L10- Constitution of Bangladesh What is a Constitution? Types of ConstitutionFormation Methods By Grant By Deliberate Creation By Revolution By Evolution Constitution MakingProcess Basis Features of theConstitution It is Written It is Rigid 4 Principles of State Policy It is Unicameral Legislature Flaws in the Constitution Independence of LowerJudiciary Administrative Tribunal Anti-Hopping Laws Bangalee Nationalism Reserved Seats for Women 15 Amendments Made 4th , 5th , 8th ,12th ,13th ,15th – afew important Amendments
L12- Public Administration What is Public Administration? Five Power Actors of Public Administration- The Executive Oath of Office Ordinance & Emergency The Legislature SCMs Ombudsman The Judiciary Supreme Judicial Council Administrative Tribunal The Services Job Security The People
L13- Local Government What is LocalGovernment? History British Period Pakistani Period Bangladeshi Period Structure of De-centralization Decentralization and itsForms De-concentration Delegation Devolution
L14- Good Governance What is Good Governance? Components of Good Governance Accountability Transparency Predictability Participation Components of Bad Governance Arbitrary Policy Making System Unaccountability Un-enforced or Unjust Legal System Abuse of Political Power No Bridge Between Civil Society & Public Like Corruption Conclusion
Book III- Development in Bangladesh History of Economical Theories PCI and PCI with Equity The Ability to Meet Basic Needs Amartya Sen’s “Capabilities” Approach: Valuable Being Valuable Doings Functioning Capabilities
Factors of Economic Development: Simon said, the country growing should have consistentgrowth with other countries, & there should be somestructural changes. Primary Production Secondary Production TertiaryProduction Demographic Transition Nature of Population in terms of Fertility Rate & Morality RateCondition Fertility Rate Morality RateUnder-DevelopedCountryIncreasing IncreasingDeveloping Country Increasing DecreasingDeveloped Country Decreasing Decreasing
Process of Development Adam Smith, “In ancient times, people would hunt, then theystarted Bartering, then Industrial Working” Karl Marx Capitalism to Communism Mode of Production Forces of Production Relations of ProductionIndicators of Development Millennium Development Goals Human Development Index Social & Economical Aspects UN Development Program
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