General Paper 1: Indian Constitution

Indian Constitution
Democratic De-centralisation (Panchayat Raj) – 1957, Balwant Rai Mehta Committee at first level, later Ashok Mehata Committee appointed at second level
Right to work is not fundamental right
Indian constitution promotes welfare in part 3
Right to Equality/ Equality before low: Article 14
Prohibition of Discrimination – Article 15
Special provision for women and children: Article 15(3)
Equality of opportunity Article 16
Abolition of Practice of Untouchability: Article 17
Under article 19 (1) confer Indian citizen’s right to form assertions.
Right to Freedom: Article 19-22
Right to free legal aid: Article 21
Right to against Exploitation: Articles 23-24
Child Labour Prohibition Act: Article 24
Right of Freedom of Religion: Article 25-28
Cultural and Educational Rights: Article 29-30
Article 30 to safeguard the Right of Minorities and run educational institution on their own liking
Right to Constitutional Remedies: Article 32
Equal Justice and Free Legal aid: Article 39A
Panchayat Raj System: Article 40
Right to Education: Article 41
Maternity Leave for Women: Article 42 
Uniform civil code for the citizens: Article 44
Free and Compulsory Education/ Elementary Education: Article 45
Protection of SC from any kind of Exploitations / Welfare of weaker sections: Article 46
Fundamental Duties: 51 A
Article that defined scheduled tribe is article 366
Right to Constitutional Remedies was considered Heart and soul of Indian Constitution
73rd Amendment relating to panchayat raj came into force in 1993
Main source of India’s social policy is Directive principle of state policy
Power to president in Relation to Loksabha – Summoning, Adjournment and Prorogation
Education as a subject of legislation figures in the “Concurrent list
Concept of Directive Principles borrowed from the Constitution of Irish
The language and structure of Preamble borrowed from USA
The concept of written constitution was taken from USA
The concept of Fundamental Rights USA
Parliamentary government adopted from England
Concept of Right to Equality, borrowed from French
Right to Fundamental Speech and Religion adopted from USSR
Fundamental rights of Indian Constitution
Right to equality,
Right to freedom,
Right against exploitation,
Right to freedom of religion, cultural and educational rights,
Right to constitutional remedies

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