6.      The Constitution (Sixth Amendment) Act, 1956—This amendment made some changes in
      Articles 269 and 286 relating to taxes on sale and purchase of goods in the course of inter-state
      trade and commerce. A new entry 92 A was added to the Union List of the Seventh Schedule to
      the Constitution.
      7.      The Constitution (Seventh Amendment) Act, 1956—This amendment purported to give
      effect to the recommendations of the State Reorganisation Commission and the necessary
      consequential changes. Broadly, the then existing states and territories were changed to have
      two-fold classification of states and union territories. The amendment also provided for
      composition of the House of the People, re-adjustment after every census, provisions regarding
      the establishment of new High Courts, High Court Judges, etc.
      8.      The Constitution (Eighth Amendment) Act, 1960—Article 334 was amended with a view
      to extending the period of reservation of seats for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes and to
      the Anglo-Indian community by nomination in Parliament and in the State Legislatures for a
      further period of ten years.
      9.      The Constitution (Ninth Amendment) Act, 1960—The purpose of this amendment is to
      give effect to the transfer of certain territories to Pakistan in pursuance of the agreement entered
      into between Governments of India and Pakistan. This amendment was necessitated in view of
      the Judgement of Supreme Court in In Re Berubari Union by which it was held that any
      agreement to cede a territory to another country could not be implemented by a law made under
      Article 3 but would only be implemented by an amendment of the Constitution.
      10.      The Constitution (Tenth Amendment) Act, 1961—This Act amended Article 240 and the
      First Schedule in order to include areas of Dadra and Nagar Haveli as a Union Territory and to
      provide for its administration under the regulation making powers of President.
      11.       The Constitution (Eleventh Amendment) Act, 1961—The purpose of this amendment
      was to amend Articles 66 and 71 of the Constitution to provide that the election of President or
      Vice President could not be challenged on the ground of any vacancy in the appropriate electoral
      college.
      12.      The Constitution (Twelfth Amendment) Act, 1962—This amendment sought to include
      Goa, Daman and Diu as a Union Territory and to amend Article 240 for the purpose.
      13.      The Constitution (Thirteenth Amendment) Act, 1962—By this amendment, a new Article
      371A was added to make special provisions with respect to state of Nagaland in pursuance of an
      agreement between Government of India and Naga People’s Convention.
      14.       The Constitution (Fourteenth Amendment) Act, 1962—By this Act, Pondicherry was
      included in the First Schedule as a Union Territory, and this Act has also enabled the creation of
      Legislature by Parliamentary law for Himachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura, Goa, Daman and Diu
      and Pondicherry.
      15.       The Constitution (Fifteenth Amendment) Act, 1963—This amendment provided for
      increase in the age of retirement of High Court Judges and for the provision of compensatory
      allowance to judges who are transferred from one High Court to another. The Act also provided
      for appointment of retired judges to act as judges of High Court. Article 226 was also enlarged to
      empower High Court to issue direction, orders or writs to any Government authority, etc., if the
      cause of action for the exercise of such power arose in the territories wherein the High Court
      exercise jurisdiction notwithstanding that seat of such Government authority is not within those