Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Schedules
Schedules are lists in
the Constitution that
categorize and tabulate
bureaucratic activity
and policy of the
Government.
First Schedule
(Articles 1 and 4)-
This lists the
states and
territories of India,
lists any changes
to their borders
and the laws used
to make that
change.
Second Schedule
(Articles 59, 65, 75,
97, 125, 148, 158,
164, 186 and 221)-
– This lists the
salaries of officials
holding public
office, judges, and
Comptroller and
Auditor-General of
India
.
Third Schedule
(Articles 75, 99,
124, 148, 164, 188
and 219)—Forms of
Oaths – This lists
the oaths of
offices for elected
officials and judges.
Fourth Schedule
(Articles 4 and 80) –
This details the
allocation of seats
in the Rajya Sabha
(the upper house of
Parliament) per
State or Union
Territory.
Fifth Schedule
(Article 244) – This
provides for the
administration and
control of
Scheduled Areas
[Note 2] and
Scheduled Tribes
[Note 3] (areas and
tribes needing
special protection
due to
disadvantageous
conditions).
Sixth Schedule
(Articles 244 and
275)— Provisions
for the
administration of
tribal areas in
Assam, Meghalaya,
Tripura, and
Mizoram.
Seventh
Schedule (Article
246)—The union
(central
government),
state, and
concurrent lists of
responsibilities.
Eighth Schedule
(Articles 344 and
351)—The official
languages.
Ninth Schedule
(Article 31-B) –
Articles mentioned
here are immune
from judicial
review.
Tenth Schedule
(Articles 102 and
191)—"Anti-
defection"
provisions for
Members of
Parliament and
Members of the
State Legislatures.
Eleventh
Schedule (Article
243-G)—Panchayat
Raj (rural local
government).
Twelfth Schedule
(Article 243-W)—
Municipalities (urban
local government).
System of
government
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