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(7-9) Schedules Of Indian Constitution For UPSC CSE/IAS Exam
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This lesson covers Schedules Of Indian Constitution (7-9) in exhaustive details. It starts with a mnemonic technique which provides a fun way to remember all the schedules. Then it starts to deal with union, state and concurrent list, 5 circumstances in which Union can legislate on state subjects, official languages under constitution of India, 1st Constitutional Amendment Act and recent judgement of Supreme Court over the status of Judicial review over acts put under IX schedule.

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the fifth reason for the parliament to make a law on the state list would be the president rule in the state under article 356.
sir, you listed opium under both center and state list..plz check it...thanks a lot
Indeed, a great lesson. Lakhs of people are just enjoing these wonderful lessons.
Continue with maps and willpower..... Plz continue the snt series ncert pattern that you started on YouTube..
Why wasting time on topics that are already covered on unacademy YouTube
  1. Schedules of Indian Constitution: 7-9 Presented by Dr. Roman Saini

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  3. .Seven is Heaven: In heaven there is a fight going on regarding rules, so lists are created where on one Yamraj can create laws, and on other Indra can, 3rd is for both of them . Eight is Gate: A new gate is established between borders of India with other nations, but there is a fight going on as to which all languages will be used to write on that gate. Nine is line: there are various lines created in the field by the bonded labours under orders of zamindars, but suddenly JLN and SVP comes and abolish it Ten is hen: As soon as hens are released from the vehicle they run here and there til they find a good place, and again run if they find a better one. Something similar to what goes on in Politics. . 11 and 12 PM

  4. Seventh Schedule Division of power between Union and State 3 Lists : Union, state, concurrent much as you can No need to remember all he subjects (rather impossible), but try to remember as No need to remember all the subjects (rather impossible), but try to remember as . List l: Union list 100 subjects (Originally 97) . Defence, Armed forces, ammunition, explosives, nuclear, CBI, Foreign relations, UNO, Tax on Newspaper, Pilgrimages to places outside India, Railways, Ports, Airways, Ships, Insurance, Banking, Opium, Film Censors, Census, UPSC, Audit of accounts of Unions and states, all major taxes like Corporate tax, Income tax (except agriculture)

  5. Seventh Schedule List Il: State list 61 (Originally 66) Public order, Prisons, Police, High Courts, Local Government Pilgrimages in India, Intoxicating liquors, relief of disabled, unemployed, burial grounds, agriculture, water, mines, gas, gambling, betting, excise duty on liquor, opium, hemp etc. Taxes on animals and boats, Tolls, Taxes on professions, trades, callings and employments, Capitation taxes,Taxes on luxury

  6. Concurrent List = 52 (Originally 47). Criminal and civil law including IPC, CrPC, Marriage divorce, infants, adoption, will, bankruptcy, insolvency, trust and trustees, Wildlife, Drugs, Planning, Factories, Newspaper, Books, Printing press, Electricity, Legal, Medical and other profession Both Centre and State can make laws, but laws of parliament will override the state provisions Parliament can make law on subjects under state list: Art 249 (RS 2/3, National Interest), Art 250 (Emergency), Art 252 (If 2 or more states request Parliament), Art 253 (For international agreement or treaty)

  7. Eighth Schedule Languages recognised by constitution: 14 (Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmiri, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia (96), Punjabi, Sanskrit, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu) 21 CAA = Sindhi (1) 71 CAA= Manipuri, Konkani, Nepali (3) 92 CAA= Bodo, Dogri, Maithili, Santhali 21 +71 = 92; 1 +3 = 4 and 14+1+3+4 = 22 .

  8. Ninth Schedule Acts and Regulations (13 to 282) of state legislatures dealing with land reforms and abolition of zamindari system. . 1 CAA = Prevention of JR on account of violation of FR Article 31-B of the Constitution of India ensured that any law in the Ninth Schedule could not be challenged in courts and Government can rationalise its programme of social engineering by reforming land and agrarian laws In 2007, SC ruled that laws included in IX scheduled after 24 april, 1973 (Keshvanand Bharti case) can be reviewed on grounds of violation of law of the land