Indian Political System (Question-Answer Series) One Week Series  ()  (English Medium)

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Author: Parth
Book Code: OBM/19/12/82429
Publisher: Parth Publishers
University: Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University (MDSU)
Indian Political System

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Indian Political System


This One Week Series is Written in English Language in Question Answer Series According to syllabus of Maharishi Dayanand University. 



Indian Political System

Note: Each theory paper is divided into three independent units. The question paper will be divided into three parts: Part.A, Part.B. Part.C., Part-A (20 marks) is compulsory and contains 10 questions at least three questions from each unit. Each question is of two marks (20 words) Part-B (20 Marks) is compulsory and will contain five questions; at least one from each unit. Candidate is required to attempt all five questions. Each question is of four marks150 words. Part-C 60 Marks contains six questions: two from each unit Candidate is required to attempt three questions one from each Unit. Each question is of twenty marks (400 words).


Historical Background of the Constitution: Main Currents of National Movement- Moderates, Extremists.

Gandhian, Revolutionary

Constitutional Development: Govt. of India Act 1909, Govt. of India Act 1919 with special reference to Diarchy, Govt. of India Act, 1935 with special reference to Provincial Autonomy.

The Constituent Assembly-Origin, Organization and functioning. The main characteristics of the Indian Constitution; The Constitution Amendment Process. The ideological elements - Preamble, Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles of State Fundamental Duties and Secularism.


The Union and State Government

President - Election, Position, Powers and Functions, Council of Ministers and Prime Minister - Position and role. Parliament - Organization Power and working of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. Modes of Relationship between the two houses.

The Supreme Court - Organization and jurisdiction, Judicial Review, Judicial Activitism, Conflict of supremacy between the parliament and supreme court.

The State Government: Governor - Position and role, the Council of Ministers and Chief Minister, the state legislature.

The Federal System - The need and nature of the federal system, center-state relations, areas of tension and demand for autonomy.


The Party System, Political Parties - National and Regional. The Election Commission, Electoral Reforms and Voting Behavior, Voting Behavior of 2014 Lok Sabhas Election.

Determinants of Political System:

(a) Economic: Class and Poverty

(b) Sociological: Caste, Religion, Region, Language, Gender and terrorism


(C) Political: Political parties and pressure groups.





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