Roles Of Democracy In Democracy

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To built faith of the natives of the nation towards government and the development of the nation and to establish strong democratic foundation at grass-root level, Panchayats were established which is the focus of present report. Being a largest democratic nation in the world, government needs to reach common man and a common man must be connected to government and must feel part he can play in the governance is possible through Panchayats, a foundation and a sign of a democracy. Here the role of educated and uneducated Panchs and Sarpanchs are discussed, their ability, sensitiveness, their status in society and educational qualifications are also discussed. Impacts on developmental process of the society and suggestions to improve working of Panchayats and attracting people to participate, their decision making and role in the governance from grass-root level are the focus of the study.

Key words: Democracy, Importance of Education, Qualification of Panchayati Leaders and Schemes.

1. Introduction:
Independence must begin at bottom (grass-root) level. Thus, every village will be a republic or Panchayats having full powers. It follows, therefore, that every village has to be self-sustained and capable of managing its affairs even to the extent of defending itself against the whole world. Democracy is considered as one of the best form of government because it ensure liberty of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship, equality of status and opportunity,
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