Bharat Ki Rajvyavastha M. Laxmikanth

ISBN: 9780070678880



632 pages


Bharat Ki Rajvyavastha  by  M. Laxmikanth

Bharat Ki Rajvyavastha by M. Laxmikanth
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The third edition of Indian Polity for Civil Services Examinations, published by Tata McGraw Hill gives the reader a comprehensive insight into the Indian political system. The book covers all aspects that a civil services aspirant would require. TheMoreThe third edition of Indian Polity for Civil Services Examinations, published by Tata McGraw Hill gives the reader a comprehensive insight into the Indian political system.

The book covers all aspects that a civil services aspirant would require. The book is divided into three parts. Part I of the book basically deals with Indias constitutional framework. It focuses on the history with regard to the making of the Constitution, its features, the fundamental rights and duties as well as amendments made to the constitution.Part II of the book takes an in depth look into the system of government in the country.

The chapters in this section highlight the parliamentary and federal system in the country, centre-state relations and the emergency provisions. The special status of Jammu and Kashmir and special provisions made to some other states are also detailed here.Part III, IV and V charts out in detail the various decision making bodies in the three levels of government – Central, State and Local. The remaining sections of the book focus attention on the Union Territories and various constitutional bodies like the Election Commission and the Union Public Service Commission.The updated version of the book includes ten new chapters and four new appendices.

Keeping in view the interest of students appearing for the Civil Services examination, the new edition has updated the UPSC preliminary as well as main question papers. The list of tables has also been revised to include the latest figures and the format is extremely readable.Key featuresLucid explanation of various provisions and aspects of the Constitution of IndiaSeparate sections on non-constitutional bodies in IndiaComparisons between constitutional and non-constitutional bodies in IndiaAbout the AuthorM Laxmikanth is a seasoned hand at coaching civil servant aspirants.

He did his post graduation in political science from Osmania University in 1989. Later, he set up a coaching academy, Laxmikanths IAS, which proved to be extremely successful. His experience and expertise in the field of coaching IAS aspirants helped him write the book in a lucid and comprehensive manner.Table of ContentsPART I: CONSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK1. Historical Background2. Making of the Constitution3. Salient Features of the Constitution4. Preamble of the Constitution5. Union and its Territory6.

Citizenship7. Fundamental Rights8. Directive Principles of State Policy9. Fundamental Duties10. Amendment of the ConstitutionPART II: SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT11. Parliamentary System12. Federal System13. Centre-State Relations14. Inter-State Relations15. Emergency Provisions16. Special Status of Jammu & Kashmir17. Special Provisions for Some StatesPART III: CENTRAL GOVERNMENT18. President19. Vice-president20. Prime Minister21. Constitutional Provisions22. Parliament23. Supreme CourtPART IV: STATE GOVERNMENT24.

Governor25. Chief Minister26. State Council of Ministers27. State Legislature28. High Court29. Subordinate CourtsPART V: LOCAL GOVERNMENT30. Panchayati Raj31. Urban Local GovernmentsPART VI: UNION TERRIRORIES AND SPECIAL AREAS32. Union Territories33.

Scheduled and Tribal AreasPART VII: CONSTITUTIONAL BODIES34. Election Commission35. Union Public Service Commission36. State Public Service Commission37. Finance Commission38. National Commission for SCs39. National Commission for STs40.

Special Officer for Linguistic Minorities41. Comptroller and Auditor General of India42. Attorney General and Solicitor General of India43. Advocate General of the StatePART VIII: NON-CONSTITUTIONAL BODIES44. Planning Commission45. National Development Council46. National Human Rights Commission47. State Human Rights Commission48. Central Vigilance Commission49. Central Information Commission50. State Information Commission51. Lokpal and LokayuktasPART IX: OTHER CONSTITUTIONAL DIMENSIONS52.

Official Language53. Public Services54. Tribunals55. Special Provisions for SCs, STs, BCs, Minorities and Anglo-Indiand56. Rights and Liabilities of the Government57. Authoritative Text in Hindi Language58. Anti-Defection LawPART X: POLITICAL DYNAMICS59. Political Parties60. Elections61. Pressure Groups62. National Integration63. Foreign PolicyPART XI: WORKING OF THE CONSTITUTION64. National Commission to Review the Working of the ConstitutionAPPENDIX I: Articles of the ConstitutionAPPENXIX II: Subjects of Union, State and Concurrent ListsAPPENDIX III: Table of PrecedenceAPPENDIX IV: Oath by the Constitutional and other AuthoritiesAPPENDIX V: Definitions under the ConstitutionAPPENDIX VI: Constitutional Amendments at a GlanceAPPENDIX VII: Ministries/ Departments of the Central Government

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