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Mahatma Gandhi Mahavidhylaya ,Ahmedpur started by vichar vikas mandal Ahmedpur, Dist.Latu in 1969 The department of public Administration established in 1973 under the headship of prof.U.K. Bhikane .There were two professors in the dept. upto1969.Dr.T.N.Gaikwad joined this dept. inoct.1978 pro. U.K. Bhikane retiredin1996 & prof. T. N. Gaikwad working as a head after the
retirement of prof Bhikane .there are two prof. of public Administration Dept. Assistance prof. Mr.
Deelip lalu Bajara joined this Dept. on 17/10/2000 there are 1572 books are available for this
department ,those books are reference book ,text book etc. The journal of Indian Institute of public
Administration, Kurukshetra, Indian political& Economic weekly etc. the journal of regularly
subscribed by this department & these journal are available in library .
Dr T.N. Gaikwad were wrote six text book as per the University Syllabus
,he is also research Guide in S.R.T.M.U.Nanded. Now six candidate completed their research work
(Ph.D.) under the guidance of Dr T.N. Gaikwad .Two student were also submitted their Ph.D. thesis
under the supervision of Dr T.N. Gaikwad , now four student are doing research under his
supervision .Dr.T.N. Gaikwad worked as a member there are in both the Uniersity .
Dr. D.L. Banjara has completed his M. Phil.in year of 2007/2008 & he has
published research paper / Articles in national and International Journals .prof. D.L. Banjara has
participated six national conferences/seminar and Six international conferences /seminars etc. one
minor research project is sanctioned to prof. D.L. Banjara has been Awarded the his Ph.D. Degree
from S.R.T.M.U. nanded, in August 2012, He has been Awarded Mahatma Jyotyba phule National
Teacher Award in the year of January 2013 . He is Chief Editor International Journals. He has been
wrote Two books University Level from 1973 this department fully devoted to the student site the
basic knowledge of public administration for the student of B.A.1st, 2nd & 3rd year.

Vision’s of Department of Public Administration
• To cultivate skills of applying Administrative knowledge for sustainable developments of mankind and for Social responsibility.
• Quest for lifelong learning
• Learners as the focus

Mission’ of the Department of Public Administration
• The mission of Public Administration department is to facilitate growth among students and tap their potential to the fullest and channelize it in best possible direction.
• Research in basic Social sciences is foundation for the developments in science, Politics, Administration Center Govt. to Local Govt., Economic Historical & technology knowing this fact accordingly increases the involvements in the process of teaching, learning and research.

Aims and Objectives of Department:-
• Provide learner-centric academic and personal enrichment opportunities.
• Impart skills which can translate into practical applications for the industry.
• Provide learner-centric academic and personal enrichment opportunities.
• Empowerment to pursue their goals.
• Inculcating analytical attitude and scientific temperament.
• Sensitizing learners about social, ecological, economic and political issues.
• Endeavoring to find solutions that will benefit society as a whole.
• Positive role modeling in order to create responsible citizens.

Teachers Achievements
“Good teachers do well with students at all level of achievement, and there is no evidence that teacher education or performance on a certification examination contributes to quality teaching.”
a) To Increase the Knowledge of the Student.
b) To give the information of government to the students (Local to center)
c) To introduce the students how to behave others.

d) To give the students good behaviors.

e) To give the Knowledge that how to become a best person in Society.

f) To give the Administrative Knowledge to the student.

g) To Development of student Personality.

h) Our subject is very much helpful to success UPSC & MPSC competitive examinations.
i] Our subject is very much useful to develop Local Leadership spicily in the Local self government (Rural & Urban).

BEST PRACTICES
• Question paper bank for help of students in preparing for the examinations
• Digital class room is used for power point teaching various using topics.
• Internet facility is provided for faculty and students
• Senior students are encouraged to teach junior students.
• Teachers work is evaluated by the students and by the HO.D. of the department
And by the Principal also
Challenges:

1] Decreasing student’s strength in admission of graduation.
2] Poor responses of student’s parents.
3] Daily attendants of the students are decline.
4] Socio-Economic background of the students is very poor so they can’t compete the various challenges having before them.
Weak Points:
1] We have no departmental library facilities.
2] We have no Internet facilities.
3] We have no ICT facilities in Class room.
4] We have no Computer facilities.
5] We have no any type of assistant staff for support.

Beyond syllabus scholarly activities of the department
1. Informal Counseling for competitive examinations.
2. Seminar activity by B. A. I.II &III year students.
3. Group Discussions.
4. Workshops on hands-on training on Administrative chart available in the Department.
5. Soft-skill and communicative workshops.
6. Cultural week organized by the students.
7. Social Science day celebration.
8. Teacher’s day celebration.
9. Independence day celebration
10. Republic day celebration
Undergraduate Public Administration
Public administration houses the implementation of government policy and an academic discipline that studies this implementation and that prepares civil servants for this work. As a “field of inquiry with a diverse scope” its “fundamental goal… is to advance management and policies so that government can function.” Some of the various definitions which have been offered for the term are: “The management of public programs”; the “translation of politics into the reality that citizens see every day”; and “the study of government decision making, the analysis of the policies themselves, the various inputs that have produced them, and the inputs necessary to produce alternative policies.” , The goals of the field of public administration are related to the democratic values of improving equality, justice, security, efficiency, effectiveness of public services usually in a non-profit, non-taxable venue; business administration, on the other hand, is primarily concerned with taxable profit. For a field built on concepts (accountability, governance, decentralization, clientele), these concepts are often ill-defined and typologies often ignore certain aspects of these concepts. Public administration is “centrally concerned with the organization of government policies and programmes as well as the behavior of officials (usually non-elected) formally responsible for their conduct” Many unelected public servants can be considered to be public administrators, including police officers, municipal budget analysts, HR benefits administrators, city managers, Census analysts, and cabinet secretaries. Public administrators are public servants working in public departments and agencies, at all levels of government. Every public officer charged with the duties of administration must therefore implant in his mind that secrecy breeds suspicion and suspicion erodes public trust the teachers permute the Student for won development and social responsibility also.
The students which have not taken Public Administration on graduate level now a days they are
upset because they don’t have knowledge of government how it ruled so, that public administration
is important.
The professional Education of the student’s beings while enrolling their names to the B.A. Classes. The board of study thought authentically that some sort of Job oriented syllabi is to be included and accordingly the syllabus is framed
Group Of Subjects:-
• Public Administration / Language / History
• Public Administration / Language / Sociology
• Public Administration / Language / Political Science
• Public Administration / Language / Geography

Topper Students :

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Ku. Kadam Monali SanjivKu. Vibhute Shubhangi BalajiKu. Kashid Sharda DhananjayKu. Bansode Meera Narayan

Mr. Jadhav A.B.

Ku. Sonkamble V.S.

Ku. Deshmukh P.R.

Mr. Kale Ashok

Ku. MArshivne S.C.

Mr. Sukne A.M.

Ku. Chate B.D.

Ku. Dhanke A.B.

Ku. Wagmare S.P.

Mr. Gangthade S.G.

Mr.Shelke S.S.

Mr.Jadhav S.J.

Mr. Bachalwad S.A.

Mr. Devkatte P.M.

Ku. PAtil J.V.

Ku. Thakur A.B.

Mr. Bane T.P.

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Faculty (Teaching) :

Name of the Faculty Member Qualification Designation DATE OF APPOINTMENT Bio-Data
 tn gaikwad Dr. T.N. Gaikwad M.A. Ph.D. Head & Associate Professor 27-10-1978   Download
 banjara sir Dr. Dilip L. Banjara

 

M.A. Ph.D.

M. Phil.

Asst. Professor 17-10-2000    Download

Co-curricular Activities:

Following co-curricular activities are regularly undertaken by the department.
Sr. No. Activity
01 Extension Lectures
02 Guest Lectures
03 Seminars
04 Tests
05 Group Discussions
06 Debates
07 Essay Writing
08 Elocution Competitions
09 Quizzes
10 Symposiums

Head of the Dept. Concern Teacher
Dr T. N. Gaikwad Dr. Banjara Deelip Lalu
The Dept of Public Administration Assistant Professor
Mahatma Gandhi College, Ahmedpur Mahatma Gandhi College, Ahmedpur