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Part 1 and Part 2 of the Constitution in Detail(in Malayalam)
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This lesson explain the Part 1 &2 ie, Union and it's Territories & Citizenship of India

Bibi Mohanan is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Bibi Mohanan
I have a teaching experience of 7 years . I run two YT channeIs My Notebook & EEE Made Easy. I did M.Tech in photonics and BTech in EEE

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Parliament passed the Andhra StateAct in September 1953. On October 1,1953, 11 districts in the Telugu-speaking portion of Madras Statebecame the new Andhra State with Kurnool as the capital.
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  1. Part I & II of the Constitution in detail Presented by; Bibi Mohanan

  2. Part I- Union and its Territory GR Article 1- India shall be a union of States" O3 Territory of India 3 categories 1. Territories of the States 2. Union Territories 3. Territories that may be acquired by India at any of time

  3. Article 2: admission of new States cR Article 3:formation of new States & alteration of areas, boundaries or names of existing States cR There are 29 States& 7 Union Territories

  4. Delhi- National Capital Territory oR 69th Amendment,1991 o Provided with a legislative assembly (70 seats) & a council of Ministers o Administered by the President through a Lt. Governor(advised by, a council of Ministers)

  5. Pondicherry- Union Territorv o Administered by the President through a Lt. Governor( advised by, a council of Ministers) o Legislative assembly: 33 members O 70th amendment "the elected members ofthe Legislative assemblies of Delhi and of Pondicherrv form part of Electoral College in Electing the President"

  6. Evolution of States & Union Territories 1. Dhar Committee o3 Constituent Assembly appointed S K Dhar committee in 1948 o3 to study the reorganization of states on linguistic o Appointed in June 1948, & report submitted in os Rejected the Reorganization of states based on basis December 1948 linguistic basis (as it may affect the National Integration of our country)

  7. Evolution of States & Union Territories 2. JVP Committee o Jawaharlal Nehru, Vallabhai Patel, and Pattabhi sitaramaiah R The Congress appointed JVP committee in 1948 ( to consider the recommendation of Dhar Committee) Ga JVP committee rejected language as the basis for reorganization of States ca Submitted report on April 1949

  8. Evolution of States & Union Territories Fazal Ali Commission ( State Reorganisation Commission) o Government appointed the 3 member Commission os Chairman - Fazal Ali os To re-examine the re-organisation of States on linguistioc 3. basis Submitted report in September 1955 os Accepted language as the basis of re-organisation of States oR The State of Andhra Pradesh was thus formed in 1953

  9. Part II- Citizenship Article 5-11 R System of Constitution : borrowed from Constitution of UK Citizenship Act was passed on 1955 R Provides on acquisition and Termination of Citizenship

  10. Citizenship Act ,1955 Prescribes 5 ways of acquiring Citizenship 1. By birth: c A person born in India on or after 26th January 1950, before 1st July 1987 is Citizen of India by Birth irrespective of the Nationality of his parents 2. By Descent 3. By Registration 4. By Naturalisation 5. By incorporation of Territorv