Standard Reference for Judges, Lawyers, Constitutional Law Experts, Political and Social Activists, Officials of Central and State Government Law Departments, Academics, Administrators, Libraries, Law Universities, Faculties of Political Science and Public Administration, National/ State Judicial Training Academies and Aspirants for Judicial Services and Civil services This edition has been conceptualized as a handy reference on the Constitution of India, which is the lengthiest and the most detailed Constitution in the world. The Constitution of India is a document of paramount importance as it sets out the framework under which our nation is governed. The Constitution of India has been amended from time to time. This edition incorporates all the amendments up to the Constitution (Ninety-seventh Amendment) Act, 211 which aims at revitalizing co-operative societies with a view to ensure their contribution to the economic development of the country. A separate list of all the Constitution Amendment Acts till date has been provided for ready reference. Case Notes on landmark judgments of the Supreme Court have been provided with the aim of presenting the settled position of law on a critical range of issues. The utility of this work is further enhanced by a detailed subject index compiled for easy navigation.
Professor M P Jain (1923-2004), a gold medallist from University of Delhi, and J.S.D from Yale Law School, USA had an extensive teaching experience of nearly five decades. He taught at several universities such as Banaras Hindu University and University of Delhi in India, as well as others in Malaysia, Singapore and Australia. He has authored various books, markedly, Indian Constitutional Law, Principles of Administrative Law, Outlines of Indian Legal History and Halsbury’s Laws of India: Administrative Law.
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