How Do You Cite to The Constitution In India (5 Steps)

How Do You Cite to The Constitution

How to Cite the Constitution


To cite anything refers to give a reference to something along with a proof to support your voice and in order to cite what has been mentioned in the constitution of any country, you obviously need to go by the references that depict all what has been mentioned in the constitution of that particular country. You need to first of all gather the initial required knowledge about the constitution of that country and then you can go ahead to cite it out along with the references. In case you wish to cite the constitution of any country, you may begin like what we are telling you to do here:-

How Do You Cite to The Constitution

How Do You Cite to The Constitution

1. The Beginning Search:-

The initial search for the constitution can be made researching for the details over the Internet. If I wish to cite the constitution of my country i.e. India, I will simply reach Google and type “Indian constitution. (1950)” and then I would type the name of article that I wish to give reference to. Say if I wish to talk about the article 325 of Indian constitution, I will simply write “Indian constitution (1950) art. 325 and the references to that article will get cited.

2. Now Reach The Library:-

Benjamin Franklin was right in his saying “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest” which is why now we advise you to reach the library and in the political sciences section you are sure to find some books that will enrich your knowledge regarding various facts related to the constitution. Just note down the book’s name, the publisher’s name and other such details along with the facts and figures that you find in it.

3. Cite Who Is The Head Of the Constitution Along With The Various Important Parts of It:-

Now the next step that your research needs to be added with is to cite who is the head of the constitution that you are talking about, like if I talk about the constitution of India, the President is the head of it and it was adopted by constituent assembly on 26th November 1949, and came into force on 26th of January 1950. These are the initial introductory details that you will mention and then you can mention the major parts of it along with the books and names of references from where you have researched it.

4. Go by the Various PDF Published Editions:-

You might even find some PDF editions published by various publications noting down the details from which you can easily cite the constitution or else if you have got the approach, you can even reach any member of the political groups to enrich your knowledge against the same. Simply keep on noting down the references from everywhere.

5. The Final Approach that you need to follow:-

Now when you have got all what you needed previously, you just need now to engage with the data and to re-arrange it in a perfect symmetry beginning with the introductory lines and ending with the references to each and every line.