National Seminar on Impact of Change in Political Sovereignty on Administration
Department of Political Science Jai Narain Vyas University, Jodhpur is organizing a National Seminar on Impact of Change in Political Sovereignty on Administration.
Date: 6th - 7th December, 2014
We all understand that today' society is governed and controlled by politics. Every aware brain in the society discusses on politics. The political discussions now become fashion in the drawing room discussions. Although these discussions are messy somewhere because till so far no culture of such discussion has been developed that may provide an ethical or functional discussion which is based on political ideology and could stand as a strong support in smooth running of administration. In a democratic system stipulated time bound electoral processing is necessity. But in most democracies there is continuous change in political parties although sometimes it becomes little complicated too specially in those democracies where not only the change is declared formally but a sudden change occurs tremendously.
Our experiences about the Indian political system and administrative system shows that there are many aspects and perspectives stands erect in front of us in this regard. Also aroused many other important questions unanswered, further matter of intellectual envisage through discussions. The major question that arises in-front of us all is that "does the change in political sovereignty and administrative system are contradictory to each other? or they overlaps each other? What are the expectations of political parties and administrative system about the change in India? Is it possible to prove the worth of change occurred in political sovereignty that caused the change in administration?
The change in political sovereignty may cause many other radical changes with it, because the ideology of a political party is somewhere connected to the election agenda and public expectations. The party in power has to first made the necessary changes in their internal system and then it would tried to achieve the promises made in election agenda. In this whole the values like neutrality, commitment and detachment of the bureaucrats and public servants may be questioned and doubted. Not only this blame goes to the bureaucrats and public servants rather it marks a question mark on the role and commitment of the governors, Chairpersons(s) of the various bodies, institutions and committees too.
With the change in political party in power and administrative system in the state there comes a drastic change in the developmental policies and practices, rules and regulations, also changes the declarations and promises made at the time of elections in process. Many developmental policies are demolished on the name of change in its name and form. Some of the policies would be stopped or a new one might be started.
The sub-themes of this two day national seminar:
- The System and Administration in universal perspectives
- Political Sovereignty : History and Importance
- The ideology of Political Sovereignty and feasibility.
- Political Sovereignty in India : Ancient Times, Colonial Times and Post Colonial Times
- Democracy in India : Political Parties and Sovereign Changes
- The Experiences of Sovereign Change
- Electoral Process : Matters, Expectations and Challenges
- Administrative System : Implementation of policies
- Development and Change
- Social, Economic, Cultural and Industrial Change and Politics
- The Status of Constitutional Institutions/ Posts
- Centre- State Relations
- The Experiences with the Alliance
- The political sovereignty and administration in contemporary perspectives
- Any other related topic.
Call for Paper:
Papers are invited for this National Seminar. The paper givers are suggested to send their abstracts and full paper by Email at the following address email@example.com
Registration fee should be deposited in account Director, National Seminar, JNVU, Jodhpur at Bank of Baroda. All communications regarding the seminar is directed to the Seminar Director by email.
Research Scholar / Student
Up to November 25, 2014
- Abstract Submission Deadline: 10th November, 2014
- Final Paper Submission Deadline: 20th November, 2014
Dr. Janak Singh Meena
Director, National Seminar
Department of Political Science,
Jai Narain Vyas University, Jodhpur