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PowerPoint Presentation: Political Parties Introduction : Introduction A political party is a group of like-minded people who hold similar views on political issues of the country. It is an organized group seeking to gain power through democratic means. In pursuit of this objective, political parties field their candidates in the election held for the public offices of the country FUNCTIONS OF POLITICAL PARTIES: Participation in elections Selection of candidates Campaigns Good Governance Role as an opposition Act as an unifying bond Social Change Election related functions. FUNCTIONS OF POLITICAL PARTIES They educate the masses, through their meetings and propaganda , about the various problems facing the country at a particular time. They helps in the formation of public opinion. 2. They fight elections and try to get the maximum number of their candidates elected. 3. The party which gets an absolute majority in the legislature, forms the government and runs the administration of the country. 4. Other parties form the opposition. They criticize the wrong policies of the government and check it form becoming despotic. 5. Political parties give political education to the people. 6. They serve as a link between the government and the people. 7.They serve as a link between the Legislature and Executive organs of Government. PowerPoint Presentation: National Parties PowerPoint Presentation: National Party Symbol 1.Bhartiya Janta Party Lotus ( BJP ) 2.Bahujan Samaj Party Elephant ( BSP ) 3.Communist Party of Ears of corn India ( C PI ) and sickle 4.Communist Party of Hammer, Sickle India ( C PM ) and Star 5.Indian National Congress Hand (Congress- I ) 6.Nationalist Congress Clock Party ( NCP ) MAJOR NATIONAL POLITICAL PARTIES PowerPoint Presentation: Bharatiya Janta Party In 1989 when there was a split in Janata Party, the erstwhile Jan Singh rechristened itself into Bharatiya Janta Party. It was the single largest party in 1996 and in 1999 General Elections it came close to a majority in the Lok Sabha winning 182 seats. Mr. Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who was the Prime Minister in the earlier govt. was elected as the Prime Minister again. PowerPoint Presentation: It shares the objective of Public Funding of elections with its allies in the NDA. Creation of smaller states. Creating about million jobs a yr. To favor equal opportunities and privileges to all minority sections of the society. To deal with the cases of communal violence speedily. Establish National Security Council for strengthening the defense of the country. Review of the Nuclear Weapons Policy. Policies and P rogrammes : PowerPoint Presentation: Present Status Chairperson - Nitin Gadkari Parliamentary Chairperson - Nitin Gadkari Leader in Lok Sabha - Sushma Swaraj (Leader of Opposition) Leader in Rajya Sabha - Arun Jaitley ( Leader of Opposition) Preceded by - Bharatiya Jana Sangh ECI Status - National Party PowerPoint Presentation: Alliance - National Democratic Alliance   (NDA) Youth wing - Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha Women's wing - BJP Mahila Morcha Peasant's wing - Bharatiya Kisan Sangh Political position - Right-wing PowerPoint Presentation: 7/26/2014 10 Colours – Saffron Newspaper - Kamal Sandesh Headquarters - 11 Ashoka Road, New Delhi, 110001 Ideology Hindu nationalism Social conservatism Fiscal conservatism Economic liberalism   PowerPoint Presentation: 7/26/2014 11 Seats in Lok Sabha - 115 / 545 Seats in Rajya Sabha - 49 / 245   Election symbol Bharatiya Ja n ta party PowerPoint Presentation: REGIONAL POLITICAL PARTIES PowerPoint Presentation: REGIONAL POLITAL PARTIES IN INDIA PARTY RESERVED SYMBOL Assam Gan Parishad Elephant Telugu Desam Party Bicycle DMK Rising Sun All-India Anna DMK Two Leaves Shiv Sena The Bow and Arrow National Conference Plough Shiromani Akali Dal Scales PowerPoint Presentation: Samajwadi Party Party chairperson Mulayam Singh Yadav General Secretary Amar Singh Leader in Lok Sabha Ram Gopal Yadav Founded October 4, 1992 Headquarters Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh Seats in Lok Sabha 38 Seats in Rajya Sabha 16 Political ideology Democratic Socialism Website PowerPoint Presentation: Samajwadi Party (literally, Socialist Party) is a political party in India. It is based in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It describes itself as a democratic socialist party. It was founded on October 4, 1992. The Samajwadi Party was one of several parties that emerged when the Janata Dal (People's League), India's primary opposition party prior to the BJP, fragmented into several regional parties. The Samajwadi Party is led by Mulayam Singh Yadav, a former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and a former defence minister of the country. INTRODUCTION OF SAMAJWADI PARTY PowerPoint Presentation: HOW TO REFORM POLITICAL PARTY????? PowerPoint Presentation: ways in which Political Parties can be reformed – People can put pressure on political parties. This can be done through petitions, publicity and agitations. Ordinary citizens, pressure groups and movements and the media can play an important role in this. Political parties can improve if those who want this join political parties. It is difficult to reform politics if ordinary citizens do not take part in it and simply criticise it from the outside. The problem of bad politics can be solved by more and better politics. VOTE & SHOW THEM, YOUR POWER PowerPoint Presentation: Suggestions often made to reform political parties : A law should be made to regulate the internal affairs of political parties, to maintain a registar of its members, to follow its own constitution, to have an independent authority, to act as a judge in case of party disputes, to hold open elections to the highest posts. To give minimum number of tickets, about one-third, to women candidates, quota for women in the decision making bodies of the party. There should be state funding of elections. PowerPoint Presentation: Democracy Monarchy It is a type of government that emanates from the constituted powers that are elected, depending on people. It is an absolutist regime exists and is in power because of family lineage. Monarchic regime the state entities defined by the king. In a democracy there is a Political Constitution the defines how the country’s structure is going to be. Difference between: There are different states of power. Power states on one hand. PowerPoint Presentation: HOPE YOU LIKE Watching Presentation.. PowerPoint Presentation: THANK YOU….

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