Course Details

Ever wondered why nobody questions your faith or your occupation? This is because these are your fundamental rights! Nobody can infringe them, not even the state.

Fundamental rights are basic human rights that are guaranteed by the constitution of India to all the citizens of the country. This topic is a very important component of the CLAT exam, so brush up your concepts with the help of this course.

Start learning with this course and enhance your chances of landing in your dream law school!

What you will learn

  • Introduction to Fundamental Rights
  • List of Fundamental Rights
  • Importance of Fundamental Rights
  • Enforceability of Fundamental Rights

Curriculum for this course

Pre-Assessment Test

  • See where you stand with this test that will check your knowledge of fundamental rights

Videos

  • Right to equality (A. 14-18)
  • Right to freedom (A. 19)
  • Protection in respect of conviction for offences (Article 20)
  • Right to life and Personal Liberty (Article 21)
  • Right to Education (Article 21A)
  • Ex post facto laws and Double Jeopardy (Article 22)
  • Right against Exploitation (Article 23-24)
  • Freedom of Religion (Article 25-28)

Live Lectures (An sms/email will be sent 30 minutes before live lecture. Live lectures are conducted on a regular basis and details will be updated here. Once available, you can view previously recorded live lecture.)

  • Lecture 1: Fundamental Rights under the Indian Constitution: Learn the concept of State under Article 12, Right to Equality, Right to Freedom, Right against exploitation and Right to Freedom of Religion

eBook

  • Through this eBook you’ll get insights into the fundamental rights provided in the Indian constitution and also understand their importance.

Assignments

  • Indian Constitution II- Practice Assignment 01
  • Indian Constitution II- Practice Assignment 02
  • Indian Constitution II- Practice Assignment 03

Online Tests

  • Indian Constitution II - Practice Test 01
  • Indian Constitution II - Practice Test 02

Doubt & Discussion Group

  • You will be sent a WhatsApp Group invite link within 48 hours.

Support & Help

  • Feel free to message us with any issues, queries or feedback you have about this course. We are happy to help!

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Indian Constitution II : Fundamental Rights