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Centre State Relations - Administrative Relations I
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In this lesson, the administrative relations between the centre and the states dealt with under Articles 256, 257, 258 and 258A - the constitutional duty of the state to carry on its executive functions in accordance with the Centre made laws, the power of the Centre to issue directives to the State with respect to its properties and entrustment of centre's executive powers to the state and vice versa are explained

Deepika Reddy Magham is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Deepika Reddy Magham
BCA, LLB, MBA; Director, Shikara IAS Academy; 10 years experience in teaching Indian Polity, Ethics, Indian Society and Social Justice.

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mam thank you for the revision, i would like to say that you are explaining very well but some typical hindi words like jal, aahar,, sukshmjiv, if you dont mention such words in detail then also its fine, coz i think people will relate it, ryt??, and one more thing mam, please mention imp. name and detail as imp while you teaching, eg. some name, some detail which can be asked in exam, thats all, and once again thanks, your are doing awesome work, keep it up, god bless you
maam under Article 258 & 258a, are the president and Governor acting in their discretionary capacity or acting according to advice tendered by respective council of ministers?
Virgo President is bound by the advice of the Council but not governor as Governor is mot bound by the advice
Mam, you are the best of all educator by far in Unacademy, thankyou for all the courses. Eagerly waiting for more. I keep on checking the notification looking for new lessons every day and its been a while now since the last video. Is there any other platform where I can follow where entire polity /Indian constitution is covered?
I will upload the lessons David
Ma'am, your teaching style is excellent with exact information. very very valuable for any aspirant. please make a course on Indian Parliament. In Laxmikanth, it is the biggest chapter. To digest this kind of topic your guidance is badly needed. Another tricky chapter is emergency provisions. please try to make a course on this chapter also. Thank you for your encouragement and support.
clear my doubt why STATE and center clashes on some matter. Ma'am, i know you will be making MCQ or mains question courses relating to the particular...if it would be possible for you Ma'am to mention some of the question that have asked or may be asked in exam so that my mind would possibly think on that track also..your lessons are ultimate, i just listen to the explanation of each and every word that you elaborate is enough. yes it required revision from my side. thank you, Madam.
clear my doubt on small difference among art 249,250,252,253,356
  1. CENTRE-STATE RELATIONS ADMINISTRATIVE RELATIONS M.DEEPIKA REDDY VERIFIED EDUCATOR - UNACADEMY FACULTY - CIVIL SERVICES


  2. OBLIGATION OF STATES & THE UNION Article 256- states that the executive power of every State shall be exercised in compliance with the laws made by the Parliament.


  3. CONTROL OF UNION OVER THE STATES states that icle Central Government under this article may direct the state government to protect the properties belonging to the Union, located in the territory of that state. The State government must follow such orders, any violation of their orders is considered as violation of the constitution. The cost incurred by the state government in carrying out their responsibilities will be paid by the Centre.


  4. UNION CONEERS POWERS ON STATES Article 258 - empowers the President to with the consent of the Governor of a state, entrust either conditionally of unconditionally any administrative functions related to the executve power of the Union to the state government.


  5. ENTRUST STATE EUNCTIONS Hi Article 258(A) _ empowers the Governor of the state to with the consent of the government of India entrust either conditionally or unconditionally to the union government functions which fall under the jurisdiction of the executive power of the state.