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Establishment of local bodies (in Hindi)
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Local administration

Aartee Mishra is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Aartee Mishra
Delhi University Topper Post Graduation in History YouTube & Telegram Channel - Rank secure. Successfully Taught 40 GS Batches/ Motivator

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Informative and useful..!!! Looking forward to see upcoming videos.
Thanks mam for the wonderful course and excellent explanation
Hello mam ! Can i follow your videos for preparation of ssc cgl?
is it possible to upload this series in parts may be 3 to 4 on you tube like many other educator have done it earlier for the course of ancient history , modern history ( Abhishek sir). It will be a great help in revision purpose after downloading videos from there. simultaneously this awesome course will reach to more number of people .
Aartee Mishra
2 years ago
Please raise this on our Facebook page of unacademy. on mention this demand in the comment section of YouTube. Unacademy team will publish it on YouTube
Aartee Mishra
2 years ago
Please raise this on our Facebook page of unacademy. on mention this demand in the comment section of YouTube. Unacademy team will publish it on YouTube
is spectrum sufficient for modern history in upsc
Aartee Mishra
2 years ago
nice explaining thanks mamm
  1. Daily Lecture Series Spectrum's A brief history of unacadeny Modern India By Aartee Mishra Administrative Changes after 1857 Part C Hindi

  2. ADMINISTRATION: CENTRAL: LOCAL Bodies There were many factors which made it necessary for the British Government in India to work towards establishing local bodies Firstly, financial difficulties faced by the Government due to over centralisation made de-centralisation imperative Secondly, it became necessary that modern advances in civic amenities in Europe be transplanted in India, considering India's increasing economic contacts with Europe Thirdly, the rising tide of nationalism had improvement in basic facilities as a point on its agenda Fourthly, a section of British policy makers saw association of Indians with the administration in some form or the, other, without undermining the British supremacy in India, as an instrument to check the increasing politicisation of Indians Fifthly, the utilization of, local taxes for local welfare could be used to counter any public criticism of British reluctance to draw upon an already overburdened treasury or to tax the rich upper classes

  3. Mayo's Resolution of 1870 Financial decentralisation was a legislative devolution inaugurated by the Indian Councils Act of 1861. part from the annual grant from imperial Government, the provincial governments were authorised to resort to local taxation to balance their budgets This was done in context of transfer of certain departments of administration, such as medical services, education and roads, to the control of provincial governments This was the beginning of local finance. Mayo's Resolution emphasised, "Local interest, supervision and care are necessary for success in the management of the funds devoted to education, sanitation, medical relief and local public works." The various provincial governments such as in Bengal, Madras, North Western Province, Punjab, passed municipal acts to implement the policy outlined

  4. Ripon's Resolution of 1882- existing local bodies had various drawbacks The elected members were in a minority in all district boards and in many of the municipalities The franchise was very limited District boards continued to be headed by district officials, though non- officials gradually came to head the municipalities The Government retained strict control, and it could suspend or supersede these bodies at will. The bureaucracy, in fact, did not share the liberal views of the viceroy and thought that the Indians were unfit for self government The closing decades of the 19th century were a period of imperialism, and the high priest of that creed, Lord Curzon, actually took steps to increase official control over local bodies

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