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SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT THROUGH PEOPLE PARTICIPATION: A CASE OF VILLAGE PANCHAYAT IN TAMIL NADU


Keyword : Social Development, People Participation, Community Development, Rural Development, Village Panchayat
Author(s) : Dr. A. Ranjithkumar

Abstract :   Since First And Second World War, Entire World Community Had Faced Administrative Problem. Few States Felt That Public Administration Does Not Give Sound Solution For Administration Problem And Community Development Could Be Need Which Helps Overall Development Of Nations. General Administration Sifted Into New Dimensions Like New Public Administration, New Public Management, Comparative Administrative, And Development Administration And So On. Hence, Indian Government Had Admitted New Dimensions Like Development Administration And Social Development Is One Among Branches Of Development Administration. It This Circumstance, Indian Government Felt That There Is Urgent Need Of Social Development Through People Participation; Hence 73rd And 74 Constitutional Amendments Enacted Which Gave People Participation At Grassroots Levels. The Present Author Feels That Local Administration/Panchayat Raj System A Much Popularized And Deeply Discussed All Over The World In The Recent Years Among The Public, Politicians As Well As Bureaucratic. Every Social Problem Discusses On Global Or National Levels But Does Not Find Any Solution, Because Lack People Participation. Hence This Study Tries To Understand Social Development And People Participation In Rural Villages. Both Primary And Secondary Data Were Been Collected. The Present Study Aims At Collecting The Opinion Of The People With Regard To The Performance Of Village Panchayat In The Development Aspects.

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