Parts and Schedules of The Indian Constitution - Chapter 4 - Important for WBCS, SSC, IBPS and More (Constitution)

Parts of the Constitution



*At the time of adoption of the constitution, number of Part : 12
*Present number of part : 15
Part
Articles

Part – I
1-4
The union and its Territory
Part – II
5-11
Citizenship
Part – III
12-35
Fundamental Rights of the Indian Citizens
Part – IV
36-51
The Directive Principle of State Policy
Part – IV(A)
51A
The Fundamental Duties of citizens
Part – V
52-151
The Union (The president, The Vice president, The P.M and COM, The Parliament, The attorney General, The supreme Court, The CAG of India etc.
Part – VI
152-237
The States ( The Governor, The cheif Minister and COM, The state legislature, the advocate general, the high courts etc)
Part – VII
238
The State in Part “B” of First Schedule.
Part – VIII
239-242
The special Provision for the Union Territories
Part – IX
243-‘243-0’
The Panchayats
Part – IX(A)
243P – 243ZG
The Municipalities
Part – X
244
The special provision for schedule and tribal areas
Part – XI
245-263
The Legislative and administrative relation between centre and state
Part – XII
264- 300A
The financial relation between centre and states
Part – XIII
301-307
Trade, commerce
Part – XIV
308-323
The services
Part – XIV(A)
323A- 323B
Administrative Tribunals
Part – XV
324-329
The Election Provisions
Part – XVI
330-342
Provision fro Sc and other minorities
Part – XVII
343-351A
Ofiicial and other Languages
Part – XVIII
352-360
The emergency Provision
Part – XIX
361-367
Special Provision Regarding the President, the vice president, state governors etc
Part – XX
368
The Amendment
Part – XXI
369-392
Special Provision for some Indian States
Part – XXII
393-395
National flag, emblem, Songs, antheme, short titles, etc

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Schedules of the Constitution
*At the time of Adoption of Indian Constitution, Total number of Schedules : 8
* Present number of Schedules : 12
Schedules
Details
First
Names and territorial extent of 29 states and 7 union territories of the Indian union.
Second
Salary of President, Governors, Chief Judges, Judges of High Court and Supreme court, Comptroller and Auditor General etc
Third
Forms of Oaths and affirmations
Fourth
Allocate Of seat in Rajya Sabha for each states and union territories
Fifth
Administration and control of scheduled areas and tribes
Sixth Schedule
Sixth
Administration of Tribal Area in Asom, Meghalaya, Tripura, Mizoram & Arunachal Pradesh
Seventh
Division of powers and functions between Union & States. contains 3 lists
Union List (For central Govt) Originally 97 Subjects but present – 100.
States List (Powers of State Govt) Originally 66 subjects, present – 61.
Concurrent List (Both Union & States)Originally 47 subjects present – 52.
Eight
List of 22 languages of India recognized by Constitution
Assamese
Bengali
Hindi
Gujrati
Kannada
Kashmiri
Marathi
Nepali
Oddia
Monipuri
Malayalam
Konkoni
Punjabi
Sanskrit
Sindhi
Tamil
Telegu
Urdu
Santhali
Bodo
Maithali
Dogri



*Sindhi was added in 1967 by 21 Amendment.
*Konkani, Manipuri ad Nepali were added in 1992 by 71 amendment. *Santhali, Maithili, Bodo and Dogri were added in 2003 by 92 amendment.
Ninth
Added by Ist amendment in 1951. Contains acts & orders (Originally 13 but now 282) related to land tenure, land tax, railways, industries.
Tenth
Added by 52nd amendment in 1985. Contains provisions of disqualification of grounds of defection Also known as Anti defection Act (1985)
Eleventh
Powers, authority and responsibility of Panchayats. Has 29 subject and added by 73rd amendment (1992).
Twelfth
Power, authority and responsibility of Municipalities. Has 18 subject, added by 74th amendment (1992).


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