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Book Details


Report on Indian Constitutional Reforms


Bibliography : xiv, 244pp., Demy 8vo.
HB ISBN (10) : 8185557888
HB ISBN (13) : 9788185557885





About the Book:

The present work entitled `Report on Constitutional Reforms in India`, a monumental historical document, is the outcome of the announcement made by the Secretary of State on August 20, 1917 according to which substantial steps were to be adopted towards increasing the association of Indians in every branch of administration.

The Report contains Part I and Part II, the former aims at tracing the growth of the Administrative system in India since the settlement of the East India Company, reflecting on the Morley-Minto reforms of revolutionary character, decentralisation of the powers and establishment of Local Self-government Resolution, 1915 and the latter focusses attention on the exact proposals, building up and foreseeing the eventual future of India as a sisterhood of states, self-governing in all matters of purely local or provincial interest.

The report is a full-length authentic study as to how India was ruled by a system of absolute government by the Britishers and how her people were allowed a gradual and increasing share by instalments in the administration of the country ultimately leading to the Provincial Autonomy and the determination of responsible form of Government.




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