Polity One-Liners for various competitive examination

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Polity One-Liners for various competitive examination

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Here are some important Polity one-liners for students competing for various exams

 

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The government of India Act of 1935

1- The Act has divided the powers between the Centre and the units into items of three lists, namely the Federal List, the Provincial List and the Concurrent List.
2-The Federal List for the Centre consisted of 59 items, the Provincial List for the provinces consisted of 54 items and the Concurrent List for both consisted of 36 items.
3- The act provided for the establishment of Federal Court and it abolished the Council of India.
4- The establishment of an All-India Federation consisting of the Provinces and the Princely States as units, have been provided by the act.
5-The Act provided for the adoption of Dyarchy at the Centre abolished the Dyarchy in the Provinces and also introduced ‘Provincial Autonomy’.
6- The act has introduced bicameralism in 6 out of 11 Provinces. The names of the six Provinces were Assam, Bengal, Bombay, Bihar, Madras and the United Province.


The government of India Act of 1919

1-This Act is otherwise known as the Montague-Chelmsford Reforms and it provided for the establishment of Public Service Commission.
2-The Act introduced, for the first time, bicameralism at center.


Indian Councils Act of 1909

1-This Act is also known as the Morley- Minto Reforms.

2- The act introduced a system of communal representation for Muslims by accepting the concept of ‘separate electorate’.
3- The act changed the name of the Central Legislative Council to the Imperial Legislative Council.


The government of India Act of 1858

1- It abolished Board of Control and Court of Directors.
2-The rule of Company was replaced by the rule of the Crown in India.
3-The Governor-General was made the Viceroy of India.Lord Canning was the first Viceroy of India.


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