Mewar Bhil Corps: MBC

Mewar Bhil Corp (MBC) – special division of Rajasthan Police marked its 176th foundation day this year. The Mewar Bhil Corp has a long, valiant and successful history of service and patriotism. In 1837, Col. James Outram, the Political Agent of Mahikanta, proposed the establishment of a Bhil corps under the command of a British officer. As a result, Mewar Bhil Corps was established on 1 January 1841. Why Mewar Bhil Corps Continue Reading

Rajasthan State Commission for Women: RSCW: Introduction and Recent Initiatives

RSCW: Background An international treaty, CEDAW (Convention on Elimination of Discrimination against Women) to ensure women’s empowerment was signed in 1979. India signed this treaty with some amendments on 9 July, 1993 and in consonance to International efforts for women’s empowerment, National Policy for Women was declared in 1996. Subsequently, National Commission for Women and State Commissions for Women were constituted. On 23th April 1999, the state government introduced Rajasthan Continue Reading

List of Chief Ministers & Governors of Rajasthan

Here is a list of Chief Ministers & Governors of Rajasthan: Chief Minsters: List of Governors:   Like page so that you don’t miss any important post: [themencode-fb-page-widget page=”″ width=”250″ height=”50″ hide_cover=”true” show_faces=”false” show_posts=”false”]                  

Governor in Indian Polity (Part-I )

Dealt in: Part VI of Constitution. (Deals with government in states, not applicable in J&K). State Executive includes: The Governor Chief Minister Council of Ministers Advocate General of State. No office of Vice-governor. Governor: Dual Role Nominal Executive head (Constitutional Head) Agent of the Central Government 7th Constitutional Amendment 1956(CA): Allowed appointment of same person as governor for two or more states. Appointment: Appointed by President by warrant under his Continue Reading

Origin & Growth: Rajasthan Legislative Assembly

The evolution of the House of People’s Representative in Rajasthan – the erstwhile Rajputana – is one of the important developments in the annals of the constitutional history of India. Rajputana consisting of twenty-two small and big Princely States. Though these Princely States were declared to have been annexed to the Union of India on 15 August, 1947, the process of merger and their unification became complete only in April, Continue Reading