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Indian Polity - An Introduction - Overview
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In this lesson an overview of the course on Indian Polity - An Introduction is given. All the topics that will be covered in this course - Meaning of Polity and Constitution, significance and classification of constitutions, types of constitutions, framing of the constitution of India, salient features of the Indian Constitution- are briefly discussed

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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very very thank you so much sir.... I hope it will help me in prelims...
Excellent way of teaching. Just a suggestion : Kindly complete the course at the earliest. It will be very helpful for the students like us who can't afford the fees of coaching center. Thank you so much for your guidance.
Thank u so much mam..I hv completed ur all lectures regarding 'Indian Polity-an introduction '...As u told in the overview part that salient features of the Indian constitution will also be discussed.. If U kindly upload that as soon as possible, it mst be quite hlpful fr us...
Will upload at the earliest Chapal
Mam, if we go through this course, can we ignore reading "Polity" books?
I would recommend reading the books once as they will re-enforce what u learn in th8s course
Aravind gogineni
10 months ago
Mam, how to reach you personally? Since this is not concerned with Unacademy, hence this question.
Hi saini sir m from kashmir and u r helping me alot by making my things much easier thnku sir long live boss
you are welcome shaddy mir. the class that you have commented on is by me and my name is Deepika
Shaddy Mir
a year ago
Ya i know that mam after all u r a single team na so what than i follow saini sir more bt u too are helping na so sam for u mam
Shaddy Mir
a year ago
Ya i know that mam after all u r a single team na so what than i follow saini sir more bt u too are helping na so sam for u mam
Shaddy Mir
a year ago
Ya i know that mam after all u r a single team na so what than i follow saini sir more bt u too are helping na so sam for u mam
Shaddy Mir
a year ago
Ya i know that mam after all u r a single team na so what than i follow saini sir more bt u too are helping na so sam for u mam
Shaddy Mir
a year ago
Ya i know that mam after all u r a single team na so what than i follow saini sir more bt u too are helping na so sam for u mam
Shaddy Mir
a year ago
Ya i know that mam after all u r a single team na so what than i follow saini sir more bt u too are helping na so sam for u mam
Shaddy Mir
a year ago
Sorry for too many cmnts actually it happens all because of network issues here in kashmir
No issues at all shaddy that's fine
  1. INDIAN POLITY AN INTRODUCTION OVERVIEW M DEEPIKA REDDY HYDERABAD


  2. OVERVIEW 1. Polity and Constitution 2. Historical Background 3. Framing of the Indian Constitution 4. Salient Features of the Indian Constitution


  3. POLITY AND CONSTITUTION 1. Polity 2. Constitution 3. Significance of a Constitution 4. Relationship between polity and Constitution 5. Types of Constitutions


  4. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Pre-Constitutional laws that contributed to the Constitutional Development in India Law and its provisions that laid base to the Indian Constitution


  5. FRAMING OF THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA 1. Timeline 2. Committees of the Constituent Assembly


  6. SALIENT FEATURES OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION Meaning 1. Lengthiest written constitution in the world 2. Drawn from different sources 3. Federation with a strong centre 4. Independent and integrated judiciary 5. Single Citizenship


  7. SALIENT FEATURES OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION 6. Welfare State 7. Universal Adult Franchise 8. Parliamentary form of Government 9. Fundamental Rights 10. DPSP


  8. SALIENT FEATURES OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION 11. Independent Constitutional Bodies 12. Balance between Parliamentary Sovereignty and judicial supremacy 13. Blend of rigidity and flexibility 14. Constitutionalisation of LSG