Course Details

The powers and responsibilities of the Indian democracy have been segregated into three bodies- The Union, The Executive and The Judiciary. These organs don’t exist as water tight compartments but have overlapping roles and responsibilities.

After taking this course you’ll be able to answer any question based on the organs of the government like a pro!

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What you will learn

  • All about Union and State Executive
  • Functions of Union and State Legislature
  • Role of the Judiciary
  • All about subordinate courts

Curriculum for this course

Pre-Assessment Test

  • See where you stand with this test that will check your knowledge of three organs of the constitution


  • Indian Executive
  • Indian Legislature
  • Indian Judiciary

Live Lectures (An sms/email will be sent 30 minutes before live lecture. Live lectures are conducted on a regular basis and details will be updated here. Once available, you can view previously recorded live lecture.)

  • Live Lecture 1: Executive: Know about theory of Separation of Powers, President, Vice-President, Prime Minister, Council of Ministers, Attorney General for India, Executive under State Governments
  • Live Lecture 2: Legislature: Learn all about Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha, Role of President, Types of Bills, Sessions of Parliament, State Legislature
  • Live Lecture 3: Judiciary: Learn about Hierarchy and Independence of Judiciary, Supreme Court, High Court, Appointment of Judges to Supreme Court and High Court, Types of jurisdiction, Judiciary at the subordinate level


  • Indian Constitution IV - Practice Assignment 01
  • Indian Constitution IV - Practice Assignment 02
  • Indian Constitution IV - Practice Assignment 03

Online Tests

  • Indian Constitution IV - Practice Test 01
  • Indian Constitution IV - Practice Test 02
  • Indian Constitution IV - Practice Test 03

Doubt & Discussion Group

  • You will be sent a Telegram Group invite link within 48 hours.

Support & Help

  • Feel free to message us with any issues, queries or feedback you have about this course. We are happy to help!

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Indian constitution IV: Three Organs of the Constitution