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  • 20 Modules covering 60+ Topics
  • Video Lectures and Comprehensive Notes
  • Recent Cases
  • Assessment
  • Course Completion Certificate
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The Constitution of India - Part 1

If you haven't fallen in Love with Constitution till now, then this Course is your Cure - An easy take on the vast Constitution. Every Chapter will interestingly describe the Drafting and implementation of important provision of the Constitution. Understand the important aspects by knowing the philosophy behind them and their application on Landmark and Recent Cases.

 22 Modules  Certificate  Assessment
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What Will You Get:

  • 20 Modules covering 60+ Topics
  • Video Lectures and Comprehensive Notes
  • Recent Cases
  • Assessment
  • Course Completion Certificate

Complete and In-Depth Analysis of every Topic

Landmark and Recent Developments

Designed for Easy and Quick Understanding!

Course Outline

Understanding the Constitution is very important for anyone connected with the Law field as it serves as the Heart of all laws. Through this Course you will get:

  • Complete and Detailed Understanding of the Subject
  • De-coding Recent Amendments and Enactments
  • Landmark and Recent Case Studies
  • Relevant and Up-to-date Information
  • All this and much more!

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Why this Course?

  • This Course is our take on Constitution in a Simple and Jargon Free Manner!
  • Each Chapter has been designed keeping in mind various dimensions that cover this subject - History, Decisions of the Drafting Committee, Social Justice and Transformation, Recent Developments, etc.
  • The drafting of the Course is done to make the student understand the scope and functioning of the Constitution. It is a 100% online course enabling you to access it anytime and anywhere and in any electronic device as per your convenience.

Course Syllabus

  1. Sources Of the Constitution
  2. Government of India Act, 1935
  3. Indian Independence Act 1947
  1. Constituent Assembly of India
  2. Drafting Committee of the Constituent Assembly
  1. Salient Features of the Constitution
  2. Federal and Unitary Form of Government (Comparision with U.S. and U.K)
  1. Introduction & Purpose
  2. Source & Meaning
  3. Amendability of Preamble
  1. Integration of India
  2. The States of India
  3. Reorganisation of States
  1. Introduction: Citizenship in Indian Law
  2. Domicile (Article 5)
  3. The Citizenship Act, 1955
  1. Kinds of Rights
  2. Characteristic Features of Fundamental Rights
  3. Fundamental Rights in India
  4. Advent of Fundamental Rights in U.K. and U.S.
  1. Definition of State
  2. Other Authorities
  1. Introduction to Article 13
  2. Pre and Post Constitutional Laws
  3. Doctrines
  4. Cases I
  5. Cases II
  6. Judicial Review
  1. Introduction
  2. Article 14
  3. Equality Before Law and Equal Protection of the Laws
  4. Doctrines of Equality
  5. Natural Justice
  1. Introduction
  2. Clauses 1, 2 & 3
  3. Clauses 4, 5 & 6
  1. Introduction
  2. Clauses 1 to 3
  3. Clauses 4 to 4-B
  4. Clauses 5 & 6
  5. Important Cases
  1. Article 17
  2. Article 18
  1. Article 19: Freedom of Speech and Expression
  2. Special Edition: Ayodhya Verdict
  3. Article 20: Protection in respect of conviction for offences
  4. Article 21: Protection of life and personal liberty
  5. Article 22: Protection against arrest and detention in certain cases
  1. Article 23-24
  2. Article 25-28
  3. Article 29-30
  1. Article 32 and 226
  1. Meaning and Origin of Directive Principles
  2. Nature and Scope of Directive Principles
  3. Relationship between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles
  4. Judicial Interpretation of Directive Principles
  1. Source and Features of the Fundamental Duties
  1. Landmark Cases
  1. Judgments
  1. Introduction
  2. The Timeline
  3. The Presidential Order
  4. Justifications & Objections
  5. Impact
  6. J&K Reorganisation Act, 2019
  7. The President's Rule
  1. Legal update Jan'20- Sept'20

Who should take this course?

Anyone with a keen interest in Law! :)