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Characteristics of constitution of India
Characteristics of constitution of India

Constitution of India is a scared document. Indian constitution includes the characteristics of main Constitutions of World. Indian Constitution is a result of continues attempt, study, discussion, thinking and hard work of drafting committee during the period of 2 years 11 month and 18 days.

Right to assemble as per constitution of India
Right to assemble as per constitution of India

Right to assemble
Article 19(1)(b) in constitution of India provide that all citizens of India have the right to assemble peaceably and without arms. The right of assembly includes the right to hold meetings and to take out processions.

Who is Hindu ? What categories of person are there to whom Hindu Law applies?
Who is Hindu ? What categories of person are there to whom Hindu Law applies?

The word ‘Hindu’ is extremely popular and famous term. Generally, every person is known to it. But, the subject of concern is that this term has not been defined till now.

Preamble of Indian constitution
Preamble of Indian constitution

Preamble of Indian Constitution is the key to open the mind of the makers, and shows the general purpose for which they made the several provision in the Indian Constitution. Preamble help us to understand the objectives of the Indian Constitution.

Fundamental duties in Indian Constitution | Indian Constitution
Fundamental duties in Indian Constitution | Indian Constitution

Fundamental duties
The original format of the constitution was not containing Fundamental Duties. Fundamental right were added but fundamental duties were left. Later, it was found to have fundamental duties to be introduced.

Main features of constitution of India
Main features of constitution of India

Indian Constitution
Indian Constitution is a unique constitution. It is the largest written liberal democratic constitution of the world. Indian Constitution provides for a mixture of federalism and Unitarianism, and flexibility and with rigidity.

Difference between fundamental rights and directive principles
Difference between fundamental rights and directive principles

Fundamental rights in Indian Constitution
Fundamental rights are like a gift and boom for the Indians who had suffered by foreign rule for years. It is an important and achievement of the constitution of India is inclusion of fundamental rights in it

Values of Indian constitution
Values of Indian constitution

Meaning and values of the Constitution
A Constitution may be written or unwritten, but it contains fundamental laws of the land. It is the supreme and ultimate authority. Any decision or action which is not in accordance with it will be unconstitutional and unlawful.

Fundamental rights in Indian Constitution | Indian Constitution
Fundamental rights in Indian Constitution | Indian Constitution

Fundamental rights in Indian Constitution
An important and achievement of the constitution of India is inclusion of fundamental rights in it.
These fundamental rights are like a gift and boom for the Indians who had suffered by foreign rule for years

Constituent assembly of India
Constituent assembly of India

Constituent assembly
In 1934, M N Roy first proposed the idea of forming a constituent assembly of India. Later in 1935 an official demand for a constituent assembly was taken up by the Congress Party. The British accepted this demand and under the Cabinet Mission plan of 1946, elections were held for the formation of the constituent assembly.

Correlation, Coefficient of Correlation, Types and Uses
Correlation, Coefficient of Correlation, Types and Uses

Correlation
Correlation is a measure of relationship. It is a statistical procedure that helps us to examine the relationship of one variable with another. When the increase or decrease of one variable corresponds to the increase or decrease of another, the 2 variables are said to be correlated. The converse is also true.

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Standard score
Standard score

Standard scores: Z AND T
Definition of Z-scores:
Z-Scores are a transformation of raw scores into a standard form, where the transformation is based on knowledge about the population’s mean and standard deviation.

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Correlation of one branch of Geography with other two branches
Correlation of one branch of Geography with other two branches

Correlation of 1 branch of  Geography with other 2 branches of  Geography
The relationship between 2 different subjects or between 2 different branches of the same subject, which have equal or related or dependent factors is called Correlation.

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Sociometric technique

Sociometric technique
Meaning
Sociometry is a science to study the inter-relationship of members of a group, their attitude, values, acceptance to each other and role of every individual in the group.

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National flower of India | National symbols of India
National flower of India | National symbols of India

National Flower of India
Lotus is the National Flower of India. Lotus who’s scientific name is Nelumbo Nucifera Gaertn, is a holly flower and occupies a unique and specific position in the art and mythology of ancient India. Lotus is an auspicious symbol in Indian culture.

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Bharat Ratna | The highest civilian honour of the Republic of India
Bharat Ratna | The highest civilian honour of the Republic of India

Bharat Ratna Award
Bharat Ratna award is the highest civilian honour of the Republic of India. Instituted and started on 2 January 1954, the award is conferred without distinction of race, occupation, position, or sex, in recognition of “exceptional service or performance of the highest order”.

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