A Period of Transition
The Growth of Nationalism
India in the 18th Century
Traders to Rulers
British Policies and Impacts
The Great Uprising of 1857
India's Struggle for Freedom
The Three Main Organs of the Indian Government: Legislature, Executive, Judiciary
- Indian Government: Legislature
- Indian Government: Executive
- Indian Government: the Judiciary
- The Supreme Court and High Court
- Jurisdiction and Functions
- Powers and Functions of Union Parliament
- Composition and Powers of the House of Representatives and the Senate, Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha
- Council of Ministers and the Cabinet
- Supreme Court - Composition, Qualifications of Judges, Appointment
- High Courts - Composition, Qualifications of Judges, Appointment
- The President, The Vice-President, Prime Minister and Council of Ministers- qualifications,
election (method not procedure) powers and functions
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