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Constitutional Law - I

Constitutional Law - I

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  • Author(s): Dr. S.R. Myneni
  • Publisher: Asia Law House
  • Edition: 4 Ed 2022
  • ISBN 13 9789389286434
  • Approx. Pages 699 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
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Description
No advocate in India can be successful in profession without having in-depth study of the Constitution of India, the fundamental law of the land. In India, Constitutional Law is not made, but it has been evolved. There are a number of standard books on this living subject written by well-known Constitutional experts and stalwarts. But, law institutes require student-friendly text-books and only a few books of such quality are available to students. To fill in the lacuna, the author presents this book on the Law of Constitution in two parts for the use of LLB and LLM students of Indian Universities. This text-book has been written based on the syllabi of Bar Council of India and different Universities alongwith National Law Institutes. No text-book writer can claim originality of thought as the prescribed topics have to be explained based on the references. The author has referred to the books listed in Bibliography and he expresses his profound gratitude to the eminent authors and publishers of the books referred to. The readers are advised to use this text-book for academic purpose only.
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Contents
Unit I.    Stages in Making of the Constitution of India
Chapter 1 : Meaning and significance of Constitution 
Chapter 2 : Evolution of Modern Constitutions
Chapter 3 : Classifications of Constitutions 
Chapter 4 : Historical Perspective of Indian Constitution under the Rule of East Indian
                      Company During 1600-1858 
Chapter 5 : Historical Perspective of Indian Constitution under the Crown Rule during 1858-1918
Chapter 6 : Government of India Act, 1919
Chapter 7 : The Government of India Act, 1935
Chapter 8 : Constitutional Development between 1937-1947
Chapter 9 : Drafting of the Constitution of India, 1950
Unit II.   Union, Citizenship and State
Chapter 1 : Nature of Indian Constitution 
Chapter 2 : Salient Features of Indian Constitution
Chapter 3 : Preamble to Indian Constitution
Chapter 4 : Union and its Territories
Chapter 5 : Citizenship
Chapter 6 : General Principles Relating to Fundamental Rights
Chapter 7 : Definition of State
Unit III.  Fundamental Rights of Equality, Freedom and Liberty (ARTS. 14-22)
Chapter 1 : Equality before Law
Chapter 2 : Prohibition of Discrimination on Ground of Religion, Race, Caste, Sex or Place of Birth
Chapter 3 : Equality of Opportunity in Matters of Public Employment
Chapter 4 : Abolition of Untouchability
Chapter 5 : Abolition of Titles
Chapter 6 : Freedom and Restrictions under Article 19
Chapter 7 : Protection in Respect of Conviction for Offences
Chapter 8 : Right to Life and Personal Liberty
Chapter 9 : Right to Education
Chapter 10 : Protection against Arrest and Preventive Detention 
Unit IV.  Fundamental Rights (Right against Exploitation, Right to Freedom of Religion,
                  Cultural and Educational Rights, Right to Constitutional Remedies
                  and Limitations on Fundamental Rights)

Chapter 1 : Right against Exploitation
Chapter 2 : Right to Freedom of Religion
Chapter 3 : Cultural and Educational Rights
Chapter 4 : Right to Constitutional Remedies
Chapter 5 : Exceptions or Limitations on Fundamental Right 
Unit V.   Directive Principles of State Policy and Fundamental Duties
Chapter 1 : Nature, Significance and Classification of Directive Principles of State Policy
Chapter 2 : Application or Implementation or Enforcement of Directive Principles of State Policy
Chapter 3 : Judicial Interpretation of Directive Principles
Chapter 4 : Relationship between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles
Chapter 5 : Fundamental Duties Significance and Judicial Interpretation
Bibliography
Subject Index

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Author Details
Dr.S.R. Myneni : M.A; M.Ed.; LL.M; Ph.D.
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