Constitution of India 3

Socialist State- The term Socialist has not been defined in the Constitution of India. The term Socialist State is widely used to mean a state under the control of Government (Party that is organizing the organizing the economic, social and political affairs of the state. The word socialist was originally not present in the Preamble…

Why Seperation of Powers is important ?

The three organs of the government are the legislative, executive, and judicial. Most governments around the world, though arranged differently, exercise these powers in one way or another. Since many governments around the world have a system of government have a system of government not unlike those of the United States and Great Britain- Legislative…

Cooperative federalism vs. Competative federalism

Cooperative federalism is where state and centre cooperate to frame, implement and regulate the national policies in the larger interest of public and growth of the economy as well as it is specified in schedule 7 of the Indian Constitution but in case of any clash between centre and state, centre will always override state…

Indian Constitution Amendment

INTRODUCTION Article 368 in Part XX of the Indian Constitution deals with the powers of Parliament to amend the Constitution and its procedure . It states that the Parliament may, in exercise of its constituent power, add/ remove an article, repeal any provision of the Constitution. But no change can be done in the basic…

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…

Right to Education and Judicial Contribution

The Indian Constitution is known to be a record submitted to social equity. The Indian Constitution has perceived education as the pith of social change, as is obvious from its education explicit Articles. The privilege to education up to the age of fourteen years has been raised by the choice of the Supreme Court in…