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Historical Background of Indian Constitution - Indian Polity. Important Polity discussion for your upcoming examination.

Bibhuti Bhusan Swain
Verified and Star Educator at Unacademy YouTube Channel "Gyanasikhya" 1 year online teaching experience on OPSC Teaching is my Passion..

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  1. INDIAN POLITY HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF INDIAN CONSTITUTION (3 PARLIAMENT OF INDIA_


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  4. Company rule in India Company rule in India (Company Raj) refers to the rule or dominion of the British East India Company over parts of the Indian subcontinent. This is variously taken to have commenced in 1757, after the Battle of Plassey, when Mir Jafar, the new Nawab of Bengal enthroned by Robert Clive, became a puppet in the Company's hands In 1765, when the Company was granted the diwani, or the right to collect revenue, in Bengal and Bihar In 1773, when the Company established a capital in Calcutta, appointed its first Governor-General, Warren Hastings, and became directly involved in governance.


  5. Company rule in India By 1818, with the defeat of the Marathas, followed by the pensioning of the Peshwa and the annexation of his territories, British supremacy in India was complete


  6. INDIAN POLITY EXAM ORIENTED QUESTIONS LAW PARLIAMENT OF INDIA_


  7. Regulating Act 1773 The Regulating Act was passed in the British Parliament in June 1773 It was the first parliamentary ratification and authorization defining the powers and authority of the East India Company with respect to its Indian possessions. Reasons for passing the Act: -The East India Company was in severe financial crisis and had asked a loan of i million pounds from the British government in 1772. Allegations of corruption and nepotism were rampant against company officials. -The Dual form of administration instituted by Robert Clive was complex and drawing a lot of complaints


  8. Regulating Act 1773 -The farmers and the general population suffered as their improvement was neglected and the company was only concerned with maximising revenue. neglected ith maximising revenueent -The defeat of the company against Mysore's Hyder Ali in 1769.


  9. Regulating Act 1773- (Provisions of The Regulating Act) This act permitted the company to retain its territorial possessions in India but sought to regulate the activities and functioning of the company. It did not take over power completely, hence called 'regulating. The act provided for appointment of a Governor-General along with four Councillors in the Presidency of Fort William (Calcutta), jointly called the Governor-General in Council As per this, Warren Hastings was appointed as the Governor-General of the Presidency of Fort William. The Governors in Councils at Madras and Bombay were brought under the control of Bengal, especially in matters of foreign policy.


  10. Regulating Act 1773 - (Provisions of The Regulating Act) The company directors were elected for a period of five years and one-fourth of them were to retire every year. The company directors were directed to make public all correspondence on revenue, civil and military matters with Indian authorities before the British authorities


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