Social Studies is an important section for CTET, MPTET, State TET, and other teaching exams as well. Social studies is the main subject in the CTET exam Paper II. In CTET Exam, the Social Studies section comprises a total 60 questions of 60 marks, in which 40 questions come from the content section i.e.History, Geography and Political Science and the rest 20 questions from Social Studies Pedagogy section. At least 12-15 questions are asked from the History section in the CTET Social studies section. Here we are providing important facts related to the Maurya Period/Empire.
Constitution of India
- Original title : Bharatiya Samvidhana
- Adopted on : 26 November 1949
- Effective on : 26 January 1950
- Branches : 1. Executive, 2. Legislature, 3. Judiciary
- Judiciary : Supreme Court, High Courts, and District Courts
- 9 December 1946 : The first meeting was held in the Constitution Hall
- 11 December 1946 : The Assembly appointed Rajendra Prasad as its President, H.C. Mukherjee as its Vice-Chairman. B.N. Rau as constitutional legal advisor.
- 22 July 1947 : National Flag adopted
- 15 August 1947 : Achieved Independence
- 29 August 1947 : Dr. B.R. Ambedkar appointed as Drafting Committee Chairman. The other 6 members were Munshi, Muhammed Sadulla, Alladi Krishna-Swamy Iyar, N. Gopala Swami Ayyangar, Khaitan and Mittar.
- The constitution process took 2 years, 11 months and 18 days at a total expenditure of Rs. 6.4 million to finish.
Parts of Constitution
- Preamble, with ‘Socialist’, ‘Secular’, ‘Integrity’, add in 1976 by the 42nd
- Part I : State and union territories
- Part II : Citizenship
- Part III : Fundamental Rights
- Part IV : Directive Principles of State Policy
- Part IVA : Fundamental Duties
- Part V : The Union
- Part VI : The States
- Part VII : States in the B part of the 1st schedule
- Part VIII : Union territories
- Part IX : Panchayats
- Part IXA : Municipalities
- Part IXB : Co-operative societies
- Part X : Scheduled and Tribal Areas
- Part XI : Relations between the Union and the States
- Part XII : Finance, Property, Contract and Suits
- Part XIII : Trade and Commerce within India
- Part XIV : Services under the union and states
- Part XIVA : Tribunals
- Part XV : Elections
- Part XVI : Special provisions relating to certain classes
- Part XVII : Languages
- Part XVIII : Emergency provisions
- Part XIX : Miscellaneous
- Part XX : Amending the constitution
- Part XXI : Temporary, Transitional and Special provisions
- Part XXII : Short title, date of commencement, authoritative text in Hindi and repeals.
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