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List of Important Indian Mathematicians From Ancient to Modern Times

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Indian mathematicians and their contribution to Science and Mathematics

Bhaskara

  • He is also known as Bhaskaracharya.
  • He was born in 1114.
  • He was the one who acknowledged that any number divided by zero is infinity and that the sum of any number and infinity is also infinity.

SSC CGL Study Notes: Polity (Fundamental Rights)

Polity Notes for SSC GGL Exam

Fundamental Rights


General
12. Definition of State.
13. Laws inconsistent with or in derogation of the Fundamental Rights.

Right to Equality
14. Equality before law.
15. Prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or

SSC CGL Study Notes: Polity (Important Constitutional Amendments)

Polity Notes for SSC GGL Exam

Important Constitutional Amendments


The Constitution (Third Amendment) Act, 1954
The Third Amendment brought about changes in the Seventh Schedule consisting of the three Legislative Lists and entry 33 of the Concurrent List was substituted by a new one.

SSC CGL Study Notes: Polity (Election Commission)

Polity Notes for SSC GGL Exam

ELECTION COMMISSION


India is a representative democracy which has opted for a Parliamentary Form of Government. Under this system people elect their representatives both for the state legislatures as well as for Parliament

SSC CGL Study Notes: Polity (Salient Features of Indian Constitution)

Polity Notes for SSC GGL Exam

Salient Features of Indian Constitution


A Written Constitution: A written constitution is framed at a given time and comes into force on a fixed date as a document. Our constitution was framed in 2 years, 11 months and 18 days, it was adopted on

SSC CGL Study Notes: Polity (Important Committees & Commissions)

Polity Notes for SSC GGL Exam

Important Committees & Commissions


1. Central Information Commission: Receiving and inquiring into complaints from aggrieved persons.

2. Central Vigilance Commission: Probing offences by Central Government

SSC CGL Study Notes: Polity (High Courts in India)

Polity Notes for SSC GGL Exam

High Courts in India


Overview


  • There are 24 High Courts in India
  • The Calcutta High Court, established in 1862, is the oldest High Court in India. The Bombay and Madras High Courts were also established in the same year

SSC CGL Study Notes: Polity (Supreme Court of India)

Polity Notes for SSC GGL Exam

Supreme Court of India


Overview: The Supreme Court of India is decreed by Part V, Chapter IV of the Constitution
It was established on 28 Jan 1950
According to the Constitution, the role of the Supreme Court is that of a

SSC CGL Study Notes: Polity (Indian Parliament)

Polity Notes for SSC GGL Exam

The Parliament of India


Overview: The Parliament consists of the Rajya Sabha (Council of States), the Lok Sabha (House of the People) and the office of the President
Any Bill can become an Act only after being passed by both Houses of Parliament

SSC CGL Study Notes: Polity (State Legislature)

Polity Notes for SSC GGL Exam

State Legislature


Articles 168 to 212 in Part VI of the Constitution deal with the organisation, composition, duration, officers, procedures, privileges, powers and so on of the state legislature. Though these are similar to that of

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