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  2. l am Aartee Mishra Graduated from Delhi University, Topper in all my semesters, Pursuing P.G and preparing for CSE. You can findall my courses at https:/unacademy.com/userIranianmishra2011 Also by Downloading the Unacademy Learning app from the Google Playstore


  3. Nehru Report NEHRU REPORT (1928) As an answer to Lord Birkenhead's challenge, an Al Parties Conference met in February 1928 and appointed a subcommittee under the chairmanship of Motilal Nehru to draft a constitution Motilal Nehu and 8 other leaders drafted const tution. Main Recommendations The Nehru Report confined itself to British India, as it envisaged the future link-up of British India with the princely states on a federal basis. For the dominion it recommended 1. Dominion status on lines of self-governing dominions as the form of government desired by Indians (much to the chagrin of younger, militant section-Nehru being prominent among them) 2. Rejection of separate electorates which had been the basis of constitutional reforms so far; instead, a demand for joint electorates with reservation of seats for Muslims at the centre and in provinces where they were in minority (and not in those where Muslims were in majority, such as Punjab and Bengal) in proportion to the Muslim population there with right to contest additional seats


  4. Nehru Report Main Recommendations 3. Linguistic provinces 4. Nineteen fundamental rights including equal rights for women, right to form unions, and universal adult suffrage 5. Responsible government at the centre and in provinces -The Indian Parliament at the centre to consist of a 500member House of Representatives elected on the basis of adult suffrage, a 200-member Senate to be elected by provincial councils, the House of Representatives to have a tenure of 5 years and the Senate, one of 7 years; the central government to be headed by a governor-general, appointed by the British Government but paid out of Indian revenues, who would act on the advice of the central executive council responsible to the Parliament Provincial councils to have a 5-year tenure, headed by a- governor acting on the advice of the provincial executive council


  5. The Muslim and Hindu Communal Responses Earlier, in December 1927, a large number of Muslim leaders had met at Delhi at the Muslim League session and evolved four proposals for Muslim demands to be incorporated in the draft constitution. These proposals, which were accepted by the Madras session of the Congress (December 1927), came to be known as the 'Delhi Proposals'. These were Joint electorates in place of separate electorates with reserved seats for Muslims One-third representation to Muslims in Central Legislative Assembly population Formation of three new Muslim majority provinces- Sindh, Baluchistan . Representation to Muslims in Punjab and Bengal in proportion to their and North-West Frontier Province


  6. Complete course of History Ancient, Medieval, Modern History with Art and Culture (Combined) Prelims & Mains 2018 Comprehensively cover entire History course of Ancient, Course Starting from Medieval, Modern with Art and Culture Elaborately explain topics 24 detailed lessons covering all the essential topics related to 23rd April ,1:30-3pmHistory UPSC Civil Services Prelims and Mains Examination on academy Plus Ancient History from NCERT book class 6 to12 Medieval History, Art & Culture from Tamil Nadu History book Modern History from Spectrum At the end of the program adept and able to solve the exam based test papers Modern Historyfrom oive the eam


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