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This course on the Constitution of India-I has been beautifully designed for our learners to help them understand this vast subject in a much interactive manner! This course will change your perception about Constitutional law being a vast and lengthy subject to being the most interesting subject you've ever read.

We're sure that after completing this course, you'll gain in-depth knowledge and understanding of this subject!

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Limited time Offer: Rs. 999/- only (valid till July 20, 2021)
Batch Starts: August 1, 2021
Register before: July 25, 2021

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SYLLABUS

CONSTITUTION OF INDIA- PART I

1. Introduction


1. Constitutional law and Constitutionalism 2. Historical Perspective 3. Government of India Act,1935 4. Indian Independence Act, 1947




2. Salient Features of the Indian Constitution


(a) Modern Constitution (b) Written Constitution (c) Preamble (d) Socialist State (e) Welfare State (f) Secular State (g) Responsible Government. (h) Fundamental Rights (i) Minorities and Backward Classes (j) Elections (k) Judiciary (l) Federal Constitution




3. Sources of the Constitution


1. Sources of the Constitution




5. The Union and its Territory


1. Name and territory of the Union 2. Admission or establishment of New States 3. Reorganisation of States




4. Preamble


1. Introduction 2. Purpose




6. Citizenship


1. Constitutional Provisions (a) Citizens by Domicile (b) Citizens by Migration (c) Citizens by Registration (d) Termination of Citizenship (e) Dual Citizenship. 2. The Citizenship Act, 1955 3. Corporation not a Citizen




7. Concept of Fundamental Rights.


1. Fundamental Rights in India 2. Justiciability of Fundamental Rights




8. Article 12


1. Definition of State 2. Local Authorities 3. Other Authorities 4. Case laws




9. Article 13


1. Introduction 2. Pre-Constitution laws and post- Constitution laws 3. Waiver of Fundamental Rights 4. Doctrine of Eclipse 5. Doctrine of Severability . 6. Case laws




10. Article 14


1. Introduction 2. Equality before Law 3. Administrative Discretion and Article 14 4. Illustrations




11. Article 15


1. No Discrimination on Grounds of Religion etc. (a) Art. 15(1) (b) Art. 15(2) (c) Personal Laws 2. Art. 15(3) : Women and Children 3. Article 15(4) : Backward Classes 4. Reservation in Admissions




12. Article 16


1. Equality of Opportunity in Public Employment 2. Matters of Employment 3. Equal Pay For Equal Work. 4. Exceptions to Arts. 16(1) & 16(2) 5. Art. 16(3) 6. Art. 16(5) 7. Art. 16(4) 8. Abolition of Untouchability 9. Abolition of Titles.




13. Article 17


1. Article 17




14. Article 18


1. Article 18




15. Right to Freedom


1. Art. 19 2. Art. 20 3. Art. 21 4. Art. 22




16. Freedom of Religion


1. Art. 23-24 2. Art. 25-28 3. Art. 29-30




17. Right to Constitutional Remedies


1. Remedies for enforcement of rights conferred by this Part a. Clause 1 b. Clause 2 c. Clause 3 d. Clause 4 2. Power of Parliament to modify the rights conferred by this Part in their application, etc. 3. Legislation to give effect to the provision of this Part.




18. Directive Principles of State Policy


1. Origin 2. Meaning of DPSP 3. Nature and Scope 4. Judicial Interpretation




19. Fundamental Duties


1. Fundamental Duties




20. Landmark and Recent Case laws


1. E-book download





COURSE INSTRUCTOR

Aprajita Bhardwaj

Course Instructor


BA.LLB (GRADUATE OF SYMBIOSIS INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY)