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15 lessons,
2h 38m
Centre State Relations - Overview
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In this lesson, a complete overview of the course - division of powers between the Centre and the states, committees constituted on Centre state Relations, bodies constituted to facilitate centre state relations and federalism in India - 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, ur teaching is really awesome bt pls complete the course!! we people waiting eagerly
Mam let me know the difference between reorganization of states and creation of states as well as Y india adopted federation y not confederation or unitary...?
Anjana reorganisation of states means redrawing the boundaries of the existing states whereas creation of states means creating a new state by dividing an existing state and so on
India adopted a federal form of government because of the geographical size and population. Confederation does not suit India because of its diversity
Madam, I have a querry: In the polity course launched today, there are 2 sessions mentioned on 20th september viz: Powers and Functions of President and Powers and Functions of Governer. So which is it going to be on 20th? And if there is any change... what is the change of date?
a year ago
Also same querry for curriculum of 8th october. IT is being repeated twice. Pls confirm
hi Nikhil I will need two sessions for the powers and functions as it is a lengthy topic. Yes 8th October is repeated.
a year ago
Understandable madam that u need 2 lectures for power and function. but both have been dated 20th september.. should it not be on 2 separate days?
Yes it should have been 20th and 21st. it is a type error
In Fundamental Rights, Article 21A tells that right to education between the age of 6 to 14 years is a Fundamental Rights but Fundamental duties tells is, 11th Fundamental duties which was added by 86 constitutional amendment act,2002, to provides opportunities for education to his child or ward between the age of 6 and 14 yearss. Therefore right to education is Fundamental Right or Fundamental duties.
right to education is a fundamental right for children between 6 TO 14 years and in order to ensure that it is implemented properly a duty to send children their to school is imposed on the parents and guardians
Abhishek kumar
a year ago
you have wonderfully explained the right to education is Fundamental Rights or Fundamental duties. Thanks a lot.
Anjali Sharma
a year ago
Great ma'm
Thanks Mam! Please take care of 2019 aspirants too by completing the tropics of Indian Polity( As we all know that, these days you are quite busy in guiding mains aspirants). Please guide us for , WHAT SHOULD BE OUR STRATEGY FOR CSE 2019 PRELIMS, keeping in mind, the trends( pattern of questions) of this year( 2018 Prelims)? Where should we focus more to handle these type of Qs/challenges with an ease. A DETAILED COURSE ON CSE 2018( P) explaining these points is requested.
Hi Alok. Sure I will make a course on approach to 2019 Prelims including analysis of the last five years question papers.
Alok Verma
a year ago
Thanks a lot!

  2. OVERVIEW 1. Division of powers 2. Committees on Centre State Relations 3. Bodies - Authorities established for Centre State Relations 4. Federalism in India

  3. DIVISION OF POWERS 1. Legislative Relations 2. Administrative Relations 3. Financial Relations

  4. COMMITTEES 1. Sarkaria Commission 2. Punchhi Commission 3. Raj Mannar Commission

  5. AUTHORITIES 1. Inter state Council 2. Zonal Councils NITI Aayog 4. Inter-state River Water dispute Tribunals 5. River Management Boards 6. GST Council

  6. FEDERALISM IN INDIA 1. Meaning of federation 2. Federalism as envisaged in Indian Constitution 3. Unitary features 4. Federal features