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Make an assessment on the rural bureaucracy and its role in Panchayati Raj Institutions at the grass-root level in India.

Bureaucracy - Meaning and Nature of Bureaucracy: Administrative services are necessary for every administration as it brings maturity, stability, boldness, growth, and certainty in administration. Modern administrative service in the context of developed and developing states by these technically trained permanent officers
Is built, who spends his entire time and life in administration - due to which the administrative services are indifferent to politics, fair, active,
It is considered to be full of awareness and responsibility for public welfare.

He is selected on the basis of merit and technical knowledge. Being a highly technical specialty, its effect is on executive, legislative,
Socioeconomic and political management suffers substantially. These administrative services are called Bureaucracy or Bureaucracy.
The bureaucracy has become an indispensable machinery for implementing the policies of today's welfare administration, without which, the administration is not possible. Its role is not limited only to the central, state level, but it also performs its role well up to the rural level, especially in Panchayati Raj institutions. Three-tier Panchayati Raj Institutions have been established in India by the 73rd Constitutional Amendment 1992, in which there are public representatives elected by the people on one side and the administrative system on the other.
Happens, which we know as bureaucracy. Under this, the post of employees working in government positions from the district level to gram panchayat level is organized, which plays an important role in the functioning of Panchayati Raj institutions.

The District Collector of the top-level Zilla Parishad of Panchayati Raj Institutions is known as the District Development Officer, the District Collector directs, supervises, and controls the functions of all Panchayats and Panchayat Samitis. In his consultation, all public welfare work is done and not only all the plans are decided, but they are also implemented. Similarly, at the second level, administrative officers are appointed in different states with different designations like Madhya Pradesh. In the Chief Executive Officer and
At the village panchayat level, the panchayat secretaries are administrative personnel. Through these Panchayati Raj institutions on administrative officers and employees
Responsibility for successful implementation of all development works and public welfare programs, policies, schemes.

Thus it can be said that the rural bureaucracy has played an important role in the success of Panchayati Raj institutions in India, although
Allegations like delay in work, corruption have also been leveled against it, in spite of editing the development works done through Panchayati Raj Institutions.
And the rural bureaucracy has played an important role in the implementation of public interest schemes.
India is moving from a developing country to join the category of developed countries and this journey is through development works to strengthen its strong economy, infrastructure, and industrial development.
Progress can be decided only by moving fast in such areas, but there is also a negative aspect of these development works, the most important of which is displacement i.e. in a way, displacement can be said to be the result of development, because of large dams. Large development schemes like construction or setting up of large industrial units give rise to the problem of displacement.


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