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Part II - Comparison between Federal and Unitary Features: Indian Constitution for UPSC CSE
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This lesson is in continuation of the previous lesson in which the comparison between Federal and Unitary features of Indian Constitution were being discussed. This lesson further discusses the comparison on the principles of Divison of Power, powers of Rajya Sabha, the feature of Autonomy of States, Financial Independence, the feature of Amendability.

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

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crazy lectures, the tone of voice itself says how much energy and time you have put into these lectures .thank you sir.
Awesm sir ....please make on other topic too
Awesm sir ....please make on other topic too
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Kindly refer to around 2:57 minute of the lesson, a law made in such manner ceases to have effect on the expiration of six months after the resolution has cease to be in force (M Laxmikanth 14.3). Considering so, if such a resolution get passed on 1st January 2017 and subsequently a law was made on 1st July 2017, it will be invalid after 1st July 2018. Is the interpretation correct?
Awesome ...plzz sir make more lessons u make great lesson and explain immaculately...
  1. Course Name: In-depth study of Centre State Relations Lesson Name: Federal and Unitary Features - II 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. Federal and Unitary Features Federal Features Unitary Features Division of legislative and executive powers between centre and state has been done in the Constitution In the times of e entre and state hasencroach upont In the times of emergency Union can encroach upon the rights of State rotector Rajya s Rajya Sabha is designated as protector and representative of States Rajya sabha's powers are restricted in the matters of Money Bill


  4. Federal and Unitary Features Federal Features Unitary Features in the Union ca States are given autonomy in the exercise of their executive power in the sphere of State list and Union has been given the duty to protect the States from any external aggression or internal disturbance Union can give direction to States in the exercise of its executive powers and in case of non compliance of directives Union can also suspend the state government executive power in the exercise of its rnal aggression or directives Union


  5. Federal and Unitary Features Federal Features Unitary Features Financial Independence is given to states, by allowing them to collect taxes All the major taxes such as Income tax, excise duty, service tax etc. which earrn major chunk of taxable income are levied by Union. allowing them to collectmajor chun Those parts of the constitution which deals with Federal relations, Powers of the state or affect them cannot be amended without ratification by one- half states Most provisions of ncluding Fun Most provisions of the Constitution, including Fundamental rights of the citizens can be amended by Centre, without any ratification of States ut ratification by onewithout any rat