The Constitution of India - Notes, Case Laws And Study Materials
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The Constitution of India - Notes, Case Laws And Study Materials

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The Constitution of India was brought into force on 26 January 1950. The Original Constitution of  India, it consisted of 395 Articles, 22 parts, and 8 Schedules. But at present, the Indian Constitution Consists of 448 Articles25 parts and 12 Schedules.

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Module 1 -  General Introduction to the Constitution

  • Historical Background of Constitution of India
  • The Making of the Constitution
  • Aims and Objectives
  • Salient Features of Constitution of India
  • Separation of Powers
  • Theory of Basic Structure
  • Types of Constitution
  • The Preamble of the Constitution

Module 2 -  The Union and Its Territory

  • Formation of the New States and Alteration of Boundaries
  • 100th Amendment - The Land Boundry Agreement with Bangladesh

Module 3 -  Citizenship

  • Meaning of Citizenship
  • Constitutional Rights and Privileges of Citizens of India
  • Overseas Citizen of India
  • One Citizenship in India

Module 4 -  Fundamental Rights and Fundamental Duties

  • History of the Fundamental Rights in India
  • Classification of Fundamental Rights
  • Equality before Law (Art. 14-18)
  • Freedom of Speech and Expression (Art. 19)
  • Protection in Respect of Conviction for Offences (Art. 20)
  • Freedom of Person (Art. 21)
  • Right to Education (Art. 21-A)
  • Preventive Detention (Art. 22)
  • Rights Against Exploitation (Art. 23)
  • Prohibition of Employment of Children in Factories (Art.24)
  • Freedom of Free Profession, Practice and Propagation of Religion (Art. 25-28)
  • Cultural and Educational Rights (Art. 29-30)
  • Constitution Remedies (Art. 32)
  • Scope of Writs (Art. 32)
    • Habeas Corpus
    • Mandamus
    • Prohibition
    • Certiorari
    • Quo-warranto
  • Power of Parliament to Modify or Restrict Fundamental Rights
  • Exceptions to Fundamental Rights
  • Scope of Judicial Review
  • Fundamental Duties

Module 5 -  Directive Principles of State Policy

Module 6 -  The Union Executive

  • The President and the Vice-president
  • Powers and Duties of the President
  • The Council of Ministers and their Responsibility
  • The Attorney General for India
  • The Comptroller and Auditor-General of India

Module 7 -  The Union Legislature

  • Constitution and Functions of the Parliament
  • Composition of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha
  • Qualifications and Disqualifications for Membership of Parliament
  • Speaker, Deputy-Speaker and Chairman, Vice-Chairman
  • Bills- Ordinary Bill, Money Bill and Finance Bill
  • The procedure of Joint Sitting
  • Privileges and Immunity of the Members of Parliament
  • The Doctrine of Occupied Field

Module 8 -  The State Executive 

  • Appointment, Powers and Functions of Governer and Advocate General
  • The Council of Ministers and their Responsibilities

Module 9 -  The State Legislature

  • Composition and Functions of State Legislature
  • Composition and Powers of Legislative Council and Legislative Assembly
  • Qualifications and Disqualifications of Members of State Legislature

Module 10 -  Local Government

  • The Panchayats
  • The Municipalities
  • Planning Committee

Module 11 -  The Supreme Court

  • Constitution of Supreme Court and Appointment of Judges
  • National Judicial Appointment Commission (NJAC)
  • Impeachment of Judges
  • Jurisdiction of Supreme Court
  • Concept Curative Petition

Module 12 -  The High Court

  • Constitution of High Court and Appointment of Judges
  • Jurisdiction of High Courts
  • Jurisdiction Over Armed Forces and National Green Tribunal
  • Control Over Sub-ordinate Courts

Module 13 -  Federal System

  • Distribution of Legislative and Executive Powers
  • Distribution of Financial Power
  • Administrative Relation Between union and State
  • Inter-state Relations

Module 14 -  Emergency Provisions

  • Emergency and Its Classification
  • National Emergency
  • Failure of Constitutional Machinery in a State (Presidential Rule)
  • Financial Emergency

Module 15 -  Miscellaneous Provisions

  • Amendment of the Constitution
  • Rights and Liabilities of the Government and Public Servant
  • The Services and Public Service Commission
  • Election Commission
  • Minorities, Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes
  • Languages
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