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September 21, 2022

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As you gear up to take the Judiciary exams, you must be aware of all the articles of the Indian Constitution. On average, you can expect 10-15 questions from the Indian Constitution in the Preliminary Examination of the Judiciary Exam.

While there are 448 articles in total, not all will be covered in the examination. However, the ten articles below are the most important and will likely be covered in detail.

So, read on and familiarize yourself with these critical articles of our Constitution!

Important Constitutional Articles for Judiciary Exams

The Indian Constitution is a lengthy document, with 448 articles in total. However, a few articles are significant and cover some of the most critical aspects of the Constitution.

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These articles are essential for anyone preparing for Judiciary exams, as they provide a basic overview of the Constitution and its key components.

Part 1 - Article 1 to Article 4

  • Article 1 – Name and territory of the union.
  • Article 2 – Admission and establishment of the new state.
  • Article 3 – Formation of new states and alteration of existing states' areas, boundaries, and names.

Part 2 - Article 5 to Article 11

  • Article 5 – Citizenship at the commencement of the constitution.
  • Article 6 – Rights of citizenship of a certain person who has migrated to India from Pakistan.
  • Article 10 – Continuance of rights of citizenship.
  • Article 11 – Parliament to regulate the right of citizenship by law.

Part 3 - Article 12 to Article 35

  • Article 12 – Definition of the state.
  • Article 13 – Laws inconsistent with or in derogation of the fundamental rights.

Important Fundamental Rights 

There were originally seven basic fundamental rights in the Indian Constitution; now, only six remain. By the 44th amendment act of 1978, the Right to Property U/A 31 was removed from the list of fundamental rights. Part XII of the constitution contains a legal right referred to as U/A 300–A.

Right to Equality - Article 14 to Article 18

  • Article 14 – Equality before the law.
  • Article 15 – Prohibition of discrimination on the grounds of religion, race, caste, sex, or place of birth.
  • Article 16 – Equality of opportunity in matters of public employment.
  • Article 17 – Abolition of the untouchability.
  • Article 18 – Abolition of titles.

Right to Freedom- Article 19 to Article 22

  • Article 19 – Guarantees to all the citizens the six rights, and they are
    1. Article 19A – Freedom of speech and expression.
    2. Article 19B – Freedom to assemble peaceably and without arms.
    3. Article 19C – Freedom to form associations or unions.
    4. Article 19D – Freedom to move freely throughout the territory of India.
    5. Article 19E – Freedom to reside and settle in any part of the territory of India.
    6. Article 19G – Freedom to practice any profession or to carry on any occupation, trade, or business.
  • Article 20 – Protection in respect of conviction for offenses.
  • Article 21 – Protection of life and personal liberty.
  • Article 22 – Protection against arrest and detention in certain cases.

Right Against Exploitation - Article 23 and Article 24

  • Article 23 – Prohibition of traffic in human beings and forced labor.
  • Article 24 – Prohibition of employment of children (Under the age of 14) in factories and mines.

Right to Freedom of Religion - Article 25 to Article 28

  • Article 25 – Freedom of conscience and free profession, practice, and propagation of religion.
  • Article 26 – Freedom to manage religious affairs.
  • Article 27 – Freedom to pay taxes for the promotion of any particular religion.
  • Article 28 – Freedom from attending religious instruction.

Cultural and Educational Rights - Article 29 and Article 30

  • Article 29 – Protection of interest of minorities.
  • Article 30 – Right of minorities to establish and administer educational institutions.

Right to Constitutional Remedies - Article 32

  • Article 32 – Remedies for enforcement of Fundamental Rights.

Part 4 - Directive Principles of State Policy (Article 36 to Article 51)

  • Article 36 – Definition
  • Article 37– Application of DPSP
  • Article 39A – Equal justice and free legal aid
  • Article 40 – Organization of a village panchayat
  • Article 41 – Right to work, education, and public assistance in certain cases
  • Article 43 – Living Wages, etc. for workers.
  • Article 43A – Participation of workers in the management of industries.
  • Article 44 – Uniform civil code
  • Article 45 – Provision for free and compulsory education for children.
  • Article 46 – Promotion of educational and economic interest of scheduled castes (SC), scheduled tribes (ST), and OBC.
  • Article 47– Duty of the state to raise the level of nutrition and the standard of living and to improve public health.
  • Article 48 – Organization of agriculture and animal husbandry.
  • Article 49 – Protection of monuments, places, and objects of natural importance.
  • Article 50 – Separation of judiciary from the executive.
  • Article 51 – Promotion of international peace and security.

Part 4A - Fundamental Duties: Article 51A

The eleven fundamental duties are listed below. 42nd amendment act 1976 added 10 fundamental duties. One more was added to the list by the 86th amendment act of 2002.

  • Abide by the Constitution and respect the national flag & National Anthem
  • Follow ideals of the freedom struggle
  • Protect sovereignty & integrity of India
  • Defend the country and render national services when called upon
  • Spirit of common brotherhood
  • Preserve composite culture
  • Preserve natural environment
  • Develop scientific temper
  • Safeguard public property
  • Strive for excellence
  • Duty for all parents/guardians to send their children in the age group of 6-14 years to school.

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Part 5 - Union: Article 52 to Article 151

  • Article 52 – The President of India
  • Article 53 – Executive Power of the union
  • Article 54 – Election of President
  • Article 61 – Procedure for Impeachment of the President
  • Article 63 – The Vice–president of India
  • Article 64 – The Vice–President to be ex–officio chairman of the council of States
  • Article 66 – Election of Vice–president
  • Article 72 – Pardoning powers of President
  • Article 74 – Council of ministers to aid and advise President
  • Article 76 – Attorney–General for India
  • Article 79 – Constitution of Parliament
  • Article 80 – Composition of Rajya Sabha
  • Article 81 – Composition of Lok Sabha
  • Article 83 – Duration of Houses of Parliament
  • Article 93 – The speakers and Deputy speakers of the house of the people
  • Article 105 – Powers, Privileges, etc. of the House of Parliament
  • Article 109 – Special procedure in respect of money bills
  • Article 110 – Definition of “Money Bills”
  • Article 112 – Annual Financial Budget
  • Article 114 –Appropriation Bills
  • Article 123 – Powers of the President to promulgate Ordinances during recess of parliament
  • Article 124 – Establishment of Supreme Court
  • Article 125 – Salaries of Judges
  • Article 126 – Appointment of acting Chief justice
  • Article 127 – Appointment of ad–hoc judges
  • Article 128 –Attendance of retired judge at sitting of the Supreme Court
  • Article 129 – Supreme Court to be a court of Record
  • Article 130 – Seat of the Supreme Court
  • Article 136 – Special leaves for an appeal to the Supreme Court
  • Article 137 – Review of judgment or orders by the Supreme Court
  • Article 141 – Decision of the Supreme Court of India binding on all the courts
  • Article 148 – Comptroller and Auditor– General of India
  • Article 149 – Duties and Powers of CAG

Part 6 - States: Article 152 to Article 237

  • Article 153 – Governors of State
  • Article 154 – Executive Powers of Governor
  • Article 161 – Pardoning powers of the Governor
  • Article 165 – Advocate–General of the State
  • Article 213 – Power of Governor to promulgate ordinances
  • Article 214 – High Courts for states
  • Article 215 – High Courts to be a court of record
  • Article 226 – Power of High Courts to issue certain writs
  • Article 233 – Appointment of District judges
  • Article 235 – Control over Subordinate Courts

Part 9 - Panchayats: Article 243 to Article 243O

  • Article 243A – Gram Sabha
  • Article 243B – Constitution of Panchayats 

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Part 12 - Finance, Properties, Contracts, and Suits: Article 264 to Article 300A

  • Article 266 – Consolidated Fund and Public Accounts Fund
  • Article 267 – Contingency Fund of India
  • Article 280 – Finance Commission
  • Article 300 A – Right to property

Part 13 - Trade, Commerce, and Intercourse within the Territories of India: Article 301 to Article 307

  • Article 301 – Freedom to trade, commerce, and intercourse
  • Article 302 – Power of Parliament to impose restrictions on trade, commerce, and intercourse.

Part 14 - Services under State and State: Article 308 to Article 320

  • Article 312 – All– India–Service
  • Article 315 – Public service commissions for the union and for the states 
  • Article 320 – Functions of Public Service Commission

Part 14A - Tribunals: Article 323 to Article 323B

  • Article 323A – Administrative Tribunals

Part 15 - Elections: Article 324 to Article 329

  • Article 324 – Superintendence, direction, and control of Elections to be vested in an Election Commission
  • Article 325 – No person to be ineligible for inclusion in or to claim to be included in a special electoral roll on the grounds of religion, race, caste, or sex
  • Article 326 – Elections to the house of the people and to the legislative assemblies of states to be on the basis of adult suffrage

Part 16 - Special Provisions to SC, ST, OBC, Minorities: Article 330 to Article 342

  • Article 338 – National Commission for the SC & ST
  • Article 340 – Appointment of a commission to investigate the conditions of backward classes

Part 17 - Official Language: Article 343 to Article 351

  • Article 343 – Official languages of the Union
  • Article 345 – Official languages or languages of a state
  • Article 348 – Languages to be used in the Supreme Court and in the High Courts
  • Article 351 – Directive for development of the Hindi languages

Part 18 - Emergency: Article 352 to Article 360

  • Article 352 – Proclamation of emergency (National Emergency)
  • Article 356 – State Emergency (President’s Rule)
  • Article 360 – Financial Emergency

Part 20 - Amendment of Constitution: Article 368

  • Article 368 Powers of Parliaments to amend the constitution.

Important Parts of the Indian Constitution for Judiciary Exams

Refer to the table below to know the important parts of the Indian Constitution to ace the upcoming Judiciary Exams.

Parts of the Indian Constitution

Subjects

Articles in Indian Constitution

Part I

Union & Its Territory

Article 1-4

Part II

Citizenship

Article 5-11

Part III

Fundamental Rights

Article 12-35

Part IV

Directive Principles

Article 36-51

Part IV A

Fundamental Duties

Article 51A

Part V

The Union

Article 52-151

Part VI

The States

Article 152-237

Part VII

Note: 7th Amendment Act, 1956 repealed Part 7

Part VIII

The Union Territories

Article 239-242

Part IX

The Panchayats

Article 243-243O

Part IX A

The Municipalities

Article 243P-243ZG

Part IX B

Co-operative Societies

Article 243ZH-243ZT

Part X

Scheduled and Tribal Areas

Article 244-244A

Part XI

Relation between Union & States

Article 245-263

Part XII

Finance, Property, Contracts, and Suits

Article 264-300A

Part XIII

Trade, Commerce, and Intercourse within the territory of India

Article 301-307

Part XIV

Services under the Union and States

Article 308-323

Part XIV A

Tribunals

Article 323A-323B

Part XV

Elections

Article 324-329A

Part XVI

Special Provisions relating to certain classes

Article 330-342

Part XVII

Official Languages

Article 343-351

Part XVIII

Emergency Provisions

Article 352-360

Part XIX

Miscellaneous

Article 361-367

Part XX

Amendment of the Constitution

Article 368

Part XXI

Temporary, Transitional and Special Provisions

Article 369-392

Part XXII

Short title, Commencement, Authoritative Text in

Hindi and Repeals

Article 3

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Schedules of Indian Constitution for Judiciary Exams

You can learn about the important schedules of the Indian Constitution in the table below to succeed in the Judiciary Exams.

Schedules of the Indian Constitution

Indian Constitution Articles

First Schedule

Article 1 and Article 4

Second Schedule

  • Article 59
  • Article 65
  • Article 75
  • Article 97
  • Article 125
  • Article 148
  • Article 158
  • Article 164
  • Article 186
  • Article 221

Third Schedule

  • Article 75
  • Article 84
  • Article 99
  • Article 124
  • Article 146
  • Article 173
  • Article 188
  • Article 219

Fourth Schedule

Article 4 and Article 80

Fifth Schedule

Article 244

Sixth Schedule

Article 244 and Article 275

Seventh Schedule

Article 246

Eighth Schedule

Article 344 and Article 351

Ninth Schedule

Article 31-B

Tenth Schedule

Article 102 and Article 191

Eleventh Schedule

Article 243-G

Twelfth Schedule

Article 243-W

Frequently Asked Questions

Article 17 of the Indian Constitution clearly lays down the provision of 'Abolition of the untouchability.'

Article 29 of the Indian Constitution protects the interests of minorities. It clearly mentions that no discrimination be done on the grounds of religion, race, caste, language, race, or any of them.

Article 87 of the Indian Constitution deals with a Special Address by the president. At the commencement of the first session after each general election to the House of the People and at the commencement of the first session of each year, the President shall address both Houses of Parliament assembled together and inform Parliament of the causes of its summons.
Article 111 of the Indian Constitution specifies the "Assent to Bills".
For the first time, the Government of India Act of 1919 introduced bicameralism and direct elections in the country.
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Important Articles of Indian Constitution for Judiciary Exams 2022

Author : Tanya Kaushal

Updated On : September 21, 2022

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As you gear up to take the Judiciary exams, you must be aware of all the articles of the Indian Constitution. On average, you can expect 10-15 questions from the Indian Constitution in the Preliminary Examination of the Judiciary Exam.

While there are 448 articles in total, not all will be covered in the examination. However, the ten articles below are the most important and will likely be covered in detail.

So, read on and familiarize yourself with these critical articles of our Constitution!

Important Constitutional Articles for Judiciary Exams

The Indian Constitution is a lengthy document, with 448 articles in total. However, a few articles are significant and cover some of the most critical aspects of the Constitution.

Download FREE Study Material for Judiciary Exams by Judiciary Gold

These articles are essential for anyone preparing for Judiciary exams, as they provide a basic overview of the Constitution and its key components.

Part 1 - Article 1 to Article 4

  • Article 1 – Name and territory of the union.
  • Article 2 – Admission and establishment of the new state.
  • Article 3 – Formation of new states and alteration of existing states' areas, boundaries, and names.

Part 2 - Article 5 to Article 11

  • Article 5 – Citizenship at the commencement of the constitution.
  • Article 6 – Rights of citizenship of a certain person who has migrated to India from Pakistan.
  • Article 10 – Continuance of rights of citizenship.
  • Article 11 – Parliament to regulate the right of citizenship by law.

Part 3 - Article 12 to Article 35

  • Article 12 – Definition of the state.
  • Article 13 – Laws inconsistent with or in derogation of the fundamental rights.

Important Fundamental Rights 

There were originally seven basic fundamental rights in the Indian Constitution; now, only six remain. By the 44th amendment act of 1978, the Right to Property U/A 31 was removed from the list of fundamental rights. Part XII of the constitution contains a legal right referred to as U/A 300–A.

Right to Equality - Article 14 to Article 18

  • Article 14 – Equality before the law.
  • Article 15 – Prohibition of discrimination on the grounds of religion, race, caste, sex, or place of birth.
  • Article 16 – Equality of opportunity in matters of public employment.
  • Article 17 – Abolition of the untouchability.
  • Article 18 – Abolition of titles.

Right to Freedom- Article 19 to Article 22

  • Article 19 – Guarantees to all the citizens the six rights, and they are
    1. Article 19A – Freedom of speech and expression.
    2. Article 19B – Freedom to assemble peaceably and without arms.
    3. Article 19C – Freedom to form associations or unions.
    4. Article 19D – Freedom to move freely throughout the territory of India.
    5. Article 19E – Freedom to reside and settle in any part of the territory of India.
    6. Article 19G – Freedom to practice any profession or to carry on any occupation, trade, or business.
  • Article 20 – Protection in respect of conviction for offenses.
  • Article 21 – Protection of life and personal liberty.
  • Article 22 – Protection against arrest and detention in certain cases.

Right Against Exploitation - Article 23 and Article 24

  • Article 23 – Prohibition of traffic in human beings and forced labor.
  • Article 24 – Prohibition of employment of children (Under the age of 14) in factories and mines.

Right to Freedom of Religion - Article 25 to Article 28

  • Article 25 – Freedom of conscience and free profession, practice, and propagation of religion.
  • Article 26 – Freedom to manage religious affairs.
  • Article 27 – Freedom to pay taxes for the promotion of any particular religion.
  • Article 28 – Freedom from attending religious instruction.

Cultural and Educational Rights - Article 29 and Article 30

  • Article 29 – Protection of interest of minorities.
  • Article 30 – Right of minorities to establish and administer educational institutions.

Right to Constitutional Remedies - Article 32

  • Article 32 – Remedies for enforcement of Fundamental Rights.

Part 4 - Directive Principles of State Policy (Article 36 to Article 51)

  • Article 36 – Definition
  • Article 37– Application of DPSP
  • Article 39A – Equal justice and free legal aid
  • Article 40 – Organization of a village panchayat
  • Article 41 – Right to work, education, and public assistance in certain cases
  • Article 43 – Living Wages, etc. for workers.
  • Article 43A – Participation of workers in the management of industries.
  • Article 44 – Uniform civil code
  • Article 45 – Provision for free and compulsory education for children.
  • Article 46 – Promotion of educational and economic interest of scheduled castes (SC), scheduled tribes (ST), and OBC.
  • Article 47– Duty of the state to raise the level of nutrition and the standard of living and to improve public health.
  • Article 48 – Organization of agriculture and animal husbandry.
  • Article 49 – Protection of monuments, places, and objects of natural importance.
  • Article 50 – Separation of judiciary from the executive.
  • Article 51 – Promotion of international peace and security.

Part 4A - Fundamental Duties: Article 51A

The eleven fundamental duties are listed below. 42nd amendment act 1976 added 10 fundamental duties. One more was added to the list by the 86th amendment act of 2002.

  • Abide by the Constitution and respect the national flag & National Anthem
  • Follow ideals of the freedom struggle
  • Protect sovereignty & integrity of India
  • Defend the country and render national services when called upon
  • Spirit of common brotherhood
  • Preserve composite culture
  • Preserve natural environment
  • Develop scientific temper
  • Safeguard public property
  • Strive for excellence
  • Duty for all parents/guardians to send their children in the age group of 6-14 years to school.

Read Also - Tips to Remember Important Articles

Part 5 - Union: Article 52 to Article 151

  • Article 52 – The President of India
  • Article 53 – Executive Power of the union
  • Article 54 – Election of President
  • Article 61 – Procedure for Impeachment of the President
  • Article 63 – The Vice–president of India
  • Article 64 – The Vice–President to be ex–officio chairman of the council of States
  • Article 66 – Election of Vice–president
  • Article 72 – Pardoning powers of President
  • Article 74 – Council of ministers to aid and advise President
  • Article 76 – Attorney–General for India
  • Article 79 – Constitution of Parliament
  • Article 80 – Composition of Rajya Sabha
  • Article 81 – Composition of Lok Sabha
  • Article 83 – Duration of Houses of Parliament
  • Article 93 – The speakers and Deputy speakers of the house of the people
  • Article 105 – Powers, Privileges, etc. of the House of Parliament
  • Article 109 – Special procedure in respect of money bills
  • Article 110 – Definition of “Money Bills”
  • Article 112 – Annual Financial Budget
  • Article 114 –Appropriation Bills
  • Article 123 – Powers of the President to promulgate Ordinances during recess of parliament
  • Article 124 – Establishment of Supreme Court
  • Article 125 – Salaries of Judges
  • Article 126 – Appointment of acting Chief justice
  • Article 127 – Appointment of ad–hoc judges
  • Article 128 –Attendance of retired judge at sitting of the Supreme Court
  • Article 129 – Supreme Court to be a court of Record
  • Article 130 – Seat of the Supreme Court
  • Article 136 – Special leaves for an appeal to the Supreme Court
  • Article 137 – Review of judgment or orders by the Supreme Court
  • Article 141 – Decision of the Supreme Court of India binding on all the courts
  • Article 148 – Comptroller and Auditor– General of India
  • Article 149 – Duties and Powers of CAG

Part 6 - States: Article 152 to Article 237

  • Article 153 – Governors of State
  • Article 154 – Executive Powers of Governor
  • Article 161 – Pardoning powers of the Governor
  • Article 165 – Advocate–General of the State
  • Article 213 – Power of Governor to promulgate ordinances
  • Article 214 – High Courts for states
  • Article 215 – High Courts to be a court of record
  • Article 226 – Power of High Courts to issue certain writs
  • Article 233 – Appointment of District judges
  • Article 235 – Control over Subordinate Courts

Part 9 - Panchayats: Article 243 to Article 243O

  • Article 243A – Gram Sabha
  • Article 243B – Constitution of Panchayats 

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Part 12 - Finance, Properties, Contracts, and Suits: Article 264 to Article 300A

  • Article 266 – Consolidated Fund and Public Accounts Fund
  • Article 267 – Contingency Fund of India
  • Article 280 – Finance Commission
  • Article 300 A – Right to property

Part 13 - Trade, Commerce, and Intercourse within the Territories of India: Article 301 to Article 307

  • Article 301 – Freedom to trade, commerce, and intercourse
  • Article 302 – Power of Parliament to impose restrictions on trade, commerce, and intercourse.

Part 14 - Services under State and State: Article 308 to Article 320

  • Article 312 – All– India–Service
  • Article 315 – Public service commissions for the union and for the states 
  • Article 320 – Functions of Public Service Commission

Part 14A - Tribunals: Article 323 to Article 323B

  • Article 323A – Administrative Tribunals

Part 15 - Elections: Article 324 to Article 329

  • Article 324 – Superintendence, direction, and control of Elections to be vested in an Election Commission
  • Article 325 – No person to be ineligible for inclusion in or to claim to be included in a special electoral roll on the grounds of religion, race, caste, or sex
  • Article 326 – Elections to the house of the people and to the legislative assemblies of states to be on the basis of adult suffrage

Part 16 - Special Provisions to SC, ST, OBC, Minorities: Article 330 to Article 342

  • Article 338 – National Commission for the SC & ST
  • Article 340 – Appointment of a commission to investigate the conditions of backward classes

Part 17 - Official Language: Article 343 to Article 351

  • Article 343 – Official languages of the Union
  • Article 345 – Official languages or languages of a state
  • Article 348 – Languages to be used in the Supreme Court and in the High Courts
  • Article 351 – Directive for development of the Hindi languages

Part 18 - Emergency: Article 352 to Article 360

  • Article 352 – Proclamation of emergency (National Emergency)
  • Article 356 – State Emergency (President’s Rule)
  • Article 360 – Financial Emergency

Part 20 - Amendment of Constitution: Article 368

  • Article 368 Powers of Parliaments to amend the constitution.

Important Parts of the Indian Constitution for Judiciary Exams

Refer to the table below to know the important parts of the Indian Constitution to ace the upcoming Judiciary Exams.

Parts of the Indian Constitution

Subjects

Articles in Indian Constitution

Part I

Union & Its Territory

Article 1-4

Part II

Citizenship

Article 5-11

Part III

Fundamental Rights

Article 12-35

Part IV

Directive Principles

Article 36-51

Part IV A

Fundamental Duties

Article 51A

Part V

The Union

Article 52-151

Part VI

The States

Article 152-237

Part VII

Note: 7th Amendment Act, 1956 repealed Part 7

Part VIII

The Union Territories

Article 239-242

Part IX

The Panchayats

Article 243-243O

Part IX A

The Municipalities

Article 243P-243ZG

Part IX B

Co-operative Societies

Article 243ZH-243ZT

Part X

Scheduled and Tribal Areas

Article 244-244A

Part XI

Relation between Union & States

Article 245-263

Part XII

Finance, Property, Contracts, and Suits

Article 264-300A

Part XIII

Trade, Commerce, and Intercourse within the territory of India

Article 301-307

Part XIV

Services under the Union and States

Article 308-323

Part XIV A

Tribunals

Article 323A-323B

Part XV

Elections

Article 324-329A

Part XVI

Special Provisions relating to certain classes

Article 330-342

Part XVII

Official Languages

Article 343-351

Part XVIII

Emergency Provisions

Article 352-360

Part XIX

Miscellaneous

Article 361-367

Part XX

Amendment of the Constitution

Article 368

Part XXI

Temporary, Transitional and Special Provisions

Article 369-392

Part XXII

Short title, Commencement, Authoritative Text in

Hindi and Repeals

Article 3

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Schedules of Indian Constitution for Judiciary Exams

You can learn about the important schedules of the Indian Constitution in the table below to succeed in the Judiciary Exams.

Schedules of the Indian Constitution

Indian Constitution Articles

First Schedule

Article 1 and Article 4

Second Schedule

  • Article 59
  • Article 65
  • Article 75
  • Article 97
  • Article 125
  • Article 148
  • Article 158
  • Article 164
  • Article 186
  • Article 221

Third Schedule

  • Article 75
  • Article 84
  • Article 99
  • Article 124
  • Article 146
  • Article 173
  • Article 188
  • Article 219

Fourth Schedule

Article 4 and Article 80

Fifth Schedule

Article 244

Sixth Schedule

Article 244 and Article 275

Seventh Schedule

Article 246

Eighth Schedule

Article 344 and Article 351

Ninth Schedule

Article 31-B

Tenth Schedule

Article 102 and Article 191

Eleventh Schedule

Article 243-G

Twelfth Schedule

Article 243-W

Frequently Asked Questions

Article 17 of the Indian Constitution clearly lays down the provision of 'Abolition of the untouchability.'

Article 29 of the Indian Constitution protects the interests of minorities. It clearly mentions that no discrimination be done on the grounds of religion, race, caste, language, race, or any of them.

Article 87 of the Indian Constitution deals with a Special Address by the president. At the commencement of the first session after each general election to the House of the People and at the commencement of the first session of each year, the President shall address both Houses of Parliament assembled together and inform Parliament of the causes of its summons.
Article 111 of the Indian Constitution specifies the "Assent to Bills".
For the first time, the Government of India Act of 1919 introduced bicameralism and direct elections in the country.

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