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Polity and Administration Evolution of Indian Constitution With Previous Year Questions On Higher Education Target JRF (for CBSE UGC NET Paper 1) By Navdeep Kaur
Contents: 1 Evolution of Indian Constitution 2 Various sources of our Constitution 3 Preamble to the Constitution, Important parts of Indian constitution 4 powers, functions, term of President, Vice-President, Prime Minister 5 Central Council of Ministers and MCQs on Higher education system in India Follow me on Unacademy
Evolution of Indian Constitution . The idea of a Constituent Assembly to frame the Constitution of India was first mooted by the Communist leader MN Roy The Indian National Congress (INC) demanded a Constituent Assembly for the first time in 1935. The Britislh Government accepted the demand in its "August Offer" in 1940. The Cripps Mission in 1942 came to India with a draft proposal but the Muslim League didn't accept it as it wanted the division of India. Finally, the Cabinet Mission came out with a compromise formula which constituted the Constituent Assembly in November, 1946. . .
The first meeting of the Constituent Assembly was convened on December 9, 1946 with Sachchidanand Sinha as the Interim President. He was the oldest member of the assembly. On December 11, 1946, Dr Rajendra Prasad was elected as Permanent President of the Constitution Assembly. The Muslim League boycotted the meeting and insisted on a separate state of Pakistan. On December 13, 1946, Jawaharlal Nehru moved the historic 'Objectives Resolution' in the Assembly. It pledged to make India an independent sovereign union of states. Sir B.N. Rao was appointed as the Constitutional Advisory to the Assembly. .
The Constituent Assembly took 2 years, 11 months and 18 days to frame the Constitution. Originally, the Constitution had 22 parts, 395 articles and 8 scheduleS. Presently, it consists of 450 articles (divided into 24 parts) and 12 schedules.
1. The aim of value education to inculcate in students is (A) the moral values (B) the social values (C) the political values (D) the economic values Answer A 2. Indicate the number of Regional Offices of University Grants Commission of India. (A) 10 (B) 07 (C) 08 (D) 09 Answer B
3. One-rupee currency note in India bears the signature of (A) The President of India (B) Finance Minister of India (C) Governor, Reserve Bank of India (D) Finance Secretary of Government of India Answer D 4. Indicate the number of Regional Offices of National Council of Teacher Education. (A) 04 (B) 05 (C) 06 (D) 08 Answer A
5. Match List- I with List - II and select the correct answer from the codes given below List - I (a) Poverty Reduction Programme (i) Mid-day Meals (b) Human Development Scheme (i) Indira Awas Yojana (IAY) (c) Social Assistance Scheme (iii) National Old Age Pension (NOAP) (d) Minimum Need Scheme Codes: List - II (iv) MNREGA Answer A 6. The launch of satellite channel by IGNOU on 26th January 2003 for technological education for the growth and development of distance education is: (A) Eklavya channel (B) Gyandarshan channel (C) Rajrishi channel (D) None of these Answer A
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