RREESSHHMMAA MMOOHHAANN
CCAANNDDIIDDAATTEE CCOODDEE:: 1133997733002233
SSOOCCIIAALL SSCCIIEENNCCEE
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 A political party is an organization of people which seeks to
achieve goals common to its members through the
acquisit...
 India has a multi-party system with predominance of
small regional parties.
 Political parties that wish to contest l...
SL NO NAME SYMBOL YEAR CURRENT
LEADER
1 BSP ELEPHANT 1984 Mayavati
2 BJP LOTUS 1980 Amit shah
3 CPI Ears of Corn
and ...
Regional parties are parties whose main holds are in one certain state and
mostly they participate in the elections only ...
 Contesting Elections: Political parties contest elections. A political party nominates
its candidate for the electo.ral...
Political parties ppt blog
Political parties ppt blog
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Political parties ppt blog

Political parties
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. RREESSHHMMAA MMOOHHAANN CCAANNDDIIDDAATTEE CCOODDEE:: 1133997733002233 SSOOCCIIAALL SSCCIIEENNCCEE KKUUCCTTEE KKOOLLLLAAMM
  • 2.  A political party is an organization of people which seeks to achieve goals common to its members through the acquisition and exercise of political power.  In democracies, political parties are elected to run a government by the electorate.  Political parties are the back bone of democracy.
  • 3.  India has a multi-party system with predominance of small regional parties.  Political parties that wish to contest local, state or national elections are required to be registered by the Election Commission of India.  The party is recognised in four or more states, is declared as a "National party" by the EC. Otherwise, it is known as a "State Party".  All parties contesting the elections have to choose a symbol from a list of available symbols offered by the EC
  • 4. SL NO NAME SYMBOL YEAR CURRENT LEADER 1 BSP ELEPHANT 1984 Mayavati 2 BJP LOTUS 1980 Amit shah 3 CPI Ears of Corn and Sickle 1925 Suravaram Sudhakar Reddy 4 CPI(M) Hammer, Sickle and Star 1964 Prakash Karatu 5 INC Hand 1985 Sonia Gandhi 6 NCP Clock 1999 Sharad Pawar
  • 5. Regional parties are parties whose main holds are in one certain state and mostly they participate in the elections only within that state.
  • 6.  Contesting Elections: Political parties contest elections. A political party nominates its candidate for the electo.ral contest in various constituencies.  Political parties play a decisive role in making laws for the country.  Political parties form and run governments.  A party which does not get majority or come under the majority coalition, needs to play the role of opposition.  Political parties shape public opinion.  Political parties provide people access to government machinery and welfare schemes implemented by governments.