Administrative law in India seeks to regulate administrative actions by controlling delegated legislation and subjecting discretionary administrative actions to judicial review. It also provides for the constitution of courts and their composition. Administrative law in India is an important facet of Indian government. It ensures that, in accordance with the Indian Constitution, government officials do not violate the rights of their citizens.
The administrative law of the Indian government controls the administration of specific legislation. It is also intended to govern the decisions of managers when exercising their responsibilities related to administrative discretion. Administrative law, the legal framework in which public administration is developed. It stems from the need to create and develop a system of public administration under the law, a concept that can be compared to the much older notion of justice under the law.
Since administration involves the exercise of power by the executive arm of government, administrative law is of constitutional and political, as well as legal, importance. The organization of a national legislature, the structure of the courts, the characteristics of a cabinet and the role of the head of state are generally considered matters of constitutional law, while substantive and procedural provisions relating to central and local governments and judicial review of the administration are limited matters of administrative law. However, later opinions on droit administrative hindered the development of administrative law at a very early stage, when it needed support. There is no universally accepted definition of administrative law, but rationally it can be considered to encompass the organization, powers, duties and functions of public authorities of all kinds involved in administration; their relations with each other and with citizens and non-governmental bodies; control of public administration and the rights and obligations of civil servants.
Its purpose is to govern the administration of legislation and discretionary administrative decisions. One of the main objects of administrative law is to ensure efficient, economic and fair administration. Welfare programs have multiplied and become more complex, and there must be administrative laws governing the administration of these programs. A system of administrative law that prevents or thwarts administration would clearly be bad, and therefore, it would also be a system that would result in injustice to the individual.