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Important chapters from Indian Polity Laxmikanth for prelims

edited March 2013 in Polity & Governance
Hi All,Please suggest me imporatnt chapters to cover from the below list of Topics from Laxmikanths Indian Polity from prelims point of view

PART I: CONSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK

1. Historical Background
2. Making of the Constitution
3. Salient Features of the Constitution
4. Preamble of the Constitution
5. Union and its Territory
6. Citizenship
7. Fundamental Rights
8. Directive Principles of State Policy
9. Fundamental Duties
10. Amendment of the Constitution

PART II: SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT

11. Parliamentary System
12. Federal System
13. Centre-State Relations
14. Inter-State Relations
15. Emergency Provisions
16. Special Status of Jammu & Kashmir
17. Special Provisions for Some States

PART III: CENTRAL GOVERNMENT

18. President
19. Vice-president
20. Prime Minister
21. Constitutional Provisions
22. Parliament
23. Supreme Court

PART IV: STATE GOVERNMENT

24. Governor
25. Chief Minister
26. State Council of Ministers
27. State Legislature
28. High Court
29. Subordinate Courts

PART V: LOCAL GOVERNMENT

30. Panchayati Raj
31. Urban Local Governments

PART VI: UNION TERRIRORIES AND SPECIAL AREAS

32. Union Territories
33. Scheduled and Tribal Areas

PART VII: CONSTITUTIONAL BODIES

34. Election Commission
35. Union Public Service Commission
36. State Public Service Commission
37. Finance Commission
38. National Commission for SCs
39. National Commission for STs
40. Special Officer for Linguistic Minorities
41. Comptroller and Auditor General of India
42. Attorney General and Solicitor General of India
43. Advocate General of the State

PART VIII: NON-CONSTITUTIONAL BODIES

44. Planning Commission
45. National Development Council
46. National Human Rights Commission
47. State Human Rights Commission
48. Central Vigilance Commission
49. Central Information Commission
50. State Information Commission
51. Lokpal and Lokayuktas

PART IX: OTHER CONSTITUTIONAL DIMENSIONS

52. Official Language
53. Public Services
54. Tribunals
55. Special Provisions for SCs, STs, BCs, Minorities and Anglo-Indian
56. Rights and Liabilities of the Government57. Authoritative Text in Hindi Language
58. Anti-Defection Law

PART X: POLITICAL DYNAMICS

59. Political Parties
60. Elections
61. Pressure Groups
62. National Integration
63. Foreign Policy

PART XI: WORKING OF THE CONSTITUTION

64. National Commission to Review the Working of the Constitution

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