Top 80 Important Articles of Constitution of India- UPSC/APSC/SSC

List of 80 Important Articles of the Constitution of India at a Glance 

Top 80 Important Articles of Constitution of India-

       "The Indian Constitution" which is called as the world's lengthiest written constitution, it had 395 articles in 22 parts and 8 schedules at the time of commencement. 

After so many amendmend now the Constitution of India has 448 articles in 25 parts and 12 schedules

It is observed that questions of the Indian constitution are always asked in many competitive exams like UPSC/APSC/SSC/CDS etc. So therefore to crack these exams World_Polity made a list of important articles which may help each and every student to find out his or her queries related to the articles of Indian constitution. As well as being a citizen of India we must-know the Articles of Indian Constitution. 

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Well here is the list of 80 most important articles of the Constitution of India --

Articles --

1. Article No. 1:- Name and territory of the Union

2. Article No. 3:- Formation of latest states and alteration of areas, boundaries or names of existing states

3. Article No. 13:- Laws inconsistent with or in derogation of the elemental Rights

4. Article No. 14:- Equality before law

5. Article No. 16:- Equality of opportunity to all the citizens in matters of employment

6. Article No. 17:- Abolition of untouchability

7. Article No. 19:- Protection of certain rights regarding freedom of speech, etc without any fear

8. Article No. 21:- Protection of life and private liberty

9. Article No. 21A:- Right to education 

10. Article No. 25:- Freedom of conscience and free profession, practice and propagation of faith 

11. Article No. 30:- Right of minorities to determine and administer educational institutions

12. Article No. 31C:- Saving of laws giving effect to certain Directive Principles of State Policy

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13. Article No. 32:- Remedies for enforcement of Fundamental Rights including writs for the citizens

14. Article No. 38:- State to secure a social order for the promotion of welfare of the people the country

15. Article No.40:- Organisation of village panchayats

16. Article No. 44:- Uniform Civil Code for the citizens

17. Article No. 45:- Provision for infancy care and education to children below the age of 6 years.

18. Article No. 46:- Promotion of educational and economic interests of scheduled castes, scheduled tribes and other weaker sections of the society

19. Article No. 50:- Separation of judiciary from executive

20. Article No. 51:- Promotion of international peace and security

21. Article No. 51A:- Fundamental Duties

22. Article No. 72:- Powers of President to grant pardons, suspend, remit or commute sentences in certain cases

23. Article No. 74:- Council of Ministers to assist and advice the President

24. Article No. 76:- Attorney-General of India

25. Article No. 78:- Duties of prime minister as respects the furnishing of data to the President, etc.

26. Article No. 110:- Definition of cash Bills

27. Article No. 112:- Annual budget (Budget)

28. Article No. 123:- Power of President to promulgate an ordinances during recess of Parliament

29. Article No. 143:- Power of President to consult Supreme Court

30. Article No. 148:- Comptroller and Auditor-General of India

31. Article No. 149:- Duties and powers of the Comptroller and Auditor-General of India

32. Article No. 155:- Appointment of the Governor

33. Article No. 161:- Power of Governor to grant pardons, and to suspend, remit or commute sentences in certain cases

34. Article No. 163:- Council of ministers to assist and advice the Governor

35. Article No. 165:-Advocate-General of the state Which British Laws are still utilized in India

36. Article No. 167:- Duties of Chief Minister with reference to the furnishing of data to the Governor, etc.

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37. Article No. 168:- Constitution of Legislatures within the states

38. Article No. 169:- Abolition or creation of Legislative Councils within the states

39. Article No. 170:- Composition of Legislative Assemblies within the states

40. Article No. 171:- Composition of Legislative Councils within the states

41. Article No. 172:- Duration of State Legislatures

42. Article No. 173:- Qualification for membership of the State Legislature

43. Article No. 174:- Sessions of the State Legislature, prorogation and dissolution

44. Article No. 178:- Speakers and Deputy Speaker of the legislature 

45. Article No. 194:- Powers, privileges and immunity of Advocate-General

46. Article No. 200:- Assent to bills by governor (including reservation for President of India)

47. Article No. 202:-Annual budget of the State Legislature

48. Article No. 210:- Language to be utilized in the State Legislature

49. Article No. 212:- Courts to not discuss proceedings of the State Legislature

50. Article No. 213:- Power of governor to pro mulgate ordinances during recess of the State Legislature

51. Article No. 214:- High courts for the states

52. Article No. 217:-Appointment and therefore the conditions of the office of the judge of a supreme court 

53. Article No. 226:- Power of high courts to issue certain writs

54. Article No. 239AA:- Special provisions with reference to Delhi

55. Article No. 243B:- Constitution of Panchayats

56. Article No. 243C:- Composition of Panchayats

57. Article No. 243G:- Powers, authority and responsibilities of Panchayats

58. Article No. 243K:- Elections to the Panchayats

59. Article No. 249:-Power of Parliament to legislate with reference to a matter within the State List within the national interest

60. Article No. 262:- Adjudication of disputes concerning waters of inter-state rivers or river valleys

61. Article No. 263:- Provisions with reference to an inter-state council

62. Article No. 265:- Taxes to not be imposed save by authority of law

63. Article No. 275:- Grants from the Union to certain states

64. Article No. 280:- Finance Commission

65. Article No. 300:- Suits and proceedings

66. Article No. 300A:- Persons to not be bereft of property save by authority of law (Right to property)

67. Article No. 311:- Dismissal, removal or reduction in rank of persons employed in civil capacities under the Union or a state of India

68. Article No. 312:- All-India Services

69. Article No. 315:- Public Service Commission for the Union and for the states

70. Article No. 320:- Functions of Public Service Commissions

71. Article No. 323-A:- Administrative Tribunals

72. Article No. 324:- Superintendence, direction and control of elections to be vested in an committee 

73. Article No. 330:- Reservation of seats for scheduled castes and scheduled tribes within the House of the People

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74. Article No. 335:- Claims of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes to services and posts of the act

75. Article No. 352:- Proclamation of Emergency (National Emergency)

76. Article No. 356:- Provisions just in case of failure of constitutional machinery in states (President’s Rule)

77. Article No. 360:- Provisions on Financial Emergency.

78. Article No. 365:- Effect of failure to suits or to offer effect to, directions given by the Union (President’s Rule)

79. Article No. 368:- Power of Parliament to amend the Constitution and procedure therefore

80. Article No. 370:- Temporary provisions with reference to the state of Jammu and Kashmir

So these are the most important articles of the Indian Constitution. 

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