1. The India Constitution

Why Does a Country Need a Constitution

·        Constitution is a written document by which the ruling of any country regulates.

·        The measures needs of Constitution are as folw;-

1.      To form the Govt.

2.      Distribution of work between different lables of Govt.

3.      Provide rights to the citizens.

4.      Define duties of Government & all citizen.

5.      Stablish rule of law and equality for all.

6.      From Constitutional bodies like Parliament,UPSC etc.for Different.

The Indian Constitution Key Fealure.

·        The India Constitution is the Largest written Constitution in the the world.

·        The main key features of India Constitution are as follow.

1.      Ferderalism.

2.      Parliamentry From of Govt.

3.      Seperation of Power.

4.      Fundamental Rights.

5.      Secularism.

Federalism

·        Federlism is main features of Indian Democratic system.

·        Federlism means two or more than two levels of Govt.

·        In India ferdalism there are three levels of Govt.Central Govt,State&Local Govt.

·        The works & power of all levels of govermnents distribition by constitution.

Parliamentry Form of Govt.

·        India denocracy accept parliamentry form of Govt.

·        In this system power of Central Concecentrated into parliament at.

·        All major decision taken by parliament implementer in the Country.

·        There are two type houses of parliament

1.      Upper Houses ( Rajya Sabha)

2.      Lower Hiouses ( Lok Sabha)

·        President is also a part of Parliament

·        All laws made by parliament must by sign by President.

Separation of power

·        The power betwwen all levels of Govt. distributed by our Constitution.

1.      Union List- The work and power of Central Govt.

2.      State List- The work & power given to State Govt.

3.      Current List-The work and powers given to combinary central & State Govt.

Fundamental Rights

·        Fundamental rights are basic rights even rights our constitution to all citizen country.

·        These Fundamental rights can’t be changed distered by Govt. or Court.

·        These are six fundamental rights.

a.      Rights to Equality.

b.      Rights to Freedom.

c.      Rights against Exputation.

d.      Rights to Freedom of Religion.

e.      Cultural and Educational Rights.

f.       Rights to Constitutional Remedies.


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