Decentralised Governance in India | UPSC Topper Shubham Gupta, IAS (AIR 6) | CSTV

Don’t miss the tip to deal answer writing in mains given in the video. Decentralised governance is the most effective way to solve the local problems at local level. It also strengthen the grass root level democracy. In India decentralised governance exist since vedic times in form of Samiti is. Even the great philosopher Chanakya mentioned about decentralised governance in his book Arthashastra. Later on british governors such as Mayo and Ripon worked for local governance in India. In this video you will get to know about the real conditions and working of the decentralised governance in India. Shubham Gupta, IAS who is serving as Assistant Collector,Nashik has shared his real time experiences and case studies about the local governance in India. He has explained us the success of PRIs, limitations in their working and what needs to be done to make them effective instrument of governance. The video addresses the following questions about local governance:

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1.What is the status of decentralised administration in the country?

2. Are adequate powers and resources provided commensurating with the responsibility given?

3.What are the Instances and circumstances, when we need Centralised administration?

4.Do we need decentralised administration and up to what extent? What needs to be done to achieve it?

5. Will greater decentralised administration boon for India?

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