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Asked On2017-07-26 08:43:19 by:Aparna-Dasgupta

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Transfer of Powers from the Company to the Crown: An Act of 1858 was passed in the British parliament which ended the rule of the East India Company and established the rule of the British crown over the Indian territories to ensure smooth management of Indian affairs.
Changes in Administration: A British cabinet member was appointed as the Secretary of State for India who was responsible for all matters that were concerned with the governance of the country.
The Governor General was now called the Viceroy. Through these measures, the British government accepted the direct responsibility for ruling India.
Assurances to the Local Rulers and the zamindars The British government assured all the ruling chiefs of the country that their lands would not be indiscriminately taken away. They were also allowed to pass on their kingdoms to their adopted sons.
However, the Indian rulers had to accept Queen Victoria as the paramount power and had to work as subordinates of the British Crown.
Reorganization of the Army: It was decided to reduce the number of Indian soldiers in the army and increase the number of European soldiers in the Indian army.
Since the Sikh, Gurukhas and the Pathan soldiers had helped the British in suppressing the rebellion, the British decided to recruit them in large numbers in the Indian army.
Policy of Non Interference in the Religious Policies of the Natives: The British decided to respect the religious, social and cultural practices of the Indians.

Answerd on:2017-07-27 Answerd By:milan-ransingh

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