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What are the Schedules to the Constitution of India? What are the purpose / description of Schedules?

Schedules to the Constitution of India and its description / purpose are:

 

Schedules

 

Description / Purposes

 

First Schedule

 

Territorial demarcations of States and Union Territories (29 states and 7 Union Territories)

 

Second Schedule

 

President and Governor of States

 

Third Schedule

 

Form of oath or affirmations

 

Fourth Schedule

 

Allocation of seats in Rajya Sabha (Total 233 seats and 12 Nominated. A maximum of 250 allowed in the Constitution)

 

Fifth Schedule

 

Administration and control of Scheduled areas and Scheduled Tribes

 

Sixth Schedule

 

Administration of Tribal areas in northern states

 

Seventh Schedule

 

Union List, State List and concurrent list (Distribution of legislative subjects between Union and States)

 

Eighth Schedule

 

Languages (Now 22 Languages)

 

Ninth Schedule

 

Allied laws and regulations saved for judicial review.

 

Tenth Schedule

 

Disqualification on the ground of defection (This Schedule followed latest developments by 91st amendment tot he Constitution in 2003).

 

Eleventh Schedule

 

Panchayats

 

Twelfth Schedule

 

Urban and Local self Governments

 

 

Note:- Information updated in February 2017. Please cross check latest amendments to the constitution from other sources also.

   
 

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