Important Parts Described in the Constitution

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We are Providing the Important Parts Described in the Constitution in polity which will be helpful for upcoming SSC Exams. 

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Part
Subject
Articles
Part I
The Union and its territory
Art. 1 to 4
Part II
Citizenship
Art.
5 to 11
Part III
Fundamental Rights
Art. 12 to 35

Part IV
Directive
Principles
Art.
36 to 51
Part IVA
Fundamental Duties
Art. 51A
Part V
The
Union
Art.
52 to 151
Part VI
The States
Art. 152 to 237
Part VII
Repealed
by Const. (7th Amendment) Act, 1956
Part VIII
The Union Territories
Art. 239 to 242
Part IX
The
Panchayats
Art.
243 to 243O
Part IXA
The Muncipalities
Art. 243P to 243ZG
Part IXB
The
Co-operative Societies
Art.
243ZH to 243ZT
Part X
The Scheduled and Tribal Areas
Art. 244 to 244A
Part XI
Relations
between the Union and the States
Art.
245 to 263
Part XII
Finance, Property, Contracts and Suits
Art. 264 to 300A
Part XIII
Trade,
Commerce and Intercourse within the Territory of India
Art.
301 to 307
Part XIV
Services under the Union and the States
Art. 308 to 323
Part XIVA
Tribunals
Art.
323A to 323B
Part XV
Elections
Art. 324 to 329A
Part XVI
Special
provisions relating to certain classes
Art.
330 to 342
Part XVII
Official Language
Art. 343 to 351
Part XVIII
Emergency
Provisions
Art.
352 to 360
Part XIX
Miscellaneous
Art. 361 to 367
Part XX
Amendment
of the Constitution
Art.
368
Part XXI
Temporary, Transitional and Special Provisions
Art. 369 to 392
Part XXII
Short
title, commencement, authoritative text in Hindi and repeals
Art.
393 to 395

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  1. Suppose cutoff for ( Tier I + Tier II ) in SSC CGL is 400 for non interview posts and 425 for interview posts. If a person is getting 450 (means getting interview call) fails in interview or scores less than desired marks to secure a seat out of 700 marks (i.e tier I +tier II + interview ) after attending interview. Will he be considered for non interview posts if final cutoff for non interview posts is below 450.?

  2. I lost both PO and clerk feeling very sad..ssc ke liye maths aur GK kaise prepare karu koi guide karega?

  3. This Time T2 cutoff for Non-Interview post remains….like 2012 ,2011…. SSC is setting difficult paper this time….
    they are also working at NO Cheating this year

  4. Something Inspirational 🙂

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    Good night everyone, shabha khaeir, subh ratri and sabko mera salaam :))
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  5. Start from basics
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