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Fundamental Duties - Committees
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The two committees on the fundamental duties - Sardar Swaran Singh Committee and Verma Committee - their appointment, purpose and recommendations 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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A dishonest shop keeper uses false weight. He gains 20% on purchasing and 20% on selling his profit percentage is ?.. sir eee question eluppathil cheyyan ulla vazhi paranju tharamo
Ismaiel Kalady
a year ago
Check my profit and loss course in unacademy. Total net profit kanan.. 100 to 120 then again 20 % of 120 add cheyya so 144. profit % = 44%
Vishnu Karette
a year ago
Thanku sir
REALLY UR THE BEST TEACHER FOR POLITY ..........Thank you so much mam
welcome Mohammad
Hello Ma'am, good afternoon. First of all thank you for the wonderful session, I really admire your way to making us understand Polity. My question is: were all the recommendations of verma committee accepted?
Ma'am but you said that Duty to vote is still not a Fundamental Duty.

  2. COMMITTEES-FUNDAMENTAL DUTIES 1. Sardar Swaran Singh Committee 2. Verma Committee

  3. SARDAR SWARAN SINGH COMMITTEE appointed in 1976 by the then Congress Government under the Prime - Ministership of Mrs. Indira Gandhi to recommend on Fundamental Duties

  4. NEED FOR THE COMMITTEE As stated by the then Prime Minister "the moral value of fundamental duties would be not to smoother rights but to establish a democratic balance by making the people conscious of their duties equally as they are conscious of their rights."

  5. RECOMMENDATIONS inclusion of Fundamental Duties as a separate part in the Constitution. to include the duty to pay taxes to make fundamental duties justiciable

  6. VERMA COMMITTEE ON FUNDAMENTAL DUTIES - appointed by the Human Resource Development Ministry, Government of India - in 1999 - to to work out a strategy as well as methodology of operationalizing a countrywide programme for teaching fundamental duties in every educationa institution as a measure of inservice training

  7. OBSERVATIONS 1. Prevention of Insults to National Honour Act, 1971 2. The Emblems and Names (Prevention of Improper Use) Act 1950 3. Flag Code of India, made available to all the State Governments, and Union territory Administration (UTs).

  8. OBSERVATIONS 4. Representation of People's Act declares that soliciting of vote on the ground of religion and the promotion or attempt to promote feelings of enmity or hatred between different classes of citizens of India on the grounds of religion, race, caste, community or language is a corrupt practice 5. The protection of Civil Rights Act (1955) 6. The Wildlife (Protection) Act of 1972 7. The Forest (Conservation) Act of 1980

  9. RECOMMENDATIONS duty to vote at elections duty to actively participate in the democratic process of governance - duty to pay taxes should be included in Article 51A of the Constitution