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Three levels of government in India are

Federal system is necessary as it promotes the unity of country and accommodates regional diversity.

India has three tier of government that is :

1) Central government: This is a government for entire country. It is responsible for the proper administration of country. It deals with the affairs of national interest. Central government is also responsible for the international affairs. 

2) State government: It governs each state and deals with the affairs of state included in the state list. Governor is the nominal head of state government. 

3) Panchayati Raj: Rural or local government is known as Panchayati Raj. It has been divided into Three tier or three level That is Gram Panchayat at village level, block committee at the block level and zila parishad at district level. 


It is a political organisation that subscribes to a particular ideology and seeks to attain political power


Political party: A political organization that subscribes to a certain ideology and seeks to attain political power through representation in government.


Two houses of state legislature in India are

The State legislature consists of two Houses, namely, Legislative Council and Legislative Assembly.

Legislative Council of a state comprises of not more than one-third of the total seats in state Legislative Assembly and the numbers of seats for a Legislative Council should in no case be less than 40. State of Jammu & Kashmir is the only exception to the minimum 40 seats rule with only 36 Legislative Council seats.

Who have real authority in a country

Solution: Peoples of the country has real authority because they are nation builder's and the people of the has right to choose the representative who govern the country.

What name is the elected representative who are not the members of the ruling party

Solution: Opposition is the name for the elected representatives who are not part of ruling party.

____ is an activity interesting activity through which research can be done on a particular topic of interest


The opinions and the comments about the working of the government are also expressed through media like


All these mediums help to convey the ideologies of the government and get in contact with the comments of public for the same.


The MLAs belong to the ruling party will elect their leader who will become the


Members of the Legislative assembly (MLAs) elected by the


What is the minimum age of qualification for membership in the Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council of the state respectively?


The qualification to a member of the largely similar to the qualification to be the members of Parliament. A person should be, a citizen of India not less than 25 years and of age to be a member of the Legislative Assembly and not less than 30 years as per Article 173 of the Indian Constitution to be a member of the Legislative Council.

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