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Indian Polity Chapter wise Study Materials English

2. Salient Features of the Indian Constitution

Constitution is the Lengthiest of all the written constitutions of the World. Indian Constitution is neither rigid nor flexible but a synthesis of...

15. Local Government

Evolution of Urban Local Government In India: The Pre-Independence Period:  The roots of municipal administration in India can be traced to 1687, when a Municipal...

10. Amendment of the Constitution

 Changes made in the constitution:  Changes which is not deemed to Constitutional Amendment (Simple Majority) Changes which is deemed to be Constitutional Amendment (Special...

12. Union Executive – President

The president is the constitutional head of the Republic of India. He is more or less the titular head of the executive, real...

6. Fundamental Rights

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS (PART-III) (ARTICLE 12-35) :   No CATEGORY CONSISTS OF   1  Right to equality (Articles 14 – 18) a)             Equality before law and equal protection of laws (Article 14) b)             Prohibition...

7. Human Rights

Human Rights are the moral claims which are inalienable and inherent to all individuals by virtue of their being human alone. Throught the...

5. Citizenship

Citizens: The State has two elements. The territory (which is a material resource) and the human population living in the territory. These persons comprise...

14. State Executive – Governor

Powers And Functions Of Governor: Governor possesses Executive, Legislative, Financial and Judicial powers more or less analogous to the President of India. However, he...

4. Territory of the Union and Formation of States

  Indestructible Union of States:  India is called a Union of States. It was advisedly called Union (and not federation). The states have no right...

27. Lok Adalat

Lok Adalat (People’s Courts), established by the government settles dispute through conciliation and compromise. The First Lok Adalat was held in Chennai in...

16. The Judiciary

The judiciary performs very important functions and the most important is that of the administration of justice.Wherever a case comes before a judge,...

8. Directive Principles of State Policy

Part IV of the Indian constitution consists of Directive Principles of State Policy (Articles 36 to 51). They are fundamental in the governance...
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