The Montague-Chelmsford Reforms, 1919. The Home Rule movement and the rise of revolutionary terrorism mainly led the British authority to pacify the rising tide in India. Chelmsford..
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Notes on The Indian Council Act (1909) or Morley-Minot Reforms. As per the Act of 1909 membership of the Legislative Council at the Centre increased from 16 to 60. Membership also increased in provincial legislatures and was limited at 50 in the provinces of Calcutta, Madras and Bombay.
How Technological and Institutional Reforms Helps Improving Indian Agriculture? For the improvement of agricultural yield, new-technologies and equipment have been introduced in the recent years.
What are the Major Reforms in Industrial Sector of India? Automatic approval of foreign investment up to 51% and foreign technology agreements permitted for all bulk drugs and formulation, barring a few.
Essay on the Communal Situation and Need for Religious Reforms in India. In the whole Ayodhya episode of recent years, in the flood of statements, no one has perceived that there is a global problem of every religion finding it hard to come to terms with the modern world.
Economic Reforms are not ends in itself. Its success is appraised on the whetstone of whether it has been able to better the quality of life of the people for whom these reforms are meant.
Democracy is a very sensitive form of Government and it can easily be prostituted if the party in power wants to do so and Opposition is unable to check it. They can adopt an electoral process. which will make democracy almost meaningless.
In this country land reforms were not considered to be something good for the British rulers. They thought that of the foreigners.
In 1909 the government announced the Morley-Minto Reforms to conciliate the moderate nationalists. Separate electorates were introduced for the Muslims.
Brief notes on some of the failed reforms, plans and experiments implemented by Muhammad bin Tughluq
Muhammad bin Tughluq tried to bring about many reforms but most of his plans failed because he was not practical in his thinking. Some of his plans or experiments that failed are given below: