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Kiran’s An Overview of INDIAN Political System English

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Kiran’s An Overview of INDIAN Political System English
For : UPSC, State PSC, UGC NET / JRF and University Exams
Prof. (Dr.) Haridwar Shukla (M.A., LLB., Ph.D.)
PART - I : The Constitutional Framework
1. Introduction 
2. Historical Background 
3. Legacies of the Past 
4. The Framing of the Indian Constitution 
5. Salient Features of Indian Constitution 
6. Sources of Indian Constitution 
7. Union and its Territory 
8. Citizenship 
9. The Preamble of the Constitution and its philosophy 
10. Fundamental Rights 
11. Directive Principles of State Policy
12. Fundamental Duties 
13. Basic Structure of the Constitution 
14. Constitutional Amendment and its procedure
PART - II : The Governmental System
15. Indian Federalism
16. Centre-State Relations 
17. Inter-State Relations
18. Emergency Provisions
PART - III : Union Government
19. President 
20. Vice- President 
21. Union Council of Ministers and the Cabinet 
22. Prime Minister 
23. Cabinet Committees Ministries and Departments,
PMO, Cabinet Secretariat 
24. Parliament 
25. Parliamentary Committees, 
Parliamentary Forums and
Parliamentary Group 
26. Supreme Court 
27. Judicial Review
28. Judicial Activism and Judicial Accountability 
29. Public Interest Litigation (PIL) 
30. Administrative Tribunals
National Green Tribunal
Armed Forces Tribunal 
31. Subordinate Courts, National Legal Services Authority, National Mission
for Justice Delivery and Legal Reforms, Problem of Corruption, Focus on
Appointment and Accountability, Reforming Antiquated Laws and
Creation of Modern Infrastructure, Issue of Delayed Justice,
Reforming the Legal Profession, Judicial Reforms and Economic Growth,
Plea Bargaining.
PART - IV : State Government
32. Governor 
33. State Council of Ministers and Cabinet 
34. Chief Minister 
35. State Legislature 
36. High Court 
37. Special Status of Jammu and Kashmir 
38. Special Provisions for Some States :
Maharashtra, Gujarat, Nagaland, Assam, Manipur, Andhra Pradesh or
Telangana, Sikkim, Mizoram, Arunachal Pradesh, Goa, Karnataka
39. Union Territories and Special 
40. Scheduled and Tribal Areas
PART - VI : Local Self Government
41. Panchayati Raj 
42. Municipalities
PART - VII : Other Constitutional Institutions
43. Election Commission 
44. Union Public Service Commission 
45. State Public Service Commission
46. Finance Commission 
47. National Commission for the Scheduled Castes 
48. National Commission For the Scheduled Tribes 
49. Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) 
50. Attorney General of India Solicitor General of India 
51. Special Officer for Linguistic Minorities 
52. Advocate General of the State
PART - VIII : Non-Constitutional Institutions
53. NITI Aayog 
54. National Human Rights Commission 
55. State Human Rights Commission 
56. National Commission for Women 
57. Nationa Commission for Minorities 
58. National Commission for Protiction of Child Rights (NCPCR) 
59. Central Vigilance Commission (C.V.C.) 
60. Central Burean of Investigation (C.B.I.) 
61. Central Information Commission 
62. State Information Commission 
63. Lokpal and Lokayuktas
PART - IX : Other Constitutional Perspectives
64. Official Language
65. Co-operative Societies 
66. Public Service 
67. Property Rights, Liabilities and Obligations of the Government
PART - X : Political Dimensions and Dynamics
68. Political Parties 
69. Pressure Groups 
70. Elections 
71. Electoral Laws 
72. Voting Behaviour 
73. Electoral Reforms 
74. Anti-Defection Law 
75. National Integration 
76. Working of the Indian Constitution 
77. Governance Issues 
A. Good Governance
B. Transparency and Accountability
C. Right to Information
D. E-Governance
F. Digital India
78. Social Justice 
A. Vulnerable, Sections in India
B. Components of Special Provisions
C. Mechanism, Laws, Institutions and Bodies Constituted for the
Protection and Betterment of Vulnerable Sections
D. Women and Children
E. Persons with Disabilities
F. Issues Relating to Poverty and Hunger Poverty
G. Hunger
79. India’s Foreign Policy
80. National Commission to Review the Working of the Constitution 
81. Articles of the Constitution (1-395) 
82. The Constitution of Jammu and Kasmir 
83. Subjects of Union, State and Concurrent Lists 
84. The Representation of The People Act, 1950 
85. The Representation of The People Act, 1951 
86. Oath by the Constitutional and other Authorities 
87. Presidents, Vice-Presidents, Prime Minister, etc. 
88. Chairpersons of The National Commissions