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Centre State Relations - Legislative Relations I
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In this lesson, the concept of division of legislative powers between the Centre and the a states and the jurisdiction of the Centre and the states is explained

Deepika Reddy Magham is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Deepika Reddy Magham
BCA, LLB, MBA; Director, Shikara IAS Academy; 10 years experience in teaching Indian Polity, Ethics, Indian Society and Social Justice.

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Sumeet Beniwal
a year ago
thank you
Sriram Kuna
a year ago
madam Pls make biology for all the classes in English,, I am preparing for Cds exam... Pls....
although it might be a silly question for others but mam really finding it tough to understand the meaning of provision ? please if you can ..
although it might be a silly question for others but mam really finding it tough to understand the meaning of provision ? please if you can ..
although it might be a silly question for others but mam really finding it tough to understand the meaning of provision ? please if you can ..
can u explain the recent trends of centre and state relation
hello ma"am watching ur course first time - query related extra territorial jurisdiction - center- law - it is applicable to NRI - if any NRI living in U.S - each and every indian law applicable to him - how it is possible - for example - triple talak law - made by GOI - how it is applicable to foreign muslin couple - ? if this lady who divorced in foreign country - than how triple talak law applicable to her ????
  1. CENTRE STATE RELATIONS LEGISLATIVE RELATIONS- I M.DEEPIKA REDDY VERIFIED EDUCATOR - UNACADEMY FACULTY - CIVIL SERVICES


  2. LEGISLATIVE RELATIONS- OVERVIEWW Jurisdiction Division of powers Situations - Centre makes laws on state list Conflict between Central laws and state laws Residuary Powers


  3. PROVISIONS Part XI Articles 245 to 255


  4. JURISDICTION Article 245:- deals with jurisdiction of centre and state made Laws. It states that: 1. Subject to the provisions of this Constitution, Parliament may make laws for the whole or any part of the territory of India, and the Legislature of a State may make laws for the whole or any part of the State 2. No law made by Parliament shall be deemed to be invalid on the ground that it would have extra territorial operation


  5. DIVISION OF POWERS The division of powers in the legislative sphere is done on the following two lines: 1. The territory over which the centre and the states will have jurisdiction 2. The subjects of legislation on which they have the power to make laws


  6. DIVISION OF POWERS Article 246 deals with the distribution of the subjects of legislation between the Centre and the States. The Constitution under this article provides for a threefold distribution in the form of the following three lists:


  7. DIVISION OF POWERS 1. Union List or List I - consists of 97 numbered subjects on which the Parliament alone can legislate. SUbjects of national importance 2. State List or List II - consists of 66 numbered subjects on which the states can legislate. Subjects of local importance 3. Concurrent List or List-consists of 47 numbered subjects on which both the states and the centre can legislate. Subjects of common interests


  8. DIVISION OF POWERS The subjects in the Union List, State List and Concurrent List are listed in the Seventh Schedule of the Constitution


  9. DIVISION OF POWERS Through the 42nd Amendment Act of 1976 five subjects were transferred from State to Concurrent List. They are: 1. Education 2. Forests 3. Weights & Measures 4. Protection of Wild Animals and Birds 5. Administration of Justice