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

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Directive Principles of State Policy

Directive Principles of State Policy(DPSP) are ideal objectives that should state pursue.

  • In Part-4, from Article 36 to 51
  • DPSP gives resemblance to Instrument of Instruction of GOI Act, 1935
  • Not Justifiable i.e. in case of violation cannot reach to judiciary
  • Need legal Backing to implement
  • Borrowed from Ireland
  • Guidelines by constitution to states
  • Shows Economic and Social Justice

DPSP’s Classification:-

  • Socialistic
  • Gandhian
  • Liberal-Intellectual

Socialistic:- Socialistic DPSP’s are mirror to socialism Principle and i.e. based on welfare of society with masses and welfare of underprivileged.

Under this articles are:-

  • Article-38 :-Securing welfare of People
  • Article-39 :-Distribution of resources, equal pay for work(introduced by 42nd amendment 1976), Protection of childhood
  • Article-39 A:- Promotion of equal justice and to provide free legal aid to poor
  • Article-41 :-To secure right to work to education and to public assistance in cases of Unemployment, old age, sickness and disablement
  • Article-42 :- Maternity relief(increased)

Gandhian:- Gandhian Principles are based on Gandhian theory of state like development of small scale industries and all.

Under this articles are:-

  • Article-40 :- To organize village Panchayat
  • Article-43 :- To secure living wage, decent standard of living and to promote cottage industries(Introduced by 42ND Amendment)
  • Article-46 :- To promote educational & economic interests of SC, STs and other Backward educational class
  • Article-47 :- Prohibit the consumption of intoxicating drinks and drugs
  • Article-48 :- Prohibit slaughter of cattles

Liberal-Intellectual- These principles are based on new liberal principles which developed with the society.

Under this articles are:-

  • Article-44 :- Uniform Civil Code
  • Article-45 :- To provide free and compulsory education to all children upto the age of 6 years(First age was 14 later on by 86th amendment it was amended to 6 years)
  • Article-49 :- Protect Monuments of National Importance
  • Article-50 :- Separate Judiciary from executive
  • Article-51 :- To promote international Peace
  • Article-48 A :- To protect environment
  • Article-43B :- Promotion of cooperative societies(introduced by 97th amendment 2011)

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