Category: Indian Polity

Functions of the Parliament

Functions of the Parliament: India has adopted a parliamentary form of government in which a harmonious relationship between the executive and legislature is brought about through the executive being formed out of the legislature which enjoys the confidence of the Parliament. Parliament is the supreme legislature and the most important wing of the Government, which apart …

Polity GK Compilation from JKPSC Exam 2013

Polity GK Compilation from JKPSC Exam 2013: 1. Politics ‘as the authoritative allocation of value’ was stated by:(A) David Easton(B) Harold Laswell(C) Charles Merriam(D) Almond Ans: David Easton (A) 2. The chief exponent of the legal theory of sovereignty is:(A) Austin(B) Bodin(C) Rousseau(D) Locke Ans: Austin (A) 3. Procedure of amendment to the constitution is given in:(A) Article 370(B) Article 368(C) Article 366(D) …

Articles Deals With Fundamental Rights

What is Fundamental Rights? Fundamental Rights are those basic freedoms which are essential for the healthy and all-round development of every individual. These rights are called fundamental because they have been incorporated in the Constitution as fundamental laws of the land and can be enforced by the Judiciary. They are also ‘Fundamental’ because every citizen can …

Fundamental Duties GK

Fundamental Duties GK: Fundamental duties were added to the Constitution of India on the recommendation of which Committee- Swaran Singh Committee. Indian Constitution borrowed Fundamental Duties from which Constitution of the world- Soviet Constitution (USSR or Russia). Fundamental Duties were added in which part of the Constitution- Part IV-A. Which article of the constitution contained the …