IAS (Admin.) IAS Mains GS Paper 2 (Governance, Polity, Social Justice, & IR) Constitution-Amendments Study Material (Page 7 of 30)

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the Constitution (second Amendment) Act, 1952, the Constitution (Third Amendment) Act, 1954, the Constitution (Fourth Amendment) Act, 1955, the Constitution (Fifth Amendment) Act, 1955 , the Constitution (sixth Amendment) Act, 1956

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The Constitution (Second Amendment) Act, 1952

Lok Sabha. According to the Article 81 was amended through the second amendment in order to remove the prescribed limit of 7,50, 000 of the population for one member to be elected to the original provision, at least one member was to be elected to the Lok Sabha for every 7,50, 000 of the population. It was provided further that the maximum number of elected members to the Lok Sabha should not exceed 500.

The Constitution (Third Amendment) Act, 1…

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the Constitution (seventh Amendment) Act, 1956, the Constitution (Eighth Amendment) Act, 1959, the Constitution (Ninth Amendment) Act, 1961, the Constitution (Tenth Amendment) Act, 1961, the Constitution (Eleventh Amendment) Act, 1961

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The Constitution (Seventh Amendment) Act, 1956

The Seventh Amendment brought about the most comprehensive changes so far in the Constitution. This amendment was designed to implement the States Reorganization Act. The Second and Seventh scheduled were substantially amended for the purpose of reorganization of states.

The Constitution (Eighth Amendment) Act, 1959

The Act extended the period of reservation of seats in Lok Sabha and State Legislatures for the Anglo-Indians, the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes for another period of 10 years.

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