Centre-State Relations | Article 245 – 255 of the Indian Constitution | Legislative Relations
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Centre-State Relations | Article 245 – 255 of the Indian Constitution | Legislative Relations

September 15, 2019

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  1. Very helpful lecture ….the exam for which i am preparing questions on centre concurrent and state list subject if matters are always asked ..but not in concept they asked particular subject matter and one has to mark which the correct list for that subject…

    100+ 52 + 61 = 213 sub
    My request is ma'am can you provide a link of this list in which matters are simply written…thankyou

  2. Some of the books its written india is Quasi federal form of government how much is this different from federal form ?

  3. aapke face se nazar hi ni hat rhi…board aur polity jo padhi thi wo sb bhi bhool gya…you are beautiful and have melodious voice too.

  4. Madam, I am a LLB student from HYderabad. Your vedios are very much useful, as these vedios are precise with essence of the content. I feel it will be more useful to every student, if you make the vedios only in English. Please consider my request.

  5. Mam article 254 only talks about concurrent list related conflict between union and state… U haven't clearly mentioned that.. And article 251 talks about conflict between union and state on state matters…

  6. Good topic, but please edit it better and don't repeat the content multiple times. This way you can keep the video for under 10 minutes. Those who want to watch again can rewind and play. Thanks for the video.

  7. I overall liked the video,and commend you for the level of lucidity in your videos. But, I think that your interpretation of the territorial nexus doctrine is somewhat not correct as it is not only limited to checking Parliamentary law's extra territorial operation but also to State law's extra territorial operation. Tbh this thing has confused me from a long time and different books connte different meaning to the doctrine of territorial nexus. But as per MP Jain, the doctrine is applicable to checking the State law' extra territorial operation as well. Please do correct me if it's not so.

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