Polity One-Liners for various competitive examinations

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Polity One-Liners for various competitive examinations

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

 

Watch some of the important Polity Bits below.


1- On 26th Nov. 1949, the Constitution of India was adopted by the Constituent Assembly.


2- The wards Committees are formed at Municipalities.


3- In 1947, the title ‘Speaker’ was assumed in India.


4- In 1955, the President’s Succession Act was enacted.


5-Articles 16 of Indian Constitution guarantees equal opportunities in public employment to persons belonging to SC/ST and the other minority communities.


6-Constitutional Article 243P defines ‘Municipalities’.


7-Constitutional Article 243ZA contains ‘Election to Municipalities’.


8-Constitutional Article 243E defines the duration of the functioning of the Panchayat.


9-Fundamental Right i.e Right to equality is concerned with abolition of social distinctions.


10-Parliament is the competent body to prescribe conditions for acquisition of citizenship.

 

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11-Government of India Act, 1919 made the Indian Legislature bicameral.


12- Goa is the only state in India to have Common Civil Code in force.


13- English language is not recognised in the 8th Schedule though it is an official language of a State.


14-Constitutional Schedule 2nd contains the salaries and allowances for the Chairman and Deputy Chairman of the Rajya Sabha and the Speaker and Deputy Speaker of the Lok Sabha.


15-Constitutional Article 243 defines the Panchayat Raj.


16-Power to commute a sentence of death in certain circumstances can be exercised by both the President and the Governor.


17-Money Bill cannot be introduced first in the Rajya Sabha.


18-Parliament can impose reasonable restrictions on the Fundamental Rights of the Indian citizens.


19-Executive is responsible to Legislature is a feature of the Parliamentary form of government.


20-Parliamentary Government, Federal Government and Independence of Judiciary are the basic features of the Indian Constitution.


21-Parliament enjoys the exclusive right to legislate on the subjects contained in The Union List.


22- Planning Commission is a Quasi-political body.


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