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Category Archives: Political Science

Planning is a process which means it is the process of doing something, to fulfill all the Goals and Objectives of our lives. Planning is… Read More
The Attorney General of India is known as the highest law officer in the country as mentioned in Article 76 (under part-V) of the Constitution… Read More
As a Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) applicant, you must have a plan in place to prepare for the exam. UPSC exams are very challenging… Read More
The Constitution (103rd Amendment) Act 2019, aims to provide 10% reservation in government jobs and educational institutes for economically weaker section (EWS) of the society… Read More
National Commission for Scheduled Tribes is a constitutional body. It safeguards the interest of the Scheduled Tribes in India. The Commission is committed to the… Read More
Fundamental duties are enshrined in Part IVA of the Indian Constitution under Article 51(A). When the Constitution was drafted, fundamental duties were not part of… Read More
The UPSC exam is one of India’s most difficult exams to pass, but it’s not impossible if you use the combination of hard work, appropriate… Read More
Pradhan Mantri Kisan Maan-Dhan Yojana (PM-KMY) In September 2019, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Maan Dhan Yojana (PMKMY), a pension system… Read More
Every day, some legal reform or other occurs. Certain rights have been provided to us, along with responsibilities. Fundamental rights are granted to people in… Read More
Introduction: Pradhanmantri Ujjwala Yojana scheme was launched on 1st May 2016 from Ballia district in Uttar Pradesh by our Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Initially,… Read More
Introduction: The Act of 2003 amended the Constitution, and the government has made significant modifications to Article 270. It was created to allow Parliament to… Read More
Introduction: The government has to maintain law and order and peace in their country. Although the actual burden is on the government, citizens play an… Read More
NGOs are non-governmental organizations that function free from the control of the Government. They are non-profit bodies that work for the Welfare of the society.… Read More
Article 366 of the Indian Constitution defines ‘Scheduled Castes‘ as those castes, races, tribes, or parts of all groups within such caste, race, or tribes… Read More
In early 1980, Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer and Justice P.N. Bhagwati became the pioneers of PIL or Public Interest Litigation. The concept started in the… Read More

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