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Part II Gain Insights into Union - State Administrative Relations
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In this lesson, Bhavin discusses furthermore aspects pertaining to the union- state administrative relationship. He highlights in depth on how judicial proceedings are carried out in between the center and state. He also explains the directions by the ​union to states according to the article 256.

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

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I have a suggestion Sir, as you are doing DNA, editorials, MCQS and PIB, we can understand it is difficult for you to update all of them as you are also preparing for the exam. My suggestion is Dipanshu can deal with the PIB analysis and you can continue with DNA editorial analysis. This way we will get the best of both the worlds. We understand that you are managing a lot of courses and it becomes difficult to upload courses on time which again is a loss for us.. coz i personally go and touch the newspaper after going through your analysis. Or maybe you can do DNA and Dipanshu Editorials.. something of this sort.. so that we all get the mutual benefit, after all you are an aspirant as well. :)
Your command on polity shows in your lectures...i have always disliked reading this centre-state relations chapter because of many confusing provisions...eg that extension of executive powers... even after so many readings i couldn't get the exact meaning but your 7 minutes video has cleared all the doubts !!! Kudos to your knowledge !!! thanks a lot !!!
Thanku soo much...if time allows u plzz make more lectures
Sir thank you for your awsm lectures.i have a query . if a state made a law on a subject under concurrent list is it binding on all the other states ? thank you.
Bhavin Sangoi
3 years ago
No, it applies to only that State whose legislative assembly has passed the law. States don't have extra territorial jurisdiction.
Haris Najib
3 years ago
thank you sir
thank u very much sir for such a nice explanation, but please make the other important videos also as early as possible as we are getting close to the exam
  1. Course Name: In-depth study of Centre State Relations Lesson Name: Union - State Administrative Relations - II PRESENTED BY BHAVIN SANGO


  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. 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


  4. 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


  5. Direction by Union to States VAccording to article 256, State shall exercise its executive Power in such manner so as to ensure the compliance of laws made by Parliament Executive Power of Union shall extend to the giving of such direction to a state as may appear to the Government of India necessary for the purpose