The Karnataka State Government has announced the list of general holidays for State Government employees for the year 2018. Also See Bank Holidays in Karnataka for 2017 Bank Holidays in India for 2017 Karnataka Government Holidays for 2017 Karnataka Government Holidays For 2016 About Karnataka Govt
The democratically elected, Government of Karnataka has supreme authority over the state’s 30 districts. The chief minister and his/her council of ministers are appointed by Karnataka’s constitutional head, the governor. The bicameral state legislature of Karnataka consists of Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council.
The seat of Karnataka’s state legislature, the Vidhan Soudha, is aptly located in its state capital, Bangalore. There are three prime political parties in Karnataka, the Indian National Congress, the Bharatiya Janata Party and Janata Dal Secular. Presently, the Indian National Congress is the ruling party of Karnataka, with Siddaramaiah as the elected chief minister of the state.
The Government of Karnataka has launched many people friendly programs such as the Anna Bhagya, Ksheera Bhagya, Runamukta Bhagya and Vidya Sira. The state government has also announced a new free laptop scheme under which students enrolling at government colleges in the year 2017-18 will receive free laptops. Read more about Karnataka Government
Bangalore property tax is a local tax collected by the municipal authorities from the property owners. This tax is collected to maintain the basic civic facilities and services in the city, such as roads, parks, sewer systems, light posts, etc. Property owners in Bangalore have to pay this tax to the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike […]
A marriage certificate is a valid legal document that establishes the marital status of a couple. It is an essential document, particularly for married women. In India, marriage registration can be done either under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 or under the Special Marriage Act, 1954, or under the Parsi Marriage and Divorce Act, 1936. […]
The Karnataka State Government has announced the list of general holidays for State Government employees for the year 2017. Also See : Karnataka Government Holidays 2018 Bank Holidays in Karnataka for 2017 Bank Holidays in India for 2017 Karnataka Government Holidays For 2016 About Karnataka Govt
Technology has helped in shaping up the whole government system to remove all pitfalls in the management. Every system in the government is getting organized and computerized. With the online treasury system, Khajane, the complete treasury system maintained by the government has become better and easier to manage. With Khajane, the 216 treasury offices are […]
Karnataka is a state belonging to the South-west of India with a democratic government running the state. The elected body runs the administration of Karnataka with a Governor appointed as the constitutional head. The Governor is appointed for a five-year tenure will appoint the Chief Minister and even his council of members. The Governor holds the […]
The Speaker of Karnataka Assembly assumes the position of the presiding officer of the Legislative Assembly of Karnataka, which is the primary law-making body for the state. The Speaker is elected by the members of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly. Generally, the Speaker is a member of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly. Given below is the […]
Akrama Sakrama is a scheme introduced by the Karnataka State Government to regularize the unauthorized buildings and layouts scheme. It is an effort to streamline the rampant illegal constructions in the state. The scheme enables the owners of plots and flats in Bangalore to regularize their buildings by paying a penalty. What is the need […]
The Chief Minister of Karnataka is the elected head and the chief executive of the state. The Chief Minister is elected by a majority in the Legislative Assembly of Karnataka. The Governor of Karnataka is the appointing authority for the Chief Minister of the state. The Chief Minister of Karnataka acts as the leader of […]
The Governor of Karnataka is the nominal head of the state. The President of India directly appoints the Governor for a period of 5 years. The Governor’s powers and functions at the state level are similar to those of the President of India at Union level. The primary function of the Governor is to defend, […]