Constitutional Law

By | August 8, 2018
Constitutional Law - Notes and Study Material

Constitutional Law – The Constitution of India which came into force on 26 January 1950 announcing the birth of a new republic to the entire world. It is the Supreme Lex, it reflects upon the struggle and aspirations of the people of a country which was subjected to the oppressive rule of a colonial power for more than two centuries.

Important articles and study material on Constitutional Law – Click on the link to Read

  1. Introduction to the Constitution of India, 1950
  2. Constitution of India – Full Text
  3. Salient Features of the Constitution of India
  4. Preamble: A source to the most important document of the country
  5. Preamble to the Constitution of India
  6. Indian Constitution: Federal or Quasi-Federal
  7. Union and its Territories: As provided under article 1 – 4 of the Indian Constitution
  8. Citizenship
  9. State Under Article 12 of The Constitution Of India
  10. What is State – ARTICLE 12
  11. Introduction to the Fundamental Rights of an Individual: As provided against the State
  12. Fundamental Rights – Nature, Scope and importance
  13. Right to Equality under Article 14 of the Constitution
  14. Reservation: Under Article 15 and 16 of the Constitution
  15. Case analysis of Indira Sawhney vs. Union Of India
  16. Article 19: Right to Freedom
  17. Article 21: Protection of Personal Life and Liberty
  18. Right To Education With Special Emphasis To Minority Education Institutions
  19. Writ Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court
  20. Directive Principles of the State Policy
  21. Relationship between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policies (DPSPs)
  22. Fundamental Duties
  23. Governor’s Role in the Context of Centre-State Relations
  24. Emergency Provisions
  25. Special status of Jammu & Kashmir
  26. Judiciary: Union and State
  27. Distribution of Powers between Union and State
  28. Freedom of Trade Commerce And Intercourse
  29. Judicial Review
  30. Public Intrest Litigation
  31. Amendments under article 368 – Doctrine of Basic Structure
  32. The Amendment of the Constitution (Article 368) – Basic Structure Doctrine
  33. Secularism in India – An Overview and Comparison with Saudi Arabia

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