The Constitution Of India presents every aspect of the Indian constitution in great detail. It contains a total of twenty-two sections.
The first few sections cover topics like citizenship, fundamental rights, fundamental duties, the directive principles of state policy, the legislative, the executive, and the judiciary.
The subsequent sections present topics like the state legislature, subordinate courts, municipalities, Panchayats, co-operative societies, public service commissions, and tribunals. The last few sections of the book explore topics related to elections, regional languages, special directives, and amendments to the Constitution.
The Constitution Of India was first published in 2011 by Universal Law Publishers.
About the Author
P. M. Bakshi writes books that revolve around national and state laws in India.
He has written books like Public Interest Litigation, Law Of Narcotic Drugs And Psychotropic Substances Act, Law Of Affidavits: Civil And Criminal, and The Constitution Of India.
The Constitution Of India
1 Feb, 2012
30 Jul, 2012
DONT GO FOR THIS BOOK
24 Jun, 2012
NO for CIVIL services
S VINAY KUMAR
26 Dec, 2012
AVOID AS FONT USED IS VERY SMALL
24 Dec, 2012
Good Book for civil service But very small font
31 Jul, 2012
Good book with too small fonts
26 Jun, 2012
Concise as well as Precise....!
2 Jan, 2012