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Murtaza, Gulam (2016)
Publisher: Journal Of Business Management & Social Sciences Research
Journal: Journal Of Business Management & Social Sciences Research
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Political Sciences, Hill Development Councils, Devolution of power, Empowerment, Circulation of new elites.
The present article pertains to Politico-Administration Aspects of Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Councils of Leh and Kargil Districts of Jammu And Kashmir State. The major objective of this article is to highlight or see the overall changes in Ladakh Politics as well as administrative changes especially after the formation of Hill Development Councils in Leh and Kargil districts of Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir. In this article an attempt has been made to highlight the administrative pattern of the Hill Development Council as well as of its Executive Councils as an apex policy making governing body. The organizational set up, administrative pattern and the implementation policies and programs at the operative level have also been inquired into so as to identify various problems faced by the Hill Development Councils and its operational management staff. Finally on the basis research inquiry concluding observation has been made and some recommendations have also been suggested for improving the administrative working of Hill Development Councils.
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