development in Haryana: An Administrative Study of Policy and Programmes in Bhiwani District



Dr.Mohinder Singh

Rural Basic Services in Haryana: A Study of Rural Water Supply and Sanitation.


10.Suman Gupta


Environment Administration: A Study of Haryana State Pollution Control Board


11.Vishnu Bhagwan

Dr. Pardeep Sachdeva

Dimensions of Bureaucratic Corruption: A Comparative Study of Public and Private Organisations.


12. Suman


Old Age Welfare in Haryana


13. Virender Kumar

Dr. A.S.Malik

The Administrative Culture in the Panchayat Raj Institutions: A Comparative Study of Two Districts in the State of Haryana.


14. S.K.Ghosh

Dr.Hoshiar Singh

Probationary Training of Indian Administrative Service –  A Study


15. Mahender Singh

Dr. A.S.Malik

Bureaucracy and Rural Development – A Study in the State of Haryana.



Research Work Completed:

Scholar’s Name

Supervisor’s Name

Research Topic

Year of Submission

1. Harbhagwan Bathla

Dr. Hoshiar Singh

Political Parties and Panchayati Raj Institutions in Haryana – A Case Study of Kurukshetra district.


2. A.S.Malik


Administration of Rural Industrial Development in Haryana


3. Rakesh Kumar


Administration of Canal Irrigation in Punjab – A Case Study to Ferozepur District.


4. Subhash Chander


Administration of Health Services in the State of Haryana.


5. Munni Devi


Administration of Cooperative Credit in Haryana.


6. Jyoti

Dr. Mohinder Singh

State Planning Board in Haryana – A Study.


7.Shrawan Lal


Central Warehousing Corporation: A Study in Policy, Planning & Administration.


8.Balwant Singh


Labour Policy and Administration in Haryana.


9.Tarsem Singh

Dr. Hoshiar Singh

Tehsil Administration in Haryana.


10.Geeta Khanna

Dr. Hoshiar Singh

Personnel Administration in University Libraries in Northern Region with special reference to Kurukshetra, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh Universities.


11.Raj Kumar

Dr. Mohinder Singh

Role of Voluntary Organisations in Social Welfare in Haryana


12.Sumitra Devi


Women Development in Haryana – A Study in Policy, Planning & Administration.


13. Mahima Singh

Dr. Hoshiar Singh

Women Development and Judicial Process in India: A Study of Social Welfare Legislations.


14. S.S.Malik


Panchayati Raj in Haryana After 73rd Constitutional Amendment Act – A Politico-Administrative Study


15.Subhash Chander


Violence in Industries- A Study of Violent Incidents in Faridabad Industrial Area.


16.Krishan Kumar

Dr. A.S.Malik

Politicians and Administrators Relationships – A Study of Hisar District.


17.Rohtas Kumar

Dr. Hoshiar Singh

Prison Administration in Haryana.


18.Rajesh Kumar

Dr. Pardeep Sachdeva

Municipal Government in Haryana after 74th Constitutional Amendment Act – A Study of Institutions, Process and Personnel Practices.


19.Sarvjit Kaur


Administration of Child Welfare in Haryana.




Projects Undertaken:


a)      Prof.Hoshiar Singh:  (i) ‘A Study of Socio-Economic Development of Scheduled Castes in Haryana’ research report submitted to ICSSR in 1998.  

(ii)                Integrated Tribal Development Project – A Study of Socio-Economic Changes in Tribal Communities in Rajasthan, ICSSR, New Delhi in 1989.

(iii)               Common Property Resource in Haryana & Rajasthan, an UGC Project.

b) Dr. Mohinder Singh:      

 i) Minor Research Projection: Integrated Rural Development (IRDP): A Case Study of Thanesar Block of Kurukshetra District (Haryana)  completed   in 1992 (UGC)

ii) Minor Research Project on ‘An Evaluation Study of the Fish Farmers Development Agencies Ambala, Kaithal, Kurukshetra and Yamuna Nagar.’ (UGC Project)

b)      Dr Pardeep Sachdeva:

   (i) Municipal Government and Political in Punjab – A Case Study of Patiala Municipal Committee and Ludhiana Municipal Corporation, sponsored by ICSSR, New Delhi


Books Written/edited by staff members


1)      Prof. Hoshiar Singh


1.      ‘State Supervision over Municipal Administration: A Case Study of Rajasthan”, Associated Publishing House, New Delhi, 1979.

2.      ‘Tribal Development Administration’, Printwell, Jaipur, 1994.

3.      ‘Aspects of Indian Administration’ RBSA Pub. 1994.

4.      ‘Administration of Rural Development in India’, Sterling Pub. 1995.

5.      ‘Indian Administration’ Kitab Mahal, 1998.

6.      ‘Administrative Reforms in India and Agenda for the Future’, Presidential Address 16th Annual Conference of Indian Admn. Association, Jodhpur, March 21-22, 1998.

7.      ‘Comparative Local Government’, Oxford and IBH Pub.Co., New Delhi, 1999

8.      ‘The Indian Administrative System: Essays in Honour of Professor Ziauddin Khan’ (co-author), Associated Pub. House, New Delhi, 1978.

9.      “Leadership in Municipal Government” (co-author), RBSA Publications, Jaipur, 1984.

10.  “Administration and Social Change in India” (co-author) Rupa Books, Jaipur, 1985.

11.  ‘Indian Administration: Problems and Current Issues’ (co-author), Sterling Pub. New Delhi, 1993.

12.  ‘Public Administration in India: Theory and Practice’ (co-author), Sterling Pub. New Delhi, 1993.

13.  ‘Administrative Theory’, Kitab Mahal, Allahabad, 1999.

14.  ‘Socio Economic Development of Scheduled Castes in Haryana’, Aalekh Pub. Jaipur, 2000.

15.  (edited) ‘Rural Development in India: Evaluative Studies in Policies and Programmes’, Rupa Books Int., Jaipur, 1985.

16.  (edited) ‘Agricultural Administration in India’, Rupa Books, Jaipur, 1992.

17.  (edited) ‘Environmental Policy and Administration’, Printwell, Jaipur, 1992.

18.  (edited), Higher Civil Services in India: Emerging Issues and Challenges’, Nirmal Books Agency, Kurukshetra, 1995.

19.  (edited) ‘Local Government in India, Britain, France and America’, Kitab Mahal, Allahabad, 1997.

20.  (edited), Public Service Commission in India’, Kitab Mahal, Allahabad, 1999.

21.  (edited), ‘Local Governance: Concepts and Networks’, RBSA Pub. Jaipur, 2000.


II)                Dr. Mohinder Singh

1.      ‘Rural Development Administration and Anti-poverty Programme’, Deep & Deep Pub., New Delhi, 1989.

2.        ‘Public Administration in India: Theory and Practice” (co-author), Sterling Pub.New Delhi, 1993.

3.        ‘Rural Development in India: Current Perspective (ed.), Intellectual Pub., New Delhi, 1992.

4.        ‘Some Aspects of Public Enterprises in India: A Plea for Reforms (ed.), Uppal Publishing House, 1993.

5.        ‘Anatomy of Integrated Rural Development Programme’, Kitab Pub., New Delhi, 1994.

6.        ‘Social Policy and Administration in India (ed.), M.D. Publications Pvt., New Delhi, 1996.

7.        ‘Administrative Law (in Punjabi)’, May 1998, Punjabi University, Patiala.


III)             Dr. Pardeep Sachdeva

1.         "Dynamics of Municipal Government and Politics in India" , with a Foreword by Padam Vibhushan T. N. Chaturvedi, current Member of Parliament, Govt. of India, former Secretary, Ministry of Education, Govt. of India, Kitab Mahal, Allahabad, 1991.

2.         "Urban Local Government and Administration in India" – text book for post-graduate classes.

3.         "Revamping Urban Governments in India" (edited) comprising contributions made by reputed Academicians and Administrators on various aspects of Urban Governments, Kitab Mahal, Allahabad.

4.         "Plato and Aristotle: The Utopian and the Realist": with a foreword by Professor C.A. Perumal, Professor Emeritus.  Madras University Madras, Kitab Mahal, Allahabad, 1991.

5.         Urban Local Government and Administration in India (In Hindi), Kitab Mahal, Allahabad, 1993.

6.      Political Ideas of Plato and Aristotle” (in Punjabi) Sponsored and Published by Punjabi University, Patiala, 1993.

7.      Urban Local Government and Administration in India” (in Punjabi) Sponsored and Published by Punjabi University, Patiala, 1997.

8.      "Administrative Theory – An Introduction to Public Administration; A treatise for Post Graduate Students and those competing for Civil Services examinations", Kitab Mahal, Allahabad, 1999.

9.      Elements of Public Administration”, Lucky Publications, Jind,  2001.

10.  Indian Administration”, Sponsored and Published by Punjabi University, Patiala, 2001.


IV)             Dr. A.S.Malik:

1.      “Concept and Strategy of Rural Industrial Development”, M.D. Publications, New Delhi, 1995.

2.      “Socio-Economic Development of Scheduled Castes in India’ Aalekh Publishers, Jaipur, 2001 (co-author)


Research & Publications of Staff Members ( Articles published/written/presented)


1. Dr. Mohinder Singh   :  

1)       Urban Development in Haryana (co-author), Haryana Review, Aug. 1987.

2)       Co-ordination under IRDP, Kurukshetra – A Jr. of Rural Dev., GOI, vol.36, no.12, 1988.

3)       Rural Industrialisation in Haryana: The Role of DICs, Udyog Yug, vol.9, Jan. 1989.

4)       Women and Development Process in India, Khadigramodyog, The Journal of Rural Economy, vol.25, no.4, Jan. 1989.

5)       Training of Development Personnel – A Study, Research Journal of Arts & Humanities, Kurukshetra University, vol.20-21, 1987.

6)       Nehru and Rural Development, Khadigramodyog, the Journal of Rural Economy, vol.36, no.2, November, 1989.

7)       Administrative Set-up for Rural Development, Khadigramodyog,  bol.36, no.3, Dec. 1989.

8)       Cooperatives and Credit Support, The Cooperator, vol.27, no.15, Feb. 1990.

9)       Bharat Mein Gramin Vikas Ka Parkashnik Saroop, Khadigramodyog, vol.36, no.6, March 1990.

10)    The Soviety Planning: Emerging Trends, MDU Research Journal (Arts.), vol.5, no.1, April 1990.

11)    Privatisation of Public Enterprises: Problems and Prospects (co-author) Indian Journal of Administrative Science, vol.7, no.1, Jan.-June 1990.

12)    Zero Base Budgeting – Application and Appraisal, Aarthik Samvad, Economic Dialogue – A quarterly Journal of Economic Affairs, vol.1, no.1, Julu-Sept. 1990.

13)    Social Welfare Programmes in Haryana – An Overview, Research Journal of Arts & Humanities, Kurukshetra University, vol.23, 1989, published in Aug. 1990.

14)    Rural Development Needs Decentrlaisation, M.D. University Research Journal, vol.4, no.1, 1989, published in March 1991.

15)    Autonomy and Accountability of Public Enterprises (co-author), Indian Journal of Administrative Science, vol.2, no.1, Jan.-July, 1991.

16)    Tackling Poverty Through Sheep Rearing, Kurukshetra, vol.40, no.3, December, 1991.

17)    NGOs - Best Catalytic Agents for Rural Development, Khadigramodyog, vol.38, no.8, May 1992.

18)    Role of Bureaucracy in Rural Development (co-author), Kurukshetra, vol.41, No.5, Feb. 1993.

19)    Emerging Trends in Indian Urbanisation and Slums, Research Journal of Arts & Humanities, Kurukshetra University, vol.24-25, 1990-91 published in March 1993.

20)    District Planning in India: Problems and Prospects, Public Administration Journal, vol.14, No.1, July 1993, Central Dept. of Public Administration, Public Administration Campus, Tripurashwar, Kathmandu (Nepal).

21)    Jawahar Rojgar Yojana – A Micro Study (Hindi), Vikas Paricharcha, no.3 & 4, June-July, 1994-95.

22)    The Roles of State Boards, Social Welfare, vol.40. no. 11-12, Feb.-March, 1994.

23)    Political Equity for Women, Social Welfare, vol.41, no.11-12, Feb.-March, 1994.

24)    The Protected Discrimination or Distributive Social Justice, (co-author), Research Journal of Arts & Humanities, Kurukshetra University, vol.26-27, 1992-93, published in April, 1996.

25)    Emerging Trends in Bureaucracy and Politics in India, Research Journal of Arts & Humanities, Kurukshetra University, vol.26-27, 1992-93 published in April 1996.

26)    Implementation of Industrial Disputes Act, 1947: A Study for Haryana, (co-author), IASSI Quarterly, vol.13, No.4, 1995 (July 1996).

27)    Technological Interventions in Rural Diary Development: A Study (co-author), Kurukshetra, vol.44, no.10, July 1996.

28)    Fish Farming and Rural Development (Hindi), (co-author), Vikas Paricharcha, vol.7, July-Dec. 1996, (published in 1997).

29)    Rural Development Through Decentralised Planning, Kurukshetra, vo..45, No.9, June 1997.

30)    Workers Participation in Industrial Management, (co-author), Management in Government, Dept. of Admn., Reforms & Grievances, Govt. of India, July-September, 1997, (published in March, 1998).

31)    Role of Gram Panchayats After 73rd Constitutional Amendment: A Study in Haryana, Kurukshetra, vol.46, no.11, August, 1998.

32)    Administration of Anti-poverty Programmes in Rural Haryana: Retrospect and Prospects, Journal of Haryana Studies, vol.29-30, 1997-98, pub. In Feb. 1999, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra.

33)    Housing for Rural Poor: Problems, Policies & Perspectives, Kurukshetra, vol.47, no.10, July 1999.

34)    Rural Development and Mass Media in India, Haryana Economic, Journal Kautilya, vol.20, No.1 & 2, 1999-2000 (co-author) released in March, 2000.

35)    Coalition Governments in India: Problems & Prospects (co-author), Vidhanmala, Special Issue on Coalition Government, Himachal Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Secretariat Simla, Jan.- June, 2000.

36)    Revamping of Rural Safe Drinking Water Supply: A Study in Haryana (co-author), Dynamics of Public Administration, vol.3-4, No.1-2, Jan. Dec. 98 published in Jan. 2001.

37)    Small Farmers Development Agency, Tribune (Punjabi), April 22, 1981.

38)    Rural Credit in India and Problem of Recovery, Tribune (Punjabi), June 1981.

39)    Rural Development needs Decentralisation, Tribune-Punjabi, July, 1981.

40)    Rural Development in Punjab and Poverty, Tribune Punjabi, August 1981.

41)    Rural Poverty and Industrialisation, Tribune Punjabi, September, 1981.

42)    Dairy as Subsidiary Occupation, Tribune Punjabi, September, 1981.

43)    Block Development Administration and Rural Weaker Sections, Tribune Punjabi, October 1981.

44)    Problems of Small Farmers and Marginal Farmers, Tribune Punjabi, November, 1981.

45)    Banks and Rural Development, Tribune Punjabi, December, 1981.

46)    Sheep Rearing – A Case Study, Tribune Punjabi, October, 1982.

47)    Rural Weaker Section and Identity Cards, Tribune Punjabi, December, 1982.

48)    Need for Administrative Co-ordination, Tribune Punjabi, Feb. 1983.

49)    Rural Self-Employment Training Programme, Tribune Punjabi, September, 1983.

50)    Block Development Administration, Tribune Punjabi, May 1985.

51)    Evaluation of Rural Development Schemes,  Ajit-Punjabi, May 1985.

52)    People’s Participation in Rural Development, Ajit-Punjabi, July 1985.

53)    Sprinkler Irrigation and Agriculture, Tribune-Pbi., August 1985.

54)    Rural Development and Deputy Commissioner, Ajit-Pbi., December 1985.

55)    Some Aspects of JRY, Tribune Pbi., July 1989.

56)    Administration of Diary Development Loan by SFDA – A Socio Economic Study of District Faridkot, Punjab (co-author), K.S. Arya (eds.), Rural Development: Some Facets, DAV College, Chandigarh 1985.

57)    Government Accountability to the People (co-author), Arun Chaturvedi (ed.), Indian Contribution of Political Science, Printwell Pub. Jaipur, 1991.

58)    Environment Policies in India, Hoshiar Singh (ed.), Environment Policy and Administration, Printwell Publishers, Jaipur, 1991.

59)    Present Status of Teaching in Public Administration at Kurukshetra University (co-author), S.R. Maheshwari (ed.), Education in Public Administration in India, IIPA, New Delhi, Jan. 1992.

60)    Rural Development Programmes in India, Mohinder Singh (ed.), Rural Development in India: Current Perspectives, Intellectual Publishers, New Delhi, 1992.

61)    Monitoring of IRDP: Myth and Reality, Mohinder Singh (ed.), Rural Development in India: Current Perspectives, Intellectual publishers, New Delhi, 1992.

62)    Political Executive and Permanent Exlecutive: A Study in their Relationship (co-author), S. Bhatnagar and S.L. Goel (eds.), Development Planning and Administration, Deep & Deep Pub. New Delhi, 1992.

63)    Democratic Decentralisation through Panchayati Raj: Problems and Prospects, C.P. Barthwal (ed.) Public Administration in India: Retrospect and Prospect,  Ashish Publishing House, New Delhi, 1991.

64)    Industrial Policy in India and Public Sector (co-author), Mohinder Singh (ed.), Some Aspects of Public Enterprises in India: A plea for Reforms, Uppal Publishing House, New Delhi, 1993.

65)    Indian Bureaucracy and Rural Development (co-author), K. Murli Manohar (eds.), Political Economy of Rural Development, Kanishka Publishers and Disdtributors, Kailash Nagar, Delhi, 1994.

66)    Rural Diary Cooperatives: Program and Problems, B.S. Bhatia (eds.) Encyclopaedia of Cooperative Management, vol.2, Deep & Deep Pub. New Delhi, 1994.

67)    Organisational Leadership, H.M.Singh (ed.), Fundamentals of Educational Management, Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi, 1995.

68)    Administrative Coordination, H.M.Singh (ed.), Fundamentals & Educational Management, Vikas Publishing House, 1995.

69)    Higher Civil Services and Rural Development, Hoshiar Singh (ed.), Higher Civil Services in India, Nirmal Book Agency, KKR, 1995.

70)    Revitalising Social Policy of India, Mohinder Singh (Ed.), Social Policy and Administration in India, MD Publications, New Delhi, 1996.

71)    Evaluation of Rural poverty Alleviation Programmes, Mohinder Singh (ed.), Social Policy and Administration in India, MD Publications, New Delhi, 1996.

72)    Social Insurance through the Employees State Insurance Act, 1948 (co-author), Mohinder Singh (ed.), Social Policy and Administration in India, MD Publications, New Delhi, 1996.

73)    Union Ministry of Welfare: Organisation and Functions, Mohinder Singh (ed.), Social Policy and Administration in India, MD Publications, New Delhi, 1996.

74)    Union Ministry of Welfare: Orgnaisation and Functions, Mohinder Singh (ed.), Social Policy and Administration in India, MD Pub., New Delhi, 1996.

75)    Voluntary Ortganisations and Social Welfare in India (co-author) A.N. Singh (ed.), Community Empowerment Education, Ambala, 1997.

76)    Organisation and Working of Central Warehousing Corporation (co-author) S.K.Singh (ed.), Public Sectors in India, Rawat Publications, Jaipur, 1997.

77)    Social Justice and People’s Participation, C.P.Barthwall (ed.), Social Justice in India, Bharat Book Centre, 17 Ashok Marg, Lucknow, 1998


2.   Dr Pardeep Sachdeva:              


1.                A Critical Analysis of Ashok Mehta Committee's recommendations on Panchayati Raj (in Punjabi), Samaik Vigyan Pattar (Social Sciences), Punjabi University, Patiala, Vol.217, April, 1986.

2.                Indian Ombudsman: Some Perspectives, Administrative Change, Jaipur, Vol.15, No.1, July-December, 1987.

3.                State Directorates of Municipal Administration: Rationale and Appraisal, Journal of Institute of Public Administration, Lucknow, Vol. 5, No.1 to 4, April, 1989.

4.                Combating Political Corruption: A Critique of Anti-Defection Legislation, The Indian Journal of Political Science, Madras, Vol. 50, No.2, April-June, 1989.

5.                Reform of French Local Government: The Decentralisation Process, Indian Journal of Public Administration, IIPA, New Delhi, vol.xxxv, no.2, April-June, 1989.

6.                State Control of Municipal Government: A Critique of the Device of Suppression, Indian Journal of Administrative Science, Madras, vol.1, no.1, January-June, 1990.

7.                Role of Political Parties in Municipal Administration: A Case Study, Administrative Change, Jaipur, vol.xvii, no.2, January-June, 1990.

8.                Revamping Municipal Finance, Indian Journal of Administrative Science, Madras, vol.1, no.2, July-December, 1990.

9.                Drug Addiction: The Malady and the Remedy (Co-author), Gandhian Perspectives, Varanasi, vol.iv, no.2, 1991.

10.            Social Welfare Administration as a Discipline and a Profession: Perspectives and Prospects (Co-author), Indian Journal of Public Administration, IIPA, New Delhi, vol.xxxviii, no.1, January-March, 1992.

11.            Revamping Urban Local Government: A Critique of Nagarpalika Bill 1989/1991, Nagarlok, IIPA, New Delhi, vol.xxiv, no.1, January-March, 1992.

12.            Municipal Leadership: Perspective and Prospects, Quarterly Journal of the All India Institute of Local Self Government, Bombay, vol.xiii, no. 3 & 4, July-December, 1992.

13.            Shehri Sthanak Sarkaran di Nirashajanak Karajpurti: Karan Ate Upao (In Punjabi), Samajak Vigyan Patter, Punjabi University, Patiala, 35, December, 1993.

14.            Special Purpose Agencies in Municipal Administration, Quarterly Journal of All India Institute of Local Self Government, vol. xiv, no. 1 & 2, April-June, 1993.

15.            Lack of Citizen's Participation in Municipal Governments: Causes and Remedies, Nagarlok, IIPA, New Delhi, vol.xxvi, no.1, January-March, 1994.

16.            The Changing Cantours of Secularism in India (co-author), Political Science Review, 1994.

17.            Environment Pollution Management: A Case Study of Ludhiana City (co-author), The New Environment Age (edited) by R.K. Sapra and Shyama Bhardwaj, Ashish Publishing House, New Delhi, 1990.

18.            Present Status of Teaching in Public Administration at Kurukshetra University (co-author), Education in Public Administration in India, IIPA, New Delhi, 1992.

19.            Municipal Personnel Administration: Some Reflections (co-author), Development Planning and Administration: A Reflection, Volume in Honour of Prof. B.S. Khanna edited by S. Bhatnagar & S.L. Goel, Deep & Deep Publications, Delhi, 1994.

20.            Municipal Administration: Problems and Prospects, The Universe of Public Administration : Essays in Honour of Prof. S.K. Sharma (edited) by Ramesh K. Arora & S.L.Kaushik, Associated Publishing House, New Delhi, 12994.

21.            Urban Poverty Alleviation : Policies and Programmes, Published in 'Social Policy and Administration in India', edited by Mohinder Singh, M.D. Publications Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi, 1996, pp. 27-34.

22.            Secularism : Sheetanchor of National Integration, published  in Approaches to National Integration edited by Harbhajan Singh Deol, Punjabi University, Patiala, 1997, pp. 111-124.

23.            Revitalising Panchayati Raj Institutions, paper contributed in the Seminar  organised by Dept. of Public Administration, Punjabi University, Patiala, 24-25 March, 1999.

24.            Retention or Abolition of Octroi : A Dilemma for State Governments, South Asian Journal of Socio-Political Studies, Kerala, vol.1, January-June, 2000.

25.            “In Defence of State Autonomy”, paper contributed in the seminar on ‘Review of Constitution’ organised by Punjabi University, Patiala ( 20-21 July, 2000).

26.            “Urban Governments in Retrospect and Prospect”, paper presented in the XVII National Conference of Indian Public Administration held at Lucknow, 10-11 Nov. 2000.


3.        Ms Manjusha Sharma:


i)                     Stimulation of the Effect of Private on some key macro variable in India published in Platium jubilee conference held in Indore on Dec. 30-31, 1992.

ii)                   Rural Development and Mass Media in India, published in Haryana Economic Journal (Kautilya) on March 22, 2000.

iii)                  Drug Addiction in India: Causes and Remedies published in Social Policy and Administration in India edited by Mohinder Singh (March 1996).

iv)                 Women Empowerment through Gram Panchayat: An Overview presented paper in the National Conference on Behavioural Management in Rural Development held on Feb., 3-5, 2000.

v)                   Rural Development And Mass Media in India presented paper in the Conference on 19th Annual Conference of Haryana Economic Association held on March 19-20, 1999.

vi)                 Tourism and Media: Some Issues and Challenges, presented paper in National Seminar on March 8-10, 1999.

vii)                Attended and participated paper in  National Seminar  on ’50 Years of Indian Administration’ at University of Lucknow on April 25-26, 1998 entitl4ed ‘Women Leadership in Panchayati Raj Institutions: Issues and challenges”.


4.        Dr. A.S.Malik  :    


i)                    Scheduled Castes and Development – Structure, Process and Performance, Kurukshetra University Research Journal, vol.xxiii, 1989.

ii)                   National Planning and Women Development: A Specific Study of Tribal Village Lakheria in Banswara District in Rajasthan, M.D. University, Research Journal (Arts.), vol.V, no.1, April 1990, M.D. University, Rohtak.

iii)                 Rural Development through Regional Rural Banks in Haryana, Indian Cooperative Review, vol.xxbii, No.4, 1991.

iv)                 Environmental Degradation and People Participation in Its Conservation in the book entitled entitled, “Environmental Policy and Administration” (ed.) Hoshiar Singh, Printwell Publishers, Jaipur.

v)                  Approaches to Rural Industrial Development in India in the book entitled, Rural Development in India: Current Perspective, (ed.) Mohinder Singh, Intellectual Pub. House, New Delhi, 1992.

vi)                 National Strategy of Tribal Development: A Study of Socio-Economic Change in Banswara ITDP of Rajasthan, in the book entitled Dimensions of Scheduled Tribes Development in India, (Eds.) PD Tiwari and R.S.Tripathi, Uppal Pub. House, New Delhi, 1992.

vii)               Bureaucracy and Liberalisation in India: A Critique, the paper presented in the Annual Conference of Indian Public Administration Association held at Mysore University, Mysore on Aug. 5-6, 1995.

viii)              The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act 1989 – An Analysis,  paper presented in the Seminar on Administration for Prevention of Atrocities on Schedules Castes in the Dept. of Public Admn., University of Lucknow, Oct. 15, 1996.

ix)                 Scheduled Castes Development Perspective: A review of Policy and Administration in India (ed.) Mohinder Singh, M.D. Publications, New Delhi, 1996.

x)                  An Alternative Constitutional Framework for India, Paper presented in the National Seminar on ‘Alternative Constitutional Framework for India’ organised by Institute for Applied Research and Development, Lucknow on 10-11th Nov. 1997.

xi)                 Women Participation in Panchayati Raj, in the book entitled ‘Constitutionalisation of Panchayati Raj – A Reassessment (ed.) R.P. Joshi, Rawat Publications, Jaipur, 1998.

xii)               Women and Panchayati Raj: A Case for Their Effective Participation in the State of Haryana, paper presented in xvi All Indian Conference of Indian Public Administration Association held at Jodhpur, March 21-22, 1998.

xiii)              Public Services in India: Problems and Prospects,  paper presented in a seminar ‘Fifty years of Indian Administration’, organised by the Dept. of Public Administration, University of Lucknow, Lucknow, 25-26       , 1998.

xiv)             The Haryana Public Service Commission  - Paper published in the book Public Service Commissions in India, edited by Hoshiar Sigh, Kitab Mahal, Allahabad, 1999.

xv)               The Haryana Panchayati Raj Act, 1994 – Provisions and Practices,  Paper presented in ICSSR Seminar on Local Government Institutions in India, March 24-25, 1999, Dept.of Public Admn., Punjabi University, Patiala.






                                                                                                                Dr. Pardeep Sachdeva


                                                                                                                Dept. of Public Administration

                                                                                                                K.U. Kurukshetra