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    Sahitya Bhawan | Pratiyogita Sahitya Indian Polity book in english medium by Fadia for IAS UPSC civil services and MA Political Science


    Edition 2021
    Subject Indian Polity
    Author Prof. B. L. Fadia , Dr. Kuldeep Fadia
    Binding Paperback
    Pages 568
    Language English
    Country India
    Series Title  IAS/PCS Exams
    Isbn13 9789353391850

    Product Features                                           

    Sahitya Bhawan | Pratiyotia Sahitya Indian Polity book incorporates all the amendments up to and including the Constitution 101st Amendment Act, 2016. Includes over 430 Multiple Choice Questions on Indian Polity for General Studies. Also includes UPSC Prelim Questions on Indian Polity. Covers all dimensions (Constitutional, non-constitutional, political and administrative) of the subject. Fully covers the Indian Polity section of the General Studies and also useful for optional subjects like Political Science, Law and Public Administration. The Constitutional provisions are critically examined in the light of the latest judgments of the Supreme Court and High Courts.


    I. Historical setting and framework of the constitution
    1. Constitutional development of india
    The company rule
    The crown rule
    2. The constituent assembly of india : Making of the consti-tution
    3. Salient features of the indian constitution
    4. The preamble : Philosophy of the constitution
    5. The union and its territory : Evolution of states in india
    6. Citizenship
    7. The fundamental rights
    6. The directive principles of state policy
    9. Fundamental rights and directive principles : Relationship
    10. Fundamental duties
    11. Amendment of the constitution
    12. The indian constitution : Doctrine of basic structure
    13. The ideology of the constitution
    14. Right to property : From fundamental to legal right
    15. Secularism : The soul of the constitution
    II. Nature of governmental system
    16. Parliamentary democracy in india
    17. The indian federal system : Nature
    18. Centre-state relations : An overview
    19. Centre-state relations : Areas of conflict and recommendations of the sarkaria commission
    20. Over-centralisation : A plea for state autonomy
    21. Politics of president’s rule in the states
    22. Special status of jammu & kashmir : Article 370 of the constitution
    III. Union governmental
    23. The indian parliament
    24. Working of parliament
    25. Office of the president : Powers and position
    26. Office of the vice-president
    27. The indian prime minister : Office and powers
    28. The union council of ministers
    29. The prime minister’s office
    30. Cabinet secretariat
    31. Cabinet committees
    32. The supreme court of india : Orga-nisation and powers
    IV. State government
    23. The office of the governor : Po-wers and position
    34. The chief minister and the council of ministers
    35. The chief secretary
    36. The state legislature
    37. The state high courts
    V. Local government
    38. Panchayati raj system in india
    46. The comptroller and auditor general of india
    47. Attorney general and solicitor general of india
    48. Advocate general of the state
    VII. Non-constitutional bodies
    49. National commission for transforming india (niti aayog)
    50. National human rights commission
    51. Central vigilance commission & central bureau of investigation
    52. Central information commission (cic)
    53. Lokpal and lokayuktas
    VIII. Relevant dimensions of the Constitution
    54. Official language
    55. Cpublic services in india
    56. All india services
    57. Administrative tribunals
    58. Special provisions relating to certain classes
    IX. Dynamics of politics
    59. Cthe party system in india
    60. Pressure groups in indian politics
    61. National integration
    62. Coalition politics in india
    63. Electoral reforms in india
    64. The case for presidental system
    65. Reviewing the indian constitution
    66. 16th Analysis of results

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