Latest amendments in indian constitution
There have been a total of 100 amendments in the constitution of india as of Feb , 2016 . An amendment being a formal change in law , constitution or any legal document.
The latest amendments in indian constitution are as follows –
100th Amendment ( 2015 )
Came into force : 31 July 2015 , This amendment specifies the land boundary agreement between Bangladesh and India.
99th Amendment ( 2014 )
Came into force : 13 April 2015 , National Judicial appointments commission formed by this amendment.
98th Amendment ( 2012 )
Came into force : 1 January 2013 , Governor of Karnataka given the power to develop Hyderabad-Karnataka region.
97th Amendment ( 2011 )
Came into force : 12 January 2012 , Changes in Article 19(l)(c) & article 43B .
96th Amendment ( 2011 )
Came into force : 23 September 2011 , Oriya changed to Odia
95th Amendment ( 2009 )
Came into force : 25 January 2010 , Reservation of seats extended for SC ( Shedule Casts) & ST (Shedule tribes) from 60 years to 70 years in lok sabha and states assemblies.
94th Amendment ( 2006 )
Came into force : 12 June 2006 , Minister of tribal welfare provided in Jharkhand , Chhattisgarh , Madhyapradesh and Orissa.
93rd Amendment ( 2005 )
Came into force : 20 January 2006 , 27% reservation implements for OBC in government and private higher educational institutes.
92nd Amendment ( 2003 )
Came into force : 7 January 2004 , Dogri , Maithali , Santali and Bodo recogonized as official languages.
91st Amendment ( 2003)
Came into force : 1 January 2004 , Anti Defection laws Strengthened and the size of council of ministers restricted to 15% of legislative members.
Please note : All the are new above are new amendments as of Feb,2016 . There may be more after this date and we do not account for that.