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INDIAN ADMINISTRATION AND CONSTITUTION
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N. N. LALLA, M.A., B.T.
( History Department )
BOOK I (1757-1858) AND BOOK II (1858-1920)
DEALING WITH THE
HISTORY OF INDIAN ADMINISTRATION AND CONSTI-
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( List Continued from p. iv of Book I)
Abbreviations, (19) Ilbert & Meston's New Constitution of India. 1. M. (20) E, A. Horne's Political System of British India.
Ho. (21) D, N. Banerjee's Indian Constitution and Its Actual Working.
B. (22) Sir Frederick Whyte's India a Federation? F.W.
(British Official Publications) (23) Report of the Royal Commission on Decentralization.
D. C. R. (24) Joint Report on Constitutional Reforms. M. C. R. (25) The Division of Functions and Franchise Committee Reports.
F.O.R. (26) Government of India Act (incorporating the . Act of 1919.)
Act (27) Rules made under the Government of India Act, 1919 ( Electoral, Devolation &c.)
Rules (28) Reforms Enquiry Committee's Report (Majority and Minority )
I Principles of Parliamentary Legislation-A. During the
Company's Rule-B. In the days of Capning and Mayo.
(1) Indian Councils Act of 1861-What led to it? Its
Provisions and Importance (2) The Indian High Courts
Act of 1861-Its provisions and Importance.
II Development of Indian Constitution - The Indian Coun-
cils Act of 1892. What led to it? Its Provisions and
III The Minto-Morley Reforms-What led to them? Their
objects and peculiarities. Provisions of the Act 1909.
IV Financial Settlements for Provinces. Before 1871-Lord
Mayo's Scheme. Lord Lytton's System. Lord Ripon's
V History of Local Self-Government. Before the British •
Rule. A. Urban. B, Rural. C. Village Organisations.
VI Genesis and Principles of the Reforms of 1919. A. Neces-
sity of a new policy-Unceasing process of consitutional
progress-Estimate of the Minto Morley Councils-
Failure of Bureaucratie Government-Liberal policy of
Bureateracy of no avail-The Graat war-Reforms Schemes
Ghokhale's Scheme, The Duke Memorandam. Memorad-
laration of New Policy. Principles and conditions under-
lying Montague's Announcement. Its Importance. C.
Fulfilment of New Policy-The Joiot Address, the Joint
Report. Changes contemplated in the Report. The
PART II GROWTH OF INSTITUTIONS.
I The Executive-Home Government (1) Parliament;
(2) Tne Crown; (3) The Secretary of State; (4) The
II The Central Executive-A. The Governor-General. B.
Viceregal Council. C. The powers of the Governor-
General. D. The Powers of the Governor-General in
Council, E. Changes after 1919. F. Relations between
III The Provincial Executive-Introductory-A. Historical
Development upto 1919. B. Natare of Provincial Govern-
ment upto 1919. C. Character of the boads between
the Central and Provincinl Governments before 1919. D.
Provincial Automony after 1919. E. Legislative De-
volution after 1919. F. Financial Autonomy after 1919.
G. Relation between Central and Provincial Govern-
ments after 1919 H. Provincial Executive after 1919.
I. Governor's Responsibility after 1919. J. Governor's
Powers and Functions in relation to Executive and Legis-
lature after 1919. K. Governor's Powers with regard to
Administration, Legislation and Finance after 1919,
L. Worklog of the Provincial Executive after the
IV The Central Legislatur e-A. Its Brief History. B. Its
General Charactaristice. C. Functions and Privileges.