The main objectives of this course are;
– to give an idea of constitutionalism in Nepal.
– to provide a wide-ranging knowledge of fundamental rights and their relation with
directive principles and judicial techniques of enforcement.
– to acquaint students with the Constitutional framework for enforcement of cabinet
system of Government and show their relation with people and parliament.
– to give an idea about judicial trends in interpretations of constitutional provisions,
judicial independence and judicial activism in a new perspective.
– to acquaint the students with critical study of constitutional standards for relation
between individual and state and between executive, judiciary and legislature.
– to provide basic knowledge on rule of law, separation of power and technique of
check and balance and independence of judiciary.
– to impart a comparative knowledge on above mentioned subjects with reference to
their state of affairs in UK, USA and India.