Parts of the Indian Constitution:

Part IUnion and its TerritoryArticles 1 to 4
Part IICitizenshipArticles 5 to 11
Part IIIFundamental RightsArticles 12 to 35
Part IVDirective Principles of State PolicyArticles 36 to 51
Part IVAFundamental DutiesArticle 51A
Part VThe Union
Chapter I – The Executive (Art.52 to 78)
Chapter II – Parliament (Art.79 to 122)
Chapter III – Legislative Powers of President (Art.123)
Chapter IV – The Union Judiciary (Art. 124 to 147)
Chapter V – Comptroller and Auditor-General of India (Art.148 to 151)
Articles 52 to 151
Part VIThe States
Chapter I – General (Art.152)
Chapter II – The Executive (Art.153 to 167)
Chapter III – The State Legislature (Art.168 to 212)
Chapter IV – Legislative Powers of Governor (Art.213)
Chapter V – The High Courts (Art.214 to 232)
Chapter VI – Subordinate Courts (Art.233 to 237)
Articles 152 to 237
Part VIIStates in the B part of the First schedule (repealed by 7th Amendment) 
Part VIIIThe Union TerritoriesArticles 239 to 242         
Part IXThe PanchayatsArticle 243 to 243O
Part IXAThe MunicipalitiesArticle 243P to 243ZG
Part IXBCo-operative SocietiesArticle 243H to 243ZT
Part XThe scheduled and Tribal AreasArticle 244 to 244A
Part XIRelations between the Union and the States
Chapter I – Legislative Relations (Art.245 to 255)
Chapter II – Administrative Relations (Art.256 to 263)
Articles 245 to 263
Part XIIFinance, Property, Contracts and Suits
Chapter I – Finance (Art.264 to 291)
Chapter II – Borrowing (Art.292 to 293)
Chapter III – Property, Contracts, Rights, Liabilities, Obligations and Suits (Art.294 to 300)
Chapter IV – Right to Property (Art.300-A)
Article 264 to 300A
Part XIIITrade, Commerce and Intercourse within the Territory of IndiaArticles 301 to 307
Part XIVServices under the Union and the StatesArticles 308 to 323
Part XIVATribunalsArticle 323A to 323B
Part XVElectionsArticle 324 to 329A
Part XVISpecial provisions relation to certain classesArticles 330 to 342
Part XVIIOfficial Language
Chapter I – Language of the Union (Art.343 to 344)
Chapter II – Regional Languages (Art.345 to 347)
Chapter III-Language of the Supreme Court, High Courts, and so on
(Art.348 to 349)
Chapter IV-Special Directives (Art.350 to 351)
Articles 343 to 351
Part XVIIIEmergency ProvisionsArticles 352 to 360
Part XIXMiscellaneousArticles 361 to 367
Part XXAmendment of the ConstitutionArticle 368
Part XXITemporary, Transitional and Special ProvisionsArticles 369 to 392
Part XXIIShort title, commencement, authoritative text in Hindi and repealsArticle 393 to 395

Indian Constitution Schedules:

Indian Constitution originally had eight schedules. Four more schedules were added by different amendments, now making a total tally of twelve.

First scheduleThe list of states and union territories and their territories
Second scheduleProvisions of the President, Governors of States, Speaker and the Deputy Speaker of the House of the People and the Chairman and the Deputy Chairman of the Council of States and the Speaker and the Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Assembly and the Chairman and the Deputy Chairman of the Legislative Council of a State, the Judges of the Supreme Court and of the High Courts and the Comptroller and Auditor-General of India the list of states and union territories and their territories.  
Third ScheduleThe Forms of Oaths or Affirmations.
Fourth ScheduleProvisions as to the allocation of seats in the Council of States.
Fifth ScheduleProvisions as to the Administration and Control of Scheduled Areas and Scheduled Tribes.
Sixth ScheduleProvisions as to the Administration of Tribal Areas in the States of Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura, and Mizoram.
Seventh ScheduleThe Union list, the State list, and the concurrent list.
Eighth ScheduleThe list of recognized languages.
Ninth ScheduleProvisions as to the validation of certain Acts and Regulations.
Tenth ScheduleProvisions as to disqualification on grounds of defection.
Eleventh ScheduleThe powers, authority, and responsibilities of Panchayats.
Twelfth ScheduleThe powers, authority, and responsibilities of Municipalities.

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