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Civic Consciousness

After completing this lesson, student must be able to:

  • Describe about the  constitution.
  • Describe  six constitution of Nepal.
  • Explain the salient features of the interim constitution of Nepal 2063.
  • Discuss about our fundamental rights.
  • Explain the duties of Nepalese citizens.
  • Explain about  good governance.
  • Explain about civil societies.
  • Explain about unity in diversity.

Notes

Constituent Assembly

Constituent Assembly is the process of drafting the constitution. It is the assembly of elected people’s representatives formed in order to draft the constitution. This note has information about Constituent Assembly and its necessity in Nepal.

Rule of Law

The legal principle for governing a nation is known as the rule of law. It is also known as ‘Supremacy of Law’, ‘Constitutional Supremacy’ etc. This note has information about rule of law, its principles, need for nation, obstacles and ways to promote.

Loktantrik Conduct

Loktantra is a system where the representatives of people govern. The concerns of the people are comprehended by such elected nominees or representatives of the people. This note has information about Loktantrik conduct.

Peace and its Management

Peace refers to the condition in which the aspects such as war, violence, etc. are absent. It is a favorable situation for development and prosperity. This note has information about peace and ways to maintain peace.

Nationality and Subjects of National Concern

The issues that are connected with the present condition of the state are the national concerns. The subjects of nation concern is possessed by every independent nation. This note has information about the subjects of national concern.