Wednesday, November 30, 2011

PART IV
DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF
STATE POLICY
ARTICLE
36. Definition.
37. Application of the
principles contained
in this Part.
38. State to secure a
social order for the
promotion of
welfare of the
people.
39. Certain principles
of policy to be
followed by the
State.
39A. Equal justice
and free legal aid
40. Organisation of
village panchayats.
41. Right to work, to
education and to
public assistance in
certain cases.
42. Provision for just
and humane
conditions of work
and maternity relief.
43. Living wage, etc.,
for workers.
43A. Participation of
workers in
management of
industries.
44. Uniform civil
code for the citizens.
45. Provision for free
and compulsory
education for
children.
46. Promotion of
educational and
economic interests
of Scheduled Castes,
Scheduled Tribes and
other weaker
sections.
47. Duty of the State
to raise the level of
nutrition and the
standard of living
and to improve
public health.
48. Organisation of
agriculture and
animal husbandry.
48A. Protection and
improvement of
environment and
safeguarding of
forests and wild life.
49. Protection of
monuments and
places and objects of
national importance.
50. Separation of
judiciary from
executive.
51. Promotion of
international peace
and security.
PART-VIA
FUNDAMENTAL DUTIES)
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Article 51A
Fundamental duties.

It shall be the duty
of every citizen of
India —
(a) to abide by the
Constitution and
respect its ideals and
institutions, the
National Flag and the
National Anthem;
(b) to cherish and
follow the noble ideals
which inspired our
national struggle for
freedom;
(c) to uphold and
protect the
sovereignty, unity and
integrity of India ;
(d) to defend the
country and render
national service when
called upon to do so;
(e) to promote
harmony and the spirit
of common
brotherhood amongst
all the people of India
transcending religious,
linguistic and regional
or sectional
diversities; to
renounce practices
derogatory to the
dignity of women;
(f) to value and
preserve the rich
heritage of our
composite culture;
(g) to protect and
improve the natural
environment including
forests, lakes, rivers
and wild life, and to
have compassion for
living creatures;
(h) to develop the
scientific temper,
humanism and the
spirit of inquiry and
reform;
(i) to safeguard public
property and to abjure
violence;
(j) to strive towards
excellence in all
spheres of individual
and collective activity
so that the nation
constantly rises to
higher levels of
endeavour and
achievement.
(k) Who is a parent
or guardian to
provide
opportunities for
education to his
child or, as the case
may be, ward
between the age of
six and fourteen
years.
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* Added by 86th
Amendment of
December, 2002,.