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Category Archives: Political Science

The Britishers before leaving our country made a very strong foundation for themselves. But as we moved towards our independence, there were many milestones made… Read More
The Part XXI of the Indian Constitution consists of Articles on ‘Temporary, Transitional and Special Provisions. Apart from Article 370, Articles 371, 371A, 371B, 371C,… Read More
Elections are a predominant aspect of Democracy. India, as the world’s largest democracy values elections and electoral reforms, to uphold the integrity and authenticity of… Read More
The Constituent Assembly of India was a body assembled with the sole purpose of drafting and formulating the Constitution of India. The body was a… Read More
The Urban local bodies are responsible for administering the governance of the urban areas through elected representatives. The territory of the urban bodies is demarcated… Read More
Rights in a democracy are its heart and soul. Without Rights, democracy can neither exist nor survive. Various democracies across the world have included the… Read More
Poverty is described as the inability to satisfy fundamental demands due to a lack of appropriate financial resources. Food, clothing, and shelter are all basic… Read More
The Constitution of India has designated three funds to manage the accounts of the government of India. It provides for a manner in which the… Read More
Caste is a social category set out in a hierarchical order; it has derived its legitimacy from classical Hindu scriptures. Caste originated initially as ‘varna’,… Read More
Article 178 and 179 of the Indian constitution defines the Speaker, who presides over the highest legislative body called the Lok Sabha. It is the… Read More
Over the period of time, problems of a nation (based on Social, Economic, and Political conditions) take various forms and dimensions. The conditions which existed… Read More
Cultural education is a reflection of the cultures and heritage of any society in the world. Every citizen and child is taught to learn their… Read More
After too much debate and discussion, on 26th November 1949, the Indian Constitution was finally adopted by the constituent assembly after independence. Every year in… Read More
NGOs are non-governmental organizations, the term NGO brings under their umbrella all such organizations which are non-governmental, quasi or semi-governmental, voluntary or non-voluntary in nature.… Read More
The Directive Principles is the ideology of the Irish Constitution and Articles 36-51 of the Indian Constitution (Under Part-IV) contain the Directive Principles of State Policy. These… Read More

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