• B. DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY

    • • Contained in Part – IV of the constitutions (Articles 36 - 51), borrowed form Ireland .

    • • These are fundamental in the governance of the country.

    • • They promote the idea of a Welfare State ‘ and not a mere ‘Police State’.

    • • They are broadly classified into 3 categories:

    • • Socialistic or welfare principles :: Art 39, 41 – 43

    • • Gandhian principles :: Arts 40, 43, 46 – 49

    • • Liberal –Intellectual principles :: Arts 44- 45, 50 – 51

    Articals With Retails

    ARTICAL NO. RElATES TO
    38 Social order based on Justice – social, political and economic .
    39 Principles of policy to be followed be the State for securing economic justice in the form of :
    • • Adequate means of livelihood to all Distribution of resources for common good .

    • •Prevention of concentration of Equal pay for equal work, protections of workers .

    • •Protection of children & youth .

    39A Equal Justice and free legal aid to the poor. Legal aid Speedy trial have now been held to be fundamental rights under ;Article 21 of the constitution available to all prisoners and enforceable by the courts .
    40 Organization of village panchayats.
    41 Right to work, education, and public assistance in certain cases .
    42 Just and humane conditions of work .
    43 Living wage for workers. Living wage and not Minimum wage .
    44 Participation of workers in management of Industries .
    45 Uniform civil code .
    46 Educational and economic interests of SC, ST and weaker sections .
    47 Standard of living and improvement of health .
    48 Agriculture and Animal Husbandry
    48A Environment , places and objects of national importance .
    49 Mono ments, places and objects of national importance .
    50 Separation of Judiciary form Executive
    51 Promotion of international peace and security