Some Import act Amendments of The Constitution of India

1st Constitutional Amendment Act, 1951: This amendment added Article, 15(4) and Article, 19(6) and brought changes in the right to private property in pursuance with the decision of Supreme Court concerning fundamental rights. Ninth schedule to the Constitution was also added by it.

7th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1956: Through this amendment the implementation of State Reorganisation Act, was made possible. The categorisation of States into Part A, Part B and Part C ceased henceforth. Part C states were redesignated as Union Territories. The seats in the Rajya Sabha and in the Union and State Legislatures were reallocated. It also effected changes regarding appointment of additional and acting judges, High Courts and their jurisdictions etc.

10th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1961: Incorporated Dadra and Nagar Haveli as Union Territory.

12th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1962: Inclusion of territories of Goa, Daman and Diu into the Indian Union.

13th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1962: Insertion of Art. 371 A to make special provisions for the administration of the State of Nagaland.

14th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1962: Pondicherry, Karaikal, Mahe, and Yenam, the former French territories, were specified in the Constitution as the Union Territory of Pondicherry (now Puducherry). Enabled the UTs of Himachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura, Goa, Daman and Diu and Pondicherry to have Legislatures and Council of Ministers.

15th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1963: lt raised the age of retirement of a High Court Judge from 60 to 62. Extended the jurisdiction of a High Court to issue writs under Art. 226 to a Government or authority situated outside its territorial jurisdiction where the cause of action arises within such jurisdiction.

16th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1963: Changes were effected in Art. 19 to enable the Parliament to make laws providing reasonable restrictions on the freedom of expression in the larger interests of sovereignty and integrity of India. Amendments were made in the form of an oath contained in the third Schedule with emphasis on upholding the sovereignty and integrity of India.

19th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1966: Art. 324 was amended to clarify the duties of the Election Commission. It deprived the Election Commission of the power to appoint election tribunals for deciding election disputes of members of Parliament and State Legislatures.

21st Constitutional Amendment Act, 1967: the Sindhi language was included as 15th regional language in the Eighth Schedule.

24th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1971: It was a retaliatory act of the Parliament to neutralize the effect of the judgment in the Golak Nath case. It affirmed the parliament's power to amend any part of the Constitution, including Fundamental Rights by amending Arts. 368 and 13. It made obligatory for the President to give assent to Amendment Bills, when they are presented to him/her.

25th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1971: It restricted the jurisdiction of the Courts over acquisition laws with regard to the adequacy of Compensation. This amendment came primarily in the wake of the Bank Nationalisation case and the word 'amount' was substituted in place of 'compensation' in Article 31.
It also provided that no law passed by the State to give effect to Directive Principles specified under clauses (b) and (c) of Art. 39 can be declared void on the ground that it was inconsistent with Fundamental Rights conferred by Arts. 14, 19 and 31.

26th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1971: This amendment withdrew the recognition to the rulers of Princely States and their privy purses were abolished.

30th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1972: It provided that only such appeals can be brought to the Supreme Court which involves a substantial question of law. The valuation aspect of Rs. 20,000 for appeals in civil cases to the Supreme Court was abolished.

31st Constitutional Amendment Act, 1973: By this amendment, the seats of the Lok Sabha was increased from 525 to 545 but reduced the representation of UTs in Lok Sabha from 25 to 20.

35th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1974: Accorded status of Associate State to Sikkim by ending its protectorate kingdom status which was a novel concept introduced in the Constitution.

36th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1975: Made Sikkim a full-fledged State of the Union of India.

38th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1975: Clarified that declaration of emergency by the President and promulgation of Ordinance by the President or Governor cannot be challenged in any Court on any ground.

39th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1975: The disputes or questions regarding elections of President, Vice-President, Prime Minister and Speaker of Lok Sabha were taken out of the purview of judicial review of the Supreme Court or High Courts.

42nd Constitutional Amendment Act, 1976 (Mini Constitution): The 42nd Amendment made fundamental changes in the constitutional structure and it incorporated the words 'SOCIALIST', 'SECULAR', and 'INTEGRITY' in the Preamble. Fundamental Duties were added in Part IVA. Directive Principles were given precedence over Fundamental Rights and any law made to this effect by the Parliament was kept beyond the scope of judicial review by the Court. It made the power of Parliament supreme so far as an amendment to the Constitution was concerned. It authorized the Supreme Court to transfer certain cases from one High Court to another and redefined the writ jurisdiction of the High Courts. It provided for Administrative Tribunals for speedy justice. It empowered the Centre to deploy armed forces in any State to deal with the grave law and order situation. It authorized the President to make a Proclamation of Emergency for any part of the country or to the whole of India. It made it obligatory for the President to act on the advice of the Council of Ministers. Tenure of the Lok Sabha and the State Assemblies was increased by one year.

43rd Constitutional Amendment Act, 1977 (w.e.f. 13.04.1978): The 43rd Amendment omitted many articles inserted by 42nd Amendment. It restored the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court and the High Courts, which had been curtailed under the 42nd Amendment.

44th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1978: The amendment was brought by the Janata Party Government which repealed some of the changes effected by 42nd Amendment, omitted a few and provided alterations. Right to property was taken away from the list of Fundamental Rights and placed in a new Art. 300A as an ordinary legal right. Constitutionality of the Proclamation of Emergency by the President could be questioned in a court on the ground of malafide (42nd Amendment had made it immune from judicial review). It brought the revocation of a Proclamation under Parliamentary control. In Article 352 regarding National Emergency, the words' internal disturbance' were substituted by the words 'armed rebellion'. It authorized the President to refer back the advice to the Council of Ministers for reconsideration but made it binding for the President to act on the reconsidered advice. The power of the Courts to decide disputes regarding election of the Prime Minister and Speaker was restored. Constitutional protection on publication of proceedings of Parliament and State Legislatures was provided.

52nd Constitutional Amendment Act, 1985: This amendment was brought about during Rajiv Gandhi regime with a view to put an end to political defections. It added Tenth Schedule to the Constitution containing the modes for disqualification in case of defection from the Parliament or State Legislature.

55th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1986 (w.e.f. 20.02.1987): The formation of Arunachal Pradesh took place with special powers given to the Governor. It also provided for a 30-member State Assembly.

56th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1987: Goa was made a full-fledged State with a State Assembly but Daman and Diu stayedas UT

57th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1987: It provided for reservation of seats for Scheduled Tribes of Nagaland, Meghalaya, Mizoram and Arunachal Pradesh in Lok Sabha. Seats were also reserved for the Scheduled Tribes of Nagaland and Meghalaya in the State Assemblies of Nagaland and Meghalaya.

58th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1987: An authoritative text of the Constitution in Hindi was provided to the people of India by the President.

59th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1988: It amended Art. 356 to provide that the declaration of Emergency may remain in operation upto 3 years and also authorised the Government to proclaim emergency in Punjab on ground of 'internal disturbance'. The amendment made in Art. 352 thus provided that the emergency with respect to Punjab shall operate only in that State.

61st Constitutional Amendment Act, 1988 (w.e.f. 28.03.1989): It brought about an amendment to Article 326 for the reduction of voting age from 21 to 18 years.

62nd Constitutional Amendment Act, 1989: It increased the period of reservation of seats provided to the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes for another 10 years i.e. upto 2000 A.D. The reservation for Anglo-Indians through a nomination in case of their inadequate representation was also extended upto 2000 A.D.

65th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1990 (w.e.f. 12.03.1992): A National Commission for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes with wide powers was provided to take care of the cause of SCs/STs.

66th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1990: This amendment provided for the inclusion of 55 new land reform Acts passed by the States into the Ninth Schedule.

69th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1991 (w.e.f. 01.02.1992): Arts. 239-AA and 239-AB were inserted in the Constitution to provide a National Capital Territory designation to Union Territory of Delhi with a legislative Assembly and Council of Ministers.

70th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1992 : Altered Art. 54 and 368 to include members of legislative assemblies of Union Territories of Delhi and Pondicherry in the electoral college for the election of the President.

71st Constitutional Amendment Act, 1992 : It included Manipuri, Konkani and Nepalese languages in the 8th Schedule.

73rd Constitutional Amendment Act, 1992 (w.e.f. 24.04.1993): The institution of Panchayati Raj received Constitutional guarantee, status and legitimacy . Xlth Schedule was added to deal with it. It also inserted part IX, containing Arts, 243, 243A to 2430.

74th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1992 (w.e.f. 01.06.1993): Provided for constitutional sanctity to Municipalities by inserting Part IX-A, containing Arts. 243P to 243ZG and the Xllth Schedule which deals with the items concerning Municipalities.

77th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1995: By this amendment a new clause 4 A was added to Art. 16 which authorized the State to make provisions for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes with regard to promotions in Government jobs.

78th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1995: This amended the Ninth Schedule of the Constitution to insert 27 Land Reform Acts of various States. After this the total number of Acts included in the Ninth Schedule went upto 284.

79th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1999: Amended Art. 334 to extend the reservation of seats for SCs / STs and Anglo-Indians in the Lok Sabha and in the State Legislative Assemblies upto 60 years from the commencement of the Constitution (i.e., till 2010).

80th Constitutional Amendment Act, 2000: Amended Art. 269 and substituted a new Article for Art. 270 and abolished Art. 272 of the Constitution. This was based on the recommendation of the Tenth Finance Commission. This amendment was deemed to have come into operation from 1st April 1996. The Amendment widened the scope of the Central taxes and duties on the consignment of goods levied by the Government of India and distributed among States.

81st Constitutional Amendment Act, 2000: Amended Art. 16(1) of the Constitution and added a new clause (4-B) after clause (4-A) to Art. 16(1) of the Constitution. The new clause (4-B) ends the 50% ceiling on reservation for Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes and other Backward Classes in backlog vacancies.

82nd Constitutional Amendment Act, 2000: This amendment restored the relaxation in qualifying marks and standards of evaluation in both job reservation and promotions to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes which was set aside by a Supreme Court's judgement in 1996.

84th Constitutional Amendment Act, 2001 (w.e.f. 21.02.2002): This amendment provided that till the publication of the relevent figures of the first census after 2026 the ascertainment of the population of a State for following purposes shall be made on the basis of the census shown against each of them :

1. Election of the President under Art. 55 —1971 census.

2. Allotment of seats to each State in Lok Sabha —1971 census.

3. Division of State into territorial Lok Sabha constituencies — 1991 census.

4. Composition of Legislative Assemblies under Art. 170 —1991 census.

5. Reservation of seats for SC / ST in the Lok Sabha under Art. 330 —1991 census

85th Constitutional Amendment Act, 2001: It amended clause (4-A) of Art. 16 and substituted the words "in matters of promotion, with consequential seniority, to any class" for the words "in matter of promotion to any class".
The amendment provided for 'consequential seniority' to the SCs /STs for promotion in government service.

86th Constitutional Amendment Act, 2002: Added a new Art. 21A after. Art. 21 which makes the right of education for children of the age of 6 to 14 years a Fundamental Right. Substitutes Article 45 to direct the State to endeavour to provide early childhood care and education for all children until they complete the age of six years. Added a new Fundamental Duty to Part IV (Art. 51 A) of the Constitution.

87th Constitutional Amendment Act, 2003 (w.e.f. 19.02.2004): Provided that the allocation of seats in the Lok Sabha and division of each State into territorial Constituencies will be done on the basis of population as ascertained by the '2001 census' and not by '1991' census.

88th Constitutional Amendment Act, 2003 (w.e.f. 15.01.2004): This amendment inserted a new Article 268A after Article 268 which empowered the Union of India to levy 'service tax'.
This tax shall be collected and appropriated by the Union and States in the manner as formulated by Parliament.

89th Constitutional Amendment Act, 2003: Provided for the establishment of a separate National Commission for Scheduled Tribes by bifurcating the existing National Commission for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes. The commission shall consist of a Chairman, Vice-Chairman and three other members. They shall be appointed by the President of India.

90th Constitutional Amendment Act, 2003: This amendment was necessitated due to creation of Bodoland Territorial Areas District within the State of Assam by agreement reached between the Centre and Bodo representatives for solving Bodoland problem. It stated that the representation of Scheduled Tribes and non-Scheduled Tribes in the Constitution of the Bodoland Territorial Areas District shall be maintained. It meant that the representation of the above categories shall remain the same as existed prior to the creation of Bodoland Territorial Areas District.

91st Constitutional Amendment Act, 2003 (w.e.f. 01.01.2004): This amendment limits the size of Ministries at the Centre and in States. According to new Clause (1-A) the total number of Ministers, including the Prime Minister in the Union Council of Ministers or Chief Minister in the State Lagislative Assemblies shall not exceed 15 per cent of the total members of the Lok Sabha in the Centre or Vidhan Sabha in the states. The new Clause (1-B) of Article 75 provides that a member of either House of Parliament belonging to any political party who is disqualified for being member of that house on the ground of defection shall also be disqualified to be appointed as a minister under Clause (1) of Art. 75 and 164 until he is again elected. However, the number of Ministers, including the Chief Minister in a State shall not be less than 12 (in smaller States like Sikkim, Mizoram and Goa).

92nd Constitutional Amendment Act, 2003 (w.e.f. 07.01.2004): It amended the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution and has inserted 4 new languages in it, namely - Bodo, Dogri, Maithili and Santhali. After this amendment the total number of constitutionally recognised official languages has become 22.

93rd Constitutional Amendment Act, 2005 (w.e.f. 20.01.2006): Provided reservation in admissions in private unaided educational institutions for students belonging to scheduled castes / tribes and other backward classes.

1. There are provisions in the Constitution to ensure the independence of judiciary.

2. The Constitution of India has adopted a balance between the American system* of Judicial Supremacy and the British principle of Parliamentary Supremacy.

3. The most remarkable feature of the Indian Constitution is that being a federal Constitution it acquires a unitary character during the time of emergency.

4. Under the Indian Constitution every adult above 18 years of age has been given the right to elect representatives for the legislature without prescribing any qualification based either on sex, property, education or the like.

5. A distinctive feature of the Indian Constitution is that it provides for the establishment of a Secular State. Regardless of their religious beliefs, all Indian citizens enjoy equal rights.

6. The State cannot discriminate against anyone on the ground of religion or caste, nor can it compel anybody to pay taxes for the support of any particular religion.

7. The Indian Constitution has a special reservation of seats for the Scheduled Castes and Tribes in public appointments and in educational institutions and in the Union and State Legislatures.

8. An outstanding feature of the Constitution is Panchayati Raj. The idea for organizing village Panchayats was provided in the Constitution under Article 40 of Part IV which received Constitutional legitimacy through the 73rd Amendment to the Indian Constitution.

94th Constitutional Amendment Act, 2006: Excluded Bihar from the provision to Clause (1) of Art. 164 of the constitution which provides that there shall be a minister in charge of tribal welfare who may in addition be in charge of the welfare of the Scheduled Castes and backward classes in Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and Orissa (now Odisha). It extends the provisions of clause (l) of Art. 164 to the newly formed States of Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand.

95th Constitutional Amendment Act, 2009: Extended the reservation of seats for SCs and STs in the Lok Sabha and State assemblies by another 10 years (beyond January 25, 2010). The time period of 60 years under Art. 334 of the consititution was to lapse on January 25, 2010. Through this amendment in Art. 334 the words 'sixty years' has been substituted by 'seventy years'.

Important Articles of The Constitution of India

Articles----> Subject

Part I Art. 1-4----> The Union and its territory.

Part II Art. 5-11----> Citizenship

Part III----> Fundamental Rights

Art. 12----> Definition

Art. 13----> Laws inconsistent with or in derogation of the fundamental rights

Art. 12----> Definition

Art. 13----> Laws inconsistent with or in derogation of the fundamental rights


Right to Equality

Art. 14----> Equality before the law

Art. 15----> Prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth

Art. 16----> Equality of opportunity in matters of public employment

Art. 17----> Abolition of untouchability

Art. 18----> Abolition of titles


Right to Freedom

Art. 19----> Protection of certain rights regarding freedom of speech, etc.

Art. 20----> Protection in respect of conviction for offenses

Art. 21----> Protection of life and personal liberty

21A.---->    Right to education

Art. 22----> Protection against arrest and detention in certain cases


Right against Exploitation

Art. 23----> Prohibition of traffic in human beings and forced labour

Art. 24----> Prohibition of employment of children in factories, etc.


Right to Freedom of Religion

Art. 25----> Freedom of conscience and free profession, practice and propagation of religion

Art. 26----> Freedom to manage religious affairs

Art. 27----> Freedom as to payment of taxes for promotion of any particular religion

Art. 28----> Freedom as to attendance at religious instruction or religious worship in certain educational institutions


Cultural and Educational Rights

Art. 29----> Protection of interests of minorities

Art. 30----> Right of minorities to establish and administer educational institutions


Saving of certain Laws

Art. 31A----> Saving of laws providing for acquisition of estates, etc.

Art. 31B----> Validation of certain Acts and Regulations

Art. 31C----> Saving of laws giving effect to certain directive principles


Right to Constitutional Remedies

Art. 32----> Remedies for enforcement of rights conferred by this Part

Art. 33----> Power of Parliament to modify the rights conferred by this Part in their application to Forces, etc.

Art. 34----> Restriction on rights conferred by this Part while martial law is in force in any area

Art. 35----> Legislation to give effect to the provisions of this Part


Part IV Directive Principles of State Policy

Art. 36----> Definition

Art. 37----> Application of the principles contained in this Part

Art. 38----> State to secure a social order for the promotion of welfare of the people

Art. 39----> Certain principles of policy to be followed by the State

Art. 39A----> Equal justice and free legal aid

Art. 40----> Organisation of village panchayats

Art. 41----> Right to work, to education and to public assistance in certain cases

Art. 42----> Provision for just and humane conditions of work and maternity relief

Art. 43----> Living wage, etc. for workers

Art. 43A----> Participation of workers in management of industries Art.

43B---->  The State shall endeavour to promote voluntary formation, autonomous functioning, democratic control and professional management of co-operative societies.

Art. 44----> Uniform civil code for the citizens

Art. 45----> Provision for early childhood care and education to children below the age of six years

Art. 46----> Promotion of educational and economic interest of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and other weaker sections

Art. 47----> Duty of the State to raise the level of nutrition and the standard of living and to improve public health

Art. 48----> Organisation of agriculture and animal husbandry

Art. 48A----> Protection and improvement of environment and safeguarding of forests and wild life

Art. 49----> Protection of monuments and places and objects of national importance

Art. 50----> Separation of judiciary from executive

Art. 51----> Promotion of international peace and security


Part lVA    Art. 51A Fundamental Duties
Part V The Union

Chapter-I: The Executive

Art. 52----> The President of India

Art. 53----> Executive power of the Union

Art. 54----> Election of President

Art. 61----> Procedure for impeachment of the President

Art. 63----> The Vice-President of India

Art. 64----> The Vice-President to be ex-officio Chairman of the Council of States

Art. 65----> The Vice-President to act as President or to discharge his functions during casual vacancies in the office, or during the absence of President

Art. 66----> Election of Vice-President

Art. 72----> Power of President to grant pardons, etc. and to suspend, remit or commute sentences in certain cases

Art. 74----> Council of Ministers to aid and advise President

Art. 76----> Attorney-General for India


Chapter-II: Parliament

Art. 79----> Constitution of Parliament

Art. 80----> Composition of the Council of States (Rajya Sabha)

Art. 81----> Composition of the House of the People (Lok Sabha)

Art. 83----> Duration of Houses of Parliament

Art. 84----> Qualification for membership of Parliament

Art. 85----> Sessions of Parliament, prorogation and dissolution

Art. 86----> Right of President to address and send messages to Houses

Art. 87----> Special address by the President

Art. 88----> Rights of Ministers and Attorney General as respects Houses

Art. 89----> The Chairman and Deputy Chairman of the Council of States

Art. 90----> Vacation and resignation of, and removal from, the office of Deputy Chairman

Art. 93----> The Speaker and Deputy Speaker of the House of the People

Art. 94----> Vacation and resignation of, and removal from, the offices of Speaker and Deputy Speaker

Art. 95----> Power of the Deputy Speaker or other person to perform the duties of the office of, or to act as, Speaker

Art. 98----> Secretariat of Parliament

Art. 99----> Oath or affirmation by members

Art. 100----> Voting in Houses, power of Houses to act notwithstanding vacancies and quorum

Art. 105----> Powers, privileges, etc. of the Houses of Parliament and of the members and committees thereof

Art. 106----> Salaries and allowances of members

Art. 107----> Provisions as to introduction and passing of Bills

Art. 108----> Joint sitting of both Houses in certain cases

Art. 109----> Special procedure in respect of Money Bills

Art. 110----> Definition of "Money Bills"

Art. 111----> Assent to Bills

Art. 112----> Annual financial statement (Budget)

Art. 113----> Procedure in Parliament with respect to estimates

Art. 114----> Appropriation Bills

Art. 115----> Supplementary, additional or excess grants

Art. 116----> Votes on account, votes of credit and exceptional grants

Art. 117----> Special provisions as to financial Bills

Art. 118----> Rules of procedure

Art. 119----> Regulation by law of procedure in Parliament in relation to financial business

Art. 120----> Language to be used in Parliament

Art. 121----> Restriction on discussion in Parliament

Art. 122----> Courts not to inquire into proceedings of Parliament


Chapter - III Legislative Powers of the President

Art. 123----> Power of President to promulgate Ordinances during recess of Parliament

Chapter-IV: The Union Judiciary

Art. 124----> Establishment and Constitution of Supreme Court

Art. 125----> Salaries, etc. of Judges

Art. 126----> Appointment of acting Chief Justice

Art. 127----> Appointment of ad hoc Judges

Art. 128----> Attendence of retired Judge at sittings of the Supreme Court

Art. 129----> Supreme Court to be a Court of record

Art. 130----> Seat of Supreme Court

Art. 131----> Original jurisdiction of Supreme Court

Art. 132----> Appellate jurisdiction of Supreme Court in appeals from High Court in certain cases

Art. 133----> Appellate jurisdiction of Supreme Court in appeals from High Court in regard to civil matters

Art. 134----> Appellate jurisdicition of Supreme Court in regard to criminal matters

Art. 134A----> Certificate for appeal to the Supreme Court

Art. 135----> Jurisdiction and powers of the Federal Court under existing law to be exercisable by the Supreme Court

Art. 136----> Special leave to appeal by the Supreme Court

Art. 137----> Review of judgments or orders by the Supreme Court

Art. 138----> Enlargement of the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court

Art. 141----> Law declared by Supreme Court to be binding on all Courts

Art. 143----> Power of President to consult Supreme Court

Art. 144----> Civil and judicial authorities to act in aid of the Supreme Court


Chapter-V: Comptroller and Auditor-General of India

Art. 148----> Comptroller and Auditor-General of India

Art. 149----> Duties and powers of the Comptroller and Auditor-General


Part VI The States

Art. 152-237----> The Government at the State level : The Executive, The State Legislature, The High Courts and Subordinate Courts

  • Part VIII---->  Art. 239-241 The Union Territories
  • Part IX ---->  Art. 243 to 243-0 The Panchayats
  • Part IXA---->   Art. 243-P to 243-ZG The Municipalities
  • Part IXB---->  Art. 243-ZH to 243-ZT The Co-operative Societies
  • Part X ---->   Art. 244-244A The Scheduled and Tribal Areas
  • Part XI ---->   Art. 245-263 Relations between The Union and the States
  • Part XII ---->  Art. 264-300 Finance, property, contracts and suits; Distribution of revenue between Union and States; Finance Commission; Borrowing, Property, Contracts, Rights, Liabilities, Obligations and Suits
  • Art. 300A----> Right to Property
  • Part XIII---->  Art. 301-307 Trade, commerce and intercourse within India
  • Part XIV ---->  Services Under The Union and The States

Art. 309----> Recruitment and conditions of service of persons serving the Union or a State

Art. 310----> Tenure of office of persons serving the Union or a State

Art. 311----> Dismissal, removal or reduction in rank of persons employed in civil capacities under the Union or a State

Art. 312----> All-India Services

Art. 315----> Public Service Commissions for the Union and for the States

Art. 316----> Appointment and term of office of members

Art. 317----> Removal and suspension of a member of a Public Service Commission

Art. 318----> Power to make regulations as to conditions of service of members and staff of the Commission

Art. 320----> Functions of Public Service Commission.

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