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Indian Forest Services Examination 2017 Final Result

 The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) declared list of finally selected candidates for the appointment in Indian Forest Services based on Indian Forest Services Main Examination 2017, followed by Personality Test and Interview. Total 110 candidates are recommended by the UPSC to Government of India. And here are the top 3 Rankers of IFS 2017

  •     VAIBHAVA SRIVASTAVA (Roll No 0001900)
  •     ANUPAM SHARMA (Roll No 0674179)
  •     DIVAKAR NIRANJAN SUBHASHRAO (Roll No 0581168)

UPSC Engineering Services Examination (ESE) Prelims Result 2018

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)  New Delhi announced Engineering Services Examination Prelims Test Result 2018.  The candidates qualified in the screening test will be eligible to write Engineering Services Examination Main 2018.
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Download Admit Card CDS Examination I 2018

The Combined Defence Services (CDS) Examination I 2018 is scheduled on February 4, 2018. The examination will be administered through 41 Cities across India. Union Public Commission (UPSC) New Delhi is administering authority for the CDS Examination.
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Combined Medical Services Exmination 2017 Merit List

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) New Delhi has released marks of recommended candidates of Combined Medical Services Examination 2017 in the order of merit. This year total 637 candidates are recommended by UPSC to government. SRIMANTA SUNDAR PADHI is the top ranker of Combined Medical Services Examination 2017.
Wishing you all the best.
Merit List Combined Medical Services Examination 2017

NDA & NA Exam 2018 Notification Rescheduled

The notification for National Defence Academy and Naval Academy  i.e. NDA & NA Examination  2018 are rescheduled now. According to UPSC Official website the notifications were scheduled on 10 January but are rescheduled to be published on 15 January 2018.

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UPSC announces Interview Schedule for Indian Forest Services Examination 2017

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) New Delhi administers Indian Forest Services (IFoS) Examination in three stages, Preliminary, Mains and Interview. The candidates who has declared qualified in the Indian Forest Services Main Examination 2017 shall go for Interview phase. On the basis of performance in the Interview Round and written test the commission will recommend names  of finally selected candidates to the Government of India. See here Interview Schedule Indian Forest Services Examination 2017

IFS Main Examination 2017 Result

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) New Delhi announced written examination result 2017 for Indian Forest Services (IFS) Main Examination 2017. Click here to get complete list

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

Important Parliamentary / Constitutional Terms

Act: This refers to - a Bill passed by both  Houses of Parliament and assented to by the President.

Ad hoc Committee: This refers to - a Committee constituted by the House or by the Chairman or by the presiding officers of both the Houses jointly to consider and report on specific matter and becomes functus officio as soon as the task is completed.

The Official Languages of India

  • Article 343 of the Indian Constitution recognises Hindi in Devanagari script as the official language of the union; the Constitution also allows for the continuation of use of the English language for official purposes.

Appointment of Chief Election Commissioner and Election Commissioners

  • The President appoints Chief Election Commissioner and Election Commissioners.
  • Chief Election Commissioner and Election Commissioners have tenure of six years, or up to the age of 65 years and 62 years respectively, whichever is earlier. They enjoy the same status and receive salary and perks as available to Judges of the Supreme Court of India.

Chief Election Commissioners of India:

The following have held the post of the Chief Election Commissioner of India:

1. Sukumar Sen: 21 March 1950 to 19 December 1958

2. K.V.K. Sundaram: 20 December 1958 to 30 September 1967

Election

Election Commission of India
The Election Commission of India was established on January 25, 1950 (under Article 324 of Constitution of India)

Functions of the Public Service Commission:

  • The Union and State Public Service Commissions shall conduct examinations for appointment to the Union and State services respectively.
  • To assist the States in framing the operating schemes of joint recruitment for any services for which candidate possessing special qualifications are required if two or more states make such a request to the Union Public Service Commission.

Public Service Commission

  • The Constitution of India provides for a Public Service Commission namely Union Public Service Commission or UPSC for the Union and State Public Service Commissions of State PSCs or a Joint Public Service Commission for group of states.

Articles under Part XVIII: Emergency Provisions

  • Article 352: Proclamation of Emergency
  • Article 353: Effect of Proclamation of Emergency
  • Article 354: Application of provisions relating to distribution of revenues while a Proclamation of Emergency is in operation

Emergency Provisions in India

Part XVIII of the Constitution of India contains Articles 352-360 which deals with 'Emergency Provisions'. There are three kinds of provisions according to the Constitution.

  • National Emergency
  • State Emergency
  • Financial Emergency

Inter-State Relations

  • Article 131 of the Constitution of India provides for the judicial determination of disputes between states by vesting the Supreme Court with exclusive jurisdiction in the matter, while Article 262 of the Constitution provides for the adjudication of once class of such disputes by an extra judicial tribunal.

National Integration Council

  • Formation - 2 June 1962
  • Type -     Government advisory body
  • Purpose/focus     - Address the problems of communalism, casteism and regionalism
  • Region served - India
  • Membership -    150
  • Chairman – Prime Minister of India