WHAT IS GOVERNMENT? A government is an institution or a system made of a group off people that takes care or manage the country or state. The government has the power To rule a territory, according to the administrative law. Government makes laws,  takes decision and perform various functions. Some of them are – They... Continue Reading →

The Government of India Act, 1935:- Public Service Commission (Part-3)

Powers provided by the act The Government of India Act, 1935, gave India a larger measure of autonomy and increased the proportion of Indians in higher Civil Services. As a result of this, the Public Service Commission also advanced in status and prestige. Its constitution and functions were laid down in the Act itself. This... Continue Reading →

The Government of India Act, 1935:- Public Service Commission (Part-2)

INDEPENDENCE OF COMMISSION "This was the legacy which Public Service Commission's of independent India inherited. But has independence brought about any. change in their role? Now, so far as their organisation is concerned, the Constitution has removed all those limitations from which they suffered formerly. They are now organised according to three main principles, viz.,... Continue Reading →

The Right to Privacy: A myth?

The right to privacy is a fundamental right guaranteed by the Constitution of India. Such a right is not specifically mentioned in the constitution but the Supreme Court of India being the guardian of the Constitution has on multiple occasions added various facets that are essential to uphold the right to life and liberty enshrined... Continue Reading →

The Government of India Act, 1935:- Public Service Commission (Part-1)

This paper will explains the history of public service commission and its role in the society and the importance of the commission. HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE Civil Servants for the East India Company used to be nominated by the Directors of the Company and thereafter trained at Hailey bury College in London and then sent to India.... Continue Reading →

Analysing the New National Education Policy

India’s first policy for Education, was implemented in the year 1968 by the Indira Gandhi Government, and the second policy was implemented in 1986 in Rajiv Gandhi government which was modified in the 1992 by the P.V. Narashima committee and now after 34 years India’s new education policy was bought into action. Right to Education... Continue Reading →

From Liberal to Cosmopolitan Democracy

The possibilities then for the making of economical establishments of worldwide administration are unsure. Existing worldwide associations experience the ill effects of extreme vote based shortfalls and are driven by the interests of the elites of the most remarkable states, while non-state entertainers inside worldwide society do not have the intelligibility and authenticity to effectively... Continue Reading →

Democracy in present scenario

Introduction  The degree of sectarianism was held under restriction previously, on the grounds that at no other time did a sectarian political party accomplish such overpowering political power. The season has come in India when political leaders guarantee paradise on earth. Manner of speaking streams with full power. Charges are flung at rivals. The standard... Continue Reading →

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