|First schedule||The articles covered are 1 and 4.It deals with the names of the states and their territorial jurisdictions and the names of Union Territories and their extent.|
|Second schedule||The articles covered are 59, 65, 75, 97,125,148,158,164,186 and 221.It deals with the provisions relating to the emoluments, allowances, privileges, etc of:
The President and the Governors of the states, the speaker and the Deputy Speaker of the Lok Sabha, the Chairman and the Deputy Chairman of the Rajya Sabha, the Speaker and the Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Assemblies in the states, the Chairman and the Deputy Chairman of the Legislative Councils in the state, the Judges of the Supreme Court and the High Courts, the Comptroller and Auditor General of India
|Third schedule||The articles covered are 75,99,124,148,164,188 and 219It deals with forms of Oaths for:
The union ministers, the Members of Parliament, the candidates for election to the parliament, the judges of the Supreme Court, the Comptroller and Auditor General of India, the State Ministers, the candidates for election to the State Legislation, the members of the State Legislation, the judges of the High courts
|Fourth schedule||The articles covered are 4 and 80It deals with the allocation of the seats in the Rajya Sabha to the states and the Union Territories|
|Fifth schedule||The article covered are 244It deals with the special provisions relating to the administration and the control of certain areas called the Scheduled Areas and Scheduled Tribes. The constitution had made special provisions relating to the administration of certain areas as Scheduled Areas in the states other than Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura, and Mizoram ( Art 244(1))even though these areas are situated within a state or Union Territory, presumably because of the backwardness of the people in those areas.
The President has the power to declare any area as ‘Scheduled Area’ subject to the legislation of the parliament.
The scheduled Areas order 1950 is given by the president in accordance with this power
The Union shall give the directions to the respective states with regard to the administration of the Scheduled Areas
The Governor of the Scheduled Areas have to submit a report regarding the administration of Scheduled areas either annually or whenever asked to do so to the President
Constitution of the Tribal Advisory Councils is to advise on matters of welfare and advancement of the Scheduled Tribes in the states as they may be referred to them by the Governor.
The Governor has the authority to direct that any particular act of parliament/ legislation of the state shall apply or not apply to a Scheduled Area, subject to expectations and modifications.
The governor regulates the allotment of land and has the authority to make legislation to prohibit the transfer of the land by or among the members of the Scheduled Tribes. He regulates the business of money lenders.
All such regulations made by the Governor should have the assent of the president.
The provisions relating to the administration of the Scheduled Areas and Scheduled Tribes can be altered by the Ordinary legislation by the parliament.
A commission is appointed by the constitution to report on the administration of the Scheduled Areas and Scheduled Tribes.
|Sixth schedule||The articles covered are 244 and 275It deals with the provisions regarding the administration of the Tribal areas in the states of Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura, Mizoram.|
|Seventh schedule||The article covered is 246It deals with the division of powers between the union and states in terms of Union list, State list, and Concurrent list.
There are 99 subjects in the Union list, there are 66 subjects in the State List, and 47 subjects in the Concurrent List.
|Eighth schedule||The article covered are 344 and 351It deals with the Indian languages recognized by the Constitution of India. Originally there were 14 languages. In 2003 by the 92nd amendment act, 4 languages were added namely Bodo, Santhali, Maithili, and Dogri. Presently there are 22 languages.|
|Ninth schedule|| The article covered is 31-BIt deals with land reforms and it was introduced to abolish the zamindari system.
The ninth schedule was added by the First amendment act of 1951 to the constitution.
The supreme court said that the laws in the Ninth schedule are not immune from judicial review
|Tenth schedule||The articles covered are 102 and 191It deals with the Anti- defection law.
Was added by the 52nd constitutional amendment act of 1985.
|Eleventh schedule||The article covered is 243-GIt deals with the power, authority, and responsibilities of the Panchayats. It has 29 matters. Was added by the 73rd Constitutional amendment act of 1992|
|Twelfth schedule||The article covered is 243-WIt deals with power, authority, and the responsibilities of the Municipalities. It has 18 matters. Was added by the 74th Constitutional amendment act of 1992.|