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(5-6) Schedules Of Indian Constitution For UPSC CSE/IAS Exam
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This lesson deals with the 5th and 6th schedule of the Indian constitution. Fifth schedule deals with provisions related to administration of scheduled areas and scheduled tribes, PESA act etc. Sixth schedule deals with the special case of the same in the States of Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura and Mizoram.

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Roman Saini
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10 months ago
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4 years ago
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  1. Schedules of the Indian Constitution (5-6) Presented by Dr. Roman Saini

  2. Fifth Schedule (Major area, minor autonomy) Provisions relating to administration of scheduled areas and scheduled tribes (Art 244) (Excludes ATM Money) Report by the Governor to the President regarding the administration of Scheduled Areas: Mandatory

  3. PESA PESA Panchayats (Extension to the Scheduled Areas) Act, 1996: Definition of scheduled area = Art 244 (1). Provisions (Resemble 6th schedule) Village-group of habitations/hamlets comprising a community and managing its affairs in accordance with traditions and customs will have a Gram Sabha (all electoral rolls name) GS will preserve the traditions and customs, cultural identity, community resources and the customaryde f dispute resolution

  4. GS prior approval of all plans, projects (for socio-economic development) of government before implementation by panchayats, identify beneficiaries under MGNREGS and other programmes GS and Panchayat need to be consulted before land acquisition in SA for any purpose; planning and managing minor water bodies; prior recommendation of GSP for license for minor minerals mining Special powers to GSP: regulate sale and consumption of intoxicants, ownership of minor forest produce, power to prevent alienation of land, manage village markets, money lending, institution working in social sector Reservation at every Panchayat shall be in proportion to the population of communities (Minimum 50% for ST, 100% reservation ST for Chairpersons)

  5. Tribes Advisory Council (not > 20) Para 4 (1) of the Fifth Schedule . To advise on such matters pertaining to the welfare and advancement of the Scheduled Tribes in the State as may be referred to them by the Governor Tribes Advisory Council has been constituted in the nine Scheduled Area States of Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha and Rajasthan and two non-Scheduled Areas States of Tamil Nadu and West Bengal . Member of state legislatures who are from ST shall be 3/4th of total members

  6. Sixth Schedule (Major Autonomy) Provisions relating to administration of tribal areas in states of ATM Money (Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura, Mizoram) (Art 244 and 275) . Autonomous Districts (District Council) and Autonomous Region (Regional Council) Extremely detail oriented, so don't read the original draft t read the original draft . Just Remember: Governor and state government have significantly limited powers. He decides- . (a) the composition of the District Councils and Regional Councils and the allocation of seats therein; (b) the delimitation of territorial constituencies for the purpose of elections to those Councils;

  7. .Powers: . Allotment, occupation or use, or the setting apart, of land, other than any land which is a reserved forest for the purposes of agriculture or grazing or for residential or other non-agricultural purposes or for any other purpose likely to promote the interests of the inhabitants of any village or town pueoses rtor ary ouse ik to promote the interests of Management of any forest not being a reserved forest; use of any canal or water-course

  8. practice of Jhum (shifting cultivation): the establishment of village or town committees or councils and their powers; any other matter relating to village or town administration, including village or town police and public health and sanitation; the appointment or succession of Chiefs or Headmen; the inheritance of property; marriage and divorce; social customs. property: marriage and divorce; social customs

  9. Village councils, courts, trials and rulings according to native customs . District Council may establish, construct, or manage primary schools, dispensaries, markets, ferries, roads, waterways .Power to assess and collect revenue and taxes on professions, trades, callings and employments; animals, vehicles and boats; on the entry of goods into a market for sale therein, and tolls on passengers and goods carried in ferries; maintenance of schools, dispensaries or roads. Licenses for mineral extraction Separate expenditure in budgets

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