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Introduction Constitutional Bodies (in Hindi)
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Approximation = total letters 13+1(A's posotion) and opp. of T(4th letter from right end) is G. so code will be 14G Global= total letters 6 + 7 (G'sposition) and opp. of O (4th letter from right end) is L so code will be 13L
Thank u sir Great explanation with examples
sir what is d difference b/w constitutional law n statutory law? In which category does right to property fall? plz reply...
Swapan dhar
2 years ago
its a legal right... Earlier it was a fundamental right under article 31...but it has been changed to legal right by amending the constitution.
Naval Karoly
2 years ago
whether it was a fund. rt prev. bt it had a place in the constitution from initial stage then dont it b const. rt... ppl say its both way rt bt what about d right explanation??? some1 help....!!
Naval Karoly
2 years ago
whether it was a fund. rt prev. bt it had a place in the constitution from initial stage then dont it b const. rt... ppl say its both way rt bt what about d right explanation??? some1 help....!!
Swapan dhar
2 years ago
it is not a fundamental right but a constitutional right... u can directly go to high court under art.226 for reinforcing it if it is being abridged...but sc cant provide remedy under art.32
Naval Karoly
2 years ago
u initialy said its a legal right... n now ..haha..ohh gosh. ok fine thanks alot for replying.
Swapan dhar
2 years ago
refer the polity book written by Laxmikanth... it is clearly written in the book that it right to property is a legal or constitutional right.
Naval Karoly
2 years ago
okay
thank you sir.. what a lucent language... awesome explanation!
  1. Constitutional bodies for UPSE CSE PRELIMS: 2018 -By Rahul Agrawal


  2. Introduction: Constitutional Bodies R. AGRAWAL


  3. A body is classified on the basis of the source from where it derives its powers. NON CONSTITUTIONAL BODIES (extra constitutional bodies) CONSTITUTIONAL BODIES STATUTORY BODIES EXECUTIVE BODIES R. AGRAWAL


  4. EXAMPLE UPSC- Article (315-323) Election commission Article 324 CAG-Article 148 Finance commission Article 280 CONSTITUTIONAL BODIES These bodies are mentioned in the constitution. You will see articles associated with them. r They derive their power from constitution. R. AGRAWAL Constitution ko amend karna padega to change them.


  5. A constitutional body is setup under specific instructions given in the constitution. It is mandatory for the govt. to set up such a body and it cannot dispense off easily when it becomes uncomfortable R. AGRAWAL


  6. NON CONSTITUTIONAL BODIES These bodies don't find place in the constitution. They derive their powers from other sources. R. AGRAWAL


  7. EXAMPLE National green tribunal act NGT act 2010. STATUTORY BODIES SEBI SEBI act 1992. Statute laws made by legislative bodies (central + state). National tiger conservation authority - wildlife protection act 1972 So a body that derives its power from law made by parliament/state is statutory body. CVC-CVC act. R. AGRAWAL


  8. Executive bodies: VThese are created by executive resolution. No laws backing them. Matlab by govt. Action. EX: Planning commission, NITI aayog, national development council. R. AGRAWAL


  9. Constitutional body Article associated Election Commission 324 UPSC SPSC Finance Commission NCSC NCST 315 323 315 - 323 280 338 338 A AL


  10. Constitutional body Special offer for linguist minorities CAG Advocate General Attorney general Article associated 350 B 148 165 76 R. AGRAWAL