Constitutional Law I is specially designed for students pursuing the three-year or fi ve-year LLB course in law education institutes. This revision book is part of the Quick Reference Guide: Q&A Series designed as a study aid for law students with a clear objective of assisting students in their examination preparation. The series adheres to the syllabus of the undergraduate law courses of all major universities and law institutes. Further, it deals with important topics in a comprehensive manner.
The text covers the important concepts of the Constitution such as Preamble to the Indian Constitution and its importance, federalism, secularism, establishment of new states, citizenship, fundamental rights, doctrines of eclipse, severability, and waiver. It further covers the rights to equality, freedom to practice/carry on any profession or trade, life and personal liberty, education, religion, cultural and educational rights and, rights of accused person and arrested person. It also covers writs of Mandamus, Habeas Corpus, Quo-Warranto, Prohibition and Certiorari, Directive Principles of State Policy, relation and distinction between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles, and Right to Property after the 44th Amendment.
About The Author
Rosedar SRA is Additional Public Prosecutor Grade II in the Principal Assistant Sessions Judge Court, Chittoor. Previously, he has served as a Legal Adviser cum Special Public Prosecutor in the Anti-Corruption Bureau Court, Nellore. He has also served as a Resource person for various academies such as the Andhra Pradesh Police Academy and the Andhra Pradesh Forest Academy in Hyderabad; the Andhra Pradesh Judicial Academy in Secunderabad; and the National Anti-Human Trafficking Mission (NAHTM). His contribution of exemplary services in the field of prosecution is recognised by the state government and it has conferred commendations to him in the year 2005 and 2013 while working in Nellore and Kadapa districts of AP, respectively.