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Schemes

Government policies and interventions for development in various sectors and issues arising out of their design and implementation. Ever since independence, development of the country and the community has always been the top priority of the government. The Constitution of India mandated the Govt to establish an egalitarian social order by securing to the people…

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NGOs

Development Processes NGOs A non-governmental organization (NGO) is any non-profit, voluntary citizens’ group which is organized on a local, national or international level. Task-oriented and driven by people with a common interest, NGOs perform a variety of service and humanitarian functions, bring citizen concerns to Governments, advocate and monitor policies and encourage political particpation through…

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Quasi Judicial Bodies and Regulations

Quasi – Judicial Bodies in India A Quasi judicial body can be formed on a matter pending in court,by order of the court if the court deems it necessary, the court solely reserves the right to appoint the members of such a body,and the Quasi judicial body thus formed will be like an arbitrator or…

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REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE ACT

THE REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE ACT, 1951 The Representation of People Act, 1951 is an act of Parliament of India to provide for the conduct of elections of the Houses of Parliament and to the House or Houses of the Legislature of each State, the qualifications and disqualifications for membership of those Houses, the corrupt…

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Pressure Groups

Pressure Group A pressure group can be described as an organised group that does not put up candidates for election, but seeks to influence government policy or legislation. They can also be described as ‘interest groups’, ‘lobby groups’ or ‘protest groups’. Some people avoid using the term ‘pressure group’ as it can inadvertently be interpreted…

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COMPARISON OF INDIAN CONSTITUTION

COMPARISON OF INDIAN CONSTITUTION Constitution A standard operational definition of written constitutions is the one developed by the principal investigators of the Comparative Constitutions Project (CCP), which involves a set of three conditions to assess a law’s status as a “Constitution”:  The document is identified explicitly as the Constitution, Fundamental Law, or Basic Law of a country…

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SEPARATION OF POWERS

SEPARATION OF POWERS BETWEEN VARIOUS ORGANS and DISPUTE REDRESSAL MECHANISMS AND INSTITUTIONS AND INSTITUTIONS The three organs of the government which we know as the executive, the judiciary and legislature represent the people and their will in our country and are responsible for the smooth running of a democratic government in our society.  The legislature…

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