Category Archives: INDIAN POLITY

MAJOR POLITICAL THEORIES, PREAMBLE, AND , THE SALIENT FEATURES OF THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA , FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS , DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY AND FUNDAMENTAL DUTIES, INDIAN FEDERAL SYSTEM, EMERGENCY PROVISIONS , UNION EXECUTIVE

CONTENTS   1.      MAJOR POLITICAL THEORIES 2.      PREAMBLE AND  THE SALIENT FEATURES OF THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA 3.      FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS 4.      DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY AND FUNDAMENTAL DUTIES 5.      INDIAN FEDERAL SYSTEM 6.      EMERGENCY PROVISIONS 7.      UNION EXECUTIVE   … Continue reading

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SALIENT FEATURES OF THE REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE ACT, 1950   The Representation of the People Act specifies the provisions for the allocation of seats in, and the delimitation of constituencies for the purpose of election to, the House of … Continue reading

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CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS

The Major tribes Abors-Arunachal Pradesh, Assa, Adi, Apatami-Arunachal Pradesh; Angami, Ao-Nagaland; Badagas-Tamil Nadu; Baiga-MP, Rajasthan, Gujarat; Bhils-MP, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Bhotias-UP (Garhwal and Kumaon); Bhutias-Sikkim; Birhor-Bihar; Bodos-Assam; Chenchus-AP, Orissa; Chutia-Assam; Dangs-Gujarat; Gaddis-HP; Garos-Meghalaya; Gonds-MP, Bihar, Orissa, AP; Great Andamanese-Andaman Is.; Irulas-Tamil … Continue reading

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STANDING COMMITTEE REPORT ON IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MGNREGA   The Standing Committee on Rural Development Chaired by  Sumitra Mahajan submitted its report on the  implementation of the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural  Employment Guarantee Act, 2005.   The MGNREGA was enacted … Continue reading

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I. Basics of Indian Constitution

I. Basics of Indian Constitution 1. Introduction: The Constitution of India is the supreme law of India. It lays down the framework defining fundamental political principles, establishes the structure, procedures, powers, and duties of government institutions, and sets out fundamental … Continue reading

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POLITICAL ECONOMY OF DEVELOPMENT

POLITICAL ECONOMY OF DEVELOPMENT   Structure 6.1 Introduction 6.2 The Global Divide 6.3 Poverty of Income Comparisons 6.4 Global Social Reality: Essentials of Maldevelopment 6.5 Agenda of the Political Economy of Development 6.6 Some Important Aspects of the Political Economy: … Continue reading

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BILLS AMENDMENTS

The Constitution (One Hundred and Eleventh Amendment) Bill, 2009) co-operative societies. Features        I.            The Constitution (One Hundred and Eleventh Amendment) Bill, 2009  adds a new Directive Principles of State Policy stating that the “State shall endeavour to promote voluntary … Continue reading

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73rd Amendment Act of 1992

 73rd Amendment Act of 1992 This Act correspondences to Part IX of constitution of India.   It is entitled as ‘The Panchayats’ and consists provisions of Article’s~ 243 to 243 − Q.   The Act has also added the Eleventh Schedule to … Continue reading

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INDIA ’S FOREIGN POLICY

INDIA ’S FOREIGN POLICY Every sovereign country has its foreign policy . India too has one. Foreign policy refers to the sum total of principles, interests and objectives which a country promotes while interacting with other countries. Even though there … Continue reading

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BILLS OF PARLIAMENT

BILLS OF   PARLIAMENT  ORDINARY   BILL  A bill other than Money Bill & Financial Bill May originate in   either house of Parliament  When passed by both the houses and signed by   the President, it becomes a law. … Continue reading

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National Commission for Minorities

The Sachar Report on  Social, Economic and Educational Status of the Muslim Community of India. Recommendations of the Report pertain to (1) education (2) economy and employment opportunities (3) access to bank credit (4) access to physical and social infrastructure … Continue reading

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Water Disputes ,Comptroller and Auditor General of India, Right to Information

Topic: Comptroller and Auditor General of India Question : What do you understand by Public Audit (Give your answer in Indian context)? Ans. Public audit is a vital instrument of ensuring supremacy of Parliament over executive and enforcing public accountability. … Continue reading

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Delimitation, Anti-Defection Law, Lokpal, and Lok Ayukta,

Topic: Delimitation of Constituencies Question : What do you mean by Delimitation? Answer: Delimitation literally means the act or process of fixing limits or boundaries of territorial constituencies in a country or a province having a legislative body. The need for … Continue reading

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Administrative Machinery at the Centre, States and District Levels

Administrative Machinery at the Centre, States and District Levels.  India has adopted a federal form where there is a clear demarcation of subjects and powers between the government of the union and the state governments. It is a federation but … Continue reading

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SPECIAL PROVISIONS FOR NORTH- EAST. J & K. ETC.

SPECIAL PROVISIONS FOR NORTH-EAST, J & K. ETC. The Constitution of India provides for uniform rule over the whole country. ‘But certain regions of the country are governed by special provisions. These provisions ensure the protection of cultural identities, customs … Continue reading

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SUBORDINATE COURTS.

SUBORDINATE COURTS. Under the High Court, there is a hierarchy of courts which are referred to in the Indian constitution as subordinate courts. Since these courts have come into existence because of enactments by the state government, their nomenclature and … Continue reading

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JURISDICTION OF THE SUPREME COURT

JURISDICTION OF THE SUPREME COURT . Article 141 declares that the law laid down by the Supreme Court shall be binding on all courts within the territory of India. The different categories into which the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court … Continue reading

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JUDICIARY in India

JUDICIARY. In a political system based on constitutional government, the functions of rule making, rule enforcement and rule interpretation are separated into the three institutions of the legislature, the executive and the judiciary. A judiciary that is independent of and … Continue reading

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BUREAUCRACY IN INDIA

BUREAUCRACY IN INDIA Bureaucracy is the executive arm of the government. In traditional classical literature on organs of government, one studied the legislature, the executive and the judiciary with bureaucracy being subsumed under the executive (which comprises the political establishment … Continue reading

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PARLIAMENTARY SYSTEM IN INDIA

PARLIAMENTARY SYSTEM IN INDIA As India was preparing to become an independent democratic republic forsaking all relations with colonialism, there began, almost simultaneously the search for a model of polity upon which our institutional structures were to be based and … Continue reading

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