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Indian Constitution Notes

How to study this subject

Unit 1:
a) Framing of the Indian Constitution: Role of the Constituent Assembly.
b) Philosophy of the Constitution: Objectives, resolution, preamble, fundamental Rights
and Duties. Human rights and Environmental protection.

Unit 2:
a) Special Rights created in the Constitution of Dalits, Backward Classes, Women and
Children, and religious and linguistic minorities.
b) Directive Principles of State policy: The need to balance fundamental rights with
directive principles.

Unit 3:
a) Union Executive: President, Prime Minister and Council of Ministers; powers and
functions, coalition Government, problems in their working.
b) Union Legislature: Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, powers and functions. Recent trends in
their functioning.

Unit 4:
a) State Government: Governor, Chief Minister and Council of ministers, Legislature.
b) Centre – State relations: Political, financial, administrative: Recent Trends.

Unit 5:
a) Judiciary: Supreme Court, Judicial Review, Writs, Public interest litigations. Enforcing
rights through writs.
b) Emergency provisions (Article 356)

BOOKS FOR REFERENCE
1) Srinivasan D - Indian Constitution
2) D.D. Basu – Introduction to the Indian Constitution.
3) A.S. Narang – Indian Constitution, Government and Politics.
4) Nani Palkhivala – We, the People, UBS Publishers, New Delhi, 1999.
5) A.G. Noorani – Indian Government and Politics.
6) G.B Reddy : Constitutional of India, I.K. International
7) J.C. Johari – Indian Government and Politics Vol. I & II, Vishal, New Delhi.
8) Gran Ville Austin – The Indian Constitution – Corner stone of a Nation, Oxford, New Delhi,
2000.
9) M.U. Pylee, Constitutional Government in India.
10)K.K. Ghai, Indian Constitution.
11)G.N.K Chowdhary, Indian Constitution


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