Civics

Part V of the Constitution deals with:
I. Union Executive
II. Parliament
III. Supreme Court  and High Court
IV. Controller and Auditor-General


ANSWER

I, II, III  and IV


SOLUTION
Part V of the Constitution covers The Union through Articles 52-151 in the following chapters:
Chapter I.—The Union Executive
Chapter II.—Parliament
Chapter III.—Legislative Powers Of The President
Chapter IV.—The Union Judiciary
Chapter V.—Comptroller And Auditor-General Of India
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