Public Administration Optional Enrichment Programme 2025

by Vajiram & Ravi

Date of Commencement

15th July 2024




Rs. 17,000 (Incl. GST)

Public Administration Optional Enrichment Programme 2025

The Focus areas of this programme

  • KNOWLEDGE ENHANCEMENT: Topic-wise classes covering important contemporary issues and related aspects of static syllabus.
  • Previous Years’ Questions discussion
  • Answer writing practise based upon discussion
  • At least 2 answers daily and 10 answers weekly to develop confidence
  • Evaluation: Evaluation process focuses on assessing the answers on three dimensions.
  • Conceptual clarity
  • Structure and presentation
  • Application of Contemporary news in answer.
  • Targeted topic -wise Test 
  • Sectional Test
  • Comprehensive Test


The mains class - test will be conducted at an interval of 14 days.

  • Daily answer writing practice will be held in-between the mains tests.
  • Syllabus/topic for daily mains answer writing schedule is provided which go hand in hand with test syllabus.
  • The daily answer writing practice is for structuring optional answer to cater to the needs of UPSC.
  • Mode: online
  • Test discussion by Faculty: recorded videos uploaded on portal.
  • Students can write the exam up to one week from the scheduled date. Submission after deadline is not entertained.
  • Answer paper feedback will be provided within the timeline of maximum of 10 days from the date of your submission.

Detailed Schedule

S. No.DatePaper/Unit/Topic (Mon)

Paper-I, Unit -1: Meaning & Scope of P.A;

Woodrow Wilson’s Vision on P.A (Tue)Evolution of P.A as a discipline; (Wed)New Public Administration; Public Choice Approach; (Thu)Challenges of LPG; New Public Management; (Fri)Good Governance; (Mon)Paper- I, Unit – 2 & 3: F.W. Taylor, Henry Fayol; (Tue)Max Weber; (wed)M.P. Follett; Gullick & Urwick; (Thu)Elton Mayo; (Fri)Chester Barnard, Herbert Simon;
11.28. 07. 24 (Sun)Test Number: 01 (Mon)R. Likert; C. Argyris; McGregor; (Tue)Motivation Theories; (Wed)Leadership Theories; (Thu)Morale; (Fri)Systems Approach & Contingency Theories; (Mon)Paper-II, Unit-1: Kautilya’s Arthashashtra; (Tue)Mughal Administration; (Wed)British Legacy; (Thu)Constitutional Philosophy; Political Culture; (Fri)

Bureaucracy & Democracy;

Bureaucracy & Development (Sun)Test Number: 02 (Mon)Paper-I; Unit-4,5 & Paper-II;Unit- 4: Union Executive; (Tue)

Secretariat & Directorate;

Executive Control over Administration; (Wed)Parliament; Legislative Control over executive; (Fri)Cabinet Secretariat, P.M.O; Cabinet Committees; (Sat)Judicial Control over administration; (Mon)Voluntary Organisations; Social Audit; (Tue)RTI; Citizens Charter; (Wed)Paper-I, Unit-6; Administrative Law (Thu)Delegated Legislation (Fri)Administrative Tribunals (Sun)Test Number: 03 (Mon)Paper-I, Unit-7 & 8; Concept of CPA; (Tue)Models of Riggs; (Wed)Concept of Development; (Thu)Changing profile of Development Administration; (Fri)State vs Market Debate; SHGs; (Mon)Paper-I Unit-9 & Paper-II Unit-8; Importance of HRD; Concept of Civil Services; (Tue)

Position vs Rank Classification;

Training of Civil Servants; (Wed)Code of Conduct & Code of Ethics; (Thu)

Employer – Employee Relations;

Civil Service Activism; (Sun)Test Number – 04 (Mon)Paper – II, Unit-5: Concept of Planning; (Tue)

Role of Planning Commission & NDC;

State Planning Boards; (Wed)Role of NITI Aayog; (Thu)Paper-II, Unit – 6: Role of Governor; (Fri)Centre State Relations; (Mon)Paper-II, Unit – 7, Role of District Administration; (Tue)Paper-II, Unit – 11 & 12: PRIs Status & Problems; (Wed)Urban Local Bodies; (Thu)Recommendations of ARC-II; (Fri)Role of Finance Commission; (Sun)Test Number – 05 (Mon)Paper-I, Unit-10: Concept of Public Policy; (Tue)Models of Policy Making; (Wed)

Policy Monitoring, Policy Execution &

Policy Evaluation; (Thu)

Paper-I, Unit-11: O&M;

Work Study & Work Management; (Fri)PERT, CPM, e-governance; (Mon)Paper – II, Unit – 3, Concept of PSUs; (Tue)Problems of Autonomy; (Thu)Impact of LPG on PSUs; (Sun)Test Number – 06 (Mon)Paper-I, Unit-12 & Paper – II, Unit – 9, Concept of Financial Administration & Financial Management; (Tue)Concept & Significance of Budget; Types of Budget; (Wed)Public Debt & Borrowings; (Thu)Types of Audit, Role of CAG; (Fri)Types of Accounting; (Mon)Role of Finance Ministry in Monetary & Fiscal Policy; (Tue)Paper – II, Unit – 10: Administrative Reforms; (Wed)Paper – II, Unit – 13: Role of Central Forces & Police; (Thu)Criminalisation of Politics & Administration; (Fri)Simultaneous Elections; (Mon)Paper – II, Unit – 14; Disaster Management; (Tue)NHRC; (Wed)Corruption & Administration; (Sun)Test Number – 07 (Sun)Test Number – 08, Paper - I, Unit – 1 to 6; (Sun)Test Number – 09, Paper – I, Unit – 7 to 12; (Sun)Test Number – 10, Paper – II, Unit – 1 to 7; (Sun)Test Number – 11, Paper – II Unit – 8 to 14; (Sun)Test Number – 12, Paper – I Comprehensive; (Sun)Test Number – 13, Paper – II Comprehensive;


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