- Concurrent List – Forests, Education, Marriages
- State List – Trade, Agriculture, Police
- Union List – Defence, Communications, Banking
- Foreign affairs and Currency are the other important subjects included in the Union List.
- The subjects which are of national importance are included in the Union List.
- On the subjects given in the Union list, uniform policy needs to be formed throughout the country.
- Only the Central Government has the right to make laws on subjects given in the Union List.
- The other subjects which are included in the State list are Commerce and Irrigation.
- For the subjects mentioned in the state list, State Governments alone are permitted to make laws as per constitution.
- Other subjects which are included in the Concurrent list are succession, adoption, trade unions.
- The subjects given in the concurrent list are of interest to both state and central governments.
- Both the Union and state governments can make laws to subjects given in the concurrent list and if a conflict arises, then the laws made by the Central Government will take precedence.