Bachelor of Arts → Political Science, Semester I Core Course

INDIAN CONSTITUTION (C-2) (POL C-113)


Description
Objectives: Having studies this paper, a student will be able to:
a) Discuss the philosophy of the Indian Constitution.
b) Explain the Judicial Activism and Legal Aid.
c) Understand the meaning of Indian form of Federalism (Centre-State Relation).
d) Explain merging of various states into the Indian Union.

Semester : I

Content
  • CONTENTS
  • UNIT 0: Baseline Analysis - Assessment of baseline knowledge; course objectives
  • Course Objective & Course Outcome
  • SYLLABUS
  • UNIT 1: INDIA AT THE TIME OF INDEPENDENCE
  • INTRODUCTION OF INDIAN INDEPENDENCE AND CHALLENGES
  • NATIONAL INTEGRATION AND CHALLENGES
  • NATURE OF INDIAN POLITICS IN POST INDEPENDENCE
  • Integration of Indian States and the Case Study of Jammu and Kashmir
  • CASE STUDY OF ANNEXATION OF HYDERATIION INTO INDIAN UNION
  • UNIT 2: MAKING OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION AND CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY
  • INTRODUCTION OF MAKING OF INDIAN CONSTITUTION
  • FORMATION OF CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY
  • making of indian constitution
  • Formation of Constituent Assembly
  • BASIC FEATURES OF INDIAN CONSTITUTION
  • PHILOSOPHY OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION
  • Preamble
  • Ingredients of the Preamble
  • FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS
  • fundamental rights
  • DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY & Difference between DPSP & FR
  • DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY
  • DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DPSP AND FR
  • PROCEDURE IN THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT (Art. 368)
  • PROCEDURE IN THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
  • UNIT 3: STRUCTURE AND RELATION OF THE CENTRE-STATE GOVERNMENT IN INDIA
  • POWER AND FUNCTIONS OF THE PRESIDENT OF INDIA
  • Power and Functions of the President
  • Power and Functions of the Governor
  • POWER AND FUNCTIONS OF THE GOVERNOR
  • PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA
  • UNIT 4: JUDICIARY IN INDIA
  • Supreme Court & its Jurisdiction
  • UNIT 5: CENTRE-STATE RELATION IN INDIA
  • Centre - State Relation
  • Centre-State Relation
  • Federal Features
  • UNIT 100: ADVANCE SKILLS
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed