• Rgerg
    India, Elections in India Voting Procedure in India follows definite guidelines which must be adhered to in order to uphold the principle of universal adult franchise. The system of secret ballot is followed in the voting procedure. Increasingly today, the electronic votinh machines are used for...
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  • Election Reforms
    the modern democracies. It’s a weapon in the hands of the people to control the actions of the legislatures. In India, elections are held since the year 1950, we took some changes in the election procedure but still there is need of the reform in the election system to remove the evils in...
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  • Election commission of india
     The Election Commission of India  The Election Commission of India is an autonomous, constitutionally established federal authority responsible for administering all the electoral processes in the Republic of India. Under the supervision of the commission, free...
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  • The Representation of People Act
    Government to specify, after consulting the Election Commission of India, by rules, the time within which the name of persons referred to in sub-paragraph (a) above shall be registered in the electoral roll and the manner and procedure for registering of such persons in the electoral roll. 6. The present...
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  • Election Commission in India
    three being the Supreme Court, the public service commission and the comptroller and Auditor General of India. On the Election commission depends the integrity of election, which truly is the oxygen of democracy. Thus viewed, its independence d impartiality assume critical importance to the...
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  • ICSE tips
    Union Legislature The Union Parliament - definition of Parliament. A brief idea of the federal setup in India. (i) Lok Sabha - term, composition, qualification for member ship, disqualification of membership. Parliamentary procedures: a brief idea of sessions, quorum, question hour...
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  • Mr. Babu
    of constituencies. Single member and reserve constituencies. (c) Composition and functions of the Election Commission of India. The composition of the election commission and appointment of election commissioners: term of office; independence of the election commission. Powers and functions of the...
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  • Parliament
    | |2.1 Lok Sabha | |2.2 Rajya Sabha | |2.3 President of India | |3 Working, procedures and committes...
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  • Election commidion of India
    Election commission of India The Election Commission of India is an autonomous, constitutionally established federal authority responsible for administering all the electoral processes in the Republic of India. Under the supervision of the commission, free and fair elections have been held in...
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  • Contitution of India
    of status and opportunity CHAPTER - 4 PROCEDURE AND LIMITATIONS Amendment of the Constitution of India is the process of making changes to the nation's fundamental law. Changes to the Indian constitution are made by the federal parliament. They must be approved by a super-majority in each...
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  • Constitution of India
    prorogue either House of Parliament or to dissolve Lok Sabha. The Constitution of India came into force on January 26, 1950. The first general elections under the new Constitution were held during the year 1951-52 and the first elected Parliament came into being in April, 1952, the Second Lok Sabha...
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  • Important Articles of the Indian Constitution
    Power of the union. • Art.54- Election of President • Art.61- Procedure for Impeachment of the President. • Art.63- The Vice-president of India. • Art.64- The Vice-President to be ex-officio chairman the council of States. • Art.66-Election of Vice-president. • Art.72-Pradoning powers of...
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  • India Is the Biggest Democracy in the World
    India is the biggest democracy in the world Democracy as referring to a system involving multiparty elections, representative government, and freedom of speech. Heads:- 1. Introduction 2. Democracy in India 3. Advantages and disadvantages of democracy 4. Conclusion Introduction...
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  • Election Commission of India
    Election FAQ's: Election Machinery Q 1. Which authority conducts elections to the offices of the President and Vice-President of India? Ans. Election Commission of India (ECI) Under Article 324(1) of the Constitution of India the Election Commission of India, interalia, is vested with the...
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  • Election Procedure of President of India
    . Preference For Indirect Election The process of election of the President of India is original and no other Constitution contains a similar procedure. The question was considerably debated in the Constituent Assembly. It was argued by many members that the electoral college consisting of the elected...
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  • Indian Political System
    Constitution – Parliamentary Government, Legislative Procedure, Bicameralism • US Constitution – Fundamental Rights, Independent Judiciary • Irish Constitution – Method of election of President, DPSPs • South African Constitution – Procedure for Amendment of Constitution “AN INTELLIGENT ACT...
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  • 5 Ways to Reduce Corruption:
    about sixty percent of them would be criminal in nature. If these criminal politicians command us and make laws, what types of law would be formed, we can guess! Thus during election, we should keep in mind the person for whom we shall not vote. In India there is a provision that no person as a criminal shall be allowed as a Member of Parliament or member of legislative. Unfortunately a fairly large number of them are a part of it....
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  • Book
    India, state government or local authority (4) must possess qualifications required for membership of the Lok Sabha ELECTION The President is indirectly elected through an electoral college consisting of the elected members of both the houses of the Parliament and elected members of all the...
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  • A Critical Analysis of Fdi in India
    by “we will make our economy truly Swadeshi by promoting native initiatives.”14 The above viewpoints were contrasted by the Ibid. Ibid. 10 Ibid, 174. 11 Communist Party of India (Marxist). 1991. Manifesto: Eleventh Lok Sabha Elections. New Delhi: Hari Singh Kang. 12 Bharatiya Janata Party. 1991...
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  • Interview Questions
    system. Preference For Indirect Election The process of election of the President of India is original and no other Constitution contains a similar procedure. The question was considerably debated in the Constituent Assembly. It was argued by many members that the electoral college consisting of the...
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