Functions of Supreme Court of India

Functions of Supreme Court of India

Supreme Court of India The constitution provides for a single and unified judiciary.The supreme court is at the helm of the judicial system in India.The supreme court exercises administrative control over all high courts ,the high court exercises control over subordinate courts.The Functions of Supreme Court of India are multifarious. The judges of subordinate courts are elected and appointed as judges of high court,the judges of high court are appointed as judges of supreme court. The judges of Supreme Court  and High courts are appointed by the president .The judges of…

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Functions of RBI

Functions of RBI

Reserve Bank of India RBI was set up in 1935 by virtue of the RBI Act 1934 .It was set up mainly as a private bank.RBI was nationalised on 1st January 1949.Banking Regulation act empowers the RBI to regulate the entire banking system in the country.The following are the functions of RBI. Functions of RBI The functions of RBI are multifarious which make it an important part of Indian economy. It has the sole authority to issue currency in the country other than one rupee and coins.RBI issues currency on…

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Role of Military in disaster management in India

Role of Military in disaster management in India

The frequency of occurrence of extreme events either man made or natural has increased alarmingly in this century. The country has witnessed the worst forms of disasters in the form of earthquake (Bhuj), Tsunami (Nagapattanam & east coast), the flood and droughts. The flood situation in Uttarkhand has been disastrous washing away the entire state.The disaster management in India suffers several lacunae. It is normally the civilian population who are the first to respond when a disaster of higher magnitude occurs .Then comes the civilian forces. But more recently the…

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Supreme Court of India and its Jurisdiction

Supreme Court of India and its Jurisdiction

jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of India The Supreme Court of India enjoys three types of jurisdiction 1.Original Jurisdiction :This means that certain types of cases can originate with the supreme court a)Dispute between centre and states b) Dispute between two or more states c) Dispute regarding the enforcement of fundamental rights 2. Appellate Jurisdiction:The Supreme Court is the highest court of appeal and its writs and decrees run throughout the country.All cases that come to the Supreme Court in the form of appeals against judgement of lower courts fall…

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