INDIAN POLITY

Indian Polity is a significant subject for Civil Service Exam. Notes making is a significant errand while planning for the test. As said, Polity is one of the important subjects of IAS Exam for both Prelims and Mains (GS-II).

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INDEX

Aspirants can refer to Indian Polity notes on the important topics for UPSC 2021 from the table below:

 

PART-I (CONSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK)

CHAPTER NO CHAPTERS
             1 HISTORICAL EVOLUTION, MAKING &FEATURES OF THE CONSTITUTION
             2 PREAMBLE OF CONSTITUTION
             3 BASIC STRUCTURE OF CONSTITUTION
             4 UNION AND ITS TERRITORIES
             5 CITIZENSHIP
             6 FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS (FRs)
             7 DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY
             8 FUNDAMENTAL DUTIES
             9 AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION

 

PART -II (SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT)

            10 PARLIAMENTARY SYSTEM
            11 FEDERAL GOVERNANCE
            12 CENTRE- STATE RELATIONS
            13 INTER- STATE RELATIONS
            14 EMERGENCY PROVISIONS

 

PART – III (CENTRAL GOVERNMENT)

           15 PRESIDENT OF INDIA
           16 VICE – PRESIDENT
           17 PRIME MINISTER
           18 PRIME MINISTER’S OFFICE
           19 UNION COUNCIL OF MINISTERS
           20 CABINET COMMITTEE
           21 PARLIAMENT

 

PART -IV (STATE GOVERNMENT)

           22 GOVERNER
           23 CHIEF MINISTER
           24 STATE COUNCIL OF MINISTERS
          25 STATE LEGISLATURE-ARTICLE 168-212 (PART VI-STATE)
          26 SPECIAL PROVISIONS FOR SOME STATES                                              

PART-V (JUDICIARY)

         27 SUPREME COURT
         28 HIGH COURT
         29 SUBORDINATE COURTS
         30 GRAM NYAYALAYAS/FAMILY COURTS
         31 TRIBUNALS
         32 NATIONAL GREEN TRIBUNAL (NGT)
         33 ALTERNATE DISPUTE REDRESSAL MECHANISM
         34 NALSA

 

PART-VI (LOCAL GOVERNMENT)   

        35 PANCHAYAT RAJ
        36 MUNICIPALITIES

 

PART-VII (UTs AND SPECIAL AREAS)

        37 UNION TERRITORIES
        38 PESA ACT OF 1996 (EXTENSION ACT)

 

PART-VIII (CONSTITUTIONAL BODIES)

        39 ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA (ARTICLE 324-329) (PART-XV)
        40 UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION (UPSC)
        41 STATE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION (SPSC) ARTICLE 315-323 (PART- XIV)
        42 JOINT PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION Article 315 to 323 (Part XIV)
        43 FINANCE COMMISSION (ARTICLE 280)
        44 NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR SC’s (ARTICLE 338)
        45 NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR ST’s (Article 338)
        46 NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR BACKWARD CLASSES (ARTICLE 338-B)
        47 SPECIAL OFFICER FOR LINGUISTIC MINORITIES    (Art. 350B)
        48 COMPTROLLER AND AUDITOR GENERAL OF INDIA (Art. 148)
        49 ATTORNEY GENERAL (ARTICLE -76)
        50 ADVOCATE GENERAL (ART. 165)
        51 CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES (Art. 243 ZH-243 ZT – Part IX B)
        52 OFFICIAL LANGUAGE ARTICLE 343-351 (PART XVII)

 

PART-IX (NON-CONSTITUTIONAL BODIES)    

       53 NITI AAYOG
       54 NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION (NHRC)
       55 STATE HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION (SHRC)
       56 CENTRAL INFORMATION COMMISSION (CIC)
       57 STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION (SIC)
       58 CENTRAL VIGILANCE COMMISSION (CVC)
       59 CENTRAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION (CBI)
      60 LOKPAL AND LOKAYUKTAS
      61 LOKAYUKTAS

 

PART-X (MISCELLANEOUS)    

     62 ANTI-DEFECTION LAW
     63 PRESSURE GROUPS
     64 LAW COMMISSION OF INDIA