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- Legal systems in India: overview
- Indian Polity & Governance: Complete Study Material
- Legislature versus Judiciary
Legal systems in India: overview
One of the most important questions which engaged the attention of the framers of the Constitution was the nature of the Executive and its relation with the Legislature. Ambedkar observed in introducing the Constitution:. The Council of Ministers is collectively responsible to the House of the People. He can prorogue the two Houses and can dissolve the House of the People. The interval between two sessions must not exceed six Months. The first session after the General Elections and the first session each year begins with an Address by the President.
Indian Polity & Governance: Complete Study Material
Indian Polity is one of the essential disciplines of Social Science that makes us understand our democratic governance as well as our rights. This tutorial is divided into different chapters and explains the concept of Indian Constitution and democratic type of governance. This tutorial is designed exclusively for the students preparing for the different competitive exams including Civil Services, Banking, Railway, Eligibility Test, IAS, PCS , and all other competitive exams of such kind. Furthermore, school students especially class 11 th and 12 th standard can also take advantage of this tutorial for the fast revision of their Political Science course especially during the annual exam time. This tutorial is entirely based on NCERT Political Science class 8 th to 12 th Books; all the important points, concepts, and definitions are filtered; therefore, prior knowledge of basic Indian Polity or else having past experience of reading NCERT Political Science books is essential to understand the topics.
Governance Structure iv. Timeline of the of Kula and Gana - administration is mixture of the two This is the foundation of Indian Constitutional Republic. 9 The Constitution of India is the foundational law laying down the basic political.
Legislature versus Judiciary
Many concerned citizens, including judges, bureaucrats, politicians, activists, journalists, and academics, have been claiming that Indian democracy has been imperilled under the premiership of Narendra Modi, which began in To examine this claim, the Article sets up an analytic framework for accountability mechanisms liberal democratic constitutions put in place to provide a check on the political executive. The assumption is that only if this framework is dismantled in a systemic manner can we claim that democracy itself is in peril. This framework helps distinguish between actions that one may disagree with ideologically but are nonetheless permitted by an elected government, from actions that strike at the heart of liberal democratic constitutionalism.
The doctrine of separation of powers implies that each pillar of democracy — the executive, legislature and the judiciary — perform separate functions and act as separate entities. The executive is vested with the power to make policy decisions and implement laws. The legislature is empowered to issue enactments. The judiciary is responsible for adjudicating disputes.
Skip to main navigation. In explaining the need for an independent judiciary, Alexander Hamilton noted in The Federalist 78 that the federal courts "were designed to be an intermediate body between the people and their legislature" in order to ensure that the people's representatives acted only within the authority given to Congress under the Constitution. The U. Constitution is the nation's fundamental law. It codifies the core values of the people.