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Constitutional Bodies
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Covers all Constitutional Bodies in one Mindmap stating important functions of each.

Prasanna Naidu
Law Grad | Blogger & YouTuber @ BuddingLawyers | Interested in Legal tech, Entrepreneurship, Judicial Reforms |

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Ma'am plz make a video on next chapters...
Trupti Dhamija
a year ago
will be adding more videos tomorrow
  1. Election Commission composed of Chief Election Commissioner + other C Functions Direction, control, elections Parliament, State Legislatures, office of President & VP for panchayats & municipalities State Election Commission Attorney General of Indial Advocate General of India Chief Law Officer of Govt give advice to Govt on legal matters on behalf of Govt in Courts Union Public Service Commission/ State Public Service Commission Composed of Chairman & other members Removal-Insolvent, Paid employment outside, Unfit Functions recruit All India Services, Central Services- perform such other duties assigned advices Govt Constitutional Bodies Comptroller Auditor General Conducts Audit of expenditure, Ascertain- money disbursed - purpose utilised 3 Audit Reports (appropriation accounts, finance accounts, public undertakings) President lays reports before Parliament - Public Accounts Committee examines findings to Parliament Finance Commission composed of Chairman + 4 members Functions - distribution of net proceeds of taxes. grants in aid to States, other matters Commission report to President- President National Commission for SCs National Commission for STs memorandum before Parliament Composed of Chairperson, Vice-Chairperson & 3 members Special Officer for Linguistic Minorities investigate matters - safeguards- linguistic Functions- investigate matters safeguards for SCs/STs, inquire into specific complaints, advice in socio- eco development of SCsISTs minorities Commission report to President -President memorandum before Parliament Commission- report to President - President memorandum before Parliament