rti act 2005

Right to Information Act 2005 (सूचना का अधिकार अधिनियम)

Right to Information Act 2005 mandates timely response to citizen requests for government information. It empowers the citizens for quick search of information on the details of first Appellate Authorities,…

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CGPSC Pre Test Series 2020 test-3

(CGPSC Pre 2020 Test Series) Test-3: Constitution and Polity, Panchayati Raj

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govt types

Government Types: Parliamentary- Presidential, Unitary- Federal and Theory of Separation of Powers (शासन के प्रकार:संसदीय-अध्यक्षात्मक एवं एकात्म-संघात्मक और शक्ति पृथकरण का सिद्धांत)

Government Types: Parliamentary Vs Presidential Features Parliamentary Govt Presidential Govt 1. Dual executive (Prime Minister is the defacto and President is the dejure Executives) 1. Single executive 2. Majority party…

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control over administration

Control on Administration in India: Parliamentary, Executive and Judicial (भारत मे प्रशासन पर नियंत्रण:संसदीय, कार्यपालिक एवं न्यायिक)

Administration is run by the bureaucracy- the officers appointed in different departments. They follow the rules and procedures framed by the Legislature and the Executive. They can’t work and act…

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financial relations

Relation between Center and States: Financial

The Constitution of India, being federal in structure, in Part XI divides powers- legislative, administrative, financial- between the Center and the States.The Center- State relations can be divided under three…

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administrative relations

Relation between Center and States: Executive (Administrative)

The Constitution of India, being federal in structure, in Part XI divides powers- legislative, administrative, financial- between the Center and the States.The Center- State relations can be divided under three…

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Relation between Center and States Legislative

Relation between Center and States: Legislative

The Constitution of India, being federal in structure, in Part XI divides powers- legislative, administrative, financial- between the Center and the States.The Centre- State relations can be divided under three…

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Constitutional Development

Constitutional Development of India (1773-1950)

Background 1765 East India Company obtained ‘Diwani’ (revenue and civil rights) and company rule started in India. There were many steps taken to administer and regulate company affairs in India…

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What Makes A ‘Free and Fair’ Election? (EPW Article)

The run-up to the 2019 general elections the ECI faces accusations of inadequate responses to MCC violations and former bureaucrats have written to the President accusing the ECI of a…

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Protection of Human Rights Act 1993

It’s an Act to provide for the constitution of a National Human Rights Commission and State Human Rights Commission in States and Human Rights Courts for better protection of Human…

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