Class 11th Political Science Indian Constitution at Work Book (NCERT) – Video Tutorial
Digraj Singh Rajput
This Course Covers The Following:
CBSE / NCERT Syllabus Based Topic Wise Explanation
Syllabus Overview of the Subject
Chapter wise Summary
Full Chapter Videos
One Shot Revision
This course covers the complete NCERT / CBSE course based syllabus with all chapters of Class 11th Political Science which has been taught topic wise. This also covers the concepts useful for competitive exams.
Watch Chapter-wise Videos
Chapter 1 - Constitution : Why and How ? 16 Lectures
1.1 Why do We Need a Constitution ?
Purpose of the Constitution
Basic Rules of Constitution
1.2 Specification of Decision Making Powers
Allocation of Power
1.3 Limitations on the Government
Chances of unfair laws
1.4 Aspirations and Goals of a Society
Provisions for Enabling framework for government
Fundamental rights and DPSP
1.5 Fundamental Identity of a People
Concept of the fundamental identity of a people
11 More Lessons
Chapter 2 - Rights in the Indian Constitution 20 Lectures
2.1 Rights in the Indian Constitution - Introduction
What are the topics we are going to learn in this chapter?
2.2 Importance of Rights
Why rights are played an important role in Indian constitution?
2.3 Bill of Rights
What do we mean by bill of rights?
What is the importance of bill of rights?
2.4 Fundamental Rights in the Indian Constitution
What do we mean by fundamental rights?
From where fundamental rights have come in Indian constitution?
What is the role of judiciary in fundamental rights?
2.5 Bill of rights in the South African Constitution
How bill of rights are made in the South African constitution?
How can we compare Indian constitution with South African constitution?
15 More Lessons
Chapter 3 - Election and Representation 16 Lectures
Role of Constitution
overview of chapter
3.2 Election And Democracy
What do we mean by Election and Democracy?
3.3 Election Systems in India
What is the Election system in India?
3.4 First Past The Post System
Lok Sabha election in 1984
3.5 Proprtoional Representation
What are the variants of proportional representation?
11 More Lessons
Chapter 4 - Executive 12 Lectures
Organs of Government
What we are going to study in this Chapter?
4.2 What is Executive?
What do we know by the term Executive?
Principal function of the executive
4.3 What are the Different Types of Executives?
4.4 Semi-Presidential Executive in Sri Lanka
4.5 Parliamentary Executive in India
Past Experience of Running the Parliament System
7 More Lessons
Chapter 5 - Legislature 14 Lectures
5.2 Why Do We Need A Parliament?
Why Do We Need A Parliament?
5.3 Why Do We Need Two Houses Of Parliament?
5.4 Bicameralism in Germany
Federal Assembly (Bundestag)
Federal Council (Bundesrat)
5.5 Rajya Sabha
Detailed Discussion about Rajya Sabha
9 More Lessons
Chapter 6 - Judiciary 14 Lectures
What do you understand by the term Judiciary?
6.2 Why Do We Need An Independent Judiciary?
6.3 Independence Of Judiciary
Features of judiciary
6.4 Appointment of Judges
6.5 Removal of Judges
9 More Lessons
Chapter 7 - Federalism 15 Lectures
7.2 What is Federalism?
What do you mean by the term Federalism?
India and diversity
Concepts associated with federalism
Working of federalism
7.3 Federalism In West Indies
7.4 Federalism in Nigeria
7.5 Federalism In The Indian Constitution
10 More Lessons
Chapter 8 - Local Governments 9 Lectures
8.2 Why Local Government?
8.3 Growth of Local Government in India
Mahatma Gandhi and local Government
8.4 Local Government in Independent India
8.5 73rd and 74th Amendments
4 More Lessons
Chapter 9 - Constitution as a Living Document 11 Lectures
9.2 Are Constitutions Static?
9.3 How to Amend the Constitution?
9.4 Special Majority
The principal of the special majority
6 More Lessons
Chapter 10 - The Philosophy of the Constitution 15 Lectures
Overview of the chapter
10.2 What is meant by Philosophy of the Constitution
Political philosophy approach
10.3 Constitution as means of Democratic Transformation
10.4 Why do we need to go back to the Constituent Assembly
10.5 What is the Political Philosophy of our Constitution