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Introducing PART 3 of the Fundamental Rights course (in Hindi).
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Rahul Agrawal is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Rahul Agrawal
The Ultimate Doubt Destroyer on Unacademy. One of the Top Educator on the Unacademy platform. Famous for Doubt destroyer series.

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sir i would request you to please make a DD series on parliament. i am having lot of trouble in it
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  1. UNDERSTANDING FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS IN A DOUBT DESTROYER MANNER -By Rahul Agrawal R. AGRAWAL


  2. So far in the doubt destrouer series Emergency prouisions Anti - defection law Amendment of the constitution 2 & 3 7 & 8 4 Fundamental duties and Schedules Tribunals And centre state relations DPSP And Prestdent of India R. AGRAWAL


  3. Many more to come... Whoa! That's great, aren't you excited?


  4. 'unacademy Hello! R. AGRAWAL am Rahul Agrawal Verified educator at unacademy!


  5. DOUBT-DESTROYER SERIES' R. AGRAWAL


  6. Fundamental Rights covered in the previous course: Equality of-, opportunity in . Right to Freedom (Article 19) T0 Public Employment (Article 16) Freedom of speech & Abolition of --. Expression, Right to Untouchability assemble peaceably & without arms, Right to Form associations. (Article 17) 12 Abolition of.--- Titles reedom of Movement, Residence & Profession. (Article 18) R. AGRAWAL


  7. Fundamental Rights covered in the previous course: What is State along Basics of Fundamental Rights with Judicial Review (Articles 12 & 13) Features of Fundamental Rights Equality before law (Article 14) 05 Positives & Negatives of.-- 07 Exceptions to Right to Fundamental Right -Equality Prohibition of Discrimination on grounds only of RRCSP R. AGRAWAL (Article 15)


  8. 50 POLITY FACTS SERIES: Historical Background Supreme & High Court Parliament v Fundamental Rights Constitutional Bodies R. AGRAWAL