Course Curriculum

1.Introduction
1.Sources of Study FREE 01:04:20
2.Syllabus FREE 00:07:03
3.Concept of FREE 00:12:08
2.Historical Evolution of the Constitution
1.Rule of the East India Company – Regulating Act of 1773 00:10:38
2.Rule of the East India Company – Important Charter Acts 00:09:15
3.Rule of the British Crown – Acts of 1858, 1861, 1892 00:14:49
4.Rule of the British Crown – Acts of 1909, 1919, 1935 and 1947 00:15:27
5.Analysis of Historical Evolution – Pt. 1 01:17:10
6.Analysis of Historical Evolution – Pt. 2 01:23:31
3.The Constituent Assembly
1.Constituent Assembly – Historical Evolution 00:15:24
2.Working of the Constituent Assembly 00:10:32
3.Significance of the Constituent Assembly 01:06:17
4.Salient Features of the Constitution
1.Overview of Salient Features of the Constitution 00:16:24
2.Features 1: Longest Written Constitution 00:12:52
3.Features 2: Borrowed Constitution 00:12:31
4.Features 3: Blend of Rigidity & Flexibility 00:14:02
5.Features 4: Rule of Law, Federalism, Basic Structure 00:09:55
6.Comparative Constitution 00:11:23
7.Salient Features of the Constitution 01:04:20
5.The Preamble
2.Intro To The Preamble 00:11:19
3.The Preamble 1: Objective Resolution and preamble 00:08:51
4.The Preamble 2: Meanings of the keywords mentioned in preamble 00:15:29
5.The Preamble 3: Supreme courts verdicts regarding preamble 00:07:41
6.Significance of the Preamble 01:19:28
6.Union & It's Territory
1.The Union & It’s Territory 00:12:18
7.Citizenship
1.Intro To Citizenship 00:17:58
8.Intro to Fundamental Rights
1.Intro to Fundamental Rights 1: Right to Equality (Art. 14-18) 00:16:14
2.Intro to Fundamental Rights 2: Right to Freedom ( Art.19-22) 00:12:06
3.Intro to Fundamental Rights 3: Discription from ( Art. 23-35) 00:11:13
4.Features of Fundamental Rights 00:15:33
5.Definition of State 00:18:19
6.Purpose of Fundamental Rights 00:16:13
7.Overview of Fundamental Rights 00:14:17
9.Right to Equality
1.Right to Equality – 1: Equality before the law 00:14:06
2.Right to Equality – 2: Grounds on which Discrimination is prohibited 00:15:50
3.Right to Equality – 3:(Art. 16-18) 00:15:51
10.Right to Freedom
1.Right to Freedom – 1: Freedom of Expression and Restrictions 00:16:56
2.Right to Freedom – 2: Protection in respect of conviction 00:15:00
11.Right to Life
1.Right to Life – 1: A.K.Gopalan case(1951) and meaning of procedure established by law 00:13:56
2.Right to Life – 2: Maneka Gandhi verdict(1978) and Meaning of due process of law 00:13:55
3.Right to Life – 3: Expansion of the scope of Art.21 in various judgements 00:13:33
12.Right to Constitutional Remedies
1.Right to Constitutional Remedies – 1:Types of writs 00:13:08
2.Right to Constitutional Remedies – 2: Types of writs 00:14:20
13.Other Fundamental Rights
1.Right Against Exploitation 00:11:24
2.Preventive Detention 00:15:10
3.Freedom of Religion 00:16:24
4.Cultural & Educational Rights 00:09:58
5.Right to Property 00:17:05
14.DPSPs
1.Intro to the DPSPs 00:11:09
15.Significance of FR, DPSPs & the Judiciary
1.Significance of Fundamental Rights & DPSPs 01:22:42
2.FR, DPSPs & the Judiciary – 1:Doctorine of separation of powers 01:15:59
3.FR, DPSPs & the Judiciary – 2: Uniform civil code (Art 44) 01:08:56
4.Intro to Basic Structure Doctrine 00:13:53
5.Significance of Basic Structure Doctrine 01:11:33
16.Scheme of the Constitution
1.Constitutional Scheme 01:13:44
2.Doctrine of “Separation of Powers” 00:14:01
17.Composition of the Parliament
1.Intro to The Parliament – 1: Structure,functions,powers and privileges 00:11:32
2.Intro to The Parliament – 2: Various functions of parliament 00:12:00
3.The Parliament – 1: Article 79 00:14:04
4.The Parliament – 2: Parliamentary committees 00:10:02
5.The Parliament – 3:process of legislation 00:12:10
6.The Parliament – 4: Financial procedure and money bill 00:12:04
18.Rajya Sabha
1.Intro to the Rajya Sabha: structure, composition and functions 00:15:31
2.Rajya Sabha – 1:Aristotle’s concept of polity and Rajyasabha 00:13:55
3.Rajya Sabha – 2:Federal structure and Bicameralism 00:13:24
4.Rajya Sabha – 3: Election procedure 00:17:20
5.Rajya Sabha – 4:powers in comparison with Loksabha 00:15:46
6.Rajya Sabha – 5: comparison with other nations upper house 00:11:28
19.The Lok Sabha
1.Intro to the Lok Sabha: structure, composition and functions 00:10:45
2.Lok Sabha – 1: Membership criteria and election procedure 00:13:07
3.Lok Sabha – 2: Qualifications and Disqualifications 00:11:49
4.Lok Sabha – 3: Disqualifications and Representation of peoples act 1951 00:10:10
5.Lok Sabha – 4: Preciding officer and Duties. 00:17:10
20.Parliamentary Committees
1.Intro to Parliamentary Committees 00:08:48
2.Parliamentary Committees – 1:types of committees -Standing and Adhoc 00:12:47
3.Parliamentary Committees – 2:Important Standing committees 00:13:18
21.The State Legislature
1.Intro to the State Legislatures:Structure and functions 00:09:48
2.State Legislature – 1:Unicameralism and Bicameralism 00:11:25
3.State Legislature – 2:Terms and preciding officers 00:11:14
22.The Union Executive
1.Composition of Executive – 1:Structure including president ,VC. president and PM 00:10:49
2.Composition of Executive – 2: Concept of Collective responcibility 00:07:30
3.Composition of Executive – 3:president office 00:11:04
23.The President & VP
1.The President – 1:Presidential election and powers 00:14:08
2.The President – 2: Article 52 and Qualification for presidential office 00:11:04
3.The President – 3: Election procedure in detail 00:12:59
4.The President – 4: Executive, Legislative and judicial powers 00:18:18
5.Vice-President – 1: Qualification and Election 00:12:16
6.Vice-President – 2: functions 00:11:43
24.The Prime Minister & Council of Ministers
1.Intro. To The Prime Minister:Constitutional powers of PM 00:07:02
2.The Prime Minister – 2:powers and comparison with USA 00:08:12
3.Council of Ministers – 1: Qualification,Appointment and Responsibilities 00:08:58
4.Council of Ministers – 2:Categories of ministers and Cabinet 00:12:14
5.Council of Ministers – 3:Cabinet committees 00:07:58
25.Attorney General
1.Attorney General 00:10:45
26.The State Executive
1.Intro to the State Executive:office of Governor 00:15:17
2.State Executive – 1:Governor’s Qualification and appointment process 00:16:10
3.State Executive – 2:Power of Governor and CM of state 00:13:30
27.Federalism
1.Meaning of Federalism 00:13:27
28.Centre-State Relations (Legislative)
1.Centre-State Legislative Relations 00:15:10
2.Legislative Relations 1:Article 245 00:12:10
3.Legislative Relations 2: Seventh schedule in detail 00:13:19
4.Legislative Relations 3:Concurrent list and residuary powers 00:17:01
5.Legislative Relations 4:Special cases in which parliament legislates on state subject 00:12:21
29.Centre-State Relations (Administrative)
1.Centre-State Executive Relations 00:11:45
2.Administrative Relations 00:14:23
30.Centre-State Relations (Financial)
1.Centre-State Financial Relations 00:15:55
2.Financial Relations 1:Article 266-280 00:16:21
3.Financial Relations 2:Provision of GST 00:09:58
31.Emergency Provisions
1.The Emergency 01:13:44
2.Emergency 1:Article 352 and proclaimation of national emergency 00:11:15
3.Emergency 2:Effect of emergency 00:16:15
4.President’s Rule and Article 356 00:17:17
5.Financial Emergency under Article 360 00:08:40
32.Issues Related To Federalism
1.Challenges to Federalism 00:13:29
2.Important Issues in Centre-State Relations 01:08:13
33.Issues Legislative & Executive Relations
1.Legislature & Executive – 1:Federal and unitary provisions 01:11:34
2.Legislature & Executive – 2:Finance commission,Election commission and motion of no confidance 00:53:27
3.Legislature & Executive – 3:State reorganisation 01:23:58
4.Legislature & Executive – 4:day to day Buisness in parliament 01:19:22
5.Legislature & Executive – 5:Democracy and parliament in India 01:21:00
34.The Judiciary
1.Intro to the Judiciary 00:11:05
2.The Supreme Court 00:14:41
3.The High Courts 00:12:43
4.The Judiciary 1: Features of judiciary and appointment of judges 00:13:53
5.The Judiciary 2: Civil suits and criminal cases, Article 32 & 226 00:09:18
6.The Judiciary 3: Supreme court – CJI and other judges Qualification 00:10:16
7.The Judiciary 4: Jurisdiction of supreme court 00:12:17
8.The Judiciary 5: Collegium system and transfer of judges 00:14:21
9.The Judiciary 6: Removal of Judges 00:14:24
10.The Judiciary 7: Court of Records and power to punish for its contempt 00:12:04
11.The Judiciary 8: Powers of supreme court 00:09:56
12.The Judiciary 9: High court judges, appoinment, qualifications,salaries and allowances, removal. 00:11:35
13.The Judiciary 10: Article 226 and Jurisdiction of High courts 00:12:04
35.Amendment of the Constitution
1.Intro to Amendment 00:13:06
2.Amendment 1: Article 368 and Constitution as living organism 00:12:31
3.Amendment 2: Informal methods of amendment part 1 00:14:04
4.Amendment 3: Informal methods of amendment part 2 00:11:52
5.Amendment 4: formal methods of amendment part 1 00:12:17
6.Amendment 5: formal methods of amendment part 2 00:11:22
7.Amendment 6: History of amendments part 1 00:15:51
8.Amendment 7: History of amendments part 2 00:13:36
36.Elections
1.Scheme of Elections 00:11:38
2.RPI Act 00:14:15
3.Elections 1: Free and fair elections and right to vote 00:10:47
4.Elections 2: Article 325,326 00:16:26
5.Elections 3: Article 324 and Election commission members 00:13:39
6.Elections 4: Salary and removal of election commissioner 00:20:00
37.Constitutional Bodies
1.Concept of Constitutional Bodies 00:16:38
38.Pressure Groups
1.Concept of Pressure Groups 00:10:26
39.Constitutional Conflicts & Issues
1.Current Constitutional Issues, Verdicts and Institutions 01:14:41
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