Schedules are lists in the Constitution that categorizes and tabulates bureaucratic activity and policy of the Government.
- First Schedule (Articles 1 and 4): States and Union Territories – This lists the states and territories on of India, lists any changes to their borders and the laws used to make that change.
- Second Schedule (Articles 59, 65, 75, 97, 125, 148, 158, 164, 186 and 221) —Emoluments for High-Level Officials – This lists the salaries of officials holding public office, judges, and Comptroller and Auditor-General of India.
- Third Schedule (Articles 75, 99, 124, 148, 164, 188 and 219) — Forms of Oaths – This lists the oaths of offices for elected officials and judges.
- Fourth Schedule (Articles 4 and 80) – This details the allocation of seats in the Rajya Sabha (the upper house of Parliament) per State or Union Territory.
- Fifth Schedule (Article 244) – This provides for the administration and control of Scheduled Areas[Note 1] and Scheduled Tribes[Note 2] (areas and tribes needing special protection due to disadvantageous conditions).
- Sixth Schedule (Articles 244 and 275)— Provisions for the administration of tribal areas in Assam.
- Seventh Schedule (Article 246) — The union (central government), state, and concurrent lists of responsibilities.
- Eighth Schedule (Articles 344 and 351) — The official languages.
- Ninth Schedule (Article 31-B) – This covers land and tenure reforms; the accession of Sikkim with India. It may be reviewed by the courts.
- Tenth Schedule (Articles 102 and 191) — “Anti-defection” provisions for Members of Parliament and Members of the State Legislatures.
- Eleventh Schedule (Article 243-G) — Panchayat Raj (rural development).
- Twelfth Schedule (Article 243-W) — Municipalities (urban planning).