BPA Seventh Semester Syllabus | Course of Content
BPA 701- E-Governance
Objective: The objective of this course is to familiarize students on e-governance that how the public service are exchange between public institution and citizen.
- Introduction: E-governance, meaning and significance, E-Government: meaning, Difference between e-governance and e-government. Role of e-governance in Public Administration
- Applications of ICT in Governance: Concept and components of ICT. Role of ICT in governance. E-service application in Nepal
- Models of e-governance: Citizen and government interface. Business community and government interface. Local government and central government interface. Citizen and business community interface
- Policy of e-governance: Information policy, Right to information act. Good governance act. Cyber laws etc
- Challenges of e-governance in Nepal
BPA 702 – Recent Trends in Public Management
Objective: This course intends to know students about new issues in public affairs management at present.
- Reforms in Public Sector: Background of Public Sector activities, Failure of Traditional Public Sector, Principal Agent Theory, Public Choice Theory, Institutional Theory
- Public Sector: Management by Objective, Management by Result, Corruptions in Public Sector, Problems and challenge in Public Sector, Solution of Problems and challenge in Public Sector
- Public Sector Management: Office Management, Complain Management, Public hearing, Mobile Service, Citizen Charter
- New Public Management: Need of New Public Management, Concept of New Public Management, Characteristics of New Public Management, Strength and weakness of New Public Management, Application of New Public Management
- Marketing of Public Sector: Liberalization, Globalization and Privatization, Public Privatization partnership, Effective Service Delivery, Total Quality management, Constraints of Marketing Public Services
BPA 703 – Security Management
Objective: The objective of this course is to impart the knowledge of security and its management. Students will be able to understand the dynamics of security management.
- Introduction: Security Management, Concept and nature,
- Issues in Security Management: Security threats: Insurgency, terrorism, Demonstration, Theft, Burglary, cyber crime, human trafficking
- Institutional Arrangement for Security Management: Institutional arrangements for security management and their functions: national security council, implementing agencies such as Home ministry, Defence ministry, Nepal Army, Nepal Police, Nepal Armed Police Force, National Investigation Bureau, and Private Security agencies)
- Security and Development: Concept and its importance, community policing
- Contemporary Issues in Security Management: Security Policy strategies and contemporary issues in Nepal
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