[Table] Comparison between various Posts/Bodies (constitutional & non-constitutional) – Revise Faster

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Indian Polity is one of the most scoring as well as difficult subjects. It means it is easy to score high marks in this subject if you have your facts right. But it is difficult to score if you have confused the facts and you will come back from the exam hall with regret even though you’ve prepared the subject well but failed to do proper comparisons.

You will more likely to get confused in case of various posts/bodies like President, Vice President, PM, CM, Election Commission, Finance Commission, etc. and their tenure, composition, eligibility, who appoints them, who removes them, etc. These kind of questions are favorite weapons of UPSC to filter out potential candidates from lakhs of aspirants.

To make your life easier, I have compiled all the constitutional and non-constitutional posts/bodies under different columns like Tenure, Composition, eligibility, Who appoints, Who removes and Statutory/Non-statutory in a single table chart. With this chart, you don’t have to flip the pages in your laxmikanth book, back and forth for comparisons. Certain authorities/bodies not mentioned in standard books are also added in this chart.

Also, some similarities between different posts such as who holds office during the pleasure of president or governor?, who can be removed with the same procedure as SC judge? etc. are highlighted with the same colour.

Hope it helps boost your marks in Prelims.

All the best!!

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poojachaturvedi123
poojachaturvedi123
1 year ago

Excellent…..

Manojiasexpress
Manojiasexpress
1 year ago

Simply Awesome…

Sheku Rhakho
Sheku Rhakho
11 months ago

Is the upper age terms for Lokayukta 65/70yrs

Shankhoneel Ghosh
Shankhoneel Ghosh
1 month ago

Tenure of judges of SC and HC are subject to upper age limit only (65y and 62y respectively); there is no other condition. The six year-limit is valid for only CEC/EC and CAG.
Evidence: The present CJI, S.A. Bobde, has been a SC judge since April 2013, which is more than 6 years. His retirement is due in April 2021, thus bringing his total tenure to 8 years.
Please correct me if I am mistaken.
Thank you.

MIASZ
MIASZ
1 month ago

In President’s appointment – UT’s with LAs (Delhi, Puducherry and J&K). Please add J&K.

Thank you!

Srishti Pathak
28 days ago

i have taken the membership and i can see the mind-map, but i cant print it. what to do?