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Created byAnupama Goel
The Constitution of India is our written document of governance. The basic function of a written constitution is to distribute the State’s power between its various constituent organs.
Our Constitution is unique as it does not merely declare, in broad terms, the allocation of the State power between the three traditional organs, i.e. the legislature, the executive and the judiciary, but also contains the finer details of their functions and limits, which may not be usually found in other constitutions of the world. Apart from the separation of powers between State organs inter se, the Constitution of India, being quasi-federal in nature, has also to distribute the powers between the Union and its constituent units. Federal concerns find a special place in our Constitution. – the mechanism for resolution of federal challenges and disputes is unique as provided in the Indian Constitution:
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Course Coordinator and chief instructor of MOOCS on Advanced Constitutional Law, Prof.(Dr.)Anupama Goel is a law academician expert in constitutional law, with a vast experience of teaching for almost two decades. Presently, she is working in National Law University, Delhi and is coordinating various student based activities.