- The Government of India Act, 1935 was an Act adapted from the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
- It originally received royal assent in August 1935.
- It was the longest Act of British Parliament ever enacted until Greater London Authority Act 1999 surpassed it.
- Because of its length, the Act was retroactively split by the Government of India Act. The Government of India Act, 1935, having 321 sections and 10 schedules.
- The Act led to:
- Establishment of RBI.
- FPSC, PPSC, JPSC.
- Federal Court in 1937.
- Bicameralism in 6 provinces (Bombay, Madras, Bengal, Bihar, Assam and United Provinces) out of 11 provinces
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