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JCR. 2020; 7(19): 9499-9506


COLONIAL ADMINISTRATION IN THE MADRAS PRESIDENCY

Gautam Chandra.

Abstract
The colonial rule in India brought significant changes in the traditional administrative system. This change was quite evident in the field of revenue, police, judiciary, public services and others. In general, historiography has focussed on the changes in the field of society and economy with particular focus on land settlements and its impact. However, it was the administrative changes which led to the establishment of Company Raj in India. Viewed in this context, the present article discusses the organisational changes which were brought by the colonial rule in Madras Presidency.

Key words: Revenue, Police, Judiciary, Public works, Colonial, Madras.



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