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Constitution of India
CT-3
NAME: V.GNANESH
REG. NO: RA2111003011095
Introduction:
India is the largest democratic country in the
world. India became a free nation on 15 August 1947. But it
declared itself a sovereign, democratic and republic state with
the adoption of the constitution on 26 January 1950. After that
every Indian citizen got Right to vote and can elect their
leaders by voting. In India all the citizens, regardless of their
religion, colour, creed, gender, caste have right to vote under
the Citizenship Act. It has five democratic principles
sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic and republic. These
are some of the rules for a citizen to vote:
Every citizen must cross 18 years old.
Enrollment only at ordinary place of residence.
Enrollment only at one place.
Overseas Indian deemed to be ordinarily resident at the
address given in passport.
Service voters deemed to be ordinarily resident at their
home address.
Indian should prove to the world that it has stood by and will
stand by amidst wars, a range of situation from peaceful,
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violent protests and rebellions. In India about one fourth of
the population in our country are still poor and corruption is
still prevalent in the government (either central or state or
even local parties) with a scam and fraud. Women in India
were given freedom and right such as equality in education
and in many areas with men. India today is struggling to follow
and propagate the ideals on which our great leaders shed their
blood and sweat upon… On the altar of sacrifice and pain, the
ideals which are very basics of our spirit of independence. Still,
all is not lost… we are a bright and youthful nation with many
talented and capable individuals under our ranks. So as dutiful
citizen and young adult, I would like to share my idea for
smooth functioning of our democracy:
1. Universal Education:
Education refers to a social institution responsible for
providing knowledge, skills, norms etc., They don’t properly
comprehend the political problems of their country and the
value of their votes.
Lack of your individual awareness of your thoughts, feelings,
memories etc., is wild in a democracy. This defect can be cure
(remedied) by Universal education.
2. Civic Sense:
Civic sense is a consideration for the norms of society. It
includes respect for the lase and ease and feelings of others
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and maintaining etiquettes while dealing, interacting with
others. These are some of the civic responsibilities:
Support and defend the Constitution.
Participate in your local community.
Respect the rights, benefits and opinions of others.
Respect and obey federal, state and local laws.
3. Removal of Gross Inequalities of wealth:
Extremes of wealth and poverty impede the success of
democracy to a very great extent. According to me, political
equality is impossible in the absence of economic equality. In
my opinion, the State is not a neutral agency. It favours those
who are economically dominant in a particular society.
Experience has shown that whatever may be the actual form
of government, political power tends to gravitate towards
those who wield economic power. This is, indeed, the
greatest threat to the success of political democracy. In a
class-divided society, the rich will always have an upper hand
and the poor will always suffer.
It, therefore, demands a re-adjustment of economic relations
in such a way that as vast differences of wealth may
disappear and every citizen be provided with the material
means of a decent existence and adequate leisure for public
affairs.
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These are some of the remedies to cure democracy:
The electorate should be alert and vigilant.
The introduction of direct democratic devices like
initiative etc.,
Elaborate system of local self-government institutions
should be established.
Freedom of speech, association and press should be
allowed.
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Constitution of India CT-3 NAME: V.GNANESH REG. NO: RA2111003011095 Introduction: India is the largest democratic country in the world. India became a free nation on 15 August 1947. But it declared itself a sovereign, democratic and republic state with the adoption of the constitution on 26 January 1950. After that every Indian citizen got Right to vote and can elect their leaders by voting. In India all the citizens, regardless of their religion, colour, creed, gender, caste have right to vote under the Citizenship Act. It has five democratic principles – sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic and republic. These are some of the rules for a citizen to vote: • • • • Every citizen must cross 18 years old. Enrollment only at ordinary place of residence. Enrollment only at one place. Overseas Indian deemed to be ordinarily resident at the address given in passport. • Service voters deemed to be ordinarily resident at their home address. Indian should prove to the world that it has stood by and will stand by amidst wars, a range of situation from peaceful, violent protests and rebellions. In India about one fourth of the population in our country are still poor and corruption is still prevalent in the government (either central or state or even local parties) with a scam and fraud. Women in India were given freedom and right such as equality in education and in many areas with men. India today is struggling to follow and propagate the ideals on which our great leaders shed their blood and sweat upon… On the altar of sacrifice and pain, the ideals which are very basics of our spirit of independence. Still, all is not lost… we are a bright and youthful nation with many talented and capable individuals under our ranks. So as dutiful citizen and young adult, I would like to share my idea for smooth functioning of our democracy: 1. Universal Education: Education refers to a social institution responsible for providing knowledge, skills, norms etc., They don’t properly comprehend the political problems of their country and the value of their votes. Lack of your individual awareness of your thoughts, feelings, memories etc., is wild in a democracy. This defect can be cure (remedied) by Universal education. 2. Civic Sense: Civic sense is a consideration for the norms of society. It includes respect for the lase and ease and feelings of others and maintaining etiquettes while dealing, interacting with others. These are some of the civic responsibilities: ➢ Support and defend the Constitution. ➢ Participate in your local community. ➢ Respect the rights, benefits and opinions of others. ➢ Respect and obey federal, state and local laws. 3. Removal of Gross Inequalities of wealth: Extremes of wealth and poverty impede the success of democracy to a very great extent. According to me, political equality is impossible in the absence of economic equality. In my opinion, the State is not a neutral agency. It favours those who are economically dominant in a particular society. Experience has shown that whatever may be the actual form of government, political power tends to gravitate towards those who wield economic power. This is, indeed, the greatest threat to the success of political democracy. In a class-divided society, the rich will always have an upper hand and the poor will always suffer. It, therefore, demands a re-adjustment of economic relations in such a way that as vast differences of wealth may disappear and every citizen be provided with the material means of a decent existence and adequate leisure for public affairs. These are some of the remedies to cure democracy: ➢ The electorate should be alert and vigilant. ➢ The introduction of direct democratic devices like initiative etc., ➢ Elaborate system of local self-government institutions should be established. ➢ Freedom of speech, association and press should be allowed. THE END Name: Description: ...
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