Which act was most important in British administration?
It marked the first step towards parliamentary control over the company and centralised administration in India.
Regulating Act of 1773.
|Introduced by||Frederick North, Lord North on 18 May 1773|
|Territorial extent||Great Britain Bengal Presidency Madras Presidency Bombay Presidency|
Which Indian Act is also known as the Act for the Better Government of India?
Government of India Act 1858
|Long title||An Act for the better Government of India|
|Citation||21 & 22 Vict. c. 106|
|Royal assent||2 August 1858|
|Commencement||1 November 1858|
Which act led the foundation for British administration in India?
Pitt’s India Act (1784), named for the British prime minister William Pitt the Younger, established the dual system of control by the British government and the East India Company, by which the company retained control of commerce and day-to-day administration but important political matters were reserved to a secret …
What was the most important reform introduced by the Government of India Act 1935?
The most remarkable feature of the Act was the provincial autonomy. With the abolition of Dyarchy at provinces, the entire provincial administration was instructed to the responsible ministers who were controlled and removed by the provincial legislatures.
Which Act is passed by Britain?
Legislations of British India – Introduction
|Name of Legislation||Date of Enactment|
|Rowlatt Act, 1919||March 18th, 1919|
|Government of India Act of 1935||April 1st, 1937 (Royal assent on 24th July 1935)|
|Industrial Disputes Act, 1947||April 1st, 1947|
|Indian Independence Act, 1947||August 15, 1947 (Royal assent – July 18th, 1947|
What was the main aim of Charter Act?
Charter act of 1813 ended the monopoly of the East India Company in India, however the company’s monopoly in trade with china and trade in tea with India was kept intact. Thus, trade with India for all commodities except Tea was thrown open to all British subjects.
What are the important features of 1919 Act?
The Government of India Act of 1919, made a provision for classification of the central and provincial subjects. The Act kept the Income Tax as a source of revenue to the Central Government. However, for Bengal and Bombay, to meet their objections, a provision to assign them 25% of the income tax was made.
What did the new act in 1858 mention Class 8?
The British Parliament passed a new Act in 1858 and transferred the powers of the East India Company to the British Crown (royal family). A member of the British Cabinet was appointed Secretary of State for India, and made responsible for all matters related to the governance of India.
Which act is known as act of settlement?
The Act of Settlement was an Amending Act of 1781, which was passed by British Parliament on 5th July 1781 to remove the defects of the Regulating Act 1773. It is also known as Declaratory Act, 1781.