Important Amendments Of The Constitution
|1st||1951||Abolition of Zamindari System and Ninth schedule was added to the constitution.|
|7th||1956||States are reorganized.|
|8th||1960||SC/ST reservation in Parliament.|
|15th||1963||Raised the age of retirement of a Hight Court Judge frm 60 to 62.|
|24th||1971||Parliament got the power to amend any part of Constitution in which Fundamental Rights were also included.|
|27th||1971||Reorganisation of North-Eastern States.|
|31st||1974||Seats of Lok Sabha increased from 525 to 545.|
|35th||1974||Sikkim was accepted as an associate State of India.|
|36th||1975||Sikkim got full right as a State of India.|
Socialist, Secular and Integrity were added to Pramble.
Fundamental duties were also added in IV A part of Constitution.
President was bounded with Prme Minister.
Right to property deleted from Fundamental Rights.
It authorised the president to refer bact the advice to the council of Ministers for reconsidration but made it binding for the President to act on the reconsidered advice.
National emergency will be set up after written recommendatin of union council of Ministers and the term Internal Disturbance was replaced by the term with Armed Reblation.
|48th||1984||President rule in Punjab was extended upto 2 years.|
|52nd||1985||10th schedule was added to the constitution containing the modes for disqualification in case of defection from the Parliament and State Legislature.|
|56th||1987||Goa got the status of a State.|
|61st||1988||Reduction of voting age from 21 to 18 years.|
|64th||1990||President rule in Punjab was further extended upto 6 months.|
|69th||1991||Delhi got the designation of National Capital Territory.|
|73rd||1992||Panchayti Raj received Constitutional Status.|
|84th||2001||Chhatisgarh, Uttrakhand and Jharkhand, three new states were made.|
Right of education of children of age of 6 to 14 years a Fundamental Right.
Added a new Fundamental Duty to Part IV A of the Constitution.
It amended the Eighth Schedule to the Constitution.
Inserted four new languages in it, namely: Dogri, Maithili, Body and Santhali as Constitutionally recognized languages.
|93rd||2006||Reservation in admissions in private un-aided eductional institutions for SC/OBC/ST.|