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NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Social Science Civics Chapter 1:The Indian Constitution

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The Constitution plays a vital role in democratic societies. This chapter introduces to the young minds the backdrop in which the Indian Constitution was framed and the ideologies that it stands for. This chapter further looks at the important points of the Indian Constitution. Each of these key points is imperative for the working of democracy in India and thus has been pointwise elaborated below:

  • In 1934, the Indian National Congress put forward a demand for a Constituent Assembly.
  • Three hundred people undertook the task of framing the constitution. These people became members of the Constituent Assembly in 1946. They met periodically for the next three years and compiled India's Constitution.
  • The Indian national movement was born in nineteenth-century India. The revolution saw thousands of men and women revolt against British rule. This culminated in India's independence in 1947.
  • Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar also known as Baba Saheb, is considered the Father of the Indian Constitution.
  • Some of the Indian Constitution's key features that have been discussed with the reader are federalism, parliamentary form of government, separation of power, fundamental rights, and secularism.

 

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