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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: LexisNexis
    • ISBN: 9788180389184, 8180389189
    • Edition: 21st, 2013
    • Pages: 560
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    Introduction to the Constitution of India is a comprehensive book for candidates preparing for various competitive examinations. The book comprises of chapters on the historical background of the constitution, the making of the constitution, and philosophy of the constitution. In addition, each chapter consists of footnotes and references to help advanced students and researchers. This book is essential for those pursuing their higher education in political science and law.

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    LexisNexis is a leading global provider of books for professionals in the legal, corporate, law enforcement, and academic markets. They have authored and published books including The Ultimate Guide to the Judicial Services Examination 2014 - For All States, Short Notes and Multiple Choice Questions: The Constitution of India, Courtroom Genius and CLAT Study Kit.

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    • Publication Year
      • 2013
    • Table of Contents
      • The Historical Background
        Utility of a Historical Retrospect
        Government of India Act, 1858
        Indian Councils Act, 1861
        Indian Councils Act, 1892
        Morley-Minto re-forms and the Indian Councils Act, 1909
        Montagu-Chelmsford Report and the Government of India Act, 1919
        Main Features of the System introduced by the Act of 1919
        Shortcomings of the Act of 1919
        The Simon Commission
        “Communal Award.”
        Main features of the system introduced by the Government of
        India Act, 1935
        Changes introduced by the Indian Independence Act, 1947
        2. The Making of the Constitution
        Demand for a Constitution framed by a Constituent Assembly
        Cripps Mission 14
        Cabinet Delegation
        H.M.G.’s statement of December 6, 1946
        H.M.G.’s statement of February 20, 1947
        H.M.G’s statement of June 3, 1947
        The Mountbatten Plan
        The Indian Independence Act, 1947
        Constituent Assembly of India
        Passing of the Constitution
        Date of Commencement of the Constitution
        3. The Philosophy of the Constitution
        The Objectives Resolution
        The Preamble
        Independent and Sovereign
        Republic
        Sovereignty not inconsistent with membership of the Commonwealth
        Promotion of International Peace
        Democracy
        A Representative Democracy
        Political Justice
        Government of the People, by the People and for the People
        A Democratic Society
        Economic Justice
        Social Justice
        Liberty, Equality and Fraternity

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    poor quality print.

    I am really starting to doubt that these low price edition books are particularly low in price because they are made of cheap paper. When you buy a book for the purpose of studies, you expect it to be sturdy and durable specially since you handle it a lot. This book is a good one, but sorry to say the paper quality is really poor.
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    Excellent Book

    First of all the book has such an awesome cover that you yourself feel like reading it. Then on top of that it gives you an thorough understanding about Polity, which no other book will be able to do. You get to understand why the things are so instead of how they are so. UPSC aspirants should couple this book along with Laxmikanth as DD Basu has quality but later has quantity. Some topics are not covered in this book
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    Value-for-money

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    For IAS and Law.

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    What can I say that already hasn't been said about this book. Simply amazing
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    Excellent

    This book is one of the best with clear explanation of the articles of the constitution
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    Brilliant

    There's no better book to understand Indian Constitution. The book is not easy and demands a lot of efforts but if you've command over it then you're doing really good. A must for UPSC aspirants.
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