Important Articles in Indian constitution


Important Articles in Indian constitution


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In this section we have compiled the list of Important Articles in the Indian Constitution and it is highly useful  for SSC, Rail, NDA, CDS, UPSC, UPPSC and State PSC Examinations.


Important Articles


Important Articles in Indian constitution
 Indian constitution 





Article

Description

Article 1
Name and Territory of the union


Article 2
Establishment of the new state.


Article 3
Formation of new states and alteration of areas, boundaries, and the name of
existing states.


Article 5
Citizenship at the commencement of the
constitution.


Article 11
Parliament to regulate the right of citizenship by law.


Article 12
Definition of the state.


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.


Article 20
Protection in respect of conviction for
offences.


Article 21
Protection of life and personal liberty.


Article 22
Protection against arrest and detention in
certain cases.


Article 23
Prohibition of traffic in human beings and
forced labour.


Article 24
Prohibition of employment of children in
factories and mines. Under age of 14.


Article 25
Freedom of conscience and free
profession, practice and propagation of
religion.


Article 26
Freedom to manage religious affairs.


Article 27
Freedom as to pay taxes for promotion of
any particular religion.


Article 28
Freedom from attending religious
instruction.


Article 29
Protection of interest of minorities.


Article 30
Right of minorities to establish and
administer educational institutions.


Article 32
Remedies for enforcement of
Fundamental Rights.


Article 36
Definition of Directive Principal of States
Policy (DPSP).


Article 37
Application of DPSP.


Article 40
Organisation of village panchayat.


Article 41
Right to work, to education, and to public
assistance in certain cases.


Article 43
Living Wages, etc. for Workers.


Article 43A
Participation of workers in 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, 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
Organisation of agriculture and animal
Husbandry.


Article 49
Protection of monuments and places and
objects of natural importance.


Article 50
Separation of judiciary from the executive.


Article 51
Promotion of international peace and
Security.

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 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 130
Seat of the Supreme court.


Article 136
Special leaves for appeal to the Supreme
Court.


Article 141
Decision of the Supreme Court binding on all the courts.


Article 148
Comptroller and Auditor- General of India.


Article 149
Duties and Powers of the CAG.


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 266
Consolidated Fund and Public Accounts
Fund.


Article 267
Contingency Fund of India.


Article 280
Finance Commission.


Article 300
Right to property.


Article 301
Freedom to trade and commerce.


Article 302
Power of Parliament to impose restrictions on trade and commerce.


Article 312
All- India-Service.


Article 315
Public service commissions for the union
and for the states.


Article 320
Functions of Public Service Commission.


Article 323A
Administrative Tribunals.


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 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.


Article 338
National Commission for the SC, & ST.


Article 340
Appointment of a commission to
investigate the conditions of backward classes.

Article 343
Official languages of the Union.


Article 345
Official languages or languages of states.


Article 348
Languages to be used in the Supreme
Court and in the High Courts.


Article 351
Directive for development of
the Hindi languages.


Article 352
Proclamation of emergency ( National
Emergency).


Article 356
State Emergency (President’s Rule).


Article 360
Financial Emergency.


Article 361
Protection of President and Governors.


Article 368
Powers of Parliaments to amend the
constitution.


Article 393
This Constitution may be called the
Constitution of India.






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