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Constitutional Law - I - April/May 2008 3YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Definition of Constitution.
Short Federal Constitution.
Short Definition of State.
Short Freedom of Association.
Short Objectives of Directive Principles of State Policy.
Short Qualifications of the Judge of Supreme Court
Short National Emergency.
Short Right to Education
Long Explain the salient features of the Indian Constitution.
Long Explain the constitutional scheme of reservations.
Long Who are Minorities? What is the constitutional protection given to administer the minority educational institutions?
Long What is the power and procedure to amend the provisions of the constitution?
Problem The Govt. of Andhra Pradesh issued an employment notification in the year 2007 for the appointment of Sub-Inspectors in the Police Department. The salary offered to the Male and Female inspectors is Rs. 10,000 and Rs. 8,000 respectively. Ms Sujatha he student of Constitutional Law wants to challenge the notification on the ground that Female Inspectors are offered less salary than the Male inspectors. Explain the constitutional positions.
Problem The Greater Munipal Corporation of Hyderabad passed an Order to remove huts from pavements and other public places. The sudden decision of the corporation made thousands of pavement and slum dwellers homeless. An NGO filed Public Interest Litigation in the High Court of Andhra Pradesh under Article 226 of the Indian Constitution - Argue in favour of NGO.
Problem An employee in PWD of Andhra Pradesh approached the State Administrative Tribunal in respect of his promotion against the State Govt. He could not get any relief. Then approached the High Court of AP. The Division Bench of the High Court of AP passed an order against the employee. Now he wants to go to Supreme Court - Advise.
Problem The President of India shall be elected by an electoral college consisting of the elected members of both Houses of Parliament and the elected members of the State Legislative Assemblies. What is the mode of voting? Explain with an example.
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