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Constitutional Law I - Project Topics

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LL.B I Yr. III Trimester March - June 2011
Constitutional Law I - Project Topics
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ID.No.

Project Topic

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1780

Constitutionalism Vis-à-vis Sovereignty and Democracy

2

1781

Constitutional developments since 1919

3

1782

Impact of Government of India Act, 1935 on the Indian federal structures

4

1783

Impact of the world constitutions on the framing of Indian Constitution

5

1784

Identification of Goals and values of the Constitution

6

1785

Role of the Preamble in the interpretation of the constitution

7

1786

Federal principle and its adoption in the Indian Cosntitution

8

1787

Juristic perception of the nature of Indian polity

9

1788

A comparative study of Indian federal relations with US

10

1789

Dominant features of the Union over the States

11

1790

Principles of interpretation of the lists

12

1791

Doctrine of Territorial nexus

13

1792

Distribution of powers between the centre and states - a comparative

14

1793

analysis between India - US - Canada and Australia

15

1794

Docttrine of Coularable legislation vis-à-vis pith and substance

16

1795

Power of the parliament to legislate on the state subjects

17

1796

Doctrine of Repugnancy

18

1797

History of making Indian Federation

19

1798

Inter Governmental Delegation of Administrative powers

20

1799

Inter state disputes and the role of the Union Government

21

1800

Failure of the Constitutional machinery in the States - Role of the Union Government - a citique

22

1801

Union obligations towards states

23

1802

Union - state fiscal relations

24

1803

Residuary powers

25

1804

Report of Rajamannar committee - a crtique

26

1805

Restraints on Taxing power of the states.

27

1806

Judicial role in the Indian Federation

28

1807

Recommendations of Sarkaria Committee on centre-state fiscal relations

29

1808

Language problem in the Indian federal structure

30

1809

Doctrine of Immunities and instrumentalities

31

1810

Role of Finance Commissions in the fiscal relations

32

1811

Resolution of Inter state water disputes - the Constitutional frame work

33

1812

Interstate boundary disputes - Constitutional frame work resolution

34

1813

Inter- State Council - its powers and fucntions

35

1814

Scope of the freedom of trade, commerce and intercourse

36

1815

Power of the Parliamentto impose restrictions on free trade

37

1816

Freedom of Trade and commerce - a comparative study of India and Australia

38

1818

Freedom of Trade and commerce - a comparative study of India and USA

39

1819

Impact of proclamation of emergency on federal structure

40

1820

Compensatory tax and freedom of trade

41

1821

Judicial approach on the nature of Indian federal polity

42

1822

Impact of emergency on the Fundamental rights

43

1823

Effects of emergency

44

1824

Special status of Certain states - and the constitutional implications

45

1825

Status of Jammu and Kashmir

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1826

A critical appraisal of the impostions of President's rules in the sates

47

1827

State of West Bengal v Union of India, AIR 1963 S.C. 1241 : A CRITICAL APPRAISAL

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1828

Duty of the Union to Protect the States

49

1829

An appraisal of State of Rajasthan v Union of India, AIR 1977 S.C. 1977

50

1830

Constitutional provisions relating to transfer of judges - a critical evaluation

51

1831

Judicail review of the provisions of Free trade and Commerce

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1832

Appointment of judges - A review of the Constituional provisions

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1833

Role of the judiciary in resolving the Union - state conflicts -

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1834

Doctrine of prospective over ruling

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1835

Parliament's power to amend the Fundamental Rights from Shankari

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1836

prasad to Keshavananda Bharathi case

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1837

Evolution of Basic Structure theory

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1838

Amending process and its implications on union-state relations

59

1839

A critical appraisal of the role of the of the Governor in the Union state relations

60

1840

S.R. Bommai v Union of India, 1994, 3 SCC 1 - a critical study

61

1841

Imposition President' rule in the states - Judicaial review

62

1842

I.R. Coelho v State of Tamilnadu : an evaluation

63

1843

Sarkaria Commission's report on Freedom of Trade

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1844

Devolution of powers on Panchayats - Implication on federal structure

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1845

Implications of "full faith and credit clause"

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1846

Barrowing power of the union- and states

67

1847

An appraisal of centre state fiscal relations

68

1848

Delegation of the Union powers to states

69

1849

12th Finance Commission - Its contribution

70

1850

Status of Union Territories

71

1851

Krishna Water dispute - an evaluation

72

1852

Rules of interpretation of taxing entries

73

1853

State of Karnataka v Union of India

74

1854

Legislative Competence in relation to Education

75

1855

Dissolution of Assemblies & revival - a review of the Cosntitutional scheme and judicial perspective

76

1856

Impact of British North American Act on the Indian Federal structure

77

1857

Powers of the Governor to retain the Bills

78

1858

Formation of the Indian Union - a historical perspective

79

1859

Indian federalism as viewed by the judiciary - a critical review

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1860

Power of the Union to create the new states

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1861

Problems of legislative Competency

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1729

Principle of hormonious construction in interpreting the lsits

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1739

Application of liberal and natural construction rule in interpreting the lists

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1746

Conditional enumeration of legislative powers -Doctrine of paramountacy

85

1757

Doctrine of permissible encroachments

Course Teachers: Prof. V.S. Mallar / Prof. T.V. Subbarao

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