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Part I Gain Insights into Union - State Administrative Relations
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In this course so far Bhavin has brought up various factors involving the relationship of center and state governments. In this lesson, he has come with the concepts which are relating to the center and state governments administrative relationships. As the lesson begins the light is thrown upon article 73 where the executive powers of the union list and of other residuary matters are discussed. Then he explains how parliament may confer the power or impose duties on state officer under article 258(2). Then he shifts his focus on explaining the executive powers of state list under articles like article 162 and article and article 258 (A). Finally, he throws light on the concurrent list under the article 73 and 162.

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

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very nice explaiation helped me a l ot
Swati Agarwal
7 months ago
thanks a lot
Make a video on political science
Bhavin sir...I want to bring it to Unacademy's kind notice that the concept of 'span of concentration ' has nothing to do in online video lectures. So, instead effort should be towards comprehensive coverage of topic.
Sir, what is the difference between absolute & pocket veto of president of India?
Bhavin Sangoi
3 years ago
I have replied to your question on the comment section of the lecture causes of Cooperative Federalism. Please read it.
Swaroop M D
3 years ago
@Sakshi Absolute Veto: Power to withhold the bill by president which is passed by parliment. In case of Pocket Veto, President neither ratifies or rejects the bill, bill is kept pending for an indefinte period. In case of India, we have Absolute, Suspensive and Pocket veto.
Swaroop M D
3 years ago
@Sakshi further reading: Indian Polity Laxmikanth 17.10
Sir, Thanks for d video.... A kind request U complete d series asap... Only a month left for Prelims... Everyone is already on nerves. It would b grt if U complete asap.... N also any video on topics that U think we should know for this prelims.
Thank you sir but with respect u,r lecturing is too fast:)
Bhavin Sangoi
3 years ago
In general I'm volluble orator, however when I teach something in classroom, I reduce my speed. But at Unacademy I'm required to complete my lecture within 10 minutes hence I speak very fast. Because even if a sentence is half spoken the software automatically winds up the lecture at exactly 10th minute. Many times it has happened that just because of last sentence recorded half, I had to record the whole lecture again.
Deepak Paliwal
3 years ago
U CAN USE MAINTAIN UR SPEED WITH ICON NEAR VOLUME. BUT THIS MY REQUEST TO COPE WITH SPEED OF SIR AND MAKE UR MIND TO ADJUST WITH THE SPEED. THIS IS GOOD INITIATIVE FROM UNACADEMY TO COMPLETE LECTURE WITHIN 10MIN BECAUSE OF CONCENTRATION SPAN. RATHER I M REVISING ON 1.5X :) THANKS TO BHAVIN SIR FOR AWESOME LECTURES.......MAKE VIDEOS AT FAST PACE AS UR LECTURE
Bhavin Sangoi
3 years ago
Thank you Deepak for appreciation. Yes, I understand that students want more lectures at fast pace, and I have not made a lecture in last one month. Many students have been reminding me about this. Actually I am told not to make lectures for sometime as some changes are being figured out. What those changes are, I am not aware. When those changes will be done and I'll get to make lectures again, I'm completely oblivious. That's why lectures are on hold. Will make more lectures as soon as I get the signal.
  1. Course Name: In-depth study of Centre State Relations Lesson Name: Union - State Administrative Relations - I PRESENTED BY BHAVIN SANGOI


  2. About me B.A in Political Science & Psychology V Appeared in U vTeaching Indian Polity, International Relations, economics &mental Ability since 5 years PSC CSE Mains Experience of teaching for various competitive exams such as NTSE, CET & UPSC Course Fee: CONTRIBUTE Follow me on: https://Unacademy.in/user/BhavinSangoi


  3. Union list/residuary matters/treaty and agreement According to Article 73, Executive power of Union extends to the subjects of Union list, Residuary matters and any provision of treaty or agreement signed by the Government of India


  4. Union list/residuary matters/treaty and agreement According to article 258(2), Parliament may by law confer the Power or impose duties on states or its officers, on any subject on which State does not have power to make laws, in which the said law applies


  5. State list VAccording to Article 162, Executive powers of the State extends to all the subjects of state list VAccording to article 258 (A) Governor of a state can, with the consent of Government of India, entrust either conditionally or unconditionally to Union government or to its officers functions in relation to any matter to which executive Power of the State extends


  6. Concurrent list According to article 73 and 162, Unless explicitly mentioned by constitution or by Parliament by law, executive Power of the State extends to the Subjects of Concurrent list by Parliament by law


  7. Judicial proceedings Full faith and credit shall be given throughout the the territory of India to public acts, records and judicial proceedings of the Union and of every State The manner in which and conditions under which the acts, records and proceedings shall be proved and their effect shall be determined by law made by parliament judicial proceedings of the Uu


  8. Judicial proceedings Final judgments or orders passed by Civil Courts in any part of the territory of India shall be capable of execution anywhere within the territory of India according to law