Indian Polity by M Laxmikant
Book: Indian Polity By M Laxmikant
Political science and the general knowledge about the Indian constitution plays a significant role in today’s competitive examinations. It is asked in almost every examination. Be it Civil services exam by UPSC, Staff selection commission, government jobs, CTET, UP-TET, PTET, Banking exams, National defence academy, Commander defense service etc.
Part I: Constituional Framework
2.Making of the constitution
3.Salient features of the Indian Constitution
4.Preamble to the Constitution
5.Union and its territory
8.Directive principles of state policy
10.Amendment of the constitution
11.Basic structure of the constitution.
Part II: System of Government
Part III:Central government
20.Central Council of Ministers
Part IV:State Government
28.State Council of Ministers
32.Special status of Jammu and Kashmir
33.Special provision for some states
Part V:Local Government
Part VI:Union territories and special areas
37.Scheduled and tribal areas
Part VII: Constitutional Bodies
39.Union Public service commission
40.State Public service Commission
42.National Commission for SC’s
43. National Commission for ST’s
44.Special officer for Linguistic minorities
45.Comptroller and auditor general of India
46.Attorney General of India.
47.Advocate General of India.
Part VIII:Non-Constitutional Bodies
49.National Development Council
50.National Human Rights Commission
51.State Human Rights Commission
52.Central Information Commission
53.State Information Commission
54.Central vigilance Commission
55.Central Bureau of Investigation
56.Lokpal and Lokayuktas
Part IX:Other Constitutional Dimensions
61.Rights and Liabilities of the Government.
62.Authoritative text of the Constitution in Hindi Language.
63.Special Provision relating to certain classes.
Part X:Political Dynamics
Part XI:Working of the Constitution
71.National Commission to review the working of the constitution.
Book: Indian Polity by M Laxmikant