4- Important Constitutional article

Important Constitutional article

1. Article 1 – It declares that India is a “Union of States”.

2. Article 3 – Parliament can create new states by law and can change the areas, boundaries, names of the existing states.

3. Article 5-11 – Provision of citizenship

4. Article 12-35 – Provision of fundamental rights

5. Articles 36-51 – Directive Principles of State Policy

6. Article 51(a) – Fundamental Duties

7. Articles 52-73 – Organization and jurisdiction of the President and Vice President of India

8. Article 74-75 – Arrangement and duties of the Council of Ministers

9. Article 79 – Constitution of Parliament

10. Article 80 – Constitution of Rajya Sabha

11. Article 81 – Constitution of the Lok Sabha

12. Article 123 – Power of the President to issue ordinances

13. Article 124 – Establishment of the Supreme Court

14. Article 153-162 – Appointment and powers of the Governor

15. Article 163-164 – Council of Ministers cum Chief Minister of the State

16. Article 168-195 – State Legislature

17. Article 216 – Constitution of High Court

18. Article 239(a) – Special provision with respect to Delhi

19. Article 243 – Constitution of Panchayati Raj, Municipality and its other provisions

20. Article 248 – Non-exclusive legislative powers

21. Article 266 – Consolidated Funds of India and the States

22. Article 267 – Contingency Funds

23. Article 280 – Constitution of the Finance Commission

24. Article 281 – Recommendations for constitution of Finance Commission

25. Article 312 – All India Services

26. Article 315 – Constitution of Union and State Public Service Commission

27. Article 320 – Functions of the Union Public Service Commission

28. Article 324 – Election Commission of India

29. Article 330 – Reservation for SC/ST in Lok Sabha

30. Article 331 – Representation of the Anglo-Indian community in the Lok Sabha

31. Article 343-351 – Regarding Union language, regional languages, language of Supreme and High Courts.

32. Articles 352-360 – Emergency provisions

33. Article 368 – Power and procedure of Parliament to amend the Constitution

34. Article 370 – Temporary provisions with respect to the State of Jammu and Kashmir

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