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Category Archives: School Polity

Federalism refers to a system of government, in which powers have been divided between the center and its constituent parts as the states and the… Read More
All plants and animals need water to survive. Without water, there will be no life on our planet. In a Human body, 60% of its… Read More
In terms of supporting individual dignity and freedom, democracy far outperforms any other form of government. Individuals frequently clash because some believe they are not… Read More
 We all need to live joyfully, without fear, without being exposed to biased treatment. That means we need some basic rights. For this, we anticipate… Read More
The idea of a constituent assembly was proposed for the first time by M.N. Roy in 1934 but the actual assembly was formulated in 1946… Read More
The gender divide is commonly perceived as natural and irreversible. Rather than biology, it is founded on social expectations and preconceptions. The effect of this… Read More
The Indian Constitution is a single document that is written and codified, and enacted by a single body. The Indian Constitution came to be adopted… Read More
Federalism is a blended or compound method of government that consolidates an overall government (the focal or “bureaucratic” government) with local legislatures (commonplace, state, cantonal,… Read More
With the accommodation of social diversity, citizens lead a peaceful and harmonious life in a democracy. This phenomenon takes place when there is an accommodation… Read More
A pressure group refers to a group of people; who are organized activities for promoting and defending their common interests. It is called so for… Read More
Monetary progression could affect a vote-based framework in various ways. By fixing the agitation limit, making rising dissimilarity or simply growing the level of pay… Read More
In India, the recognized understanding is that the speed of financial improvement was low and stable for a critical period. A break was achieved through… Read More
Articles 12-35 of the Indian Constitution deal with Fundamental Rights. These Rights, as stated by the Constitution are inviolable. Fundamental Rights are basic human rights… Read More
The constitution is a composition of rules, regulations, and standards as per which a nation is administered. It determines how the Government would be chosen… Read More
An election is a system in which voters elect their representatives on a regular basis and can replace them at any time. Elections are a… Read More