IAS (Admin.) IAS Mains GS Paper 2 (Governance, Polity, Social Justice, & IR) Constitution-Amendments Study Material (Page 10 of 30)

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the Constitution (seventy-Eight Amendment) Act, 1995, the Constitution (seventy-Ninth Amendment) Act, 1999, the Constitution (Eightieth Amendment) Act, 2000, the Constitution (Eighty-First Amendment) Act, 2000, the Constitution (Eighty-second Amendment) Act, 2000, the Constitution (Eighty-Third Amendment) Act, 2000, the Constitution (Eighty- Fourth Amendment) Act, 2001

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The Constitution (Seventy-Eight Amendment) Act, 1995

This amendment has amended the Ninth schedule of the Constitution and inserted 27 Land Reform Act of various States in the Ninth Schedule. After this the total number of Acts included in the Ninth Schedule has reached to 284. Now these acts cannot be challenged in the courts on the plea for the violation of Fundamental Rights.

The Constitution (Seventy-Ninth Amendment) Act, 1999

amended Article 334 of Constitution and substituted the words ‘sixty years’ for the words ‘fifty years’ and therefore, extended the reservation provision for the SC/ST and Anglo-Indian in Lok Sabha and Legislative Assemblies.

The Constitution (Eightieth Amendment) …

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Article 15, Article 16

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Article 15

  • No Discrimination on Grounds of Religion, Race, Caste, etc.
  • The guarantee under Article 15 is available to citizens only and not to every person whether ‘citizen or non-citizen’ as Under Article 14.
  • Clause (1) : The State is prohibited to discriminate between citizens on grounds only of religion, race, caste, sex, place of birth or any of them.
  • Clause (2) : No citizen shall be subjected to any disability, restriction or condition on grounds only of religion, race, caste, place of birth or any of them. Clause (3) : The Stat…

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