Sunday, December 31, 2017

Indian Polity: General Knowledge for Competitive Examinations

In competitive examinations like scholarships test, admission tests, eligibility tests, and general competitions etc questions are asked in subject matter related Indian Politics. Here are lessons to prepare for different competitive exams like UPSC, SSC, PSC, NDA, Banking, Railways, Insurance etc.

Indian Polity and Constitution

Regulating Act of 1773

Pitts India Act 1784

Charter Act 1793

Charter Act 1813

Charter Act of 1833

The Charter Act of 1853

Government of India Act, 1858

Indian Councils Act of 1861

Indian Councils Act 1892

Indian Council Act 1909 or Morley – Minto Reforms

Government of India Act, 1915

Government of India act of 1919

Simon Commission

Government of India Act of 1935

Cripps Mission

Cabinet Mission Plan

The Mountbatten Plan

The Indian Independence Act, 1947

The Constituent Assembly and Making of Indian Constitution

Committees under the Constituent Assembly

Working of Constituent Assembly

Members of Drafting Committee of Constitution of India

Sources of the Indian Constitution

Important Articles of the Constitution of India

Schedules of Indian Constitution

Some Important Amendments of the Constitution of India

The Key Features of Indian Constitution

The Federal and Unitary Features of Indian Constitution

The Preamble of the Constitution of India

The Union and Its Territories

New States in India after 1950


Fundamental Rights

Directive Principles of State Policy

Fundamental Duties

Procedure for amending the constitution

Executive of the Union

The Powers and Functions of the President of India

List of Presidents of India since 1950

The Vice President

The Union council of Ministers

The Attorney-General of India

The Comptroller & Auditor General of India

The Parliament of India

Rajya Sabha

Lok Sabha

Difference between Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha

Parliament of India: Important Facts

Important Parliamentary Terms in relation to the functioning of Parliament of India

Leader of the Opposition

Special powers of the Lok Sabha

Special Powers of Rajya Sabha

The Governor and Lieutenant-Governor

Powers and Functions of Governor of State

Chief Minister and the State Council of Ministers

State Legislature in India

The Discretionary Functions of the Governor of State

The Advocate General

Comparison of Legislative Procedures between Bi-cameral State Legislature and the Parliament

The Veto Power of the Governor of State

Ordinance Making Power of the Governor: (Article 213)

Special Position of Jammu & Kashmir

Panchayati Raj


Supreme Court of India

Public Interest Litigation (PIL)

List of Chief Justice of Supreme Court

The High Court

Jurisdiction and Seats of High Courts

Inter-State Council

Finance Commission

Chairman’s of Finance Commission

Planning Commission

Five Year Plans of India

National Development Council

National Integration Council

Inter-State Relations

Emergency Provisions in India

Articles under Part XVIII: Emergency Provisions

Public Service Commission

Functions of the Public Service Commission:


Chief Election Commissioners of India:

Appointment of Chief Election Commissioner and Election Commissioners

The Official Languages of India

Important Parliamentary / Constitutional Terms

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