CBSE Class 9 Political Science (Civics) Chapter 2 Notes - Constitutional Design


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Students who are studying in Class 9 get confused with some concepts and aspects of the Constitution. They are doubtful and have a lot of questions in their minds such as why there is a need for a constitution?, What are the ways to formulate a constitution?, What are the values that should get followed while drafting a constitution in a democratic state? Is the Constitution flexible and can be changed according to the changing conditions? These are some of the questions that students have in their minds, and these questions can get cleared by constitutional design Class 9 notes. Students can do constitutional design Class 9 notes PDF download, which is available free on the internet.

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1. Discuss the making of the Indian Constitution.

Indian Constitution was drafted under tough and challenging situations. The country was born along with a partition which was based upon religious differences. After independence, India was divided into India and Pakistan, which was a challenging situation for both the countries. In all this situation, our freedom fighters with dedication and coordination drafted a democratic constitution for India. Indian Constitution showed the rights and duties of a citizen of India. It also specified the amount of power the government can put upon the citizens. There was no discrimination based on caste, creed and colour in theĀ  Indian Constitution. Every citizen was considered equal. Some of the laws included in the Constitution are adopted from the colonial laws.

2. What is a constituent assembly?

An assembly drafted the Constitution of India with elected representatives. This assembly is known as a constituent assembly. The constituent assembly representatives election was held in July 1946. The first meeting of the constituent assembly was held in December 1946. The constituent assembly of India had a total of 299 members. The assembly adopted the Constitution on 26 November 1949, but it came into effect from 26 January 1949. To mark this day, the country celebrates this day as the republic day. The assembly was constituted of the freedom fighters of India who have struggled for years for this moment.