Directive Principles of State Policy for JKSSB Exam.

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Directive Principles of State Policy for JKSSB Exam.


Directive Principles of State Policy for JKSSB Exam.

Article 36 & 37: defines state and lay down that the provisions of part IV are not enforceable at law.

Article 38: direct the state to promote the welfare of people and to secure a just social order.

Article 39: require the state to make policies towards the

a) Adequate means of livelihood for all citizens.

b) Distribution of ownership and control of material resources of the community.

c) An economic system which does not lead to the concentration of wealth.

d) Equal pay for equal work for both men and women. e) health and strength of workers.

f) Opportunities and facilities for children to develop in a healthy manner and be protected from exploitation.

Article 39A: added by 42nd amendment; requires the state to ensure equal justice and free legal aid to poor.

Article 39C: added by the 25th amendment act of 1971, seeks to upgrade the Directive Principal .of State Policy: If laws are made to give effect to Directive Principal over Fundamental rights, they shall not be invalid on the ground that they take away the Fundamental rights.

Article 40: Requires the state to take steps to organize village panchayats and to endow them with such powers as may be necessary to enable them to function as units of self government.

Article 41: direct the state to make provisions for securing the right to work, right to education, ‘ right to public assistance in case of unemployment, old age, sickness and disability. .

Article 42: Ask for the provisions for just and humane conditions of work and for maternity relief.

 Article 43: Direct the state to secure to all workers-Iiving wages.

Article 43A: added by 42nd amendment, speaks for the participation of workers in the management of industries.

Article 44: direct-the state to secure uniform civil code throughout the territory of India.


Article 45: Direct the state to provide for free and compulsory education for children up to 14 years.

Article 46: -promote educational and economic rights of the SC and ST.

Article 47: direct the state to raise the level of  nutrition and to improve the standard of  living and health of people.

Article 48: Require the state to organize agriculture and animal husbandry on modern and scientific lines; prohibits cow Slaughter.

 Article 48A -added by 42nd amendment, direct the state to protect and improve the environment, forest and wild life.

Article 49: Direct the state to protect and ‘ maintain places ‘of historic and artistic importance.

Article 50:  Efforts to separate Judiciary from Executive.

Article 51: Direct the state to promote international peace and amity; maintain honorable relationship between the nations, foster respect for international laws and treaty obligations and encourage settlements for international disputes by arbitration.

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