The Borrowed features of Indian Constitution

The Borrowed features of Indian Constitution

Dear Aspirants, Here we are providing The Borrowed features of Indian Constitution complete list. we have seen in most of the recent exams one or two questions are asking from Borrowed Features of Indian Constitution. As we know our constitution is the lengthiest written constitution, even though we borrowed from almost every constitution of the world, the Constitution of India has several salient features that distinguish it from the constitutions of other countries. So we provide the complete List of Borrowed Features of Indian Constitution which will be helpful for your upcoming IB Main Exam, SSC,SSC CGL Tier II, SSC CHSL, RBI Assistant, UPSC, PSC Exams. You can download the complete list as free PDF from the link given below.


List of Borrowed Features of Indian Constitution

Name of Countries
Borrowed Features of the Constitution
Britain1.     Parliamentary government
2.     Rule of Law
3.     Legislative procedure
4.     Single citizenship
5.     Cabinet system
6.     Prerogative writs
7.     Parliamentary privileges
8.     Bicameralism
Ireland1.     Directive Principles of State Policy
2.     Method of Election of the president
3.     Members nomination to the Rajya Sabha by the President
Unites States of America1.     Impeachment of the president
2.     Functions of president and vice-president
3.     Removal of Supreme Court and High court judges
4.     Fundamental Rights
5.     Judicial review
6.     Independence of judiciary
7.     Preamble of the constitution
Canada1.     Centrifugal form of federalism where the centre is stronger than the states.
2.     Residuary powers vest with the centre
3.     Centre appoints the Governors at the states
4.     Advisory jurisdiction of the supreme court
Australia1.     Concept of Concurrent list
2.     Article 108 i.e. Joint sitting of the two houses
3.     Freedom of trade and commerce
Russia1.     Fundamental duties
2.     The ideals of justice (social, economic and political), expressed in the Preamble.
France1.     Concept of  “Republic”
2.     Ideals of Liberty, Equality and Fraternity(contained in the Preamble)
Germany1.     Fundamental Rights are suspended during Emergency
South Africa1.     Election of members of the Rajya Sabha
2.     Amendment of the Constitution
Japan1.     Concept of “procedure established by Law”

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