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Schedules of the Indian Constitution

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    Schedules of the Indian Constitution

    The constitution of India at the time of adoption had only eight Schedules to which four more have been added during the last five years:

    1st Schedule: List of the States and Union Territories
    2nd Schedule:
    Part A Salary and emoluments of the President and Governors of the States.
    Part B Omitted
    Part C Salary and emoluments of the Speaker / Deputy Speaker or Chairman / Vice
    Chairman of the Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha and State Legislative Assemblies or Councils.
    Part D Salary and emoluments of the judges of the Supreme Court and High Courts.
    Part E Salary and emoluments of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India.
    3rd Schedule: Forms of oath and affirmations of members of legislatures, ministers and judges.
    4th Schedule: Allocation of seats to each State and Union Territories in the Rajya Sabha.
    5th Schedule: Provision of administration and control of Scheduled Areas.
    6th Schedule: Provisions of administration of Tribal areas of Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura and
    Mizoram.
    7th Schedule: Distribution of power between the Union and the State Government. (The Union
    List, State List and Concurrent List).
    8th Schedule: Description of 22 languages recognized by the Constitution.
    9th Schedule: Acts and rules that are protected by Art. 31 B land reforms.
    10th Schedule: Anti-defection Law introduced by 52nd Constitutional Amendment Act.
    11th Schedule: 29 subjects over which the Panchayats have jurisdiction (refer 73rd
    Constitutional Amendment Act).
    12th Schedule: 8 subjects over which the Municipalities have jurisdiction (refer 74th
    Constitutional Amendment Act).
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