Understanding The Constitution Of India - Batch 2

If you are preparing for any competitive exams, then you must acquire a basic understanding of the Constitution of India. Joining these comprehensive classes will help you gain an overview of the Indian Constitution and perform well in competitive exams.

  • Comprehensive Insights: Discover the Indian Constitution's most crucial aspects, unraveling its intricacies and idiosyncrasies.
  • Competitive Exam Focus: Tailored to meet the needs of competitive exam aspirants, this course offers a speedy and straightforward grasp of the subject matter.
  • Ideal for All: Whether you're a student preparing for a competitive exam or simply someone keen on exploring the Indian Constitution in-depth, this course is your gateway to knowledge.
Course Fee : ₹1500.00/-

About the course

The Indian Constitution, a true marvel, blends global wisdom into a unique masterpiece. Drawing inspiration from worldwide constitutions, its spirit and content are unparalleled. The Indian Constitution is unique in both spirit and content. This course on the Constitution of India highlights key features of the Indian Constitution, including the directive principles of state policy, fundamental rights and duties, various organs of the constitution, and other aspects. The course aims to provide general awareness about the Indian Constitution from a competitive exam perspective, offering an easy and quick understanding of the Constitution of India. Additionally, it is recommended for those who wish to gain a deeper understanding of the Indian Constitution. Those who complete the course will receive an e-certificate from Manorama Horizon, and class recordings can be accessed for another six months on Manorama Horizon. Join the course today and gain a deeper understanding of the largest written constitution in the world.


Anybody who wishes to learn and understand the constitution of India more deeply can join the class.

System Requirement

Seamlessly connect to our world of knowledge with a stable Internet connection

Class Timings

Date : 20th January 2024 - 31st January 2024
[12 Days]

Time : 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM IST

Course Curriculum



Constitution and Its Features

January 20

  • Drafting committee and making of the Constitution
  • Influence of other constitutions
  • Its salient features
Preamble Union and its Territory

January 21

  • Basic idea about Article 1-4 
  • State reorganization and different Commissions 
  • Federal nature

January 22

  • Basic idea about Article 5-11
  • Privileges available for Indian citizens and foreigners
  • Citizenship Amendment Act 2016
  • Fundamental Rights (FR)Basic idea about Article 12-35
Fundamental Rights (FR)

January 23

  • A thorough understanding about Articles 14- 30 and Art. 32
  • Rights and privileges available to citizens of India only and both to citizens and foreigners
  • 44th amendment act
  • Different types of Writs
  • Enforcement and Exceptional cases with regard to FR’s
  • RTE and recent issues related to FR

January 24

  • Directive Principles of State Policy (DPSP)
  • Fundamental Duties(FD)

January 25

  • Basic idea about Article 52-73
  • Qualification and Election
  • Function and Powers- (Executive, Legislative, Financial, Judicial, Diplomatic, Military and Emergency Powers)
  • Resignation and impeachment
  • Role and responsibilities and relationship with Prime minister, Council of Minister, Cabinet ministers.
  • Prime minister and council of minister - Basic idea about Article 74 -75
  • Powers and Functions
  • Council of ministers
  • Resignation and Removal
  • Attorney General

January 26

  • Basic idea about Article related
  • Role and functions of the Parliament
  • Sessions, Motions, Parliamentary procedure – Summoning, Prorogation, Joint sitting
  • Parliamentary proceedings like Question Hour, Zero Hour, and Adjournment Motion etc.
  • Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha,
  • Special powers of Rajya Sabha
  • Anti defection law and 10th schedule
  • Parliamentary Privileges
  • Bill and law making procedure
  • Budget, funds and its summary
  • Parliamentary Committees

January 27

  • Basic idea about Article related to the judiciary.
  • Powers of Supreme court and high court
  • Qualification and appointment
  • Removal procedure
  • Recent controversy, verdicts, and constitutional provisions
Emergency Provisions

January 28

  • National emergency - Article 352
  • President’s rule or State emergency - Article 356
  • Financial emergency - Article 360
  • 44th amendment act
  • Effects and implications of emergency
  • Role of President in emergency time
  • The State of FR, Lok sabha, and Rajya sabha
  • Revoking emergency
State Government - State Executive

January 29

  • Governor - appointment, removal and special powers.
  • Executive, Legislative, Financial, Judicial powers and discretionary of governor
  • 7th constitutional amendment
  • Chief minister and council of ministers
  • Power of chief minister State Legislature
  • State legislature compared to the Parliament with regard to composition, powers, and functions.
  • Bicameral legislatures
  • Creation and abolition of the Legislative councils
State -Centre and Interstate Relations

January 30

  • Basic idea about Articles 262 and 263
Panchayati raj and Municipalities

January 31

  • Elections, auditing, powers and authority of panchayats
  • 3 tier structure
  • 73rd Amendment Act and 74th Amendment Act
  • Relation with FR and DPSP
  • Schemes introduced
  • Metropolitan planning committee and urban development
  • Reservation