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NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Political Science Chapter 3 - Electoral Politics

The third chapter describes the necessity for elections and the reasons for conducting them. What makes the elections democratic has also been stated. Further, the chapter outlines the importance of having opposition parties so that there is a fair election and people have the choice to select the best among them. The format of India's election has been started with segregating the constituencies and campaigns that the respective party holds.

The chapter then states the procedure of counting the votes. The chapter ends by stating the challenges faced by the election commission while conducting elections along with the functions performed by it.

  • The chapter talks about the necessity for elections to take place in a democratic country.
  • The key points that make elections democratic in the country, such as one person- one vote, having choices to choose from and periodical elections have been mentioned in detail
  • The distinction between Lok sabha, its members, and Rajya sabha and the pattern of work has been briefed.
  • Though the constitution treats everyone as equal exemption and priority are given to minor sections of the society, which is the reason certain seats of the election are reserved for them.
  • Details and documents are asked to be submitted to the election commissioner’s office by the nominated candidates.
  • Additional information such as slogans used by political parties after independence has also been mentioned.
  • Election Commission is the independent authority in India that conducts fair and smooth elections
  • In the end, the chapter states the procedure of conducting elections, casting of votes, and counting of the vote to declare the results of the election.


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