Title: You Want to Forget him; Come I have Something to Tell You “Hey I wanted to tell you that I’ve found the girl of my dreams and we are enjoying unforgettable, happy moments together”, this is what Leila’s boyfriend told her just a few months ago. Leila is my friend and that guy was her […]
Meaning and Features of Presidential form of Government are described below:
Merits and Demerits of Presidential Form of Government are as follows:
The main concern of Political Science is the State, the greatest of all human associations. The word has often been erroneously employed as a synonym for “nation”, “country”, “society” and “the government.”
Differences between State and Government are described below:
Essential Conditions Necessary for the Success of a Federation are as follows:
Organisation of Panchayati Raj in India came as a revolutionary step in the direction of democratic decentralisation and rural development. The launching of Community Development Programme on 2nd October, 1952 set the stage for the organisation of Panchayati Raj.
The Gram Sabha constitutes the lowest tier of the Panchayati Raj. Each village with a population of 200 or more has a Gram Sabha. For a cluster of very small villages a common Gram Sabha can be created.
In Orissa, the grass-root level institution of Panchayat Raj is known as Grama Sasan. For each Grama (A village or a group of villages with a minimum population of 2000 and a maximum of 10,000) and as notified by the Government Gazette, there is a system of Gram Sasan.
Gram Panchayat, is the executive organ of the Gram Sasan/Sabha. It is the most important unit of rural local government.
All money received by a Zila Parishad constitutes a fund called the Zila Parishad Fund. Also all money received by the Zila Parishad is kept in a Government Treasury or Sub-Treasury or in the bank to which the Government Treasury business has been made over, unless the government in any case otherwise permits. All orders […]
The number of members of each Municipal Corporation is determined, on the basis of the population of the city concerned, by the laws passed by the State Legislature.
Some of the most important functions played by political parties in every democratic political system are as follows:
Policies used for Implementing the Directive Principles in India are as follows:
Many critics have been very vocal in criticising the existence of unenforceable pious declarations (Directive Principles) in the Constitution of India. K.T. Shah compares DPSP to a cheque payable by the bank at its convenience.
Some of the most important significance of directive principles are as follows: