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  2. If you make any constitution rigid and permanent you stop the nation's growth, the growth of a living, vital, organic people. - JL Nehru. R. AGRAWAL

  3. Procedure for amendment Introduction of a bill for amendment of constitution (constitutional amendment bill) X state legislature only in parliament. Can be introduced either by a minister/private member. Must be passed in EACH HOUSE by a SPECIAL MAJORITY Separately (no provision of joint session) R. AGRAWAL

  4. Constitution can be amendment in 3 ways 1) Amendment by simple majority of the parliament. Admission or establishment of new states. Formation of new states and alteration of areas, boundaries or names of existing states. Abolition or creation of legislative councils in states. Second Schedule-emoluments, Allowances, privileges and so on of the president, the governors, the Speakers, judges, etc. Quorum in Parliament. Salaries and allowances of the members of Parliament. Rules of procedure in Parliament. R. AGRAWAL

  5. Constitution can be amendment in 3 ways 1) Amendment by simple majority of the parliament. Privileges of the Parliament, its members and its committees. Use of English language in Parliament. Number of puisne judges in the Supreme Court. Conferment of more jurisdiction on the Supreme Court. Conferment of more jurisdiction on the Supreme Court. Citizenship-acquisition and termination Elections to Parliament and state legislatures. > Delimitation of constituencies. Union territories Fifth Schedule-administration of scheduled areas and scheduled tribes. Sixth Schedule-administration of tribal areas. R. AGRAWAL

  6. By special majority of parliament and consent of state Election of the President and its manner. Extent of the executive power of the Union and the states. Supreme Court and high courts. Distribution of legislative powers betweern the Union and the states Any of the lists in the Seventh Schedule. Representation of states in Parliament. Power of Parliament to amend the Constitution and its procedure (Article 368 itself). These are the provisions related to the federal structure of the polity. * It requires ratification of half the states. & There is no time limit within which the states should give their conse R. AGRAWAL

  7. Constitution can be amendment in 3 ways 1) Special majority of parliament i. Fundamental rights ii. DPSP iii. All other provisions not covered by any category. R. AGRAWAL

  8. Criticism of the amendment procedure * Koi special body nahi hai for amendment * Why state can't initiate the amendment ?? State's role is very less Ratification that too of half of the states, that too in very few cases Major part of the constitution can be amended only by parliament * Why no joint sitting?? R. AGRAWAL

  9. After being passed by both the houses, the bill is presented to the president. President must give his assent to the bill. R. AGRAWAL

  10. Amendment of the constitution * In order to adjust itself to the situations, time changing Article 368 part XX of the constitution deals with the conditions 8 needs amendment procedure Parliament can amend anything as long as the basic structure of the constitution remains intact. Keshavananda Bharti Case (1973) R. AGRAWAL