Article 336 of Indian Constitution

Article 336 of Indian Constitution: Special provision for Anglo-Indian community in certain services

Article 336 Special provision for Anglo-Indian community in certain services – Constitution Of India

(1) During the first two years after the commencement of this Constitution, appointments of members of the Anglo-Indian community to posts in the railway, customs, postal and telegraph services of the Union shall be made on the same basis as immediately before the fifteenth day of August, 1947. During every succeeding period of two years, the number of posts reserved for the members of the said community in the said services shall, as nearly as possible, be less by ten per cent. than the numbers so reserved during the immediately preceding period of two years: Provided that at the end of ten years from the commencement of this Constitution all such reservations shall cease.

(2) Nothing in clause (1) shall bar the appointment of members of the Anglo-Indian community to posts other than, or in addition to, those reserved for the community under that clause if such members are found qualified for appointment on merit as compared with the members of other communities


Constitution Of India Part 16 Special Provisions Relating To Certain Classes – Articles 330 to 342


Article 330 of Indian Constitution

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Article 331 of Indian Constitution

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Article 332 of Indian Constitution

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Article 333 of Indian Constitution

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Article 334 of Indian Constitution

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Article 335 of Indian Constitution

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