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Category Archives: Political Science

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
Indian constitution is a written and rigid constitution in nature. It was adopted by the constituent assembly on 26th November 1949 and was enacted on… Read More
The e-Governance or electronic governance means utilization of ICT (Information and Communications Technology) to carry out the functions and achieve the results of the governance.… Read More
Education is a tool that empowers individuals in all aspects of their life. It widens his knowledge, skills, techniques, and his vision of the world.… Read More
Rights are claims of an individual over the society, over other human beings, and the Government. Fundamental Rights which are guaranteed in part III of… Read More
India is a parliamentary democracy and Committee on Public Accounts is the oldest Financial Parliamentary Committee. The remaining two are the Committee on Public Undertakings… Read More
India is the largest democracy and the Indian people are its ultimate source of power. All the countries need some kind of administrative machinery for… Read More
The Representation of People’s Act, 1951 contains 171 sections and 13 parts. The Act was framed by the Parliament for the effective election process. The… Read More
The Parliament, Executive, and the Judiciary are the three prime organs of the Indian Government. The Parliament heads the legislative branch of governance, it is… Read More
Besides the communities that fall under scheduled caste and scheduled tribes, there are some socially and educationally deprived groups referred to as the other backward… Read More
The Indian Constitution promotes gender equality. The Preamble, the Fundamental Rights, and Directive Principles of State Policy all endeavor towards the same goal. Article 15(3),… Read More
Emergency in the Indian Constitution can be defined as a sudden change of constitutional setup that can be announced by the President of India when… Read More

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