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Development Administration and Multi-Level Planning

Rakesh Hooja (Editor) Sunil Dutt (Editor)
Synopsis Multilevel planning as an approach assigns the task of planning for the development and optimal utilization of resources to the local agencies or units of administration and thus creates intermediary levels between the centre, states and local units. The essays in this book focus upon multilevel planning as a technique, methodology and strategy for development administration and identify the process that went into evolution of multilevel planning as a cogent structure in the overall planning policy. The volume presents an exciting mix of studies based upon field experience, concepts and principles of decentralized multilevel planning. It examines the pitfalls, inadequacies and feasibility of this alternative development paradigm, underlining the dynamic role of institutional and participatory structures.
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About the author

Rakesh Hooja

Rakesh Hooja is Joint Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, New Delhi. His earlier prominent assignments in the government of Rajasthan include Area Development Commissioner, Indira Gandhi Canal Project, Secretary, Command Area Development and Water Utilisation and Commissioner, Agriculture Development Project. He has written extensively in his areas of interest like land and water management decentralized and district planning, rural development, participatory irrigation management, watershed management and development administration.

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Title Development Administration and Multi-Level Planning
Format Hardcover
Date published: 21.08.2008
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8184570731
length xvi+384p.