Constitution and Government
Forms of Government
Franchise and Representation
Organs of the Government
- What is an Executive
- Functions of Executive
- Discretionary Power of the President
- Civil Service
- Difference Between the Political Executive and the Permanent Executive
- Political Executive in India and U.S.A. - a Comparative Study
- Powers and Functions of Executive Heads of U.S.A. (President)
- Changing Role of the Indian Prime Minister in the Coalition Era (1996 Onwards) - with Reference to Increasing Role of Regional Political Parties
- Introduction and Composition of Judiciary
- Conditions of Independence of Judiciary
- Judiciary in India and U.S.A
- Judicial Review
- Principles and Critical Evaluation with Special Reference to U.S.A. and India
- Judicial Activism
- Judicial Restraint
- Supreme Court - Composition, Qualifications of Judges, Appointment
- Characteristics of Indian Constitution
- Salient Features of the Indian Constitution - Written and Comprehensive
- Federal Structure with Unitary Spirit
- Partly Rigid and Partly Flexible
- Single Citizenship
- Single Integrated and Independent Judiciary
- Emergency Powers
- Special Provisions for Schedule Castes and Schedule Tribes.
Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles
Democracy in India - a Perspective of the Challenges Faced
- Challenges Faced by the Indian Democracy - Caste
- Challenges Faced by the Indian Democracy - Communalism
- Challenges Faced by the Indian Democracy - Regionalism
- Challenges Faced by the Indian Democracy - Political Violence
- Strengthening Indian Democracy - Measures to Overcome the Challenges Faced by Indian Democracy
composition and powers of Indian Supreme Court and American Supreme Court.
Answer briefly the following question.
Explain the statement ‘American President can pigeon hole any bill’.
Do you agree with the view that the Supreme Court of India is the most powerful apex court in the world ? Explain the reasons for your answer.