PANCHOJASWI

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PANCHOJASWI

  1. 1. MAKING A CHANGE INTRODUCTION TO CONSTITUTION OF INDIA The Constitution of India is the supreme law of India. It lays down the framework defining fundamental political principles, establishes the structure, procedures, powers, and duties of government institutions, and sets out fundamental rights, directive principles, and the duties of citizens. It is the longest written constitution of any sovereign country in the world, containing 444 articles in 22 parts, 12 schedules and 118 amendments. The Constitution is federal in nature. Each State and each Union territory of India have their own government. Analogues to President and Prime Minister, is the Governor in case of States, Lieutenant Governor for Union territories and the Chief Minister. The 73rd and 74th Amendment Act also introduced the system of Panchayati raj in villages and municipalities.
  2. 2. POSITIVE POINTS OF INDIAN ELECTORAL BODY  It is a part of largest democratic country in world  Everyone has the right to vote and choose their own representative  Anyone can stand for the election irrespective of social position  Reservation for women to empower their status
  3. 3. NEGATIVE POINTS OF ELECTORAL BODY  People with criminal charges can also compete in elections  Use of Money and Muscle power  Hierarchical Leaders  Most of the power is with central Leaders  Political parties are not under RTI
  4. 4. STEPS TO BE TAKEN FOR REDUCING THE INFLUENCE OF MONEY AND MUSCLE POWER IN POLITICS 1.Expansion of democratic Principle in Remote areas:- People normally in remote areas donot have much knowledge about politics and they get influenced by politicians and parties very easily. So there is a need to expand democratic principles in every parts of country and spread the knowledge of democracy.
  5. 5. 2. Right to Reject :- It won’t be a bad idea to add one more human right i.e Right to reject following which the people of an area, state can reject their representatives who doesnot fulfill their expectation.
  6. 6. 3. INVOLVEMENT OF YOUTH :- As we all know that politics is all about enrgy,power and dedication which needs a great envolvement of youth of country.  Representatives of various universities should be given chance to explore their area in politics as the voice of youth will be delivered through them.  There should be governing body to encourage youth to take part in election  Political science should be made compulsory subject in all bachelor degree 4.CHANGING THE IMAGE OF VOTING SYSTEM:- From the current image of indian politics it can be easily seen that most of the people are electing their representative on the basis of their Muscle and Money power, where some leaders use their money power to win election and some use their muscle power and make the voters to vote them.  Election commission should be more active towards the use of money and should keep the track of income and expanses of parties and leaders.  General People shouldn’t be influence by political parties using money and their image to gain vote, people should think before electing their representative that who is going to be beneficial for them in future  People should have all the information about details about the candidates competing in the election  We know that its their money(parties) which they spend in campaign but election commission should take care of the limits of money which they spend
  7. 7. “JARURAT DOOSRO KO BADALNE KI NAHI BALKI KHUD KO JAGAANE KI HAI………..” By-Panch Ojaswi (NIT GOA) -AMIT KUMAR RAWAT -SUNNY SINGH -RAJESH GURELIYA -AMIT KUMAR BEHERA -NITIN BHANDARI

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