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- Self Study at your convenient time
- Involving Unique learning methodologies through Quick Tips, Flowcharts, Videos
- For Students studying in 10th Std.ICSE Board
- For candidates preparing for competetive exams
- For other students desiring to gain knowledge
Civics for 10th Std ICSE – Course offers unique method to Self E-Study ICSE Civics . This Pedagogy learning approach is very helpful using Miteecharts CIVICS 10 ICSE (flowcharts) and QuickTips 10th Civics ICSE. Our MiteeCivics is well thought out as per syllabus, and what’s more, the students will find this study method very easy find answers to the questions.
|Course Name : Civics for 10th Std ICSE|
|Subject : Civics. Std. X (ICSE)|
|Purpose & Advantage : The course provides innovative learning techniques to make it very interesting, easy to grasp and recall instantly using our Quicktips, and Miteecharts.|
|Length of Course : 360 Days (10 Repeats)|
|Course Fees : INR. 847.00|
|Course Creator and Mentor : Kamla Kashyap|
Lesson 1. The Union Parliament.
SCOPE – Meaning of the Federal Setup in India
Lok Sabha – Term, Composition, Qualifications for membership, Parliamentary procedures: a brief idea of sessions, quorum, question hour, adjournment and no-confidence motion, Speaker, Election
and functions. (Functions- omitted for session 2020-21)
Rajya Sabha – Composition, Qualifications for membership election, terms, Presiding officer.
Powers and functions of Union Parliament – (Legislative, Financial, Judicial, Electoral, amendment of the constitution, control over executive), exclusive powers of the Two House.
Lesson 2 – The President and the Vice President.
SCOPE – The Union Executive
Qualifications for election, Composition of Electoral college, reason for indirect election, term of office, reason for indirect election, term of office, procedure for impeachment.
Powers – Executive, Legislative, discretionary and emergency, (
Financial, Judicial) omitted for session 2020-21. The Vice-President (omitted for session 2020-21) Qualifications for election, terms of office and Powers. (omitted for session 2020-21)
Lesson 3 – Prime Minister and Council of Ministers.
SCOPE – Appointment , formation of Council of Ministers, Tenure,
Functions – Policy making, Administrative, Legislative, Financial emergency. (omitted for session 2020-21)
Position and Powers of The Prime Minister.
Collective and individual responsibility of the members of the Cabinet Distinction between Council of Ministers and Cabinet.
Lesson 4. – The Supreme Court.
SCOPE – Composition, Qualifications of Judges, Appointment.
independence of judiciary from the control of executive and legislative. (omitted for session 2020-21)
Jurisdiction and Functions, Original, Appellate Advisory Revisory, Judicial Review and Court of Recor. Enforcement of Fundamental Rights and Writs.
Lesson 5 – The High Courts and Subordinate Courts.
SCOPE – The High Courts – Composition, Qualifications of Judges, appointment,
Jurisdiction and Functions, original, Appellate, Revisory, Judicial Review and Court of Record, Enforcement of Fundamental Rights and Writs. (omitted for session 2020-21)
Subordinate Courts – Distinction between Court of the District Judge and Sessions Court.
Lok Adalat – Meaning and advantages.
End of Course Outline
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