This lecture covers Part III and Part IV A of the Indian Constitution dealing with Fundamental Rights and Fundamental Duties. Fundamental Rights are the rights available to the people of this country while Fundamental Duties are the obligations on part of the citizens. Fundamental Duties were added to the Indian Constitution by the 42nd Constitution Amendment Act 1976 by the Indira Gandhi Government.
Here is a video lecture comprehensively covering the topic of Fundamental Rights and Fundamental Duties, a part of General Studies Paper 2 in UPSC Mains Exam. The topic is important from both Prelims as well as Mains Examination Perspective.
As IAS aspirants you should be well prepared with this topic as you can always expect UPSC prelims and mains questions on Fundamental Rights as well as Fundamental Duties.
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