Introduction To The Constitution Of India

Durga Das Basu

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Introduction To The Constitution Of India

Introduction To The Constitution Of India A book for everybody in India and abroad who wants to know anything about the Constitution of India during its first fifty years Meets the requirements of the various Universities of India for the LL

  • Title: Introduction To The Constitution Of India
  • Author: Durga Das Basu
  • ISBN: 9788180385599
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Paperback
  • A book for everybody in India and abroad who wants to know anything about the Constitution of India during its first fifty years Meets the requirements of the various Universities of India for the LL.B LL.M B.A and M.A Political Science and Competitive examinations held by the Union and State Public Service Commissions Also indispensable for politicians, journaliA book for everybody in India and abroad who wants to know anything about the Constitution of India during its first fifty years Meets the requirements of the various Universities of India for the LL.B LL.M B.A and M.A Political Science and Competitive examinations held by the Union and State Public Service Commissions Also indispensable for politicians, journalists, statesmen and administrative authorities Prescribed in several Universities even for under graduate courses in Civics Incorporates all amendments to the Constitution upto 83rd Constitutional Amendment Act 2000 Contains materials, figures and charts not included in any publication so far on the subject Elaborate comments on separatism in Punjab, Assam elsewhere.Salient features While the Author s Commentary on the Constitution of India and the Shorter Constitution annotate the Constitution Article by Article, primarily from the legal standpoint, the present work offers systematic exposition of the constitutional document in the form of a narrative, properly arranged under logical chapters and topical headings It will supply the long felt need for an introductory study on the Constitution for the general readers, politicians as well as students and candidates for the Public Service Commission and other competitive examinations It traces the constitutional history of India since the Government of India Act, 1935 analyses the provisions of the present Constitution and explains the inter relation between its diverse contents It gives an account of the working of each of the provisions of the Constitution during its first decade with reference to statutes and decisions wherever necessary, together with a critical estimate of its trends, in a concluding chapter The analytical Table of Contents, marginal notes, index and the graphic Tables at the end of the book will serve as admirable aids The three Legislative lists have been printed side by side for the convenience of reference The change made by the different Constitution Amendment Acts upto the 83rd Amendment and the reorganisation of the States made by various statutes may be seen at a glance Without going into excessive detail the footnotes and references have been printed at the end of each Chapter so that the advanced student and the researcher may profit by pursuing those references, after his study of the contents of each chapter The status of Jammu and Kashmir and the provisions of its State Constitution have been fully dealt with.

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    1. Palak Mathur on said:

      Cross-posted from hereIntroduction to the Constitution of India is a fantastic book on the subject of Indian Constitution and presents a wonderful commentary on the same. It deals with everything and nothing substantial is left out. The language is simply beautiful which is least expected from an Indian academic author at university level. Indian constitution is the largest written constitution of the world and it is difficult to read and understand everything. However, D.D. Basu has written thi [...]

    2. Abby Varghese on said:

      Review originally posted in Abby's ShelvesIntroduction to the Constitution of India is probably the most authoritative text one could come across on this subject. The Indian Constitution is the largest written constitution in the world which is also very complex with so many dimensions. It is in such a scenario where a book like this one plays a crucial role in translating these complex subjects presented in the constitution to a medium that could enable even a layman to understand and study the [...]

    3. Praneeth Uddagiri on said:

      I bought the book considering that it will just revisit all the articles, schedules and provisions contained in the Indian constitution. But what the book got has really impressed. It has very good interpretation of the constitution by Scholarly and impartial academician. Though it is an Herculean task to interpret each and every article and provisions of the constitution the book does it in a neat and concise manner. What's more astonishing about the book is that unlike many other academic book [...]

    4. Ajinkya Kelkar on said:

      This book is the epitome of the sovereignty of India. It provides a glimpse of what a free man in free India can do and should do.

    5. Somya Dixit on said:

      One of the most simple and fast way to understand the fundamentals of the Indian Constitution, specially for the new-learners. It is the best source to understand exactly what the framers of the country wanted India to look like.

    6. Archies Nayak on said:

      tough book to understand. dont start reading with this. helpful for students of public administration.

    7. Manas Gupta on said:

      You have to read the Constitution in order to understand its importance and significance for the nation and its people. The underlying foundation of democracy in India, the Constitution should be the most revered document for all of the people of the nation. This book By Dr Basu introduces the constitution and its strengths and vulnerabilities. It tells you about the differences and the similarities that the Indian Constitution shares with that of the American, British, Australian, Canadian, Tur [...]

    8. Gaurav on said:

      Basu comes across as a passionate writer. While most other writers of consequence on Indian constitution are dull and drab, the inherent strength of this book is the energy that the author has put in to defend the cherished ideals of the constitution. While the language is a bit legalese (hence complex), the end product is well worth the trouble. Rather than merely encapsulate the summary of the constitution, Basu has infused his book with his own opinions.While the criticisms of the constitutio [...]

    9. Shantanu Vishnoi on said:

      I had read couple of books on the constitution, namely Subhash Kashyap and Lakshmikant, before stumbling upon this masterpiece. Dr. Basu's book is by far the best work on constitution I've come across. Dr. Basu has done a remarkable job of presenting the Constitution of India in a lucid manner, without compromising on the nuances of various legal interpretations. The language is simple, and content pretty much exhaustive. I'd recommend the readers to supplement it with some bare act (everybody u [...]

    10. Avtaar Mourya on said:

      Introduction to the Constitution of India is a fantastic book on the subject of Indian Constitution and presents a wonderful commentary on the same. It deals with everything and nothing substantial is left out. The language is simply beautiful which is least expected from an Indian academic author at university level.

    11. Priyesh Raj on said:

      This book is a must read for any one who is preparing for competitive exams like UPSC, BPSC etc. Basu sir has done a commendable job in writing a very detailed manuscript for the book. Chapters related to Fundamental rights is must read.

    12. Swaroop on said:

      I read this as part of a course in college. The book's scope is way beyond what my course prescribed, but I read it anyway. Insightful comments by the author make this an excellent read.

    13. Nishant Raj on said:

      Best book to understand evolution of Indian Constitution till date, simple and yet very powerful analysis.

    14. Ajay Bansal on said:

      A very good book detailing the constitution of India. It is must read for every Indian.

    15. Kshitij on said:

      A detailed description of Indian Constitution. The pros and cons of different articles and the significance behind them.Brace up, its heavy!

    16. Chandra Kanth on said:

      There could be nothing more preciseThe analysis of each and every article is just mind-blowing.

    17. Akhil Bansal on said:

      It has a tough language for basic learners of the Indian constitution.

    18. Akshay K on said:

      This book is best book to understand Indian constitution comparing with constitution of other countries

    19. Shouvik Dutta on said:

      Everyone Indian Citizen should read this book IMO.Gives you in-depth knowledge about how our country functions in layman language.How our constitution was formed from scratch.

    20. Fenil Bodiwala on said:

      I WANT TO READ THIS BOOK BECAUSE I WANT TO KNOW ABOUT INDIAI LOVE INDIA.

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