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Polity is a system of rule, usually implemented through the government. It is the manner in which a society or state is governed. It can also refer to the study of the political affairs of a society, state, or group. The word “polity” comes from the Greek word politeia, which refers to the government, administration, or affairs of a city or state.
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Budget Part (A)
khan sir has explained the Difference between Interim Budget & Vote-On-Account for UPSC Polity.
An interim budget is a complete set of estimates for the financial year, similar to a full budget. A vote-on-account, on the other hand, is a truncated set of estimates that covers only expenditure for a limited period, usually three to six months. This is usually done when a new government takes office and does not have time to present a full budget.
Budget Part (B)
Demand for grants is the estimate of expenditure presented to the parliament by the executive for approval. They represent the maximum amount of money that the executive can spend on a particular head in a financial year. Appropriation bills are passed by the parliament to give the executive the sanction to spend money from the Consolidated Fund of India.
Money Bill vs Finance Bill in polity
A money bill is a type of bill that exclusively deals with financial matters. A finance bill is a type of bill that deals with both financial and non-financial matters.
4 Types of Bills in the polity
A government bill is a bill introduced by the government in parliament. A non-government bill is a bill introduced by a private member in parliament. An ordinary bill is a bill that does not require special procedures to be followed for its passage. An amendment bill is a bill that proposes to amend an existing law.
Bill vs Act in Polity
A bill is a proposal for a new law or a change to an existing law that is presented for debate in the Indian parliament. An act is a law that has been passed by the parliament and has been given royal assent by the president.
Joint Session (Article 108) in Polity
A joint sitting of the two Houses of Parliament may be held for the purpose of transacting any business with respect to which the two Houses have power to make laws.
Ordinance by President (Article 123) in Polity
The ordinance by President in article 123 Indian constitution is a provision that allows the President to issue ordinances, or executive orders, in cases where there is an emergency and the Parliament is not in session. This power is limited, and the ordinance must be approved by the Parliament within six weeks of it being issued.
Proceedings and resolutions of parliament (part A)
Proceedings of parliament of India means the work done by the parliament of India. It includes all the debates, discussions, and decisions made by the parliament.
Proceedings and resolutions of parliament (part B)
There are four types of resolutions passed by the Parliament of India:
1. Simple Resolution: A simple resolution is used to express the opinion or will of the Lok Sabha or Rajya Sabha. It does not have the force of law and is not submitted to the President for his/her assent.
2. Joint Resolution: A joint resolution is used to express the opinion or will of both the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha. It does not have the force of law and is not submitted to the President for his/her assent.
3. Financial Resolution: A financial resolution is a resolution related to the appropriation of money from the Consolidated Fund of India. It is submitted to the President for his/her assent.
4. Constitution Amendment Resolution: A constitutional amendment resolution is a resolution that proposes an amendment to the Constitution of India. It must be passed by both the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha by a two-thirds majority. It is then submitted to the President for his/her assent.
A standing committee is a permanent committee established by the parliament of India. It is constituted by the members of parliament. The standing committee deals with the particular matters assigned to it like bills, government accounts, and public accounts. It also deals with the specific departments of the government.
Ad – hoc Committee
An ad hoc committee is a temporary committee of the parliament of India formed to study a specific issue or problem.
Speaker and Deputy Speaker
The speaker of the Lok Sabha, the lower house of the Parliament of India, is the presiding officer of the Lok Sabha. The deputy speaker of the Lok Sabha is the second-highest-ranking official of the Lok Sabha after the speaker.
Chairman and Deputy Chairman
The chairman of the parliament of India is the speaker of the Lok Sabha, the lower house of the bicameral Indian parliament. The deputy chairman is the deputy speaker of the Lok Sabha.
President’s speech and special addresss
The President’s speech is the speech that the President of India gives to the Parliament of India at the start of the Budget Session. The special addresses of parliament are speeches that are given by important dignitaries to the Parliament of India.
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1. Limitation: The life of the Lok Sabha, the House of the People, is five years from the date of its first meeting unless it is sooner dissolved by the President on the advice of the Prime Minister.
2. Session: A session of the Lok Sabha is a period during which the House meets to conduct its business. The Lok Sabha has two kinds of sessions- ordinary and budget. Ordinary sessions are held throughout the year as and when the need arises whereas budget sessions are held every year in the month of February-March.
3. Prorogation: Prorogation is the end of a session of the Lok Sabha, when the House is adjourned sine die (i.e. without any fixed date for its next meeting).
4. Summoning: The Lok Sabha is summoned by the President when the first session of a new Lok Sabha is to begin, or when the House is required to meet after a dissolution.
5. Adjournment: Adjournment is the temporary suspension of the business of the Lok Sabha.
6. Dissolution: The dissolution of the parliament of India is the process by which the Lok Sabha, the lower house of the Parliament of India, is dissolved. The Lok Sabha is dissolved by the President of India at the request of the Prime Minister of India.
Lok Sabha vs Rajya Sabha
Lok Sabha is the directly elected lower house of the Indian Parliament. Rajya Sabha is the upper house of the Indian Parliament.
The Indian Parliament is the supreme legislative body of the Republic of India. It is a bicameral legislature composed of the President of India and the two Houses of Parliament: the Rajya Sabha (Council of States) and the Lok Sabha (House of the People). The President in his role as head of state is the de jure commander-in-chief of the Indian Armed Forces. The Parliament of India is the supreme legislative body of India. The Lok Sabha or the House of the People is the lower house of the Parliament of India. The Rajya Sabha or the Council of States is the upper house of the Parliament of India. Parliament is composed of the President of India and the two Houses of Parliament. The President is the head of state and the de jure commander-in-chief of the Indian Armed Forces. The Parliament of India has the power to legislate for the entire Indian subcontinent.
Attorney general, solicitor general and advocate general
The Attorney General for India is the Indian government’s chief legal advisor, and its primary lawyer in the Supreme Court of India. He is also the sole advocate for the government of India in the Supreme Court. The Solicitor General for India is the second-highest ranking law officer in the Indian legal hierarchy, after the Attorney General for India. He is the chief legal advisor to the Government of India and is the primary lawyer representing the government in the Supreme Court of India. The Advocate General for India is the third-highest ranking law officer in the Indian legal hierarchy, after the Attorney General for India and the Solicitor General for India. He is the chief legal advisor to the government of his state or union territory, and is the primary lawyer representing the government in the High Court of his jurisdiction.
Difference between IPC AND CrPC
There is a fundamental difference between IPC and CrPC. IPC is a substantive law while CrPC is a procedural law. IPC contains all the offences that are recognized by law while CrPC contains the procedure that is to be followed for the enforcement of IPC.
Prison system in India
The prison system in India is based on the English model and was established by the Prison Act of 1894. It is a centralized system under the control of the central government. The states have the responsibility for the execution of prison policies and regulations.
Laws of FIR in India
There is no single answer to this question as there are a variety of laws that govern FIRs in India. Some of the more common laws that may apply to FIRs include the Indian Penal Code, the Code of Criminal Procedure, and the Indian Evidence Act.
Citizenship of India (Article 5-11)
From Articles 5 to 11, the Constitution of India describes the citizenship of India.
From Articles 5 to 11, the citizenship of India is defined and clarified. Article 5 states that any person who was born in India on or after January 26, 1950, is a citizen of India. Article 6 states that any person who is born outside of India on or after January 26, 1950, and whose father is a citizen of India is also a citizen of India. Article 7 states that any person who is born outside of India on or after December 3, 2004, and whose mother is a citizen of India is also a citizen of India. Article 8 provides that any person who is registered as a citizen of India by the Government of India on or after January 26, 1950, is also a citizen of India. Article 9 states that any person who is naturalized as a citizen of India by the Government of India on or after January 26, 1950, is also a citizen of India. Article 10 provides that any person who is a citizen of India by descent on or after January 26, 1950, is also a citizen of India. Article 11 clarifies that any person who is not a citizen of India on January 26, 1950, but who subsequently becomes a citizen of India by registration, naturalization, or descent is also a citizen of India.
Fema Act ( NRI, NRO AND FCNR)
The FEMA Act is an act of the Indian Parliament which provides for the regulation of certain payments and dealings in foreign exchange and foreign security transactions.
The Non-Resident Indians (NRI) are Indian citizens who live outside the Republic of India. The Non-Resident Indians (NRO) are Indian citizens who have temporarily migrated to another country for work, business or education. The Foreign Currency Non-Resident (FCNR) account is a type of bank account that allows Indian citizens living abroad to save their money in foreign currency.
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