List of 12 Schedules of Indian Constitution

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There is a list of 12 schedules of the Indian Constitution. one of the primary mentions schedules was made within the government of India act,1935 wherever it included 10 schedules. later, when, the Indian constitution was adopted in 1949.

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hari June 1 2020 List of 12 Schedules of Indian Constitution indianconstitutions.com/schedules-of-indian-constitution Introduction Schedules of Indian Constitution There is a list of 12 schedules of the Indian Constitution. one of the primary mentions schedules was made within the government of India act1935 wherever it included 10 schedules. later when the Indian constitution was adopted in 1949. it consisted of 8 schedules. today with the amendment in Indian constitution there is a total of 12 schedules of Indian Constitution. India is a sovereign democratic republic with a parliamentary system of government it took 2 years and 11 months and 18 days for the constitution to be written on 26 November 1949. the constitution was universally accepted by the constituent assembly. the constitution came to be an effect of January 26 1950. several changes have been made to the constitution from time to time the original constitution becomes with the preamble which the introduction to the constitution. Originally the constitution had 395 articles in 22 parts and 8 schedules. As of January 2018 101 amendments have been made to the constitution. currently the constitution has 25 parts with 448 articles12 schedules and 5 appendices. 1 / 5

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Schedules of Indian Constitution Numbers Subject Matter Articles Covered First Schedule 1. Names of the State and their territorial jurisdiction. 2. Names of the Union Territories and their extent. 1 and 4 2 / 5

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Second Schedule The provision relating to the emoluments allowances privileges and so on of: 1. The president of India 2. The Governors of States 3. The Speaker and Deputy Speaker of Lok sabha. 4. The Chairman and the Deputy Chairman of the Rajya Sabha. 5. The speaker and deputy speaker of the Legislative Assembly in the states. 6. The Chairman and Deputy Chairman of the legislative council in the states. 7. The judges of the Supreme court. 8. The judges of the high court. 9. The Comptroller and Auditor General of India. 59657597 125148158 164186 and 221 Third Schedules Forms of Oath or Affirmation for: 1. The Union Ministers 2. The candidate for election to the parliament 3. The members of parliament 4. The judges of supreme court 5. The Comptroller and Auditor General of India 6. The state ministers 7. The candidate for election to the state legislature 8. The members of the state legislature 9. The judges of the High Court. 758499124 146173188 and 219 Fourth Schedule Allocation of seats in Rajya Sabha to the states and union territories 4 and 80 Fifth Schedules Provision relating to the Administration and Control of schedule Areas and Scheduled Tribes. 244 Sixth Schedule Provision related to the administration of tribal areas in the state of Assam Meghalaya Tripura and Mizoram. 244 and 275 3 / 5

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Seventh Schedule Division of powers between the Union and State in terms of the list I Union List list II state list list third concurrent list Presently the Union list contains 100 subjects originally 97. the state list contains 61 subjects originally 66 and the concurrent list contains 52 subjects originally 47. 246 Eight Schedule Languages recognized by the constitution. Originally it had 14 languages but presently there are 22 languages. there are Assamese Bengali Bodo Dogri Dongri Gujarati Hindi Kannada Kashmiri Konkani Mathili Maithili Malayalam Manipuri Marathi Nepali Odia Punjabi Sanskrit Santhali Sindhi Tamil Telugu and Urdu. Sindhi was added by the 21st Amendment Act 1967. Konkani Manipuri and Nepali were are added by the 71st Amendment Act of 1992 and Bodo Dongri Maithili and Santhali were added by the 92nd Amendment Act 2003 Oriya was renamed as Odia by the 96th Amendment Act 2011. 344 and 351 Ninth Schedule Act and regulation originally 13 however presently 282 of the state legislature dealing with the land reforms and abolition of the zamindari system and of the Parliament dealing with other matters. this schedule was added by the 1st amendment 1951 to guard the laws included in it from judicial scrutiny on the bottom of violation of fundamental rights. however in 2007 the Supreme Court ruled that the law included in this schedule after April 24 1973 are now open to judicial review. 31-B Tenth Schedule Provision relating to disqualifications of the members of Parliament and State Legislatures on the ground of defection. This schedule was added by the 52nd Amendment Act of 1985 also known as Anti-defection Law 102 and 191 Eleventh Schedule Specifies the power authority and responsibilities of Panchayats. it has 29 matters. This schedule was added by the 73rd Amendment Act 1992. 243-G Twelfth Schedule Specifies the Powers authority and responsibilities of municipalities It has 18 matters. This schedule was added by the 74th Amendment Act of 1992. 243-W 4 / 5

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For more Notes and References visit – https://www.indianconstitutions.com/ Article 15 of indian constitution Article 16 of Indian Constitution Article 21 of Indian Constitution Article 20 of Indian Constitution 5 / 5

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