Memorable Points : Indian Constituion

  • Article 14-18 : Right to Equality
  • Article 19-22: Right to Freedom
  • Article 23-24: Right against exploitation
  • Article 25-28: Right to Freedom of religion
  • Article 29-30: Cultural & educational rights
  • Article 32: Right to constitutional remedies (Called by Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar the very heart & soul of Indian Constitution)
  • Fundamental rights are protected by constitutional remedy by way of an application directed to supreme court under article 32 and High court under article 226.
  • The funadamental rights were finalized by Committee of constituent assembly headed by Sardar Vallabh Bhai patel
  • Article 17 & 24 are absolute rights
  • Article 33: Parliament has power to modify the application of fundamental rights to the members of the Armed Forces or Police forces.
  • Parliament amended Article 13 and Article 368 by the 24th amendment act 1971 to empower itself to amend Part III of the constitution
  • Article 352: Automatic suspension of fundamental rights under certain conditions. (in emergency for example)
  • Article 359: President has the power to suspend any or all the fundamental rights by issuing a proclamation during emergency, however 44th Amendment Act 1978 prohibits suspension of Article 20 & 21 even during emergency.
  • Ariticle 61 outlines impeachment of president
  • Article 62 : When a vacancy occurs in the office of the president , Vice President acts as President until new president assumes office/
  • Attorney general is appointed according to article 76
  • Article 324: Provided single election commission for India
  • EC was a single member body till 1989 , In October 1989 the president of india appointed two more ECs for the very first time.
  • An Ordinance of 1993, made the powers of EC equal to that of CEC.
  • Article 312 (2) provides IAS IPS will be All India Services
  • Indian Forest service was created in 1966.
  • Article 280: provides for appointment of a finance commission at five years intervels
  • 42nd amendment act extended the normal life of the Lok Sabha to 6 years and 44th amendment act set it at 5 years.
  • Age of voting was reduced to 18 years by 61st amendment bill 1988.
  • Article 153: Provids for an office of the Governor

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  • [email protected]
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    In which year 'Zero Hour' was introduce in Indian Parliament and from which country it was borrowed?

  • DIVYA
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    zero hour is an indian innouvation.
    it was introduced from the year 1962… it is also not mentioned inthe rules of procedure.
    it is the time which begins at 12 o'clock after Question Hour which is from 11.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon.
    divya

  • ni3narang
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    thanks divya …….