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  1. A N 3 years ago

    Sir @ on Tushar Rulyan testimonial: Ha ha haaa haaaaa ah ahaa ahaa ahaaaa!!!!!!

  2. Rajbir Riar 3 years ago

    well done pt sir volume thora kam hai please try to improve good luck pt good job…😀

  3. vinay kumar 3 years ago

    Hi PT Team,
    Though new format is good for exams, its not as engaging as it was in previous format. CA with PT caters to all readers and old formats fulfil that. Please revert.

  4. DEEPAK KUMAR 3 years ago

    Dear sir you are great will you please give us a detail analysis on western ghat and gadgil committee report it will be very helpful for exam

  5. Muskaan Bakshi 3 years ago

    The comment section clearly emphasize that most people resist change.

  6. Yash Jain 3 years ago

    Face to face interaction was much better sir. I love your older pattern please switch to it sir.Its a humble request .Your interaction with us in explaining the news makes us understand what is going on in geopolitical world..Sir it's our request please switch to older one

  7. Sandeep Maddheshiya 3 years ago

    New pdf viedo is very good sir pls continue this

  8. vimal kumar 3 years ago

    New format is helpful in making notes

  9. Ramsingh Gurjar 3 years ago

    loosing interest in1 of the best ca lectures….plz return to old version

  10. DEEPIKA Gupta 3 years ago

    Pls don't go previous way new way is thousands time better

  11. RWS&S LAB SAMBALPUR 3 years ago

    Don't know why but since last two days, I am not getting able to connect properly with the lecture..
    I think now you are still delivering good inputs, but the effective teaching is completely missing..
    Frankly CA with PT has lost its charm..
    If possible get back to the old format..

  12. Aman Mishra 3 years ago

    Previous session were better than this

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  14. alok sahoo 3 years ago

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  15. Ashish Agrawal 3 years ago

    sir plz look into the business line as well. it is a real thing for business news.

  16. Mohit Sharma 3 years ago

    Government of India

    The government of India is considered a parliamentary democracy, which means that the executive branch of government is held accountable to the legislative branch. Under this system of government, India has both a President, who is the Head of State, and a Prime Minister, who is the Chief Executive of the executive branch. This country is politically divided into 29 states and 7 territories. Its government is divided into 3 branches: the legislative, the executive, and the judicial. This same model is used at a state level as well. This article takes a closer look at the branches of government in India.

    Legislative Branch

    The federal legislative branch of India consists of a bicameral Parliament, divided into two houses: the Council of States and the House of the People.
    The Council of States, known as the Rajya Sabha, has a constitutional limit of 250 members. Currently, 245 seats are filled in this parliamentary house. The President may appoint 12 members for their expertise in science, art, social sciences, or literatures. The remaining members are elected by the legislative bodies at the state and territory levels of government. The Council of States may serve for multiple, yet non-consecutive, 6-year terms and every two years, 33% of the members retire.
    The House of the People, known as the Lok Sabha, is considered the lower house of Parliament and has a constitutional limit of 552 members. The President may appoint 2 of these members from the Anglo-Indian community, if it is decided that this population is not represented in this legislative body. Other reserved seats include: 84 for representatives of the Scheduled Castes and 47 for representatives of the Scheduled Tribes, both are groups of historically disadvantaged indigenous populations. Representation in the House of the People is further determined by state and territory population size and general election results.
    Although the legislative branch is responsible for passing new laws and regulations, its work must be reviewed and approved by the judicial branch before it may become law. The legislative branch does have some authority over the executive branch of government.

    Executive Branch

    The executive branch is responsible for the daily management of government activities. This branch is made up of the Council of Ministers, who are selected by Parliament, the President of the country, and the Prime Minister.
    The President leads the Council with guidance from the Prime Minister and appoints a number of seats, including: state Governors, Attorney General, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Chief Election Commissioner, and the Cabinet Secretary. Legally, the President also acts as Commander-in-Chief over the military.
    The Prime Minister serves as the Chief of Government, leader of the political party with majority representation in Parliament, an advisor to the President, and the head of the Council of Ministers. This position also has the power to dismiss Ministers and propose new legislation to Parliament.

    Judicial Branch

    The judicial branch of government is similar to that found in other European countries as it has retained many features from the British colonial era. This branch works independently of the executive and legislative branches. It consists of the Supreme Court of India, the High Courts at the state level, and the District and Sessions Courts at the local level. The leaders of the Supreme Court are appointed by the President, these positions include the Chief Justice and 30 associate judges, who are recommended by the Chief Justice of India.

  17. Mohit Sharma 3 years ago

    itself, without any interference from outside sources or bodies. In political theory, sovereignty is a substantive term designating supreme authority over some polity.

  18. Mohit Sharma 3 years ago

    What is the difference between Antarctica and the Arctic? The difference between the Arctic and the Antarctic is simply that in the Arctic, the North Pole is located in the middle of the ocean, whereas in the Antarctic, the South Pole is located on a continent completely covered by millions of cubic metres of ice

  19. Mohit Sharma 3 years ago

    A free trade agreement on the other hand refers to the eradication of import quotas, tariffs and some if not all trade preferences. … The major difference between a customs union and a free trade area is that in a free trade area there is no common external tariff imposed.

    A customs union was defined by the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade as a type of trade bloc which is composed of a free trade area with a common external tariff. The participant countries set up common external trade policy, but in some cases they use different import quotas.

  20. ankesh shukla 3 years ago

    Sir thanks a lot you are moulding ca as the need and evolution of ca for UPSC is now very good

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