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Chapter 3 - Sources of Indian Constitution

9th December 1946 - Ist day of Constituent Assembly
26th Novermber 1949 - Constitution Accepted
24 January 1950 - Last day of Constituent Assembly

Government of India Act 1935
  • Administrative Detail
  • Federal System
  • Power of Federal Judiciary
  • Emergency Power 
  • Public Service Commissions
  • Governor's Office
United Kingdom
  • Parliamentary System
  • Citizenship
  • Law making procedure
  • Bicameral Legislature
  • Rule of Law
  • Writs
  • CAG's Office
  • Fundamental Rights
  • Judicial Review
  • Preamble
  • Removal of Judges of Supreme Court & High Court
  • Vice President's Office
  • Directive Principle
  • Method of election of President
  • Nomination of Rajya Sabha Member
  • Federation with strong centre
  • Appointment of State Governor by the Centre
  • Residuary Power
  • Judicial advisory power of supreme court
  • Concurrent List
  • Joint sitting of Parliament
  • Free Trade
  • Emergency Provision
  • Suspension of Fundament Rights
  • Republic
  • Idea of 'Equality', 'Liberty' & 'Fraternity' in Preamble
South Africa
  • Constitutional Amendment
  • Election of Rajya Sabha Member
Russia or USSR
  • Fundamental Duties
  • Idea of 'Social', Economic' & 'Political Justice' in the Preamble
  • Procedure establish by Law 


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