115. Principles of Organization

Important Functional Principles of Organization Luther gullick and Urwick claim that there are some general principles that guides the functioning of the organization.  Herbert Simon criticized that the general principles of organization are nothing but proverbs.  L.D. White on the other hand felt that they are only working rules which is widely experienced across all […]

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113. KPSC Blog 6

KARNATAKA SCIENCE &TECHNOLOGY–BLOG6 B.A.Nagesh FORESTS&ENVIRONMENT-1 The Karnataka Bio-diversity board was set up in 2003 for preservation and conservation of biological diversity. The Board monitors the activities of local bodies  set up at the Gram panchayat, taluk panchayat and Zilla panchayat for this purpose. Awareness and training programmes are conducted for Govt. employees, university students, NGO’s […]

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112. KPSC Blog 5

  KARNATAKA ECONOMY KARNATAKA TOURISM B.A.Nagesh Karnataka has a vast potential for tourism due to its vast culture and heritage. Tourism was declared as a industry in 1988 by the Govt. By declaring Tourism as a industry stress was laid on improving infrastructure at all tourist centres. The two main agencies set up to develop […]

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111. KPSC Blog 4

  KARNATAKA POLITY  Posted by B.A.NAGESH STATE ELECTION COMMISSION. The State election commission  came into existence on 26.5.93. The SEC is set up due to the 73rd and 74th constitutional amendments which gave constitutional status to local self governing bodies. The State election commission conducts elections to rural local bodies like the gram panchayat, taluk […]

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104. KPSC Blog 3

KARNATAKA POLITY BLOG1- DEMOCRATIC DECENTRALISATION. Karnataka introduced a three-tier system of lPanchayat Raj with a three tier structure. This is in consonance with Art. 40 of the constitution which states that the Govt. will set up village panchayats and endow wthem with sufficient power to make them function as effective units of self govt/ The […]

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