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  1. 1. India is a democratic country Principle of democracy is that the government of the state is carried out with the co-operation & consent of the people.
  2. 2. According to “ABRAHAM LINCON” Democracy means a government is elected of the people , for the people ,by the people.
  3. 3. Democracy is accountable form of government. Democracy improves the quality of decision making. Democracy provides a method to deal with differences and conflicts . Democracy enhances the dignity of citizens. Democracy is better than other forms of government because it allows us to correct its own mistake
  4. 4. RIGHTS IN A DEMOCRACY What are rights? Rights are claims of a person over other fellow being over the society and over the government. All have equal rights but a right is a possible for a person which should not harm or hurt others.
  5. 5.  Why do we need rights in a democracy? Rights are necessary for the every sustenance of a democracy.  Rights in the Indian constitution What is fundamental rights? Some rights which are fundamental to our life are given a special status. They are called fundamental rights.
  6. 6. Judiciary & Bureaucracy Bureaucracy means government by central administration . Judiciary aims in protecting the society, the human values & the spirit of the constitution.  Judiciary & executive are the offspring's.  Bureaucracy to serve the legislature .
  7. 7. QUALITIES OF CORRUPTION  * Selfishness  * Human greed  * Craze to achieve more  * Than individual rights  * Corrupt practices
  8. 8. RESULT The society has made the people responsible to mind the bureaucracy & judiciary corrupt.  Corruption has reached the higher level, we cannot accept the desired services from them to the constitution & rumors of the law.
  9. 9. THERE IS GREAT SENSE IN THE PHASE OF CONSTITUTION Every one has to attach point consideration to one’s duties more than the undaunted spirit of striving to enforce the individual rights.
  10. 10. CONCLUSION True democracy will come to this country when no one goes hungry to bed. You don’t need just equal right to vote . Every citizen needs to have equal information, basic education, equal resources & a lot of commitment.
  11. 11. Why is Democracy a better form of Government ? 1. Democracy promotes equality among people 2. Enhances the dignity of the individual 3. Improves the quality of decision making 4. Provides a method to resolve conflicts 5. Allows room to correct mistakes
  12. 12. Why is Democracy a better form of Government ? 6. It is a legitimate Government 7. It is slow, less efficient and not very responsive or clean 8. It is people’s own Government 9. It has its own ability to generate its own support
  13. 13. What are the outcomes of Democracy ? Democracy is just a form of Government It can only create conditions for achieving something Citizens have to take advantage and achieve goals
  14. 14. What are the things that a Democracy must provide?1. People have the right to choose rulers and people have control over rulers 2. People’s participation in decision making 3. Government should be accountable to citizens, responsive to the needs and expectations of the citizens 4. Democracy is based on the idea of deliberation and negotiations 5. Cost of time that democracy pays is worth it
  15. 15. What are the things that a Democracy must provide?6. Government has to follow procedures and its decisions must be both more acceptable and effective 7. Democracy develops mechanisms for citizens to hold the Government accountable and take part in decision making 8. Democracy ensures that decision making will be based on norms and procedures 9. Democracy provides transparency
  16. 16. Measurement of Democracy as per their Outcome… Regular, free and fair elections Open public debate on major policies and legislations Citizen’s right to information about the Government and its functioning
  17. 17. Tainted Records…Fall short of elections that provide a fair chance to everyone and in subjecting every decision to public debate Sharing information with citizens Frustrate the needs of the people Corruption
  18. 18. What can we expect from the Government? We can expect the Government to be attentive to the needs of the people and their demands and at the same time the Government has to be free of corruption
  19. 19. Economic Growth & Development… 1950 – 2000 : Dictatorships have higher rate of Economic growth
  20. 20. Economic development depends on several factors: Country’s population size Global situation Cooperation from other countries Economic priorities adopted by the country
  21. 21. Democracy does not appear to be successful in reducing economic inequalities... A small number of ultra rich enjoy a highly disproportionate share of wealth and income Their share in total income is increasing People at the bottom of society have very little to depend on
  22. 22. Outcomes of Democracy…Political equality All individuals have equal weight in electing representatives Accommodation of Social Diversity Democracy is the best government to respect differences and evolve a mechanism to negotiate differences Example : Belgium
  23. 23. Outcomes of Democracy…Majority to work with Minority Rule by majority means that in case of every election, different persons and groups may and can form majority No discrimination Dignity & freedom of individuals Passion for respect and freedom are the basis of democracy
  24. 24. Outcomes of Democracy…Dignity of Women Gaining some sensitivity due to long struggles Respect to and equal treatment of women are necessary Once if it is recognised, it is easier for women to wage a struggle
  25. 25. the effects of casteism in Democracy… In India, democracy has strengthened the claims of the disadvantaged and discriminated castes for equal status and opportunity Reservation in jobs and in educational institutions Constitutional provisions for safeguarding the interests of minorities, weaker sections and backward classes It is the recognition that makes ordinary citizens value their democratic rights
  26. 26. Outcomes of Democracy…Success of democracy comes with more expectations and complaints from people which indirectly indicates participation People have developed awareness and ability to expect and look critically at power holders
  27. 27. THANK YOU