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An Introduction to The Constitution of India, 5/e

An Introduction to The Constitution of India, 5/e

Vikas Publishing
  • 9788125918325
  • 388 pages
  • Paperback
  • 5.5" x 8.5" inches
  • Book 325.00

The book provides an overview of the Indian Constitution and its effects on the stability of our country. It has been written for the students of political science, public administration, and law, those preparing competitive examinations of UPSC and State service commissions, political and social workers, and even interested citizens since the book is written in an informative style and does not go into the depths and intricacies of law. Fifth edition includes a summary of the recommendations of the Constitution Review Commission, which are considerable importance. A few amendments to the Constitution have even been brought about based on these – like making education a Fundamental right and placing an upper limit on the total number of ministers in the State and Central cabinets. The book is also updated with a commentary on the 14th general elections of India.

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    1.The Background, 2.Making Of The Constitution, 3.Basic Principles, 4.The Philosophy Of The Constitution, 5.The Salient Features Of The Constitution, 6.Special Features, 7.The Preamble, 8.The Union And Its Territory, 9.Citizenship, 10.Fundamental Rights, 11.Right To Equality, 12.The Right To Freedom, 13.The Right Against Exploitation, 14.The Right To Freedom Of Religion, 15.Cultural And Educational Rights, 16.The Right To Constitutional Remedies, 17.A Note On Writs, 18.An Assessment, 19.The Directive Principles Of State Policy, 20.Fundamental Duties, 21.The Union Executive, 22.The Vice-President And The Attorney-General, 23.The Union Legislature - The Parliament Of India, 24.Legislative Procedure, 25.The Union Judiciary - The Supreme Court, 26.The Machinery Of Government In The States, 27.Judiciary In The States, 28.The Federal System, 29.Administration Relations Between The Union And The States, 30.Financial Relations Between The Union And The States, 31.Inter-State Trade And Commerce, 32.Emergency Provisions, 33.The Comptroller And Auditor-General Of India, 34.Public Service, 35.The Public Service Commissions, 36.Administrative Tribunals, 37.Official Language, 38.Elections, 39.Special Provisions Relating To Certain Classes, 40.Amendment Of The Constitution, 41.Constitutional Review, 42.Conclusion
  • Appendices
  • Index.