Constitutional Government and Democracy in India

Constitutional Government and Democracy in India | UG, PG & aspirants of State and Civil Service Exams | By Pearson

 Author:
Abhay Prasad Singh, PGDAV College, Department of Political Science, University of Delhi.Krishna Murari, Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, Department of Political Science, University of Delhi.

Contents:
1. Constitutional democracy in India: an introduction 
2. Constitutional development in India 
3. Philosophy and features of the Indian Constitution 
4. Debates on fundamental Rights and Directive principles 
5. Union Legislature: the Parliament
6. President of India: people’s President than a figurehead
7. Union executive: prime Minister 
8. Apex judiciary in India 
9. The election Commission: an important pillar in democratic functioning 
10. Federalism in India 
11. Rural local self-government 
12. Urban governance in India 




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