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Administration of Primary Health Centres in India: A Study from the Three Southern States

 
S.P.Ranga Rao (Author)
Synopsis As a signatory to the Aimo Ato Declaration India is committed to provide Health for all by 2000 A.D.’ Accordingly since 1985 a large number of additional rural health institutions have come into existence in various states. By 1992,20,847 Primary health Centres,1,30,782 sub centres and 2060 Community Health Centres have come to be established in rural India. However the resources provided for the Centres both human and material are grossly inadequate for them to provide even a fraction of the service needed. Doctors are reluctant to work in rural areas, Drugs are in short supply and often not of good quality. Equipment is not properly maintained. There is undue stress on the curative aspect to the neglect of the preventive and promotive aspect of health programmes is marginal. Rural local bodies are not activity associated with management of health services. Coluntary bodies also do not actively participate in the provisions of rural health services. The scheme of village Health Guides has bas not proved effective. The present volume, based on empirical field study of rural health services, reveals some of the deficiencies of the system such as those mentioned above. If are urgency rectified, if would take another 50 years for the country to provide “Health for All” its citizens.
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S.P.Ranga Rao

Professor S. P. Ranga Rao (b. 1932) took his B. Sc. Degree (1962) from the Andhro University and M. A. Public Administration (1956) and LLB. (1967) degrees from the Nagpur University. He was awarded Ph. D. in Public Administration (1971) by the Osmania University. He retired as Professor of Public Administration (1992) from the Osmania University offer 33 years of service, where he was earlier the Head of the Department and Chairman, Board of Studies in Public Administration. Professor Ranga Rao was the member of the editorial board of the Indian Journal of Public Administration and also a Member of the Acadamic Committee of the India Institute of Public Administration. During the course of his long career he was associated with the academic work of 22 Indian Universities. His Research articles were published in all the leading journals of the country. Professor Ranga Rao was the Co-Editor of crisis Administration in India, and Professionalism in Public Administration. He was also the author/Editor of eight ither books including six text books sponsored by the Andhra Pradesh Telgu Academy.

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Title Administration of Primary Health Centres in India: A Study from the Three Southern States
Author S.P.Ranga Rao
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1993
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8170995183
length viii+186p., Tables; Bibliography; Index; 22cm.