It is generally accepted that Constitution Law is the rules which regulates the structure of the principal organs of the Government and their relationship to one another.
Constitution is the fundamental and supreme law of the land of any country.
Broadly speaking, Constitutional Law studies the following aspects:
- Forms of Government: Presidential and Parliamentary
- The Preamble
- Union and its territories
- Fundamental Rights and Duties
- Directive Principles of State Policy
- Legislative System (Election, Parliament / President-ship etc.)
- Administrative (Organization and functioning of the Government)
- Judiciary (Court System, Supreme Court, High Court and other courts, Justices and Judges, Court procedure etc.)
- Provisions related to Emergency Rule
- Constitutional Amendment process
Administrative Law is a branch that was spun out of Constitutional Law.
- Constitutions of the World
- Presumption of Constitutionality
- Relationship between Constitutional Law and Administrative Law
- Federalism, Dual Federalism and Cooperative Federalism
- Welfare state