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Chapter 5 - Parts of Indian Constitution

Subject Matter
The Union and its territory
1 to 4
5 to 11
Fundamental Rights
12 to 35
Directive Principles of State Policy
36 to 51
Fundamental Duties
The Union Government
52 to 151

Chapter I – The Executive
52 to 78

Chapter II – Parliament
79 to 122

Chapter III – Legislative Powers of President

Chapter IV – The Union Judiciary
124 to 147

Chapter V – Comptroller and Auditor-General of India
148 to 151
The State Governments
152 to 237

Chapter I – General 152

Chapter II – The Executive
153 to 167

Chapter III – The State Legislature
168 to 212

Chapter IV – Legislative Powers of Governor

Chapter V – The High Courts
214 to 232

Chapter VI – Subordinate Courts
233 to 237
The Union Territories
239 to 242
The Panchayats
243 to 243-0
The Municipalities
243-P to 243-ZG
The Co-operative Societies
243-ZH to 243-ZT
The Scheduled and Tribal Areas
244 to 244-A
Relations between the Union and the States
245 to 263

Chapter I – Legislative Relations
245 to 255

Chapter II – Administrative Relations
256 to 263
Finance, Property, Contracts and Suits
264 to 300-A

Chapter I – Finance
264 to 291

Chapter II – Borrowing
292 to 293

Chapter III – Property, Contracts, Rights, Liabilities, Obligations and Suits
294 to 300

Chapter IV – Right to Property
Trade, Commerce and Intercourse within the Territory of India
301 to 307
Services under the Union and the States
308 to 323

Chapter I – Services
308 to 314

Chapter II – Public Service Commissions
315 to 323
323-A to 323-B
324 to 329-A
Special Provisions relating to Certain Classes
330 to 342
Official Language
343 to 351

Chapter I – Language of the Union
343 to 344

Chapter II – Regional Languages
345 to 347

Chapter III—Language of the Supreme Court, High Courts, and so on
348 to 349

Chapter IV—Special Directives
350 to 351
Emergency Provisions
352 to 360
361 to 367
Amendment of the Constitution
Temporary, Transitional and Special Provisions
369 to 392
Short title, Commencement, Authoritative Text in Hindi and Repeals
393 to 395

7th Amendment Act (1956) - Part VII was deleated 
42nd Amendment Act (1976) - Part IV-A and Part XIV-A were added
74th Amendment Act (1992) - Part IX-A was added
97th Amendment Act (2011) - Part IX-B was added


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