List of 25 Parts of COI
The Constitution of India is a comprehensive document that outlines the framework and fundamental principles governing the country. It was adopted on January 26, 1950. Here are 25 parts of the Constitution of India:
|Parts||Subjects Deal with||Articles covered|
|PART I||[THE UNION AND ITS TERRITORY] Name and territory of the Union. Admission or establishment of new States, Formation of new States and alteration of areas, boundaries, or names of existing States.||Articles 5 to 11|
|PART II||[CITIZENSHIP] Rights of citizenship of certain persons who have migrated to India from Pakistan and Indian origin residing outside India. Parliament to regulate the right of citizenship by law.||Articles 12 to 35|
|PART III||States in the B part of the First Schedule (repealed by the 7th Amendment)||Articles 36 to 51|
|PART IV||[DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY] Application of the principles, State to secure social order, Equal justice, Organisation of village panchayats, Uniform civil code, Duty of the State, Protection of environment||Articles 52 to 151|
|PART IVA||States in the B part of the First Schedule (repealed by the 7th Amendment)||Article 51A|
|PART V||[THE UNION] The President and Vice-President, Officers of Parliament, Conduct of Business, Disqualifications of Members, Legislative Procedure, Procedure in Financial Matters, Procedure Generally, Legislative Powers of the President, the Union Judiciary.||Articles 252 to 237|
|PART VI||[THE STATES] The Governor, Council of Ministers, The Advocate-General for the State, Conduct of Government Business, Officers of the State Legislature, Powers, privileges and immunities of State Legislatures and their Members, Legislative Procedure, Procedure in Financial Matters, THE HIGH COURTS,||Articles 239 to 242|
|PART VII||[THE UNION TERRITORIES] Administration of Union territories, Creation of local Legislatures or Council of Ministers or both for certain UT, Special provisions to some UT, Power of the President to make regulations in UT.||Repealed|
|PART VIII||[THE MUNICPALITIES] Constitution, Composition, Duration, Powers, authority and responsibilities, Audit of accounts, Municipalities elections.||Articles 245 to 263|
|PART IX||[SERVICES UNDER THE UNION AND THE STATES] Service, Public Service Commission. Recruitment, conditions, Removal or suspension and Functions of Public Service Commissions.||Article 243 to 243O|
|PART IXA||[RELATIONS BETWEEN THE UNION AND THE STATES] Distribution of Legislative Powers, Administrative relations, and Co-ordination between States.||Article 243P to 243ZG|
|PART X||[THE SCHEDULED AND TRIBAL AREAS] Administration of Scheduled Areas and Tribal Areas, Formation of an autonomous State||Article 244 to 244A|
|PART XI||[FINANCE, PROPERTY, CONTRACTS, AND SUITS] Finance, Miscellaneous financial provisions, Borrowing, Property, Contracts, Rights, Liabilities, Obligation and suits, right to property.||Articles 301 to 307|
|PART XII||[FINANCE, PROPERTY, CONTRACTS AND SUITS] Finance, Miscellaneous financial provisions, Borrowing, Property, Contracts, Rights, Liabilities, Obligation and suits, right to property.||Article 264 to 300A|
|PART XIII||[TRADE, COMMERCE AND INTERCOURSE WITHIN|
THE TERRITORY OF INDIA] Freedom and restrictions on trade, commerce and dealing.
|Articles 308 to 323|
|PART XIV||[OFFICIAL LANGUAGE] Language of the Union, Supreme Court, High Court, Regional Language, Special Directives.||Articles 323A and 323B|
|PART XIVA||[TRIBUNALS] Administrative tribunals Tribunals for other matters.||Articles 330 to 342|
|PART XV||[ELECTIONS] Superintendence, direction and control of elections to be vested in the Election Commission.||Article 324 to 329A|
|PART XVA||[OFFICIAL LANGUAGE] Language of the Union, Supreme Court, High Court, Regional Language, Special Directives.||Articles 343 to 351|
|PART XVII||Articles 369 to 392||Articles 352 to 360|
|PART XVIII||[EMERGENCY PROVISIONS] Effect of Proclamation of Emergency, Duty of the Union to protect States against external aggression and internal disturbance.||Articles 361 to 367|
|PART XIX||[MISCELLANEOUS] Protection of President and Governors, Parliament and State Legislatures.||Articles 369 to 392|
|PART XX||[AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION] Power of Parliament to amend the Constitution and procedure therefor.||Article 368|
|PART XXI||[TEMPORARY, TRANSITIONAL AND SPECIAL PROVISIONS] Temporary or Special provision with respect to certain States. Provisions as to Judges of High Courts, Comptroller and Auditor-General of India, PSC, etc.||Article 369 to 392|
|PART XXII||[SHORT TITLE, COMMENCEMENT, AUTHORITATIVE TEXT|
IN HINDI AND REPEALS]
|Articles 393 to 395|
|Total no or PARTs = 25||All the subjects of parts provided here have expended explanation in the Constitution of India PDF file.||Total No of Articles = 448|
22 Parts of COI: Important Points to Remember
- At Present, there are 25 parts in the constitution of India. Previously, it was 22.
- Four parts are added through the amendment of the Indian constitution.
- Part VII was repealed through the 7th Amendment Act, of 1956.
- Part IV-A was added through the 42nd Amendment Act of 1976.
- Part IX-A was added through the 74th Amendment Act of 1993.
- Part XIV-A was added through the 42nd Amendment Act of 1976.
- Part IX-B was added through the 97th Amendment Act, 2011 (Effective from 2012).
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|Total Number of Articles in COI||448|
|Total Number of Parts in COI||25|
Parts are the Contents of the constitution of India. All the articles are divided into 22 Parts. Initially, there were 22 parts in COI, but some were repealed and some were added. Therefore there are a total of 25 parts in COI as of now. To lead the competitive examination aspirants should remember all the subjects of 22 parts especially the bolt bracketed texts in the subject column.
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