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Lecture 1: Consititute How And Why Part-1

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Lecture 2: Consititute How And Why Part-2

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Lecture 3: Consititute How And Why part-3

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Lecture 4: Consititute How And Why Part-4

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Lecture 5: Rights in the Indian constitution Part-1

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Lecture 6: Rights in the Indian constitution Part-2

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Lecture 7: Rights in the Indian constitution part-3

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Lecture 8: Rights in the Indian constitution part-4

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Lecture 9: Election and representation Part-1

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Lecture 10: Election and representation part-2

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Lecture 11: Election and representation Part-3

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Lecture 12: Election and representation Part-4

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Lecture 13: Election and representation Part-5

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Lecture 14: Executive Part-1

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Lecture 15: Executive Part-2

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Lecture 16: Executive Part-3

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Lecture 17: Executive Part-4

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Lecture 18: Executive Part-5

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Lecture 19: Legislature Part-1

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Lecture 20: Legislature Part-2

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Lecture 21: Legislature part-3

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Lecture 22: Legislature Part-4

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Lecture 23: Logislature Part-5

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Lecture 24: Judiciury Part-1

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Lecture 25: Judiciury Part-2

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Lecture 26: Judiciury Part-3

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Lecture 27: Judiciury Part-4

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Lecture 28: Judiciury Part-5

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Lecture 29: Federalism Part-1

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Lecture 30: Federalism Part-2

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Lecture 31: Federalism Part-3

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Lecture 32: Federalism Part-4

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Lecture 33: Federalism Part-5

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Lecture 34: Federalism part-6

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Lecture 35: Local Government part-1

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Lecture 36: Local Government Part-2

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Lecture 37: Local Government Part-3

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Lecture 38: Local Government part-4

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Lecture 39: Local Government Part-5

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Lecture 40: Constitution as a Living Documents Part-1

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Lecture 41: Constitution as a Living Documents Part-2

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Lecture 42: Constitution as a Living Documents Part-3

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Lecture 43: Constitution as a Living Documents Part-4

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Lecture 44: Constitution as a Living Documents Part-5

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Lecture 45: Constitution as a Living Documents Part-6

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Lecture 46: The Philosophy of the Constitution Part-1

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Lecture 47: The Philosophy of the Constitution Part-2

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Lecture 48: The Philosophy of the Constitution Part-3

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Lecture 49: The Philosophy of the Constitution Part-4

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Lecture 50: The Philosophy of the Constitution Part-5

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Lecture 51: The Philosophy of the Constitution Part-6

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Lecture 1: Political Theory An Introduction Part-1

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Lecture 2: Political Theory An Introduction part-2

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Lecture 3: Political Theory An Introduction Part-3

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Lecture 4: Political Theory An Introduction Part-4

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Lecture 5: Political Theory An Introduction Part-5

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Lecture 6: Political Theory An Introduction Part-6

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Lecture 7: Freedom Part-1

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Lecture 8: Freedom Part-2

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Lecture 9: Freedom Part-3

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Lecture 10: Freedom Part-4

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Lecture 11: Freedom part-5

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Lecture 12: Freedom Part-6

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Lecture 13: Equality Part- 1

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Lecture 14: Equality Part- 2

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Lecture 15: Equality Part- 3

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Lecture 16: Equality Part- 4

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Lecture 17: Equality Part- 5

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Lecture 18: Equality Part- 6

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Lecture 19: Equality Part- 7

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Lecture 20: Social Justice Part- 1

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Lecture 21: Social Justice Part- 2

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Lecture 22: Social Justice Part- 3

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Lecture 23: Social Justice Part- 4

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Lecture 24: Social Justice Part- 5

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Lecture 25: Citizenship Part- 1

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Lecture 26: Citizenship Part- 2

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Lecture 27: Citizenship Part- 3

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Lecture 28: Citizenship Part- 4

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Lecture 29: Citizenship Part- 5

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Lecture 30: Citizenship Part- 6

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Lecture 31: Nationalism Part- 1

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Lecture 32: Nationalism Part- 2

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Lecture 33: Nationalism Part- 3

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Lecture 34: Nationalism Part- 4

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Lecture 35: Nationalism Part- 5

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Lecture 36: Secularism Part- 1

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Lecture 37: Secularism Part- 2

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Lecture 38: Secularism Part- 3

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Lecture 39: Secularism Part- 4

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Lecture 40: Secularism Part- 5

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Lecture 41: Secularism Part- 6

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Lecture 42: Peace Part- 1

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Lecture 43: Peace Part- 2

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Lecture 44: Peace Part- 3

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Lecture 45: Peace Part- 4

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Lecture 46: Peace Part- 5

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Lecture 47: Development Part- 1

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Lecture 48: Development Part- 2

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Lecture 49: Development Part -3

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Lecture 50: Development Part -4

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Lecture 51: Development Part -5

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Published    09-Feb-2018      Bilingual

COMPLETE COURSE OF CBSE CLASS 11TH POLITICAL SCIENCE

Study Khazana delivers CBSE Class 11th Political Science, One hundered and two video lectures by Kartik Marwaha on Political Science Complete Course with complete solutions using sample paper based on NCERT Syllabus. This chapter covers the following topic to make students understand the topic and covers the whole chapter with all the question and answers.    

WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND BY PHILOSOPHY OF THE CONSTITUTION?


  • The making of the Constitution 
  • The constituent Assembly 
  • Procedural achievements 
  • Philosophy of the Constitution  

    WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND BY RIGHTS IN THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION?

  • The importance of Rights
  • Fundamental Rights in the Indian Constitution
  • Directive Principles of State Policy
  • Relationship between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles
 

WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND BY ELECTION AND REPRESENTATION?


  • Elections and Democracy
  • Election System in India
  • Reservation of Constituencies
  • Free and Fair Elections
  • Electoral Reforms
     

WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND BY LEGISLATURE?

 
  • Why do we need a Parliament? 
  • Two Houses of Parliament 
  • Functions and Power of the Parliament − o   Legislative functions o   Control over Executive 
  • Parliamentary committees 
  • Self-regulation

    WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND BY EXECUTIVE?

     
  • What is an Executive? 
  • Different Types of Executive 
  • Parliamentary Executive in India 
  • Prime Minister and Council of Ministers 
  • Permanent Executive − o   Bureaucracy  

    WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND BY JUDICIARY?

     
  • Why do we need an Independent Judiciary? 
  • Structure of the Judiciary 
  • Judicial Activism 
  • Judiciary and Rights 
  • Judiciary and Parliament  

    WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND BY FEDERALISM?

     
  • What is Federalism? 
  • Federalism in the Indian Constitution 
  • Federalism with a strong Central Government 
  • Conflicts in India's federal system, Special Provisions  

    WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND BY LOCAL GOVERNMENTS?

     
  • Why do we need Local Governments? 
  • Growth of Local Government in India 
  • 73rd and 74th Amendments 
  • Implementation of 73rd and 74th Amendments  

    WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND BY CONSTITUTION AS A LIVING DOCUMENT?

     
  • Are Constitutions static?
  • The procedure to amend the Constitution
  • Why have there been so many amendments?
  • Basic Structure and Evolution of the Constitution
  • Constitution as a Living Document
 

WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND BY POLITICAL THEORY?


  • What is Politics? 
  • What do we study in Political Theory? 
  • Putting Political Theory to practice.
  • Why should we study Political Theory?  

    WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND BY FREEDOM?

     
  • The Ideal of Freedom 
  • What is Freedom? 
  • Why do we need constraints? 
  • Harm principle 
  • Negative and Positive Liberty  

    WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND BY EQUALITY?

     
  • Significance of Equality 
  • What is Equality? 
  • Various dimensions of Equality 
  • How can we promote Equality?  

    WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND BY SOCIAL JUSTICE?

     
  • What is Justice?
  • Just Distribution
  • Justice as fairness
  • Pursuing Social Justice
 

WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND BY RIGHTS?


  • What are Rights? 
  • Where do Rights come from? 
  • Legal Rights and the State
  • Kinds of Rights 
  • Rights and Responsibilities  

    WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND BY CITIZENS?

     
  • What is citizenship? 
  • Citizen and Nation 
  • Universal Citizenship 
  • Global Citizenship  

    b>WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND BY NATIONALISM?

     
  • Nations and Nationalism 
  • National Self-determination 
  • Nationalism and Pluralism  

    WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND BY SECULARISM?

     
  • What is Secularism? 
  • What is Secular State? 
  • The Western and the Indian approaches to Secularism 
  • Criticisms and Rationale of Indian Secularism  

    WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND BY PEACE?

     
  • What is Peace? 
  • Can violence ever promote peace? 
  • Peace and the State 
  • Different Approaches to the pursuit of peace 
  • Contemporary challenges to peace  

    WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND BY DEVELOPMENT?

     
  • What is development? 
  • Criticism of the dominant 
  • Development Model 
  • Alternative conceptions of development  

    HOW WE HELP THE STUDENTS???

      These video lectures will make the subject easy for students. The free lecture is available as a demo. We provide mock exams after completion of the full course. These lectures are recording of the live session taken. It will include question and answers of the students undertaken during the class. CBSE Class 11th previous question papers and sample papers are also given to the students for practice. Video Lectures classes are taken by Study Khazana’s best faculties. We offer pen drives and online-offline study mode to the students. We also have Android and IOS Study Khazana mobile app for helping students to study anywhere at any time.

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