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Question number: 710

» Organisation » Unity of Command

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Appeared in Year: 2013

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‘The real fault that must be found with the principle of the unity of command is that it is incompatible with the principle of specialization. ’ This view was expressed by (Pepar-2)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Henry Fayol

b.

Peter Drucker

c.

Herbert Simon

d.

Max Weber

Question number: 711

» Administrative Thinkers » Woodrow Wilson » For SET

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Which one of the following is not correct about Woodrow Wilson? (Paper-3)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

He was a professor of Political Science.

b.

He was the Chairman of the American Society for Public Administration.

c.

He was the President of USA.

d.

He was the first comparativist in Public Administration.

Question number: 712

» Research Methodology » Sampling » Various Sampling Procedures

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Which of the following is not a feature of a good sample? (Paper-3)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Sample should be measurable by known probability sampling design technique.

b.

Sample should be reliable.

c.

Sample should be big in size.

d.

Sample should be representative of the universe.

Question number: 713

» Development Administration » Objectives, Features, Defitions, Significance and Participants » New 2019

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“The Development Administration is primarily concerned with the tasks and process of formulating and implementing the four P’s. ” This statement was made by (Paper-3)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Luther Gullick

b.

Weidner

c.

F. W. Riggs

d.

Donald C. Stones

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