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Build a firm foundation for an understanding of the Indian polity with this course on fundamental rights in the Indian constitution.
India chose to include in its constitution, a list of fundamental rights, including rights in relation to equality, liberty, and the protection of minorities, which cannot ordinarily be curtailed by governments. This course will provide a detailed understanding of what these rights mean, the purpose behind their presence in the constitution, and how the Supreme Court of India has interpreted them. It will deliver all the concepts needed to clearly understand these rights and the tools needed to keep this learning up-to-date.
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Exam and certification
In addition to unit wise practice exercises, this course offers a Course Completion Test (CCT). To qualify for the CCT, a learner has to complete more than 60% of the course. The CCT is conducted online to provide maximum flexibility to the learner. Based on the results of the CCT, a learner will be given a certificate, which is recognised by various employers in the legal industry.
Each myLaw Course is designed and created by our in house faculty team in consultation with industry experts, including experienced litigators and corporate lawyers, and accomplished legal academics. myLaw continues to work closely with such experts to ensure that this Course imparts the practical skills and legal knowledge required for this area of law.
1. Introduction (Part 1)
2. Introduction (Part 2)
3. Article 12 – What is “the State”? (Part 1)
4. Article 12 – What is “the State”? (Part 2)
5. Laws Inconsistent with Fundamental Rights
6. Articles 15 to 18 (Part 2)
7. Article 14 - Equality (Part 1)
8. Article 14 - Equality (Part 2)
9. Articles 15 to 18 (Part 1)
10. Freedom of Speech (Part 1)
11. Freedom of Speech (Part 2)
12. Freedom of Speech (Part 3)
13. Freedoms of Assembly, Association, Movement, Residence, and Trade (Part 1)
14. Freedoms of Assembly, Association, Movement, Residence, and Trade (Part 2)
15. Articles 20 and 22 (Part 1)
16. Articles 20 and 22 (Part 2)
17. Articles 20 and 22 (Part 3)
18. Article 21 – Right to Life – From Gopalan to ADM Jabalpur (Part 1)
19. Article 21 – Right to Life – From Gopalan to ADM Jabalpur (Part 2)
20. Article 21 – Right to Life – From Maneka Gandhi to Puttuswamy (Part 1)
21. Article 21 – Right to Life – From Maneka Gandhi to Puttuswamy (Part 2)
22. Freedom of Religion (Part 1)
23. Freedom of Religion (Part 2)
24. Freedom of Religion (Part 3)
25. Enforcement of Fundamental Rights (Part 1)
26. Enforcement of Fundamental Rights (Part 2)
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