Important Solved Questions on Constitutional Law, (Updated)

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Part 1

  1. Explain the objectives enshrined in the Preamble. Can the Preamble be amended?
  2. Describe special features of the Indian Constitution.
  3. State the provisions related to citizenship of India provided in the Indian Constitution.
  4. Explain “Citizenship by Domicile”.


Part 2

  1. “Article 14 permits classification but prohibits class legislation”. Discuss.
  2. Explain the right to freedom of speech and expression with the help of decided cases.
  3. Explain fundamental right to freedom of Assembly


Part 3

  1. Explain the doctrine of protection against Double Jeopardy.
  2. “The Constitution of India provides Protection against arrest and detention in certain cases'.” Elaborate the statement.
  3. Explain minorities right to establish educational institution under Indian Constitution.
  4. Explain the writ of Habeas corpus.
  5. Whether a foreigner is entitled to file a Writ Petition in India? Briefly comment.
  6. Elaborate the relationship between fundamental rights and directive principles of state policy.


Part 4

  1. ‘The President of India works over the advice of Prime minister and his Council of Ministers’. Elaborate the statement.
  2. Examine the pardoning power of the President.
  3. Write a detailed note on the Ordinance making power of President.
  4. Discuss the impeachment procedure of the President of India.


Part 5

  1. What do you mean by Union Council of Ministers?
  2. What is collective responsibility in Parliamentary form of Government?


Part 6


Part 7

  1. Write a note on Powers of Governor and his role in states.
  2. Write a short note on pardoning powers of Governor.


Part 8

  1. Write a note on federalism.
  2. Examine whether the Indian Constitution is federal or not.
  3. Discuss challenges to Indian Federalism.
  4. "In the scheme of distribution of Legislative Powers under the constitution of India one finds central dominance." Point out in detail five such areas.
  5. State the powers of Parliament to legislate on state list.
  6. Explain the doctrine of colourable legislation.


Part 9

  1. Write a short note on provisions of National emergency under Indian Constitution.
  2. What do you mean by suspension of enforcement of fundamental rights during national emergency?
  3. Write a short note on provisions related to State Emergency.


Part 10

  1. Elucidate the Constitutional provision on Inter- State trade and commerce.
  2. What is a Money Bill? Explain the procedure of passing Money Bill.


Part 11

  1. Write a note on 'Doctrine of basic structure'.
  2. Write an explanatory note on Constitutional amending powers of parliament, by describing its procedure, with the help of decided case laws.


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