Constitution of India Bangalore University BBA 4th Semester NEP Notes

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Unit 1 [Book]  

Chapter 1: Philosophical and Political Foundations of India:

Dharma and Danda VIEW
Buddhist VIEW
Liberal (Raja Rammohun Roy) VIEW
Subaltern (Ranajit Guha) VIEW
Colonial impact on Indian Society VIEW
Nationalist Perspective (Swamy Vivekananda and Sri Aurobindo) VIEW

Chapter 2: Political values and Ideals during Freedom Struggle:

Non-Violence, Tolerance, Satyagraha and Swadeshi (Gandhi) VIEW
Swarajya (Tilak) VIEW
Integral Humanism (Deen Dayal Upadhyay) VIEW
Voluntarism (Vinoba Bhave) VIEW

Chapter 3: Political Contribution of Regional Freedom Struggle:

Kittur Rani Chennamma VIEW
Hardekar Manjappa VIEW
Madikeri Peasants VIEW
Halagali Bedas VIEW


Unit 2 Constitutional Development and its Philosophy [Book]  
Chapter 4:  
Historical Background of Constitutional Development in India VIEW
Constitutional Developments between 1857 to 1952 (only Acts during this period must be taught) VIEW
Composition and Debates of Constituent Assembly VIEW
Working of Constituent Committees VIEW
Chapter 5:  
Philosophy and Features of Indian Constitution, Preamble, Salient Features, Constitutionalism VIEW
Dr B.R. Ambedkar and Nehru’s Contribution in the making of the Constitution VIEW
Chapter 6: Working of the Constitution  
Fundamental Rights VIEW
Union-State and Inter State Relations (Art 263, Inter State disputes and Trade and Commerce) VIEW
Important Amendments to the Indian Constitution VIEW
Parliamentary Committees (Standing, Ad hoc and Departmental) VIEW


Unit 3 [Book]  
Chapter 7: Parliamentary and Constitutional Institutions  
Legislature (Upper and Lower house) VIEW
Executive Composition and Powers VIEW
Judiciary (High Court and Supreme Court, its Composition and Jurisdiction) VIEW
Comptroller and Auditor General VIEW
Inter-State Council VIEW
Election Commission of India VIEW
Chapter 8:  
Role and Responsibilities of Citizens under Indian Constitution VIEW
Concept of Citizenship, Citizenship Amendment Act. VIEW
Fundamental Duties VIEW
Right to Information Act VIEW
Civil Society VIEW

Chapter 9 Goals and Policies of National Development enshrined in the Constitution

Concept of National Development VIEW
Unity and Integrity of the Nation VIEW
Goals of Educational Policies VIEW
Role of Teachers and Students in Nation Building VIEW