Indian Constitution by HAV/AEC ANANTA RAO

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RASHTRIYA MILITARY SCHOOLBELGAUMCLASS – VIIISOCIAL STUDIES : 

RASHTRIYA MILITARY SCHOOLBELGAUMCLASS – VIIISOCIAL STUDIES

INDIAN CONSTITUTION : 

INDIAN CONSTITUTION BY HAV/AEC ANANTA RAO

THE CONSTITUTION - MEANING : 

THE CONSTITUTION - MEANING A set of rules and principles that all persons in a country can agree upon as the basis of the way in which they want the country to be governed.

NEED OF THE CONSTITUTION : 

NEED OF THE CONSTITUTION Constitution plays a crucial role in laying out certain important guidelines that govern. The Right to Equality is one of the fundamental Rights, guaranteed by the Indian constitution. Ensures that a dominant group does not use its power against the minorities. Constitution is to save us from ourselves

NEED OF THE CONSTITUTION : 

NEED OF THE CONSTITUTION The Constitution helps to protect us against certain decisions that we might take that could have an adverse effect on the larger principles that the country believes in.

GOOD CONSTITUTION : 

GOOD CONSTITUTION A good Constitution does not allow to change its basic structure. It does not allow for the easy overthrow of provisions that guarantee rights of citizens and protect their freedom.

THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION: BACKGROUND : 

THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION: BACKGROUND Under the British, Indians had been forced to obey rules that they had very little role in policy making. The long experience of authoritarian rule under the colonial state convinced Indians that free India should be a democracy in which everyone should be treated equally and be allowed to participate in government.

THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION: KEY FEATURES : 

THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION: KEY FEATURES Parliamentary Form of Government A federal system Separation of Powers Fundamental Rights Secularism

A FEDERAL SYSTEM : 

A FEDERAL SYSTEM The existence of more than one level of government in the country Central Government State Government Local Government

PARLIAMENTARY FORM OF GOVERNMENT : 

PARLIAMENTARY FORM OF GOVERNMENT The people of India have a direct role in electing their representatives

SEPARATION OF POWERS : 

SEPARATION OF POWERS Legislature, The executive and The judiciary

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS : 

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS 1. Right to Equality 2. Right to Freedom 3. Right against Exploitation 4. Right to Freedom of Religion 5. Cultural and Educational Rights 6. Right to Constitutional Remedies

RIGHT TO EQUALITY : 

RIGHT TO EQUALITY All persons are equal before the law. This means that all persons shall be equally protected by the laws of the country.

RIGHT TO FREEDOM : 

RIGHT TO FREEDOM the right to freedom of speech and expression, the right to form associations, the right to move freely and reside in any part of the country,and the right to practise any profession, occupation or business.

RIGHT TO EXPLOITATION : 

RIGHT TO EXPLOITATION The Constitution prohibits trafficking, forced labour, and children working under 14 years of age.

RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF RELIGION : 

RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF RELIGION Religious freedom is provided to all citizens. Every person has the right to practise, profess and propagate the religion of their choice.

CULTURAL AND EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS : 

CULTURAL AND EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS The Constitution states that all minorities, religious or linguistic, can set up their own educational institutions in order to preserve and develop their own culture.

RIGHT TO CONSTITUTIONAL REMEDIES : 

RIGHT TO CONSTITUTIONAL REMEDIES This allows citizens to move the court if they believe that any of their Fundamental Rights have been violated by the State.

EVALUATION : 

EVALUATION Why does a democratic country need a Constitution? What are the key features of Indian Constitution?

THANK YOU : 

THANK YOU

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