Schedules of the Indian Constitution

Schedules of the Indian Constitution

Schedules of the Constitution from First to Fourth

Schedules:First
Subject Matter: Territories of the States and Extent of the Union Territories
Articles Covered:1 &4

Schedules:Second

Subject Matter:Salaries, Allowances, etc.. of Constitutional Authorities.
Part A: Provisions as to the President and the Governor of States.
Part B: Repealed
Part C: Provisions as to the Speaker and the Deputy chairman of the Council of States & the Speaker and the Deputy of the Legislative Assembly & the Chairman & the Deputy Chairman of the Legislative Council of States.
Part D: Provisions as to the Judges of the Supreme Court and of the High Courts.
Part E: Provisions as to the comptroller and Auditor-General of India.

Articles Covered:59, 65, 75, 97, 125, 148, 158, 164, 186 & 221

Schedules:Third

Subject Matter:Prescribes the form of Oath or affirmations to be taken by the Union Ministers, candidates for election to Parliament, a member for election to parliament, Judges of the Supreme Court and Comptroller & Auditor General, the minister of a state, candidates for election to Sate Legislature, Members of Legislature of a Sate, Judges of High Court etc.

Articles Covered:75,99, 124, 148, 164, 198 and 219

Schedules:Fourth

Subject Matter:Allocation of seats to State and Union Territories in the Rajya Sabha

Articles Covered:4 and 80

Schedules of the Constitution from Fifth to Twelfth

Schedules of the Constitution from Fifth to Twelfth

Schedules:Fifth

Subject Matter:Provisions as to the Administration and control of Scheduled areas and Scheduled Tribes.

Part A: General
Part B: Administration & control of Schedules areas and Scheduled Tribes
Part C: Scheduled Areas
Part D: Amendment of the Schedule

Articles Covered:244 (1).

Schedules:Sixth

Subject Matter:Provisions as to the Administration of Tribal Areas in the States of Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura and Mizoram

Articles Covered:244 (2) and 276.

Schedules:Seventh
Subject Matter:Division of Subjects into three lists:

Articles Covered:246.

Schedules:Eight

Subject Matter:Languages recognized by the constitutions. Originally 14, presently 22. Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Konkani, Kannada, Kashmiri, Manpuri, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepali, Oriya, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, Bodo, Maithill, Santhali, Dogari

Articles Covered:344 & 351.

Schedules:Ninth

Subject Matter:Validation of certain Acts and Regulations dealing with land reform. Total 257 Acts by 1991. This schedule was added by 1st Amendment Act of 1951.

Articles Covered:31 B.

Schedules:Tenth

Subject Matter:Provisions as to disqualification of members of parliament and Sate Legislature on ground of defection.
This schedule was added by 52nd Amendment Act of 1985.

Articles Covered:102 & 191.

Schedules:Eleventh

Subject Matter:This schedule includes provisions relating to Panchati Raj.

Articles Covered:243 G.

Schedules:Twelth

Subject Matter:This schedule includes provisions relating to Municipalities & Municipal Corporators.

Articles Covered:243 W.

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