Category «Constitution»

Governor – Notes

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  A Governor is the chief executive head of the state article 153 provides that there shall be a Governor for in-state but the same person can be appointed as a Governor for more than one state. Article 153 beneath Indian Constitution, Governors of States that is, there shall be Governor for every State: as …

The Privilege Of Legislature – Notes

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  The constitution provision regarding the privilege of legislature and parliament are identical. article 105 and 194 provides for privilege of the legislature in India. Article 105 deals with parliamentary privilege whereas article 194 deals with legislature privilege which can wear certain rights in each House of Parliament or a state legislature collectively and also …

Federalism – Notes

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  Federalism is derived from the Latin word which means treaty. In a federal constitution, there is a division of power between the federal and the state government and both are independent in their own spheres. The power in a federal system is divided as well as concentrated at some time. According to Article 1(1) …

The Parliament of India – Notes

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  Indian Constitution provides for the Parliamentary form of government in which the Parliament is not supreme but the Constitution is supreme. Parliament of India consists of three organs president the council of state (the Rajya sabha) and the house of the people (the Lok Sabha) president is not a member of either House of …

The Council Of Minister – Notes

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  Originally article 74(1) provided that there shall be a council of Minister with the Prime Minister as its head to aid and advice the president in the exercise of his functions. After the 42nd amendment, 1976, the language of articles 74(1) is as follows- There shall be a council of Minister with the Prime …

Citizenship

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In simple words, A citizen of a state is a person who enjoys filling civil and political rights in a country. The fundamental rights are available to the citizen only are (Article 15, Article 16, Article 19, Article 29 and 30). Aliens do not enjoy these rights. Not only rights there are certain officers which …

Constitutional Law

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Term constitutional law is broader than the term constitution. It comprises constitution, relevant statutory law, judicial decisions and conventions. That means constitutional law is a branch of law which deals with the constitution, power and functions of various organs of government, the relationship between these organs, the relationship between people and government. Constitutional law is …