The schedule of Indian constitution

Originally: It had 8( eight) schedules
As of now(2019): There are 12 Schedules in the Indian Constitution.

The tricks to remember schedules of the Indian constitution

Trick 1:   SAO RSS DL JAPaM ले जाओ

Trick 2: LiSU takes the Allowance and Oath to allocate the Rajya sabha seat for the administration of the scheduled tribal area and tribal area of AMMT.  She uses Divisive and language tools to escape from judicial review and anti-defection than she went Gram than Municipal.

Trick 2 : LiSU ने वेतन और शपथ   लिए  राज्यसभा सीट आवंटित ,आदिवासी क्षेत्र के प्रशासन  और अनुसूचित जनजाति क्षेत्र  AMMT के लिए  वह विभाजनकारी और भाषा उपकरणों का उपयोग करके न्यायिक समीक्षा  और दलबदल  से बच गयी  और Gram से Municipal भाग गयी

The following are the list of 12 Schedules:

Schedule 1: Names of State and Union Territories.
Schedule 2: Provision of Emolumery, Allowance, Privilege of

  • President
  • Governor
  • Speaker and Deputy Speaker of Loksabha and state assembly.
  • Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson of RajyaSabha and state council
  • Judges of Supreme Court and high court
  • CAG

Schedule 3: Oath & Affirmation of

  • MP and MLA
  • Union and State ministries.
  • Judges
  • CAG

Schedule 4: Allocation of seats of RajyaSabha to States & UTs

Schedule 5: Provision to Administration & control of Scheduled areas & Scheduled Tribal areas.

Schedule 6. Administration of Tribal Area (4) of Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura, and Mizoram
Schedule 7. Division of Power between Union list, State List, and Concurrent List.
Schedule 8. Language: 
  • Originally: 14
  • As of now(2021) : 22
  • There are eight classical languages in India, Tamil(2004), Sanskrit(2005), Kannada(2008), Telugu( 2008), Malayalam(2013), and Odia(2014).

Schedule 9:  Act included to escape from judicial reviews
Schedule 10: Anti defection law
Schedule 11: Panchayat Provision
Schedule 12. Municipalities

The following questions were asked in UPSC and state PCS:

1. Under which one of the following Constitution Amendment Act, four languages were added to the languages under the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution of India, thereby raising their number to 22? (UPSC 2008)
(a) Constitution (Ninetieth Amendment) Act
(b) Constitution (Ninety-first Amendment) Act
(c) Constitution (Ninety-second Amendment) Act
(d) Constitution (Ninety-third Amendment) Ac

Answer. C

2. Which one of the following Schedules of the Constitution of India contains provisions regarding the Anti-defection Act? (UPSC 2014)
(a)Second Schedule
(b)Fifth Schedule
(c)Eighth Schedule
(d)Tenth Schedule

 Answer. D

3. Which one of the following statements correctly describes the Fourth Schedule of the Constitution of India? (UPSC 2004)
(a)It lists the distribution of powers between the union and the states
(b)It contains the languages listed in the Constitution
(c)It contains the provisions relating to the administration of tribal areas
(d)It allocates seats in the Council of States


4. Which one of the following schedules of the Indian Constitution lists the names of states and specifies their territories? (UPSC 2003)

Answer. A

5. If a new state of the Indian Union is to be created in which one of the following schedules of the Constitution must be amended? (UPSC 2001)

Answer. a

6. Which of the following are enshrined in the third schedule of the Indian Constitution? (UP PCS 2017)
1. Form of oath of office for a Minister for the Union.
2. Form of oath to be made by the Chief Justice of Supreme Court.
3. Form of oath of office for the President of India.
4. Form of oath to be made by a Member of Parliament.
Select the correct answer using the code given below :
Codes :
(a) 1, 2, 3
(b) 2, 3, 4
(c) 1,2,4
(d) 1,2,3,4

Answer: c

7. Consider the following statements : (UPSC 2018)
1. The Parliament of India can place a particular law in the Ninth Schedule of the Constitution of India.
2. The validity of a law placed in the Ninth Schedule cannot be examined by any court and no judgment can be made on it.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
(a) 1 only
(b) 2 only
(c) Both 1 and 2
(d) Neither 1 nor 2

Answer. a
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