Schedules of India Constitution

Schedules of India Constitution

Which schedules of India constitution deals with division of powers between union and states ? The constitution of India was adopted on 26th November 1949.It came into force on 26th January 1950.Constitution of India is one of the lengthiest constitution in the world.It consists of around 450 articles and 12 schedules.What does the different schedules of Indian constitution deals with? Schedules of India Constitution 1st Schedule : describes name of the states and their territorial Jurisdiction,Name of the union territories and their extent 2nd schedule :Provisions relating to emoluments ,allowances…

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Fundamental Rights of Indian Constitution

Fundamental Rights of Indian Constitution

The fundamental rights of Indian constitution are given under part III of the constitution of India. These rights are based on bill of rights of US constitution.These fundamental rights of Indian constitution are considered as fundamental as they are of prime essentiality for any individual to attain his fullest physical spiritual intellectual capacity. That is why Granville Austin called them the corner stone of Indian constitution. The fundamental rights of Indian constitution can be grouped under the following : A.Right to equality(Art 14- 18)      1. Art 14 : Right…

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Features of Indian Constitution

Features of Indian Constitution

Some of the salient features of Indian constitution are  States for Administrative Convenience: Under Indian constitution states are created for administrative convenience. The states are not provided with a constitution of their own. The states administrative structure is governed by the constitution of India. The state cannot confer special rights on citizens who are ordinarily resident of the state. This feature of Indian constitution differs from American constitution where the union is the result of agreement among states.  National Emergency: Under Article 352 when a national emergency is in force…

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