DMPQ- . Why is left wing extremism (Maoism violence) is still persistence even after so many government efforts?

In areas under Maoist domination, the absence of governance becomes a self- fulfilling prophecy since the delivery systems are extinguished through killings and intimidation. The objective of the CPI (Maoist) Party is the armed overthrow of the Indian State. They do not have any belief in parliamentary democracy. Many areas in the fringes of the … Read more

DMPQ- 74th Constitutional amendment act is an important milestone in journey of evolution of urban bodies. Elucidate.

. This Act has added a new Part IX-A to the Constitution of India. It is entitled ‘The Municipalities’ and consists of provisions from Articles 243-P to 243-ZG. In addition, the act has also added a new Twelfth Schedule to the Constitution. This schedule contains eighteen functional items of municipalities. It deals with Article 243-W. … Read more

DMPQ- Comment on the important recommendations of Balwant Rai Mehta committee for Panchayati Raj system.

In January 1957, the Government of India appointed a committee to examine the working of the Community Development Programme (1952) and the National Extension Service (1953) and to suggest measures for their better working. The chairman of this committee was Balwant Rai G Mehta. The committee submitted its report in November 1957 and recommended the … Read more

DMPQ- . Discuss the important provisions of article 371 of constitution for Maharashtra and Gujrat.

Articles 371 to 371-J in Part XXI of the constitution contain special provisions for eleven states  viz., Maharashtra, Gujarat, Nagaland, Assam, Manipur, Andhra Pradesh, Sikkim, Mizoram, Arunachal Pradesh, Goa and Karnataka. The intention behind them is to meet the aspirations of the people of backward regions of the states or to protect the cultural and … Read more

DMPQ- . Discuss the constitutional provisions placed to ensure the independence of High courts in India.

The independence of a high court is very essential for the effective discharge of the duties assigned to it. It should be free from the encroachments, pressures and interferences of the executive (council of ministers) and the legislature. It should be allowed to do justice without fear or favour. The Constitution has made the following … Read more

DMPQ- categorize the different parliamentary privilages placed in constitution.

. Parliamentary privileges can be classified into two broad categories: Those that are enjoyed by each House of Parliament collectively, and Those that are enjoyed by the members individually. Collective Privileges The privileges belonging to each House of Parliament collectively are: In has the right to publish its reports, debates and proceedings and also the … Read more

DMPQ- Throw light on the hurdles of land reforms in India.

The efforts towards land reform are tardy and slow in India. Following reasons can be  attributed for poor progress of land reforms. Absence of Reliable Records The absence of reliable and updated land records is  the biggest hurdle for the slow progress of land reforms. The reporting system is weak  and irregular and there has … Read more

DMPQ- Elucidate the concept of Collective responsibility in parliamentary democracy.

The fundamental principle underlying the working of parliamentary system of government is the principle of collective responsibility. Article 75 clearly states that the council of ministers is collectively responsible to the Lok Sabha. This means that all the ministers own joint responsibility to the Lok Sabha for all their acts of ommission and commission. They … Read more

DMPQ- Define the concept of Good governance and discuss various aspects of it.

Good Governance is an approach to government that is committed to creating a system founded in justice and peace that protects individual’s human rights and civil liberties. According to the United Nations, Good Governance is measured by the eight factors of Participation, Rule of Law, Transparency, Responsiveness, Consensus Oriented, Equity and Inclusiveness, Effectiveness and Efficiency, … Read more

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