 A document having a special legalwriting. Contains the principle & functions of theorgans of the goverment of a state....
 State 4 elements Population Territory Sovereignty: the supreme decisionmaking power Government
 Two types of sovereigntn makingy: Internal External Internal means law made by the statewill be binding on every indi...
 Of foreign relation. The legislation of america is u.s. congress Two houses: 1. senat 2. the house ofrepresentative. ...
 Legislature( to make law) Executive ( to implement law) Judiciary ( to adjudicate law) Permanent executives: civil se...
 Lok sabha : 552 present time: 545 Rajya sabha: 250 present.time:245 Judiciary : The Indian Judiciary is partly acontin...
 Philosophical aspect: Preamble Fundamental duties Fundamental rights Directive principle
 Governmental aspect: Union government State government Local self government
 1. written 2. unwritten Written : a written constitution is thatconstitution the provision of which havebeen codified ...
 An enacted constitution which has beenframed by a body of persons in aprescribed time. Ex: American constitution was fr...
 Origin & deprived their power &functions from constitutions. UNWRITTEN: An unwritten constitutionsdoes not mean that th...
 An unwritten constitution it is an involvedconstitution. Ex: english constitution has beeninvolving in 1215 A.D. THAT I...
 Commentaries of scholars Statutory: the law made by theparliament. Constitution: written in constitution ofindia . Su...
 Framing of the constitution: The members of constituent assemblywere elected by the members ofprovincial assembly. The...
 The first session of constituent Assemblywas held on 9th dec 1946 it was presidedover by dr. sachidanand sinha. Themusli...
 B.N.RAO: Legal/ constitutional wasappointed as legal/ constitutionaladvisor to a constituent assembly. 22 committees ar...
 Union constitution State provincial Chairman: dr. rajendra parsad , dr.b.r.ambedkar, pandit nehru, sardarpatel.
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Pol.sc. 1

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  • 1.  A document having a special legalwriting. Contains the principle & functions of theorgans of the goverment of a state. It contains the ideas & aspirations of thepeople.
  • 2.  State 4 elements Population Territory Sovereignty: the supreme decisionmaking power Government
  • 3.  Two types of sovereigntn makingy: Internal External Internal means law made by the statewill be binding on every individual &organisation within the territory. External refer to the independence inforeign policy decision making. Ex------there is no side influence in the conduct
  • 4.  Of foreign relation. The legislation of america is u.s. congress Two houses: 1. senat 2. the house ofrepresentative. England: 2 houses: 1. lord 2. the house ofcommons.
  • 5.  Legislature( to make law) Executive ( to implement law) Judiciary ( to adjudicate law) Permanent executives: civil servants Temporary executives: minister
  • 6.  Lok sabha : 552 present time: 545 Rajya sabha: 250 present.time:245 Judiciary : The Indian Judiciary is partly acontinuation of the British legal systemestablished by the English in the mid-19thcentury based on a typical hybrid legalsystem in which customs, precedentsand legislative law have validity of law.
  • 7.  Philosophical aspect: Preamble Fundamental duties Fundamental rights Directive principle
  • 8.  Governmental aspect: Union government State government Local self government
  • 9.  1. written 2. unwritten Written : a written constitution is thatconstitution the provision of which havebeen codified in single document. Codification means: the systematicarrangements of the various & provisionof the constitution.
  • 10.  An enacted constitution which has beenframed by a body of persons in aprescribed time. Ex: American constitution was framed byphiladelphia convention. Indian constitution was framed by theconstituent assembly. Supremacy of constitution because allthe 3 organs of the govt. they owe their
  • 11.  Origin & deprived their power &functions from constitutions. UNWRITTEN: An unwritten constitutionsdoes not mean that the provisions havenot been written down but they havenot been codified or systematicallyarranged.
  • 12.  An unwritten constitution it is an involvedconstitution. Ex: english constitution has beeninvolving in 1215 A.D. THAT IS TIME OFMAGNACARTA. English constitution is based on: statues:law of the legislative conventions. Common law: the conventions aresigned by the judiciary.
  • 13.  Commentaries of scholars Statutory: the law made by theparliament. Constitution: written in constitution ofindia . Supremacy of parliament Unitory federal
  • 14.  Framing of the constitution: The members of constituent assemblywere elected by the members ofprovincial assembly. The election to the constituent assemblytook place in july 1946 In the election the indian nationalcongress emerged as the largest politicalparty. The muslim league came second.
  • 15.  The first session of constituent Assemblywas held on 9th dec 1946 it was presidedover by dr. sachidanand sinha. Themuslim league by cotted the session ofdemanded a separate constituentassembely for pakistan. On 11th dec 1946 the constituentassembly elected by dr. rajendra parsadas its president & chairman dr. B.R.AMBEDEKAR.
  • 16.  B.N.RAO: Legal/ constitutional wasappointed as legal/ constitutionaladvisor to a constituent assembly. 22 committees are setup Committees : Rules committee Drafting committee
  • 17.  Union constitution State provincial Chairman: dr. rajendra parsad , dr.b.r.ambedkar, pandit nehru, sardarpatel.

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