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Non-Constitutional Bodies for UPSC CSE/CDS/CAPF (in Hindi)
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Akhilesh Yadav
Perfect Presence Award 🌞Expert in Indian Polity|Graduate-DELHI UNIVERSITY|Qualified UPSC CDS,AFCAT |Appeared in SSB|NCC ‘C’ certificate

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  1. Introduction Akhilesh Kumar Yadav . Graduated From University of Delhi B.A Program (History ,Political Science) Qualified UPSC CDS 2018 . Qualified AFCAT 2018 Appeared in SSB Twice https:/unacademy.com/user/akhileshyadav329


  2. NON-CONSTITUTIONAL BODIES AND STATUTORY BODIES


  3. Central Information Commission CENTRAL VIGILANCE COMMISSION National Human Rights Commission CENTRAL VIGILANCE COMMISSION INTEGRITY PLEDGE HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION ENTRAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION THE LOKPAL AND LOKAYUKTAS ACT. 2013


  4. What are Non-Constitutional Bodies . Those bodies which are constituted by an executive resolution of the Government Of India (i.e., Union Cabinet) . They body helps the Government in carrying out its business in various fields for which purpose the body is constituted and members of the body assists the Government. They are also called Extra Constitutional Bodies.


  5. Non-Constitutional Bodies An Non-Constitutional body is an institution of government which is not defined in Constitution of India Examples are NITI Ayog (earlier Planning Commission), UIDAI(Unique Identification Authority of India)


  6. What are Statutory Bodies? 1. A statutory body is one that derives its existence and authority from a statute. Statutory bodies are those extra- constitutional bodies which are created by the act passed in the parliament of India. 2.


  7. 3. The goals and objectives of a statutory authority are explicitly set out in the Originating act or in subsequent governmental guidance or instruction 4. Such bodies are subject to change by a respective change in the law governing them. 5. Statutory bodies can simply be abolished by an act of the parliament with the simple majority 6. Examples are NHRC, CVC, CIC, CBI, NGT etc