Dear friends, today we are going to offer Directive Principles of State Policy Notes PDF to help you. Article 36-51 of the Constitution if India contains Directive Principles of State Policy (DPSP). In the Indian constitution, you can find political democracy and socio-economic justice for the people to establish a welfare state. In this post, we have explained Directive Principles in detail.
The Constitution of India was written by a great personality of India Dr. B R Ambedkar. DPSP was created with the aim to create an equal environment and communities for people.
Directive Principles of State Policy Notes PDF
|Article||What it says|
|36||Defines the “state”.|
|37||Part IV of the Indian Constitution shall not be enforceable in any court of law.|
|38||Social, Political and Economic Justice.|
|39||Principles of Policy.|
|39A||Free Legal aid.|
|40||Organization of Panchayats.|
|42||Securing just and humane work and maternity relief.|
|43||Fair wages and a decent standard of life.|
|43-A||Workers’ participation in management.|
|43-B||Promotion of Cooperatives.|
|44||Uniform Civil Code.|
|45||Infant and Child Care.|
|46||Protection of SCs, STs and other weaker sections from exploitation.|
|47||Nutrition, Standard of living and public health.|
|48||Scientific agriculture and animal husbandry.|
|48-A||Environment and Wildlife Protection.|
|49||Protection of monuments and places and objects which have national importance.|
|50||Judiciary should be separate from the Executive.|
|51||The state shall promote international peace and security.|
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