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GK questions on INDIAN POLITY for students aspiring GOVT JOB. We are providing these one-liners to prepare well for the upcoming examinations. These are important questions asked in previous exams of SSC & APPSC. These one-liners cover "Indian Polity, Introduction".

1. Father of Political Science ------ Aristotle
2. Politics book was written by ------Aristotle
3. Artha Shastra – book on Indian polity written by ----- Kautilya (Chanakya).
4. First Political Thinker of India -------- Manu
5. First book of LAW in India ------------Manusmiriti
6. Constituent Assembly adopted the constitution on 26th November 1949 
7. Indian Constitution was came into force on 26th January 1950.
8. INDIA --- a union of states --- is a Sovereign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic, Republic 
9. India was a Parliamentary Form of Government which is federal in structure with unitary features.
10. Constitutional head of Executive of the union was ---- The President of India.
11. Real executive powers are vested in the Council of Ministers with the Prime Minister as its head.
12. Similarly in states Governor was the head in whom real executive power vested.
13. The Council of Ministers is collectively responsible to the House of the People (Lok Sabha) ---- 
14. The state collectively responsible for Legislative Assembly ------ MLA’S.
15. The power to amend the constitution was vests in ------ Parliament.
16. The constitution distributes legislative power between Parliament and state legislatures 
17. And vested the residual powers with ----- The Parliament
18. The constitution has a provision for ---- Independence of Judiciary, CAG, PSC, CEC.
19. Government of India has:  3 Branches: Legislative Branch, Executive Branch, Judicial Branch.
20. Legislative Branch: Lok Sabha (House of People) & Raja Sabha (Council of States) both forming House of the Parliament
21. Executive Branch: The President of India was the Head of the State, while the Prime Minister of India was the Head of the Government, and runs the office with the support of the Council of Ministers who form the Cabinet Ministry.
22. Judicial Branch: The Supreme Court of India is the apex body of the Indian Legal System, followed by other High courts and Subordinate courts.
23. Constitution has the Foundational laws, Fundamental Principles, Frameworks, Principal Functions which the Government of a country was based upon.
24. U.K does not Possess the written Constitution
25. India possessed the largest written constitution which was enacted by the Constituent Assembly.