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SEVERAL OF INDIA’S TOP INSTITUTIONS ARE GOING THROUGH INTERNAL WARS OR WAR WITH GOVERNMENT , DEATH OF FOUNDING FATHER’S DREAMS ?

INDIA’S DEFENSE MANUFACTURING SECTOR ISSUES AND IMPORT DEPENDENCE : MOST IMPORTANT HINDRANCE IN ACHIEVING SERIOUS POWER STATUS

RTI ACT : A WASTED LEGISLATION AND FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT

SOUTH ASIAN POLITICS IS UNDERGOING VIRULENT CHANGE

 

 

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6 Comments
  1. Tejaswi 1 month ago

    As iam a beginner ,i am unable to structure the answer.i tried it with 2018 paper.it came out well.but for the above first question iam finding it difficult.can you please help me out?

    • Author
      IAS NETWORK 4 weeks ago

      Hey,

      That Essay topic finds its relevance in recent RBI Vs Govt and CBI controversy, issues with other institutions and how they negatively affects functioning of our country and are against what our founding father envisaged.

      so ideal structure can be like this :

      Intro, you can start with how some institutions were created by Constitution makers and legislators for proper functioning of our country but recent issues like CBI issue and RBI issue seems to be negating what was originally envisaged

      in Main Body :

      you need to cover as many institutions and issues with them as possible

      you can write about CBI, RBI, CVC, CIC, Parliament itself, UPSC ( changes being proposed ), Tax dept ( IRS issue ), even judiciary

      you need to cover how these institutions on which good governance of our country depends are affected by several issues and how there poor performance is affecting functioning of our country negatively

      then you need to mention some unique and specific suggestions, needs to be comprehensive in this regards.

      then conclude the essay on a positive note.

      Regards

  2. Tejaswi 1 week ago

    q.1:SEVERAL OF INDIA’S TOP INSTITUTIONS ARE GOING THROUGH INTERNAL WARS OR WAR WITH GOVERNMENT , DEATH OF FOUNDING FATHER’S DREAMS ?
    A:India is the largest democratic country in the world.Here any law or act is made completely for the welfare of people.It was the dream of our constitution makers .In our country we can see many institutions like cbi,rbi,upsc,judiciary etc which are created or formed for the proper functioning of the country.But in recent times ,many issues happened with these institutions which are against and disturbing the thought behind their formation .
    Now let us move in to the fact of the issues happened recently.
    RBI:Reserve Bank Of India is the central bank of our country which is formed through an act in 1934.It was amended in 1936,which was meant to provide supervision for banking firms in India.It is an entity independent of government as it takes its own decisions.Section7(1) of RBI act 1934,states that “Government can give directions from time to time to central bank after consulting the Governor of the bank which it may consider necessary for public purpose” and Section 7 (2) gives the government powers to entrust the business of RBI to its central board of directors.These both sections clearly explains that autonomy of the central bank should not be disturbed for any issue.Invoking section-7 of RBI act now even after disagreement of the governor raises questions regarding intention and impact of government.This provision has not been used till now and not even in that time when India has been facing major financial issues during global financial crisis.
    CBI: The CBI is not a statutory body.It derives powers from Delhi Special Police Establishment(DSPE)1946.The cbi is main investigating agency.The director of CBI will be appointed by a collegium comprising The prime minister,the chief justice of India and leader of opposition party.The director cannot be removed with out the consent of this collegium.But when it comes to the director “Alok verma”of cbi it didn’t happen in the decided way.He was removed by PMO without consent of collegium and says this step as illegal.The CBI director can be remove on the grounds of misbehavior by only on a order of the President.The both director and special director are accusing each other of bribery in a case related to business man of Hyderabad.As nothing is yet proved it is a wrong decision of sending director on a compulsory leave.
    “CBI is today used for political purposes against political opponents. CBI should not be under the administrative control of the government. If there had been Lokpal, it could have investigated the issue. It is debatable whether permission is required for the FIR.”- says “PRASANTH BHUSHAN,PUBLIC INTEREST LAWYER”.
    UPSC:Union Public Service Commission is created for the appointment of public service officers through Department Of personnel and training.UPSC was established in the year 1926 with name “public service commission” and later it was changed to “UPSC” after independence.UPSC appointments are based on presidents approval.It is a constitutional body.It is autonomus.All India Services exam is conducted for recruiting Group A and Group B officers in public service.There is a regulation “upsc exemption from consultation regulation-1958” clearly defines that recruitment procedure and power for the above services is completely vested in the hands of the commission.But government has given many advices and suggestions in allocationg the positions for recruited officers of All India Services exam.UPSC allocates positions according to the merit.But government adviced to allocate the positions after their training at academy.This is completely against upsc and candidate.It can also lead to illegal activities like corruption which can be used for getting the desired position without required merit.This involvement of government disturbs the autonomy of a constitutional body.
    JUDICIARY:
    Judiciary in India is independent which is formed for fair and transparent judgement. It is a constitutional body.Articles (121-147) of constitution says about indepence of judicial system.But in recent times,many issues were happened which left stain on already blemished judicial appointments system. The rejection of Justice KM Joseph’s name by the Centre in April this year came along with a set of unconvincing reasons, strengthening the assertion that he was being made to pay for his April, 2016 judgment quashing Centre’s imposition of president rule in Uttarakhand. Government has now also expressed reservations over 30 to 40 out of the 126 names recommended for appointment as judges of High Courts on the grounds that they do not satisfy the minimum income requirement. the criterion fails to take into consideration factors such as his field of practice, the pro bono work undertaken by him as well as the geographical factors which determine the amount of money paid to him in every case.This could not be taken as a criterion because it may become an hindrance for a deserving candidate.
    CIC:
    The Central Information Commission (CIC) set up under the Right to Information Act is the authorised body, established in 2005,under the Government of India. CIC is designated statutory authority to receive and inquire into complaint from any person.CIC and SIC says the salary and duration of service of the appointees will be specified at the time of appointment.Government proposes a fixed tenure of five years for the information commissioners. Government has justified its stand by citing the nature of work done by CIC and EC.Officials says the functions carried out by EC and CIC is very different.

    Way Forward:
    • Laws that clearly defines the involvement of government in independent bodies should be made.
    • Special tribunals to judge issues in such institutions in a fair and transparent manner.
    • Amendments in existing acts that suits the present country’s situation should be made.
    Conclusion:
    If there is any act with provisions stating it can accept others suggestions it does not mean that its autonomy should be objected.Infact it says that the executive and working institutions should work hand in hand and discuss with each other on any issues but not just impose their opinions on others only protect the founding fathers dream.

    • Author
      IAS NETWORK 1 week ago

      Hey, Your approach is right however more institutions can be covered like Parliament / legislatures, Rights Commissions etc

      An we would suggest you to get your handwritten copy evaluated, as this way we won’t be able to judge your presentation skills, for example you have written way forward in points format, this needs to be looked into in handwritten mode

      So we would suggest you to write essay on A4 blank paper and send us pics or pdf at admin@aman268

      and please number the pages and send pics in correct order.

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