There are significant differences between Administrative law and Constitutional law.
A Constitution is the supreme law of the land. No law is above the constitution and hence must satisfy its provisions and not be in its violation. Administrative law hence is subordinate to constitutional law. In other words, while Constitution is the genus, administrative law is a species.
Constitution deals with the structure of the State and its various organs. Administrative law, on the other hand, deals only with the administration.
While Constitution touches all branches of law and deals with general principles relating to organisation and powers of the various organs of the State; administrative law deals only with the powers and functions of the administrative authorities.
Simply speaking the administrative authorities should first follow the Constitution and then work as per the administrative law.
Administrative Law in India
Administrative law in India attempts to regulate administrative actions by controlling delegated legislation and subjecting administrative discretionary actions to judicial review. It also provides for the constitution of tribunals and their composition.
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