Frequent question: When was the Constitution of India finally signed?

First Session: 9-23 December, 1946
Eleventh Session: 14-26 November, 1949

When was the Constitution finally signed?

Notes: The Constitution was then finally signed by members of the Constituent Assembly on 24th January 1950 and came into effect on the 26th of January, 1950.

What was part 7 of Indian Constitution?

The parts of the Indian Constitution along with Subject and Articles they cover are given below.

Parts of Indian Constitution.

Part Subject Articles
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Part VII Repealed by Const.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

Who is father of Constitution of India?

B. R. Ambedkar

Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar
Profession Jurist economist academic politician social reformer anthropologist writer
Known for Dalit rights movement Drafting Constitution of India Dalit Buddhist movement
Awards Bharat Ratna (posthumously in 1990)
Signature

How long did it take to write the Constitution?

The United States Constitution was drafted in 116 days.

It convened on May 25, 1787 and adjourned on September 17, 1787. While there were numerous discussions, drafts and rewrites of the Constitution, the final document was completed at the Constitutional Convention which lasted slightly more than 100 days.

What are the 12 schedules in Indian Constitution?

12 Schedules of Indian Constitution PDF:

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Schedule Articles Covered
Third Schedule 75, 84, 99, 124, 146, 173, 188 & 219
Fourth Schedule 4 & 80
Fifth Schedule 244
Sixth Schedule 244 & 275

Why Indian Constitution is the longest Constitution?

Indian Constitution is the longest written constitution in the world which originally had 395 articles, divided into 22 parts and 8 schedules. At present, our Constitution contains 448 articles, with 12 schedules. … The Parliament can make amendments to the Constitution as per the needs, according to Article 368.

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