GS Paper 2

  • Parliamentary Committees, Types, Need and Significance

    As Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government settles into its third term, the focus now shifts to the reconstitution of parliamentary committees—an integral part of India's legislative process. These committees are crucial for scrutinizing bills, offering policy recommendations, and ensuring that...

    Published On June 12th, 2024
  • Pro-Tem Speaker of Lok Sabha, Appointment, Oath, Functions

    A "pro-tem speaker" refers to a temporary speaker appointed to preside over a legislative body, such as a parliament or a congress, when the regular speaker is unavailable or when a new legislative session begins and the permanent speaker has...

    Published On June 11th, 2024
  • Speaker of Lok Sabha, History, Election, Role, Duties and Removal

    The Speaker of the Lok Sabha serves as the presiding officer and the highest authority of the Lok Sabha, the lower house of India's Parliament. The Speaker is generally elected during the first meeting of the Lok Sabha following general...

    Published On June 11th, 2024
  • Cabinet Ministers of India 2024 in Modi 3.0, Updated List with Portfolio

    Each Cabinet Minister oversees policy formulation, implementation, and governance within their respective domains. Read this article to get an Updated List of Cabinet Ministers of India 2024 in Modi 3.0 government formation on 9th June 2024. Modi. PM Modi took...

    Published On June 11th, 2024
  • List of Prime Ministers of India 1947 to 2024, New PM of India

    Narendra Modi was sworn in as Prime Minister of India for the third consecutive time on 9th June 2024, ushering in a new era of coalition politics for India's strongman leader. This is historic as no Prime Minister other than...

    Published On June 10th, 2024
  • Electoral System in India, Background, Features, Process, Types

    The election process in India is the cornerstone of its vibrant democracy, ensuring the participation of citizens in choosing their representatives. Governed by constitutional provisions and election statutes, this structured process is pivotal in maintaining the integrity and efficiency of...

    Published On June 5th, 2024
  • Difference between Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha with their Functions

    Difference Between Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha : India is the Federation’s state represented in the Rajya Sabha, while the Lok Sabha speaks for all India’s citizens. As per the Indian constitution, the parliament is bicameral, consisting of Lok Sabha and...

    Published On June 5th, 2024
  • Party System in India, Feature, Importance and Function

    Political parties are the cornerstone of democratic governance, serving as vehicles for political participation, representation, and governance. They are voluntary associations or organized groups of individuals who share similar political views and aspire to influence government policies and gain political...

    Published On June 1st, 2024
  • Fundamental Rights of Indian Constitution Articles12-35

    Fundamental Rights, enshrined in Articles 12-35 of the Indian Constitution, constitute a cornerstone of India's democratic framework. Comprising six key rights including the Right to Life, Right to Dignity, and Right to Education, these rights are regarded as inviolable privileges...

    Published On June 1st, 2024
  • National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), Functions, Chairman

    National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) Context: The Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions (GANHRI), based in Geneva, has deferred the accreditation of the National Human Rights Commission of India (NHRC) for the second consecutive year. This decision could impact...

    Published On May 21st, 2024