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(1-4) Schedules Of Indian Constitution For UPSC CSE/IAS Exam
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This lessons deals with the introduction to Schedules Of Indian Constitution and went on to cover the first 4 schedules. It starts with covering all the amendments which added 4 new schedules to the original 8, making the total number to be 12. It provides amazing mnemonic techniques to remember these 6 schedules. First schedule covers name of all the parts of the Indian territories, Second deals with Emoluments, salaries of dignitaries, third deals with forms of oaths and affirmations and fourth schedule covers allocation of seats in Rajya Sabha.

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Roman Saini
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please keep it up sir
Sir , what could be the fundamental constitutional values of Indian constituition , it was a question asked in our state PCS.
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Very nice. 5 for Quality of teaching and 3 for quality of video out of 10
Memonics to remember almost everything works wonders !! Superb knowledge deliverance in 8 minutes. WOW
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  1. Schedules of the Indian Constitution (1-4) Presented by Dr. Roman Saini

  2. Schedules policy of the Government. They are kept separate because it is more than 100 pages document and hence, not included in original text of constitution Very much part of constitution Originally 8 in number, now 12 IX (No JR 1st CAA 1951), X (Anti-Defection Law 52nd CAA 1985), XI (73rd CAA Panchayati Raj 1992), XII (74th CAA Municipality 1992)

  3. One a ans Sua l ain anv limagneoy it starts melting the territorial boundary and they dissolve Two is shoe: All the eminent people are standing in a row to receive their salaries, and some got their salary but they collected it in a shoe while some threw shoe when cash counters was closed Three is tree: Every oath taker is holding olive branch, drinking olive tea and applying olive oil while taking oath Four is Boar: People are siting on a boar while campaigning for RS election and there are boar fights to increase state's share in Rajya Sabha Five is hive: Tribal people have no food left, so they are eating honey but got stung in their hands Six is sticks: Thieves are looting the ATM machine and the guard only has a thin stick to beat them up with IV

  4. First Schedule . P Part 1 : Name of the states and their territorial jurisdiction 29 states (Newest: Telangana) . Details regrading which law, act etc. determine each states boundary are (Articles 1-4) Part 2: Names of Union Territory and their extent Delhi, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Daman and Diu, Lakshadweep, Puducherry (Erstwhile French Establishments in India = Pondicherry, Karikal, Mahe and Yanam), Chandigarh, Dadar and Nagar Haveli

  5. Second Schedule [Articles 59(3), 65(3), 75(6), 97, 125, 148(3), 158(3), 164 (5), 186 and 221] . Provisions relating to emoluments, privileges, allowances and so on of: The President of India Governors Speaker, Deputy Speaker of LS and LA in states Chairman and Deputy Chairman of RS, LC in states Judges of SC, HC and CAG

  6. Official residence to judges without pay Vice-President or any other person is acting as President Salary of prez Any person is acting as Governor-Salary of Governor

  7. Third Schedule Form of Oaths (Theist in name of God) or Affirmation (Objecting to Oath as Atheist so solemn declaration) for Union and State Ministers MPs and candidates for elections for parliament MLAs, MLCs and candidates for election to state legislature Judges of SC, HC and CAG

  8. Fourth Schedule Allocation of seats in the Rajya Sabha: States, UTs(233 +12 nominated= 245) Goa, Sikkim, Puducherry, ATMMMN:1 Himachal Pradesh, NCT, Uttrakhand: 3; Jammu & Kashmir:4 Chhattisgarh, Haryana: 5; Jharkhand: 6 Assam, Punjab, Telangana: 7 Chhattigarh, Haryana: 5;

  9. Fourth Schedule Kerala: 9; Odisha, Rajasthan:10 Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh: 11 Karnataka: 12; Bihar, West Bengal: 16 Tamil Nadu:18; Maharashtra:19: Uttar Pradesh: 31 18; Maharashtra:19: Ulttar

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