Introduction to Socio Economic Polity

Topics: Government of India, India, President of India Pages: 107 (37020 words) Published: September 1, 2013


Bhabani Sankar B.Singh

Bhabani Sankar B.Singh Daringbadi, Kandhamal Odisha, India

A few words from me.........

Bhabani Sankar B.Singh ( MA BJ )

Being a student of journalism writing is an obvious passion .Apart from that ,am passionate about good movies ,good music , good books ,good food ,good prose, poetry and the news events like international, national ,state, business, sports, science and technology .Basically all the good things life has to offer. A Writing of poems is another gift from God to me that I believe .It is a passion of my life .I can not take a single step in my life without writing a line of poems on anything that comes into my mind. I have been writing poems from my childhood. My beloved Papa (Mr.Sarada Charan Baliar Singh) is the driving force behind all my drama writings , poems writings and composing of music. And at the same I am now able to write songs on different themes. My Papa is a poet ,writer ,musician, dramatist and a great social worker who directly pushed me to be like him and I think that I have taken full advantages of my Papa’s qualities in the journey of my life.

Bhabani Sankar B.Singh
Daringbadi,Boini Sahi


Unit -1
Indian Constitution and its basic characteristics
1. Objects and ideals of Indian Constitution and Parliamentary System 2. Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policy 3. Federal and unitary nature ;Centre – State relationship; Civil Services 4. Election , emergency powers : Amendments of constitution

Unit -2
Political System and Parliamentary System
2.1 Introduction to various political systems
2.2 Parliamentary and legislative procedure in Indian
2.3 Power and privileges of parliament members
2.4 Indian judicial system

Unit -3
History, Culture and Society
3.1 Characteristics of main stages of Indian history
3.2 Basic elements of Indian Culture
3.3 Secularism, communalism, fundamentalism
3.4 Aspects of social concerns : poverty , gender ; child rights & human right

Unit -4
Introduction to Indian and world economy
4.1 Nature of Indian economy
4.2 Essential Economics Terms: Per Capital Income , Currency Devaluation 4.3 Indian agriculture: Issues and problems ,Indian industry : challenges 4.4 Introduction to World economy , the concept of Globalization ,WTO

Currents Affairs: Issues & International Scenario
5.1 Indian Foreign Policy
5.2 United Nations and SAARC
5.3 Introduction to International Politics :Brief history & current major issues 5.4 Current national and international events

Indian Constitution and Basics Characteristics

The Preamble of the Indian Constitution embodies the fundamental values and the philosophy on which the constitution is based and the aims and objectives which the Constitution strives to achieve. The Preamble: 26th November 1949

WE, THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a SOVEREIGN SOCIALIST SECULAR DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC and to secure to all its citizens: JUSTICE, social, economic and political;

LIBERTY of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship;
EQUALITY of status and of opportunity and to promote among them all FRATERNITY assuring the dignity of the individual and the unity and integrity of...
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