If you read a dictionary, you will get the same meaning of the constitution defined in different words. In my opinion, I would say. The Constitution is a document with clear written rules and regulations. These rules and regulations give way to the elected leaders to govern a country.
Why Do We Need Indian Constitution?
The Constitution is a rule book accepted by the citizens of a country. This mainly focuses to live together in harmony, love, peace and justice. It’s approved democratically by the people. The Constitution is for the people, by the people from the people. The Constitution makes sure that we have a supreme law. This law determines the relationship between the people and the government of the country to live together. It’s not necessary that the constitution is in a written form. We find many countries in the world which do not have a written constitution.
WE, THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, having
solemnly resolved to constitute India into a
SOVEREIGN, SOCIALIST, SECULAR, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC
and to secure to all its citizens:
social, economic and political;
of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship;
of status and opportunity;
and to promote among them all
assuring the dignity of the individual and
the unity and integrity of the NATION
IN OUR CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY
this twenty-sixth day of November 1949, do
HEREBY ADOPT, ENACT AND GIVE TO
OURSELVES THIS CONSTITUTION.
Indian Constitution and Status of Education
- Article 41 Right to Work, to education and public assistance in certain cases
- Article 45 Provision for early childhood care and education to children below the age of six years
- Article 46 Promotion of educational and economic interests of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and other weaker sections
- Article 14 Equality Before Law
- Article 15 Prohibition of discrimination on the grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth.
- Article 16 Equality of opportunity in matters of public employment
- Article 17 Abolition of Untouchability
- Article 24 Prohibition of employment of children in factories
- Article 25 Freedom of Conscience and Free Profession, Practice and Propagation of Religion
- Article 28 Freedom as to attendance at Religious Instruction or Religious Worship in individual Educational Institutions
- Article 29 Protection of Interests of Minorities
- Article 30 Right of Minorities to Establish and Administer Educational Institutions
- Article 350 An Instruction in Mother Tongue at Primary Stage
- Article 350 B Special Officer for Linguistic Minorities
- Article 351 Directive for development of the Hindi language
Article 21 A Right to Education