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Union state financial relations in India

Narayanamurthy Rajagopala Rao

Union state financial relations in India

by Narayanamurthy Rajagopala Rao

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Published by Karnatak University in Dharwar .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Intergovernmental fiscal relations -- India

    • Edition Notes

      StatementN.R. Rao.
      SeriesResearch publications series / Karnatak University ;, 15, Research publications series (Karnatak University) ;, 15.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHJ1334 .R33
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 326, [6] p. :
      Number of Pages326
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3926540M
      LC Control Number81900204

        Many political historians, including R.C.S. Sarkar in his book “Union-State Relations in India”, have observed that over centralization of powers in the hands of Union Government was one of the major reasons that resulted in the ouster of the Congress Party in General Elections both at the Centre as well as in a large number of States. UNION, STATE AND CONCURRENT LIST Union List (List-I) 1. Defence of India 2. Naval, military and air forces; any other armed forces of the Union 2A. Deployment of any armed force of the Union in any state in aid of the civil power 3. Cantonment areas and local self-govermment in such areas 4. Naval, military and air force works 5.

      Federalism in India refers to relations between the Centre and states of Union of India. The Constitution of India establishes structure of the Indian government. Part XI of the Indian constitution specifies the distribution of legislative, administrative and executive powers between the union government and the States of India. The legislative powers are categorised under a Union List, a. a state-of-the-art Blue Sky Thinking and Research Campus, RSG-Financial Times: India’s Most Innovative Law Firm , INDIA’S CENTRAL TRADE UNION ORGANIZATIONS 03 4. COLLECTIVE BARGAINING IN INDIA 04 I. Stages of Collective Bargaining in India 04 II. Levels of Collective Bargaining in India

      The Ministry of External Affairs (India) (MEA), also known as the Foreign Ministry, is the government agency responsible for the conduct of foreign relations of India. With the world's third largest military expenditure, largest armed force, fifth largest economy by nominal rates and third largest economy in terms of purchasing power parity, India is a regional power, a nuclear power, a. FINANCIAL RELATIONS –Art. to , part XII Allocation of Taxing Powers Parliament –Union List –15 State Legislature –State List –20 Parliament & State Legislature –3 related to vehicles, stamp duties & fees Residuary items –Parliament –taxes like gift, wealth & expenditure.


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Fatal error: Call to a member function get_review_count(). Union state financial relations in India. Dharwar: Karnatak University, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Narayanamurthy Rajagopala Rao.

Union-state financial relations in India. Delhi, Sterling Publishers [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: S M Veeraraghavachar. The Financial Relation between the Union and the States in India. India being a federation powers are distributed between the Union and the States.

Like other powers financial powers are also distributed between the two sets of government. Image Courtesy: Singh, Shailendra (ed), union state financial relations in India, sterling publication, New Delhi Singh, Shailendra (ed) union –state financial elections in India with special reference to under developed statesterling Publication, New Delhi Biz and Bytes (Vol.

Issue: 5, ) E-ISSN:Print ISSN: Union state financial relations in India book D.T. Lakdawal in his book Union State Financial Relations has very critically analyzed the working of federal finance in India and has also reviewed the recommendations of various Finance Commissions.

The federal Constitution must provide such as in-built mechanism that the federal harmony and co-ordination is. Financial relations are the most important aspect of Centre-State relations.

No system of federation can be successful unless both the Union and the States have at their disposal adequate financial resources to enable them to discharge their respective responsibilities under the Constitution.

To achieve this object, Indian Constitution has made elaborate provisions, relating to the distribution of. on Financial Relations between Centre and State (Art. to ) The Indian Constitution has elaborate provisions regarding the distribution of revenues between the Union and the States.

Article to in Part XII deal with the financial relations. The financial relations between the Union and the States can be studied under the following heads.

Let us make an in-depth study of the relation between the Centre and the State. The Constitution of India, adopted inmade a clear distinction between the financial ju­risdiction of the Central and the State Governments. Taxes to be levied by the Centre were.

Centre-State Financial Relations In India Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device : Dr. H.L. Bhatia. Union-State Relations / Centre-State Relations The Constitution provides a federal system of government in the country even though it describes India as ‘a Union of States’.

The constitutional provisions controls the financial relations between the centre and the states. Sources of income of the income of the Union Government are mentioned in Union list and some of these sources are of income tax other than agriculture income, customs and excise duty.

In the context of Indian Federalism, centre-state relations are significant for a harmonious relationship between the two constituents of the Indian Federation viz. the Union and the States.

Every federation works on the principle of clear-cut division of legislative, administrative and financial powers between the partners of federation and. Introduction to Center-State Relations: The Constitution of India, being federal in structure, divides all powers between the Centre and the Centre-state relations can be studied under three heads.

For the center-state Relationship in India complete notes PDF, check the link – Center-state Relations PDF. (a). Financial Centre-State Relations: Articles to in the Indian constitution deal with the financial aspect of centre-state relations in India.

It mainly deals with the imposition and collection of taxes. These are categorised as follows. ADVERTISEMENTS: After reading this article you will learn about the problems in financial relations between the Centre and State of India with suggestions for balanced fiscal federalism.

Mounting Vertical Imbalance: Vertical imbalance emerges because of disproportionate alignment of revenue sources in relation to increasing expenditure obligations by level of government.

There is a. Centre-States Financial Relations Role of Finance Commission D N Sharma THE Articles relating to the powers and functions of the Finance Commission in ­ tution are substantially the same as Sectionsand of the Government of India Act, Yet throughout the fifties the tradi­ tional approach to problems of.

The establishment of the National Institution for Transforming India (NITI) Aayog (the word Aayog appears redundant, and could be dropped) on January 1,as a replacement for the unlamented former Planning Commission, represents another significant development which is likely to change the dynamics of the Union–State financial relations.

area of Centre-State financial relations since the Sarkaria Commission. Chapter-4 pre- The Union and the State Lists under the Seventh Schedule prescribed in the solidated Fund of India, c) the measures needed to augment the Consolidated Fund of a.

The relations between centre and state are divides as: 1. Legislative relations 2. Administrative relations 3. Financial relations 1. Centre State Legislative Relations Articles to in Part XI of the Constitution deal with the legislative relations between the Centre and the State.

Extent of laws made by Parliament and by the. So the founding fathers of Indian Constitution spent a lot of effort in designing the financial relations between Union and states which are reasonably rigid in a flexible mould. The Constitution devotes two parts – one on the allocation of resources and the second on the distri­bution of grants in aid between Union and the state.

The Constitution of India provides a dual polity with a clear division of powers between the Union and the States, each being supreme within the sphere allotted to it. The relations between centre and state are divides as: Legislative relations Administrative relations Financial relations.In Centre state financial relations Finance Commission plays an important role.

According to the Constitution the President is empowered to set up a Finance Commission after every five years to make recommendations to him about the distribution of net proceeds .