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Title      : Indian Constitution, Human Rights and Environmental Studies
Subject      : Indian Constitution, Human Rights and Environmental Studies
copyright ©  2018     : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 26/294
Total Price      : Rs.      : 218
 
 
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Meaning and Importance of the Constitution. The Development of the India Constitution Total views (241)  
The basis of any system of government is its constitution. Generally sovereign states have written or unwritten laws defining the powers of the government and rights and duties of the governed. And it is rather difficult to conceive of a state in which there is no constitution. Even an absolute monarch is supposed to govern the country according to certain principles. These very principles could f ......
Pages: 10
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Re Organization of States and National Integration Total views (243)  
Today India is a Union of 28 states and seven Union Territories. The federal polity has been a con sequence of a long period of development and has been continuously changing. It was right since the British period, that regions were called 'Provinces' . Before 1773 we have had three 'Presidencies ' , namely the Presidency of Fort William in Bengal, the Presidency of Fort St. George in Madras and P ......
Pages: 16
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Framing of the Indian Constitution and Preamble Total views (253)  
The most important political event in India during 20th century was the framing of our fundamental law by a Grand Constituent Assembly. It worked nearly for 3 years, to frame or formulate the constitution. How it was prepared will be explained in this Unit. In addition to this the philosophy of the Indian Constitution will be explained in terms of Preamble.
Pages: 16
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Salient Features of the Indian Constitution-Procedures of Amending the Constitution and Its Limitations Total views (250)  
The Constitution of a country, in simple terms, is a collection of the legal rules providing the frame work for the governance of the country. It reflects the dominant beliefs and interest which are characteristics of the society at the time it was frames and adopted.
Pages: 18
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Fundamental Rights and Duties-Special Privileges for SC/ST's, Backward Classes, Women, Children and Religions and Linguistic Minorities Total views (240)  
H.J . Laski said " rights are those conditions of social life without which no man can seek to himself at his best." Fundamental Rights have both the connotation of positive and negative aspect. Part III of the Indian Constitution deals with Fundamental Rights which constitutes the Magna Carta of the essential freedoms of the Indians.
Pages: 24
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Directive Principles of State Policy Total views (228)  
Part IV of the Constitution dealing with the 'Directive Principles of State Policy' provides one of the most novel and striking features of the modern constitutional government. These directive principles aim at attaining social, political and economic justice. They are laid down as guidelines which are fundamental in the governance of the country. The state and its agencies are expected to be gu ......
Pages: 9
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Indian Constitution, Human Rights and Environment Studies_Question Paper Total views (247)  
Indian Constitution, Human Rights and Environment Studies Previous Year Question Paper
Pages: 2
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Indian Constitution, Human Rights and Environment Studies_Question Paper Total views (271)  
Indian Constitution, Human Rights and Environment Studies Previous Year Question Paper
Pages: 2
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Union Parliament- Lokasabha and Rajya Sabha Total views (227)  
The parliament is the legislative organ of the union government. It occupies a preeminent and central position in the Indian democratic political system due to adoption of parliamentary form of government. Articles 79 to 122 in part V of the constitution deal with the organization, composition, duration, officers, procedures, privileges, powers and so on of the parliament.
Pages: 10
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President, Prime Minister and Council of Minister Total views (227)  
Since India is Republic, the constitution provides for a president on India and the executive power of the union government, including the supreme command of the defense force s, is vested in him . The president is the head of the Indian state. He is the first citizen of India. As the constitution of India provides for a parliamentary system of government modeled on the British pattern the presid ......
Pages: 12
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Supreme Court and High Court, Judicial Activism and Public Interest Litigation Total views (227)  
Along with the legislature and executive, the judiciary is one of the three basic organs of state. Judiciary is one of the pillars of democratic mansion. The judiciary exists to see that the laws are properly administered and the authority is not abused. Moreover, it is only through the judiciary that the powers of different organs of government are kept under control. A strong, independent and w ......
Pages: 18
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State Government-Legislature, Governor, Chief Minister and Council of Ministers Total views (226)  
India is federal state consisting of a union government and man y state governments and union territories. The constitution contains provisions for the governance of union as well as states. The constitution of India provides the same pattern of government, that is, parliamentary system, both at the center and the states.
Pages: 14
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Indian Federalism and Centre - State Relations Total views (224)  
Political scientists have classified governments into unitary and federal on the basis of the nature of relations between the union government and states governments. A unitary government is one in which all the powers are vested in the union or central government and the regional or local governments derive their authority from the central government.
Pages: 13
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Transparency in Administration - Right to Information Total views (223)  
Ours is an age of deepening and expansion of democracy. The role of people in the governance process is now receiving universal attention as an active participant in the day to day governance especially at the local and decentralized level. It is in this train of thinking that accountability as well as transparency and information have been identified in the 1992 word Bank document on 'Governance ......
Pages: 9
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Meaning and Importance of Human Rights- Universal Declaration of Human Rights Total views (223)  
The Objective of this study is to give adequate exposure to the students regarding the meaning and importance of universal declaration of Human Rights. After studying this unit it will enable the student to appreciate the significance of this declaration in the light of changing global scenario and the 60th anniversary of the United Nations (on 14th September 2005)
Pages: 12
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Development of Human Rights and Fundamental Rights, International Law and Position of India Total views (228)  
Human Rights are generally defined as the rights which every human being is entitled to enjoy and to have protected. All societies and cultures have in the past developed some conception of rights and principles that should be respected and some of these rights and principles have been considered universal in nature.
Pages: 14
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Social and Gender Discrimination, Torture and Genocide's, Two Human Rights Covenants Total views (227)  
1.5 million Armenians. 3 million Ukrainians. 6 million Jews. 250,000 Gypsies. 6 million Slqvaks. 25 million Russians. 25 million Chinese. 1 million Ibos. 1.5 million Bengalis. 200,000 Guatemalans. 1.7 million Cambodians. 500,000 Indonesians. 200,000 East Timorese. 250,000 Burundians. 500,000 Ugandans. 2 million Sudanese. 800,000 Rwandans. 2 million North Koreans. 10,000 Kosovars. Genocides and oth ......
Pages: 10
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European Chapter to Human Rights-Amnesty International Total views (230)  
This is designed to throw light on the agencies monitoring human right situation in the world. This lesson introduces to the reader the international agency that acts as a global police man in matters connected to Human Rights. There may be different opinions about its presence in the international scenario about the Amnesty international, that it interferes in the internal affairs of a county etc ......
Pages: 8
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People's Union for Civil Liberty(PUCL) People's Union for Democratic Rights(PUDR) Total views (226)  
Civil liberties, civil rights, or human rights are terms which are often used inter changeably. For the common person it does not matter as to how it is used. Correctly speaking the difference between civil liberties and civil rights on the one hand and human rights on the other is that the former two are generally liberties that are guaranteed to a citizen by law in a country.
Pages: 11
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Human Rights Commission - Minorities Commission Remedies against Violation of Human Rights Total views (228)  
The Commission on Human Rights and minority coruscation (hereafter "The Commissions") are subsidiaries of the Economic and Social Council. The Charter of the United Nations specifies that the Council "shall set up Commissions in the economic and social field and for the promotion of human rights".
Pages: 16
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Environmental Studies - Definition, Scope, Importance and Components, Natural and Manmade Total views (229)  
Environment is derived from the French word Environ ner; whi ch means to encircle or surround. All the bio logical or living and non-biological or non-living entities surrounding us are included in environment. According to Environment (Protection) Act 1986, environment includes all the physical and biological surroundings of an organism along with their interactions.
Pages: 7
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Ecology-Concept, Structure and Functions of Ecosystem Total views (228)  
The term Ecology was coined in 1866 by the German biologist Ernst Haeckel from the Greek oikos meaning "household" and logos meaning "science:" the "study of the household of nature." It was initially meant for animal only and was defined as investigations of the total relations of the animal to its organic and inorganic environment.
Pages: 9
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Biotic and Abiotic Factors - Environmental Interactions Total views (225)  
An ecosystem is a complete community of living organisms (biotic) and the nonliving (abiotic) materials of their surroundings. Thus, its components include plants, animals, and microorganisms; soil, rocks, and minerals; as well as surrounding water sources and the local atmosphere.
Pages: 6
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Natural and Biological Resources - Plants, Animals and Microorganisms Total views (224)  
Life on this planet earth depends upon a variety of goods and services provided by the nature which are known as natural resources. Thus water, air, soil, minerals, coal, forests, crops and wildlife are all examples of natural resources.
Pages: 8
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Social Issues-Human Population and Environment Total views (230)  
After exercising this unit students will be able to examine the social issues related to the environment and explain the effects of population explosion on environment.
Pages: 7
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Environmental Pollution Total views (228)  
Pollution is the effect of undesirable changes in our surroundings that have harmful effects on plants, animals and human beings.This occurs when only short-term economic gains are mad e at the cost of the long-term ecological benefits for humanity. No natural phenomenon has led to greater ecological changes than have been made by mankind. During the last few decades we have contaminated our air, ......
Pages: 13
Price: Rs 9.75   
 


 
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