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The Emerging Scenario of Ethics Based Governance In India

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ISBN: 9788121212410    Publisher: Gyan Publishing House Year of publishing: 2014     Format:  Hardback No of Pages: 268        Language: English
Description About The Author:- Professor Habibur Rehman is an eminent academician and has witnessed the unfolding of events in India since partition. He obtained his higher education from Aligarh Muslim...Read more
Description About The Author:- Professor Habibur Rehman is an eminent academician and has witnessed the unfolding of events in India since partition. He obtained his higher education from Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh and also from the University of Western Ontario, Canada. He has served as the Vice-Chancellor of Dr. Ambedkar University, Agra (India), Dean, Faculty of Commerce, Aligarh Muslim University, Dean, Faculty of Commerce and Management, Kashmir University, Srinagar and Head, Department of Economics and Management, University of Sokoto, Nigeria. He has published extensively and some of his books include, "The Muslim mindset, Terrorism and Jihad in Islam" by Macmillan Publishers Indi a Ltd, "Plight of Indian Muslims after Partition" by Atlantic Publishers, India and "Why Reservation for Muslims" by Gyan Publishing House, India. He has been involved with several academic and administrative assignments. He has vast experience in teaching and excellent knowledge of research and consultancy.Contents:- Preface Acknowledgements 1. Why Am I Addressing My Beloved Countrymen? • Merely in the Interest of the Nation • Question of Conscience • No blame Game • Aware of India's Glorious Heritage • Expectations of Indians from Free India • Good Works Done during this Period • The Grey Areas • The Depressing Scenario • Is it the Dawn of Our Choice? • Overhauling of Various Systems • The Lokpal Bill • Central Investigating Commissioner • Citizens' Charter • Citizens Rights • Citizens Duties and Responsibilities 11 15 176 The Emerging Scenario of Ethics: Based Governance in India • Code of Conducts for Government and Private Employees • Code of Conduct for Political Parties • A Monitoring, Assessing and Controlling Authority • Overhauling of Archaic Social, Cultural and Religious Practices. • Laws have their Own Limitations • Our Main Problem 3. We have Lost Our Sterling Qualities • Our Qualities • Indians were Virtuous • Our Measuring Rod in the Past • Distorted Vision • We have become Directionless • The Fragmentation of Indian Society • The Poor and the Downtrodden • The Rich and Famous • The Mediocre and the Middle Class 4. We have Shattered our Institutional Framework • Simple Living and High Thinking • Equitability of Genders • Equality of Genders did not Give much to Women Folk • The Clash of Gender Theory • Decent Rearing Scheme for Children • Parents are Financing Their Children In s tea d of Nurturing Them 81 107 • Children do not Want to be Idle • Children are Sensitive • Children Suffer due to the Follies of Parents • Affectionate Security Structure for Parents • Many Parents are Suffering Despite Legislative Measures • Loneliness of Parents 7 • Sound Joint Family System • Role of Females in the Management of the Joint Family • Children were Taught Manners • Care of Children by Parents • The Atmosphere within Joint Family • Emergence of Nuclear Families • Viable Neighbourhood • Neighbourhood Lost Its Charms • Vibrant Educational Arrangement • Lengthening of Educational Time • Quality of Education is not Rich • Corruption in the Third Grade Institutions • Effective Governing Mechanism • The Law and Order is Bit Shaky 5 . The New World Order is Impacting Us 159 • The Invasion of the New World Order • The Salient Features of the New World Order • The Principle of Rationality • Separation of the State and the Church 8 The Emerging Scenario of Ethics: Based Governance in India • Basis of Moral Norms • Basic Unit of the Society • Liberal Democracy • Laissez-faire Economy • Human Rights • Feminist Movement • Materialistic Fervour • Modern Education System • The Strategies to Impose the New World Order • The Game Plan has not Succeeded so Far 6. Indian Economy could not Benefit Aam 183 Aadmi • Geological Layers in Indian Economy • The Need to Salvage the Marginalised Segments • Neglect of the Rural Economy • Nerve-breaking Inflation • The Problem of Adulteration • Practically Everything is Adulterated • The Transport and Infrastructure Problems • Inadequate Infrastructure • Indian Railways • Health Care • Malpractices in Health Sector • The Adverse Effects of Privatisation in Medical Profession • Senseless Introduction of the FDI's • Astronomical Salary Increases • Sundry Issues 7. Emerging Scenario of Governance in India 221 • The Dream of Mahatma Gandhi • Apprehensions of the Father of Nation • Indian Politics Appears Feudal and Capitalistic in Character • Remote Controls in Politics • Some of the Misadventures of the Elected Representatives • Worth Seen Moments in Parliament • Experience after Getting Democracy • The Problem of Corruption • Corruption from Highest to the Lowest Level • Corruption Institutionalised • Mark Up Corruption • For how Long People will Remain Silent • Our Last Submission Index 257About The Book:- The Book Highlights The Feelings, Ambit Ions And Aspirations Of The Common Man, When India Became Free. As Time Elapsed, Indians Divorced Their Sterling Qualities, Abandoned Their Dynamic Institutional Frameworks And Became The Victims Of The New World Order Which Was Detrimental To Their Culture And Civilization. Inflation , Adulteration, Weak Infrastructure, Shaky Health Care System, In Equalities In Income And Reckless Entry Of Multinational Companies And The Unrestricted March Of The Fdls In Consumer Sectors Broke Down T He Backbone Of Indian Masses. Besides The Un Democratic Activities Of Many Of The Elected Representatives, The Derailed Democratic Structure Of The Country, Indecisiveness Of The Governing Segment And The Impact Of Corruption And Bad Governance Turned The Whole Growth And Development Process Of The Country Upside Down. Seeing All These Maladies, The Patience Of The Masses Exhausted And They Decided To Come In The Forefront. After Highlighting The Painful Trends Prevailing In The Country, The Book Has Finally Cautioned That If The Men On The Helm Of Affairs Did Not See The Writing On The Wall And Did Not Focus The Total Scenario Of The Country On The Ethic Based Governance The Posterity Would Never Forgive Them For Years To Come, About The Author:- Professor Habibur Rehman Is An Eminent Academician And Has Witnessed The Unfolding Of Events In India Since Partition. He Obtained His Higher Education From Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh And Also From The University Of Western Ontario, Canada. He Has Served As The Vice-Chancellor Of Dr. Ambedkar University, Agra (India), Dean, Faculty Of Commerce, Aligarh Muslim University, Dean, Faculty Of Commerce And Management, Kashmir University, Srinagar And Head, Department Of Economics And Management, University Of Sokoto, Nigeria. He Has Published Extensively And Some Of His Books Include, "The Muslim Mindset, Terrorism And Jihad In Islam" By Macmillan Publishers Indi A Ltd, "Plight Of Indian Muslims After Partition" By Atlantic Publishers, India And "Why Reservation For Muslims" By Gyan Publishing House, India. He Has Been Involved With Several Academic And Administrative Assignments. He Has Vast Experience In Teaching And Excellent Knowledge Of Research And Consultancy., Content:- Preface Acknowledgements 1. Why Am I Addressing My Beloved Countrymen? • Merely In The Interest Of The Nation • Question Of Conscience • No Blame Game • Aware Of India's Glorious Heritage • Expectations Of Indians From Free India • Good Works Done During This Period • The Grey Areas • The Depressing Scenario • Is It The Dawn Of Our Choice? • Overhauling Of Various Systems • The Lokpal Bill • Central Investigating Commissioner • Citizens' Charter • Citizens Rights • Citizens Duties And Responsibilities 11 15 176 The Emerging Scenario Of Ethics: Based Governance In India • Code Of Conducts For Government And Private Employees • Code Of Conduct For Political Parties • A Monitoring, Assessing And Controlling Authority • Overhauling Of Archaic Social, Cultural And Religious Practices. • Laws Have Their Own Limitations • Our Main Problem 3. We Have Lost Our Sterling Qualities • Our Qualities • Indians Were Virtuous • Our Measuring Rod In The Past • Distorted Vision • We Have Become Directionless • The Fragmentation Of Indian Society • The Poor And The Downtrodden • The Rich And Famous • The Mediocre And The Middle Class 4. We Have Shattered Our Institutional Framework • Simple Living And High Thinking • Equitability Of Genders • Equality Of Genders Did Not Give Much To Women Folk • The Clash Of Gender Theory • Decent Rearing Scheme For Children • Parents Are Financing Their Children In S Tea D Of Nurturing Them 81 107 • Children Do Not Want To Be Idle • Children Are Sensitive • Children Suffer Due To The Follies Of Parents • Affectionate Security Structure For Parents • Many Parents Are Suffering Despite Legislative Measures • Loneliness Of Parents 7 • Sound Joint Family System • Role Of Females In The Management Of The Joint Family • Children Were Taught Manners • Care Of Children By Parents • The Atmosphere Within Joint Family • Emergence Of Nuclear Families • Viable Neighbourhood • Neighbourhood Lost Its Charms • Vibrant Educational Arrangement • Lengthening Of Educational Time • Quality Of Education Is Not Rich • Corruption In The Third Grade Institutions • Effective Governing Mechanism • The Law And Order Is Bit Shaky 5 . The New World Order Is Impacting Us 159 • The Invasion Of The New World Order • The Salient Features Of The New World Order • The Principle Of Rationality • Separation Of The State And The Church 8 The Emerging Scenario Of Ethics: Based Governance In India • Basis Of Moral Norms • Basic Unit Of The Society • Liberal Democracy • Laissez-Faire Economy • Human Rights • Feminist Movement • Materialistic Fervour • Modern Education System • The Strategies To Impose The New World Order • The Game Plan Has Not Succeeded So Far 6. Indian Economy Could Not Benefit Aam 183 Aadmi • Geological Layers In Indian Economy • The Need To Salvage The Marginalised Segments • Neglect Of The Rural Economy • Nerve-Breaking Inflation • The Problem Of Adulteration • Practically Everything Is Adulterated • The Transport And Infrastructure Problems • Inadequate Infrastructure • Indian Railways • Health Care • Malpractices In Health Sector • The Adverse Effects Of Privatisation In Medical Profession • Senseless Introduction Of The Fdi's • Astronomical Salary Increases • Sundry Issues 7. Emerging Scenario Of Governance In India 221 • The Dream Of Mahatma Gandhi • Apprehensions Of The Father Of Nation • Indian Politics Appears Feudal And Capitalistic In Character • Remote Controls In Politics • Some Of The Misadventures Of The Elected Representatives • Worth Seen Moments In Parliament • Experience After Getting Democracy • The Problem Of Corruption • Corruption From Highest To The Lowest Level • Corruption Institutionalised • Mark Up Corruption • For How Long People Will Remain Silent • Our Last Submission Index 257
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