Advanced Constituional Law

Start Date
01/08/2018

End Date
31/12/2018

Enrollment End Date
31/12/2018

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Anupama Goel
National Law University-Delhi
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Course Language
English
Course Type
Scheduled
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Course Category
Law
Learning Path
Post graduate
Course Length
60 Hours
Weekly time commitments
4 Hours
Course Completion
Yes, after passing all tests.
Exam Date
To be announced
Credits
4

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Overview

  • Brief history in the making of Indian Constitution
  • Concepts of ‘democracy’ and ‘republicanism,’ ‘judicial review’ ‘constitutionalism’
  • Constitutional theories, virtues and constitutional interpretation
  • Basic function of a written constitution regarding the allocation of State power and to analyse the distribution of powers between Union and its constituent units
  • Functions, powers and limits of the organs of state-legislature, executive and judiciary and to analyse their inter-se relationship
  • Provisions and procedures relating to Constitutional amendment and emergency-National, State and Financial along with their impact
  • Need and significance of granting special status or special provisions to some states
  • Constitutional importance and role of Panchayats, Municipalities, Scheduled & Tribal areas 

 

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Faculty

Anupama Goel


Prof.(Dr.) Anupama Goel was conferred her degree for Doctorate of Philosophy in law in 2003, for the empirical research extensively conducted on the impact of economic liberalization on various vulnerable sections of Indian society. The dissertation titled “Social Justice and its Implementation with Special Reference to the State of Punjab” was hugely applauded by many including ICSSR, Delhi. Since 1994, she is into academics and has taught many subjects to LL.B, LL.M. as well as Ph. D. students, including Constitutional Law, International Law, Interpretation of Statutes, Environmental Law, Human Rights and Law of Torts. She has research extensively on various socio-legal issues and has also published various papers on different areas of law in prestigious journals, including the Journal of the Indian Law Institute (JILI).

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