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Most Important Articles of Indian Constitution

Important Articles Indian Constitution

Hello Friends
Hope you all good. As you all know that almost every exam  asks questions related to Articles of Indian constitution. So today we'r sharing some most important articles according to exam perspective. Please go through the list and cram as many as you can. It will help you guys for exams like SSC CGL, CHSL, RRB NTPC and other state level exams as well.

☞ Article 1 ➭ Name and Territory of Union
☞ Article 3 ➭ New States Formation, Alteration of Boundaries etc.
☞ Article 13 ➭ Laws inconsistent with or in derogation of the Fundamental Rights
☞ Article 14 ➭ Equality before Law (popularly known as Right to Equality)
☞ Article 15 ➭ Prohibition of Discrimination (on basis of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth)
☞ Article 16 ➭ Equality in case of Public Employment
☞ Article 17 ➭ Abolition of Untouchability
☞ Article 18 ➭ Abolition of Titles
☞ Article 19 ➭ Protection of Certain Rights to Freedom (popularly known as Right to Freedom)
☞ Article 19a ➭ Freedom of Speech & Expression
☞ Article 19b ➭ Right to Peaceful Assembly
☞ Article 19c ➭ Freedom of Association
☞ Article 19d ➭ Right to Move Freely through India
☞ Article 19e ➭ Freedom of Settlement & Residence
☞ Article 19f ➭ (Omitted as a fundamental right – governed by article 300A.) Right to Own Personal Property.
☞ Article 19g ➭ Freedom to Practice any Profession, Occupation, Trade or Business
☞ Article 21 ➭ Right to Life and Personal Liberty
☞ Article 21A ➭ Right to Education
☞ Article 23 ➭ Prohibition of Human Trafficking and Forced Labor
☞ Article 24 ➭ Prohibition of Child Labor
☞ Article 25 ➭ Freedom to Practice & Propagate Religion Freely
☞ Article 29 ➭ Protection of Interests of Minorities
☞ Article 32 ➭ Remedies for enforcement of Fundamental Rights including writs
☞ Article 44 ➭ Uniform Civil Code
☞ Article 50 ➭ Separation of Judiciary from Executive
☞ Article 51 ➭ Promotion of International Peace and Security
☞ Article 51A ➭ Fundamental Duties
☞ Article 72 ➭ Powers of President to Grant Pardons etc.
☞ Article 76 ➭ Attorney-General of India
☞ Article 78 ➭ Duties of Prime Minister
☞ Article 85 ➭ Sessions of Parliament, Prorogation and Dissolution
☞ Article 93 ➭ The Speaker & Deputy Speaker of Lok Sabha
☞ Article 100 ➭ Voting in Houses
☞ Article 105 ➭ Powers, Privileges etc. of Members of Parliament
☞ Article 106 ➭ Salaries and Allowances of Members of Parliament
☞ Article 108 ➭ Joint Sitting of both Houses of Parliament
☞ Article 109-110 ➭ Money Bills
☞ Article 112 ➭ Annual Financial Budget
☞ Article 123 ➭ President’s Power to Promulgate Ordinance while Parliament in Recess
☞ Article 127 ➭ Appointment of ad hoc Judges in the Supreme Court
☞ Article 139 ➭ Supreme Court’s Powers to Issue Certain Writs
☞ Article 141 ➭ Supreme Court’s Law Binding on All Courts
☞ Article 148-149 ➭ Comptroller and Auditor-General of India
☞ Article 155 ➭ Appointment of Governor
☞ Article 161 ➭ Power of Governors to Grant Pardon etc.
☞ Article 165 ➭ Advocate-General for the State
☞ Article 167 ➭ Duties of Chief Minister
☞ Article 224 ➭ Appointment of Additional & Acting Judges in High Courts
☞ Article 224A ➭ Appointment of Retired Judges in High Courts
☞ Article 226 ➭ Power of High Courts to issue writs
☞ Article 280 ➭ Finance Commission
☞ Article 312 ➭ All India Services
☞ Article 324 ➭ Election Commission
☞ Article 335 ➭ SCs and STs claim to Services and Posts
☞ Article 343 ➭ Official Language
☞ Article 352 ➭ National Emergency
☞ Article 356 ➭ President’s Rule in case of Failure of Constitutional Machinery in States
☞ Article 360 ➭ Financial Emergency
☞ Article 368 ➭ Power of Parliament to Amend the Constitution
☞ Article 370 ➭ Temporary provisions with respect to the state of Jammu and Kashmir