First Amendment Act, 1951 Added Ninth Schedule.
Seventh Amendment Act, 1956 Necessitated on account of reorganisation of States on a linguistic basis.
Fifteenth Amendment Act, 1963 Age of retirement of the Judges of High Court has been extended from 60 to 65 years.
Twenty Sixth Amendment Act, 1971 Abolished the titles and special privileges of former rulers of princely states.
Thirty Sixth Amendment Act, 1975 Made Sikkim a State.
Forty Fourth Amendment Act, 1978 The Right to Property was deleted from Part III. Article 352 was amended to provide ‘Armed Rebellion’ as one of the circumstances for declaration of emergency.
Seventy Third Amendment Act, 1992 The institution of Panchayati Raj receive constitutional guarantee, status and legitimacy. XIth Schedule was added to deal with it. It also inserted Part IX, containing Articles, 243, 243 A to 243 O.
Eighty Ninth Amendment Act, 2003 The Act adds Article 338 A and provides for the creation of National Commission for Scheduled Tribes.
Ninety First Amendment Act, 2003 Amended the Anti-Defection Law and also made a provision that the number of ministers in the Centre and State Government, cannot be more than 15% of the strength of Lok Sabha and the respective Vidhan Sabha.
Ninety Third Amendment Act, 2005 To reserve seats for socially and educationally backward classes, besides the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes, in private unaided institutions other than those run by minorities.
Ninety Fifth Amendment Act, 2009 Extends the reservation of seats for SC/STs in the Lok Sabha for another 10 years. In Article 334 of the Constitution, for the words ‘sixty years’, the words ‘seventy years’ was substituted.
Ninety Seventh Amendment, 2011 Amend- ment of Article 19(1)(i), Insertion of Article 43B, Insertion of Part IXB. This amendment gives constitutional status to cooperatives.
Ninety Eighth Amendment Act, 2012 (Insert Article 371 J) To empower the Governor of Karnataka to take steps to develop Hyderabad-Karnataka Region.
Ninety-Ninth Amendment Act, 2014 deals with replacing the collegium system for the appointments of the Judges of the Supreme Court and the 24 High Courts. But Supreme Court of India has declared this unconstitutional and void.
One Hundredth Amendment Act, 2015 to give effect to the acquring of territories by India and transfer of certain territories to Bangladesh in pursuance of the agreements and its protocol.
One Hundredth One Amendment Act, 2016 with deals Goods and Services Tax.
One Hundredth Two Amendment Act 2018 provides the Constitutional status to National Commission for Backward Classes.
One Hundredth Three Amendment Act 2018 provides 10% reservation to the economically backward classes of society.