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All India Govt Jobs – Central Govt Jobs – The Central Government of India is the government of a nation-state. The Govt. of India is promoted by the Indian Constitution. It is a characteristic of a unitary state. Under central government, there are various departments coming like Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of Defence, Supreme Court of India and Various others. For the development of these departments, the central government has need of a staff. So it recruits eligible candidates as per regular basis. Please subscribe our website i.e. www.WifiPaper.Com for daily Government Jobs alert of Central Govt.

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The Govt. of the country in India is publically known as the Union Government. The other name of Union Government is Central Government. The Central Govt. was framed by Constitution of India during 1950. The Central Government is the supreme authority over seven union territories and 29 states, which collectively referred to the Republic of India. The Central Govt. of India is situated in New Delhi, a capital of India. Our Indian constitution is providing a federal structure for State and Central Government as independent for functioning. But in an emergency, some unanimous decisions are taken by Central Government for the national interest of the country.

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Primary Structure of Central Govt. of India

The government of Central is divided into three primary sections as per Constitution of India. Each department has separate power, roles, and responsibilities.

Executive: The President, Vice President, and Cabinet Ministers

Legislature: Parliament (Rajya Sabha & Lok Sabha)

Judiciary: The Supreme Court of India, High Court of India at State Level and District & Session Court at District Level

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The Legislature Branch: The primary component of this branch is Parliament. It has divided into two further branches i.e. House of People (Lok Sabha) and Council of States (Rajya Sabha). The President of India has supreme power to Parliament and Legislature. The Legislative Branch is liable to frame policies and laws for Indian citizens.

Responsibility for Legislative Branch

  • The framing of Laws regarding Election
  • Deals with certain matters like contracts, personal laws, evidence and etc.
  • Regulations framed by President for UT.
  • Ordinances to be declared by President.
  • To debate on bills to be introduced in Parliament.
  • Drafting of all primary legislation for Central Govt.

The Executive Branch

The Executive Branch of Central Govt. comprises President, Vice President, Cabinet Ministers and Independent Executive Agencies. The President of India is treated as Head of State. The duty of President is to enforce laws in department executes. This section has sole responsibility and authority for daily functioning and administration of the state bureaucracy. The Executive Branch has no power to frame any laws. It just enforces law framed by Judiciary and Legislature.

The Judiciary: The Supreme Court of India is last judiciary authority of the country. It is liable to propagate and maintain order and law of India. The responsibilities of Supreme Court of India is as follows.

  • Liable to solve disputes between two or more states.
  • Ensure equality of every citizen in front of the law.
  • Solve out conflicts between Legislature & Executive & other public concerned staff
  • Solve out dispute b/w Govt. of India and one or more states

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  • As per Article 356 of Indian Constitution, the central government framed law for executive power of states.
  • The Central Government has the power to announce Raise, War, and control over Armed Forces.
  • Take required steps for improving and protecting the pollution and environment welfare.
  • As per Article 352 to 360 of Constitution of India, the Central Govt. has the power to take control over a state in the matter of National Security.
  • The Central Govt. framed rules for trade affairs between foreigner and states of India.
  • Various Others

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