UPSC IAS 2018 | Fundamental Rights: All about Polity

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Fundamental Rights: All about Polity

Fundamental rights chapter is very useful for all government exams either SSC or any other government exams Rights:- reasonable claims as recognized by society and guaranteed and protected by law and  sanctioned by law

You may also see this:- Governor, Parliament, Attorney General, Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha

Fundamental rights:- Restricts the state, Guarantee survival of human being, Therefore  they protect people from arbitration

Fundamental Rights:-

Right to equality(Article 14-18)

Right to freedom(Article 19-22)

Right against exploitation(Article 23-24)

Right to freedom of religion(Article 25-28)’

Cultural and educational rights(Article 29-30)

Right to constitution remedies(Article 32)

Right to equality

Article-14:- Equality before law and equal protection of laws

Article-15:- Prohibition of discrimination

Article-16:- Equality of opportunity in public employment

Article-17:- Abolition of untouchability

Article-18:- Abolition of titles

You should also see:- Constitutional and Statutory Bodies

Right to freedom

Article-19:-Protection of six fundamental rights regarding freedom of speech and expression, assembly, association, movement, residence and Profession

  • Freedom of press too comes under right to freedom

Article-20:- Protection in respect of conviction of offence

Article-21:- Protection of life and personal liberty

Article-21A:- Right to education(introduced by 86th amendment)

Article-22:-Protection against arrest and detention

Right against exploitation

Article-23:- Prohibition of trafficking in human being and forced labor

Article-24:- Prohibition of employment of children in factories

Right to freedom of religion

Article-25:- Freedom of conscience and practice and propagate religion freely

Article-26:- freedom to manage religious affairs

Article-27:- freedom of payment  of taxes for promotion of any religion

Article-28:- freedom of attending religious instruction of worship

Cultural and educational rights

Article-29:- protection of language script and culture of minorities

Article-30:- Right to minorities to establish administrator in educational institutions

Article-31- Right to property deleted by 44th  amendment

Right to constitution remedies(Article 32) –   also called as heart and soul of Indian Constitution, Supreme court has been empowered writs power under this article like Habeas Corpus, Mandamus, Certiorari, prohibition and qua-warranto.

You should also study Polity other articles here:-

Making of constitution facts to remember Know all about preamble

UPSC IAS 2018 | Indian Polity Notes: Directive Principles of State…

Judiciary and Tax system

Various constitutional bodies

All about governor and Parliament

Features of Indian constitution

Formation of different states

Remember schedules by trick

Citizenship


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