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Answered on 13 Feb CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Shashikant Kumar

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General Election: happened after a certain period of time. Like after every 5 years in case of India. By-election: happens after some seat fall vacant due to death of or resignation of elected member.
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Answered on 14 Feb CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Discuss the major components of population growth.

Nivedita T.

The major components of population growth are Birth Rate, Death Rate and Migration.
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What are the three main reasons for poverty in India?

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Answered 1 day ago CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

What are reserved constituencies?

Ayesha Khan

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Reserved Constituency It is a constituency especially reserved for die weaker section that is Scheduled Castes (SCs) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) Need of the System Weaker sections that get the reservation in elections were victims of discrimination for centuries. So, if representatives among them had not... read more

Reserved Constituency It is a constituency especially reserved for die weaker section that is Scheduled Castes (SCs) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) Need of the System Weaker sections that get the reservation in elections were victims of discrimination for centuries. So, if representatives among them had not been elected, our Parliament and State Legislative Assemblies would have been deprived of the voice of a significant section of our society. This system of Reserved Constituencies (84 seats for the Scheduled Castes and 47 for the Scheduled Tribes in Lok Sabha) makes our democracy a real representative democracy.

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Answered 2 days ago CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Explain the role of political institutions in decision making process in democracy.

Velmurugan K S

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IN Indian Democracy, the role of Poltical Institutions ar Ultimate and FINAL in any Executive Decision . the Party in power brings a legislation in the form of a BILL in lok sabha ,and when , passed with 2/3 majority,.. It is then forwarded to the UPPER HOUSE..namely Rajya Sabha , where if is passed... read more

IN Indian Democracy, the role of Poltical Institutions ar Ultimate and FINAL in any Executive Decision . the Party in power brings a legislation in the form of a BILL in lok sabha ,and when , passed with 2/3 majority,.. It is then forwarded to the UPPER HOUSE..namely Rajya Sabha , where if is passed after debate unanimously or if contested with 2/3 majority voting , then it si forwarded ot the President who declares it as an ACT of the Parliament .. this is how major Political or Economic policies like Panchayati Raj Act, Industrial policies 1956, 1970, 1973 Licensing policies and much later crucial policies like Socialistic pattern of society,and to curb Monopoly Restrictive Trade Practices ACT 1969 .,was passed ..and much later the FERA & COFEPOSA Acts were passed .. as regarding the Banks , the social Control on banks legislations was done by politcal goverment,before , in 1969, Nationalisation of Banks was done by our Indian Prime Minister shrimathi Indira Gandhi .. in mid 1970's..finally the policy of Liberlisation ,Privitasation, and Globalisation of Indian economy was passed by parliament and and handed to to the Executive throught the supreme Authority of President of India .it is hall mark of how Indian economy functions in Indian Political Democracy .. Dr K S Velmurugan Pondicherry

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Answered 2 days ago CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Why are seats reserved for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes?

Velmurugan K S

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Dear sudent .. It is as per Indian Constitution that there should not be discrimination among different castes ,which are downtrodden atthe hand of higher castes / communties .which have receiving end of expoitation for decades in British India .and when Independance was got by your freedom in 1950 .the... read more

Dear sudent .. It is as per Indian Constitution that there should not be discrimination among different castes ,which are downtrodden atthe hand of higher castes / communties .which have receiving end of expoitation for decades in British India .and when Independance was got by your freedom in 1950 .the constitution of India , laid by Dr Ambedkar & other framed a policy of reserving 7 % of the existing or created posts in Government  at centre as well as in states/ union territory to follow a policy of reserving 7 % of the santioned post in Government / departmental undertaking like railways , public sector banks , corporations for scheduled castes & scheduled Tribes for the last 70 years from the dawn of independance to till date , to bring parity among castes in matter of right to education and in right ot employment ..it is very imperative and fudamental part of Indian democracy.. Dr K S Velmurugan Pondicherry

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Answered 2 days ago CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

What is constitution? What is its importance?

Abhinav Kumar Bhagat

A constitution is an official document which contains the guidelines on how a government should be governed ,the fundamental rights and duties of the citizens as well as the states. Importance: 1) Constitution determines the kind of division of power. For example: In our country the constitution has... read more

A constitution is an official document which contains the guidelines on how a government should be governed ,the fundamental rights and duties of the citizens as well as the states.

Importance:

1) Constitution determines the kind of division of power. For example: In our country the constitution has divided the power into three bodies:

a) Legislature

b) Executive and

c)judiciary

b) Constitution determines the basic structure of a nation. For example: India is a secular nation this means in India everyone is free to practice any religion and the government will not be biased towards any religion.

3) Government functions according to the constitution.

For example: In India, the Elections are held on the basis of process mentioned in constitution.

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Answered 3 days ago CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

What is Preamble? What does it contain?

Kajal

The preamble to the Constitution, which was amended in 1976, summarises the aims and objects of the Constitution. The importance and utility of the Preamble has been pointed out in several decisions of the Supreme Court. Though, by itself, it is not enforceable in a Court of Law, the Preamble to a written... read more

The preamble to the Constitution, which was amended in 1976, summarises the aims and objects of the Constitution. The importance and utility of the Preamble has been pointed out in several decisions of the Supreme Court. Though, by itself, it is not enforceable in a Court of Law, the Preamble to a written Constitution states the objects which the Constitution seeks to establish and promote and also aids the legal interpretation of Constitution where the language is found to be ambiguous.

The Preamble to our Constitution serves 2 purposes:

a) It indicates the source from which the Constitution derives it's authority;

b) It also states the objects which the Constitution seeks to establish and promote.

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Answered 3 days ago CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

What is public interest litigation?

Saravanan N.

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The process of taking legal action for puplic interest. Article 32 allows people directly to join with the judiciary.
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Answered 3 days ago CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

What do you mean by Preamble of the constitution? Why is the preamble very important?

D Mukherjee

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The preamble to the Constitution is not a part of the constitution. It is like a summary or a foreword at the beginning of a book. It summarises the ideas and the objectives of the constitution. It explains a few basic tenets of the constitution like Sovereign, democratic and republic. It also explains... read more

The preamble to the Constitution is not a part of the constitution. It is like a summary or a foreword at the beginning of a book. It summarises the ideas and the objectives of the constitution. It explains a few basic tenets of the constitution like Sovereign, democratic and republic. It also explains the Right to equality, fraternity and liberty as guranteed to all Indian citizens

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