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WHAT Is AMENDMENT?
AMENDMENT Amendments in Indian Constitution are necessary to satisfy the demands of the time. The power to amend the Constitution is mentioned under Article 368 of the Indian Constitution is given to the Parliament.
TYPES OF AMENDMENT SIMPLE MAJORITY SPECIAL MAJORITY The Majority of the total membership of - the majority of the total membership of the the House and the 2/3rd majority of the House and the 2/3rd majority of the members present & voting has to pass the bill. However, it also needs to be passed by more than half the States of India. After that, the bill is sent to the President for his/her approval. members present & voting passes the - After the bill is passed in both the houses, it is sent to the President for his/her approval.
TOTAL AMENDMENTS (101)
AMENDMENTS YEAR PROVISIONSICHANGES Added 9th Schedule Land Reforms) Zamindari System 1st Amendment 1951 2nd Amendment Act Readjusted the scale of representation in Lok Sabha on the basis of 1951 census Transferred items of State List to Concurrent List. 7th Schedule (It includes the power to be considered by both the central and state government.) 1952 3rd 1954 Amendment Act
AMENDMENTS YEAR PROVISIONS/CHANGES Property, Trade & Commerce related amendment Extended scope of Article 31A Authorised the state to nationalise any trade Empowered the President to fix time limit for state legislatures to express their views on central laws affecting the areas & boundaries of state. 4th Amendment Act 1955 5th Amendment Act 1955 6th Included new subject in Union list 1956 Amendment Act (Interstate Sales Tax)
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