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Overview of the Course: Parliamentary Processes & Instruments
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This lesson provides an overview of the course, Understanding of Parliamentary Processes and Instruments. Bhavin throws light on what one would gain after watching this lesson and for whom all this course would be beneficial. He also discusses the topics he would be teaching in the upcoming lessons.

Bhavin Sangoi
BA Political Science and Psychology, Mumbai University. Teaching Polity, Economics and international relations for 7 years.

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Your courses are helping us transform into responsible citizen. Suggestions: 1. include quotes as you used to do while you were on youtube platform. It motivated us. 2. please make a course on how to manage time while working. 3. How to analyse and improve our performance after giving a mock test series. 4. How to maintain momentum during preparation. Can you share your strategy which keeps you going? Thank you :)
Jatin Verma
2 years ago
All I would say is- Do Good to others, do your work honestly. Even if you have encountered failures, they must be temporary.If you are morally eligible, you will be there sooner or later. Details later:)
Drasser Fox
2 years ago
how to adjust time management for working people plz share sir!!!!
Manisha Singhal
2 years ago
sir plz tell if u going to start pib anaylsis this tym or not
sir please make more vedio on polity .your way of teaching is very effective and easily understandable.
nice lesson sir tmari teaching ni method sari rite samjay aevi che
sir plz make a lesson on contitutional n non constitutional bodies
Unless sooner dissolved or there is an extension of the term, there is an automatic dissolution of the Lok Sabha by efflux of time, at the end of the period of five years, even if no formal order of dissolution is issued by the President. Is this statement correct?
Bhavin Sangoi
3 years ago
Yes, this statement is correct because constitution has fixed the normal term of Loksabha for five years. So that means unless it is extended by Parliament during Emergency or is sooner dissolved. It automatically get dissolved after five years, that is why general elections are conducted before five years are completed so that the new government remains ready when the previous government is dissolved.
Sir make me clear these terms like expenditure charged upon and expenditure charge from consolidated fund of india, redemption charges, redemption of debts, sinking funds......will be very thankful to u
  1. Course: Gain an understanding of Parliamentary Processes and Instruments Lesson Overview Presented by Bhavin Sangoi

  2. About me . B.A in Political Science & Psychology . Appeared in UPSC CSE Mains Teaching Indian Polity, International Relations, economics & mental Ability since 5 years Experience of teaching for various competitive exams such as NTSE, CET & UPSC Follow me on:

  3. Objective This course will help you to understand various processes and instruments, that Parliament uses: To ensure financial and legislative accountability of government To form, guide and educate the public opinion To represent the interest of people

  4. Target audience . This lecture will help students giving UPSC and State PCS exam . Helpful for students of B. A and M. A in Universities, studying Political Science and Public Administration . Any person who is interested in learning how Indian democracy Any person who is interested in learning how Indian democracy works

  5. Contribute If this course is helping you in any way, please pay a voluntary professional fees by clicking on Contribute' It will really motivate me to come up with better and more engaging courses! rofessional fees by cli1c

  6. Overview Lesson 1 Budgetary Powers of Parliament Lesson 2 Additional Budgetary powers Lesson 3 Enactment of Budget Lesson 4 Parliamentary Committees . Lesson 5 Standing Committees of Parliament

  7. Overview . Lesson 6 Financial Committees of Parliament . Lesson 7 Parliamentary Motions and Resolution Lesson 8 Motions in Lok Sabha Lesson 9- Impeachment and Removal . Lesson 10 Simple and Effective Majorities

  8. Overview Lesson 11 Absolute and Special Majorities . Lesson 12 Anti- Defection law Lesson 13 Operation of Anti-Defection Law Lesson 14 Funds and Borrowing . Lesson 15 Money Bill

  9. Overview . Lesson 16 Speaker of Lok Sabha . Lesson 17 Amendment Powers of Parliament Lesson 18 Manner of Election of President Lesson 19 Council of Ministers . Lesson 20 Position of Rajya Sabha