The Right to Information Act 2005 provides effective access to information for citizens of India, which is under the control of the public authorities. It promotes transparency and accountability in the working of every public authority. It provides the facility for Citizens to get information on the Government's actions and decisions. Within the 30 days from the date of application and Rs.10 fees the information will come to your doorstep. Click the following to get more information about this law.
The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act or Right to Education Act (RTE) is an Act which describes the modalities of the importance of free and compulsory education for children between 6 and 14 in India. Key points about this act is the formation of school management committee and 25% seats to weaker and disadvantaged groups in aided and private schools. Click the following to get more information about this law.
The Sexual Harassment Of Women At Workplace (Prevention,Prohibition And Redressal)Act,2013
The main objective of this law is to prevent the sexual harassment of women at workplace and also to get the timely justice to women who are sexually harassed in work place. This act gives direction to form a internal complaints committee in the work place and local complaints committee in each district. This act also tells the procedure to file a complaint and the procedure to investigate such complaints. Click the following to get more information about this law.
Take if 5 candidates are contesting in 1 constituency namely A,B,C,D & E. Also consider total votes as 1,00,000. The following is the result of the election
Who won this election?
As all we know candidate A won. Because he got maximum number of votes compared to other candidates. But if we see the total vote he/she got only 30000 vote. This means remaining 70000 people is against this person. But what happened to this 70000 against votes?
The candidate A going to act as a representative of the constituency where 70000 peoples are against him.
Above said is the working of voting system named “First Past the post”. This issue should be get cleared for the betterment of democracy. Click the below to see various types of voting system.
The function of panchayats play very important role in the development of country. Many social development schemes are implementing via panchayats only. But we are unaware of duties & responsibilities of panchayat. We also forget about the Gram sabha in village panchayats which gives powers to each & every voters to take part in the decision making. To know about Gram sabha & panchayats click the below link: