Polity is an important subject in UPSC IAS Examination.
All the more so taking the exam also the subject polity has an excessive meaning in the life of administrators.
At this point, we are giving the details of Languages in the Eighth Schedule.
The Constitutional provisions relating to the 8th Schedule are in articles 344(1) and 351 of the Indian Constitution.
Article 344- Committee and Commission of Parliament on official language
Article 344(1) offers the establishment of a Commission by the President at the end of 5 years from the beginning of the Constitution and later at the ending of 10 years from such origination.
It must include a Chairman and other associates corresponding to the numerous languages quantified in the 8th Schedule to make advice to the President for the vigorous use of Hindi for authorized principles of the Government of India.
The duty of the Union to inspire the allotment of the Hindi language to expand it with the purpose of it serving as an intermediate of message for all the mechanisms of the compound philosophy of India and to protect its improvement by assimilating without getting in the way of prodigy, quality and languages used in Hindustani and in the other languages of India stated in the 8th Schedule, and by sketch, for its language, mostly, on Sanskrit and secondarily on other languages.
|Year of recognition||Language||Spoken in|
|1950||Hindi||North Indian States|
|1950||Kashmiri||Jammu and Kashmir|
|1967||Sindhi||Dispersed in Gujarat
Parts of Karnataka
Parts of West Bengal
Jammu and Kashmir
|2003||Maithili||Parts of Bihar|
|2003||Santhali||Spoken by Santhal tribe in Jharkhand, West Bengal and Bihar|