Composition 349 of the Indian constitution falls under the third chapter of
part 17 of the Indian constitution which deals with sanctioned languages. It
lays out a special procedure for the preface or movement of any bills or
corrections related to language during the first 15 times after the
relinquishment of the Constitution.
Composition 350 of the Indian constitution exfoliates light on the rights of
Indian citizens regards their language of communication with the government.
This composition states that the chairman may authorize the use of any
indigenous language in the proceedings of the union government and its agencies
as well as in the representation of the requital of grievances to the union
government and its agencies.
Special procedure for enactment of certain laws relating to language:
There was no bill or correction for the provision for the language which is to
be used for any of the purposes shall be introduced or moved in either Lok Sabha
or Rajya Sabha without the permission of the chairman, also without the
consideration and recommendations of commission of clause (1) of composition
344, the chairman doesn't give any permission to the preface of the bill.
Language to be used in representation for requital of grievances:
Every person shall submit a representation related to the requital of grievance
to the officer or authority in the Union of State in the language which is used
in the Union or State.
Installations for instructions in the mother tongue at the primary stage:
Every state and every original authority shall give installations for the
operation of mother tongue at the primary position of education, especially by
the children who belong to verbal nonage and the chairman issues direction for
passing provision of these installations.
Article 350 B
Special officer for verbal nonage:
The chairman shall appoint a special officer as a verbal officer. The special
officer shall probe all the matters relating to the safeguards and rights of the
verbal nonages and report to the chairman on the matters which the chairman may
direct, the chairman represents similar reports before the houses of Congress.
Directive for the development of the Hindi language:
The union shall promote the spread of the Hindi language as Hindi is the
language, that is extensively used throughout India, Hindi is used as the medium
of expression for the culture of India. The languages that are in the eighth
schedule of the constitution are also in operation by the union wherever it's
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others etc. on 16th November 1992. Equivalent citations: AIR 1993 Sc
H77,1992 Supp 2 scar 454 Bench: M Kania, M Venkatachalam, SR Pandian, T
Ahmadi, k Sindhu, P Sawant, R Sahai, BJ Reddy.
- Smt. Shakuntala's. Tiwari vs Hemachandra Singhania on 6th May
1987 Mr. Nariman learned course for the plaintiff that the expression "
determination " appears in section 111 of the Transfer of Property Act.
Under section 14 of the Bombay Rent Act, the same expression was used in the
terrain of a sub-tenant of the landlord.
- Ratilal Khemchand Chokshi vs Assesses
The guest of the decision of the learned commissioner of income tax (appeals) is
that the assesses failed to prepare a cash flow statement or to prove that the
shares or the sale proceeds have been invested in household articles. IT (ss) A
Nos 349 -AHD-2003,350-AHD-2003 and 357-AHD -2003.
In conclusion, composition 349 of the Indian constitution establishes a 15-time
period during which the use of languages for any of the purposes mentioned in
clause (1) of Composition 348 cannot be changed without the previous blessing of
the president. This blessing can only be granted after the chairman has taken
into consideration, the recommendations of the commission and the report of the
commission established under clause (1) and clause (4) of Composition 344
independently. The purpose of Composition 350 of the Indian constitution is to
ensure that individuals can effectively communicate their grievances to the
government and that their rights are protected. It also reflects the
multi-public nature of India, where there are numerous different languages
spoken across the country.