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Other Relevant Details – Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar

As Chairman of Drafting Committee and Member of Other Committees of Constituent Assembly

  1. Advisory Committee (on 24.1.1947).
  2. Sub-Committee on Fundamental Rights (on 27.2.1947).
  3. Sub-Committee on Minority Rights (on 27.2.1947).
  4. Union Constitution Committee (on 30.4.1947).
  5. Ad-Hoc Committee on Citizenship (on 30.4.1947).
  6. Ad.-HOC Committee on Art. 15 (3) & 16(4) (on 21-22.4.1947).
  7. Joint Sub-Committee on ‘June 3 Plan’ considering the cession of certain parts from the Union (on 5.6.1947).
  8. Joint Sub-Committee on forming Linguistic Provinces (5.6.1947).
  9. Sub-Committee on the electoral college of the President of India (on 8.6.1947).
  10. Sub-Committee on the Upper House (on 9.6.1947).
  11. Flag Committee (on 23.6.1947).
  12. As Chairman of Sub-Committee to consider the procedure of Amendment to the Constitution (on 30.6.1947).
  13. Ad-hoc Committee of the Provincial Constitution Committee On Cl. 8 of Part I of The Provincial Constitution (15thJuly 1947).
  14. Committee to consider and report on the Functions of Constituent Assembly under Indian Independence Act 1947 the adoption of GOI, Act 1935; the Rules and Standing orders of the Legislative Assembly (on 20.8.1947).
  15. Sub-Committee for considering position of Sikhs & Minority Rights in East Punjab and reservation of seats in Legislatures for minority in West Bengal (on 24.2.1948).
  16. “Special Committee” to examine the Draft Constitution of February 1948 (on 27.3.1948).
  17. Special Committee on Official Language (on Nov. 1948).
  18. Chairman Drafting Committee (on 30th Aug. 1947).

Also worked in :

(i) Union Powers Committee and Provincial Constitution Committee.

(ii) Chairman Select Committee on Hindu Code Bill.

 

Conferences, Commissions and Committees Worked With

  1. SouthBrough Committee 1919.
  2. Royal Commission on Indian Currency and Finance or Hilton Young Commission 1925-26
  3. Indian Statutory Commission on Simon Commission 1928-29.
  4. On Education Condition of Depressed Classes of Bombay Province or Starte Committee, 1928-30
  5. Lothain Committee on Franchise 1932
  6. Round Table Conferences 1st, 2nd & 3rd 1930-32
  7. Joint Committee on Indian Constitutional Reforms 1933
  8. National Defense Council or Defense Advisory Committee 1941
  9. Linguistic Provinces Commission or Dhar Commission 1948
  10. First States Reorganization Commission or Syed Fazal Ali Commission 1955

 

Periodicals Started

  1. Mooknayak (voice of the voiceless), January 1920
  2. Bahiskrut Bharat (Excommunicated India), April 1927
  3. Samata (Equality),  September 1927
  4. Janta (The People), November 1930-1955
  5. PraBuddha Bharat (Enlightened India), February 1956

 

Significant Organizations and Institutions Started

  1. Bahiskrit Hitkarini Sabha (Depressed Classes Institute) July 1924
  2. Samta Sainik Dal 1927 (Given All India formal form in 1942)
  3. Samata Samaj Sangh (League for Equality or Egalitarian Society Organization) September 1927
  4. Bhartiya Bahiskrit Samaj Siksha Prasarak Mandal (Depressed Classes Education Society) June 1928
  5. Mumbai Muncipal Kamgar Sangh 1934
  6. Independent Labour Party August 1936
  7. Municipal Workers Union, Bombay 1937
  8. Mahar Dnyati Panchayat Samiti (Mahar Community Association) May 1941
  9. All India Scheduled Castes Federation July 1942
  10. Scheduled Castes Improvement Trust, Bombay 1944
  11. Peoples Education Society, July 1945
  12. (Siddharth College, Mumbai; Milind Mahavidalaya, Aurangabad)
  13. Bharat Bhushan Printing Press, January 1946
  14. Bhartiya Boudha Jansangh, July 1951
  15. The Buddhist Society of India, May 1955
  16. Mumbai Ilakha Kanisha Gaokamgar Sangh, July 1955
  17. Boudhajan Panchayat Samiti, 1956
  18. Buddha Bhushan Printing Press, February 1956
  19. Republican Party of India (December 1955 resolved formed postmously in October 1957)

 

Envisaged Institutions :

  1. Social Centre, Mumbai
  2. Institute of Comparative Studies in Cultural History, Philosophy and Religion, and Buddhist Religious Seminary, Banglore
  3. Political School, Pune
  4. Knowledge Centre in PES
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