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    • Characteristics/Principles/ Functions of Good Management S.G.Isave, Lecturer, Tilak College of Education, Pune-30
    • Practicability.
      • Strengths and weakness.
      • Foresight.
      • Possibilities.
      • Cost.
    • Proper division of work.
      • As per Interest.
      • Capabilities.
      • Taking in to the confidence.
      • Follow up.
      • Documentation.
    • Flexibility.
      • Believe in the staff.
      • Accept the changes.
      • Be ready for plan-2.
    • Conformity to the social and national Philosophy
      • Secular.
      • Non-political.
      • Tolerance.
      • Social responsibility.
    • Uniformity in Rules
      • Documentation.
      • Follow the rules of Apex bodies.
      • Aware to everyone about the rules and regulation.
    • Objectivity/ Impartiality
      • Nationality.
      • Gender.
      • Race.
      • Religion.
      • Region.
      • Caste.
      • Sub-caste.
    • Confirmation of Stability
      • Transparent rules.
      • Probation-confirmation.
      • Permanency – Promotion.
    • Continuous Evaluation
      • Confidential report.
      • Collecting feedback from concern elements.
      • Assessment after assignment.
      • Proper tools development.
    • Rapport amongst all members
      • One to one
      • One to all.
      • From top to down.
      • Pure professional relation.
    • Rotation of Responsibility
      • Alternative changes in departments, units, assistance.
      • Pre-planned, pre-determined way.
    • Discipline.
      • Self disciplined.
      • Forced discipline.
      • Appreciation and punishment.
      • Documentation.
      • Humanity based.
    • Hierarchy
      • Accept and follow the orders.
      • Negation in proper way with logic.