IAS (Admin.) IAS Mains GS Paper 2 (Governance, Polity, Social Justice, & IR) Constitution-Amendments Study Material (Page 17 of 30)

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Limitations, Creation of All India Services, Administrative Tribunals, 323 a - 42nd Amendment 1976

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Limitations, Creation of All India Services and Administrative Tribunals

It is also provided that the parliament and the state legislatures as the case may be, may confer additional functions of their respective PSC. Therefore, UPSC has also an advisory role to play.

Limitations

  • UPSC not required to consult about reservation of SC/ST/OBC - art 320 (4) art 335
  • 1962 - art 320 not required to consult.
  • UPSC for removal dismissal or reduction in rank of a civil servant.
  • 1962 - not to be consulted before any legislature.

Creation of All India Services

Article 312

The Council of States has all the rights to create All-India Services by resolution supported by not less than two-thirds of the members present an…

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Part X Scheduled and Tribal Areas, Chapter I: Legislative Relations

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Part VII: The States in Part B of the First Schedule

Article 238: [Repealed] .

Part VIII: The Union Territories

Article 239: Administration of U. Territories.

Article 239 A: Creation of local Legislatures or Council of Ministers or both for certain Union tertiaries.

Article 239 B: Power of administrator to promulgate Ordinances in races of Legislature.

Article 240: Power President to make regulations for certain Union Territories.

Article 241: High Courts for Union Te…

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