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Title      : BPP-Political Science
Subject      : Political Science
copyright ©  2016     : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 10/81
Total Price      : Rs.      : 56
 
 
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Nature, Scope and Importance of Political Science Total views (227)  
Political science is one of the important branches of social sciences. It is concerned with the study of man in the process of governing himself and also with the subject of man in relation to the phenomenon of rule, control, authority, power. It is in this perspective, the significance of the study of the subject political science has gained importance today.
Pages: 9
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The State Total views (218)  
The state is the central subject of study of political science. Therefore. it becomes imperative to comprehend the clear understanding of what is meant by the term state, its nature and components which constitute the organised political society.
Pages: 7
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Sovereignty Total views (226)  
Sovereignty is an important element of the state.This is the supreme power of the state. That is why all the modem states are called as Sovereign states. The possession of this power enables the state to issue commands to all within its limits. Externally it is supreme and Independent of all other states. In the absence of this supreme power of the state, the state will have no existence of its o ......
Pages: 6
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Democracy Total views (223)  
Democracy is a popular and successful form. of government in modem times, because the ruling power of a state is legally vested, not in any particular class or classes, but in the members of the community as a whole. People take part in the working of the Government directly or indirectly (through their representatives). Popular sovereignty is the essence of democracy. There are many pre-requisite ......
Pages: 7
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Democratic Socialism Total views (226)  
Democratic Socialism is a 20th century concept. It is comparatively a recent idea, It stands between democracy and socialism. It implies a socialistic pattern of'society where dignity of individual is reconciled with justice.
Pages: 6
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Constitution, Meaning, Classification,Contents of an Ideal Constitution Total views (224)  
Constitutional rules establish, and regulate the whole basic frame work of a government. They prescribe the matters with which the government may deal the agencies authorized to deal with them, the procedures which these agencies must follow, and the processes by which the number of various agencies are selected.
Pages: 10
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Main Organs of the Government Total views (223)  
Government is an agency of the state; through which the will of the state is formulated, expressed and realized. However, its organisation can be viewed either territorially, that is, government at the national, regional and local levels, or functionally, i.e, different organs connected with the enactment, implementation and enforcement of the law of the land.
Pages: 17
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Civil Service Total views (227)  
The term Civil Service was first used by the British East India Company in mid - nineteenth Century to distinguish between the military and civil sectors of company's personnel. Later on' this system spread to other countries. Civil Service is also called as bureaucracy or Civil Servants or public servants or public functionaries. Civil Service is a branch of administrative service of the state ......
Pages: 6
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Political Parties Total views (229)  
Political parties are very important and essential in modern democratic political system. In Democracy majority party will rule and other parties will remain as opposition parties. Without political parties democracy will not work successfully. There are different kinds of political parties. All the parties try to come to power with their policy and programs to attract the voter's. The politica ......
Pages: 7
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Local Self Government Total views (224)  
A Local Government may be defined as that authority where the inhabitants of a locality through elected representatives discharge the power and duties within that area. For this purpose this authority has been invested with sufficient powers by the parliament. As the modem states vexed with intricate problems of varying nature, they can hardly do justice for the local problems.
Pages: 6
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