New Delhi: Government has listed 15 new Bills for introduction in the Budget Session of Parliament, with three Bills to revise the lists for Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe in three states – Jharkhand, Tripura and poll bound Uttar Pradesh. A Lok Sabha Bulletin said the Bill for revising list of SC and ST in Uttar Pradesh will be subject to obtaining a clearance from the Election Commission of India. The 15 Bills include the Finance Bill for passing the Union Budget. Here is the list of the Bills listed for introduction and passing in the Budget Session: The Warehousing (Development and Regulation) Amendment Bill, 2022: Aims at strengthening Warehousing Development and Regulatory Authority. The bill intends to help farmers to store their produce in scientific warehouse godowns and to encourage scientific warehousing ecosystem in the country. The Competition (Amendment) Bill, 2022: The Bill proposes to carry out certain essential structural changes in the governing structure of the CCI, changes to substantive provisions to address the needs for new age markets and to expand the activities of the Commission across India by opening Regional Offices. The Cantonment Bill, 2022: The Bill seeks for the administration of Cantonments with a view to impart greater democratization, modernization and efficiency thereof and to achieve greater developmental objectives in alignment with municipalities across the country. The Bill also intends to facilitate the “ease of living” in cantonments. The Indian Antarctica Bill, 2022: The Bill seeks to provide harmonious policy and regulatory framework for India‟s Antarctic activities and to provide national measures for protecting the Antarctic environment and dependent and associated ecosystem as per the Antarctic Treaty, the Convention on the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources and to Protocol on the Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty. The Emigration Bill, 2022: The Bill seeks to replace the Emigration Act, 1983: The proposed legislation seeks to establish a robust, transparent and comprehensive emigration management framework that facilities safe and orderly migration. The Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (Amendment) Bill, 2022: The Bill is for amending PFRDA Act, 2013 to fulfil the Budget Announcement 2019 regarding the separation of National Pension System (NPS) Trust from PFRDA and Budget announcement 2020 for ensuring universal pension coverage. The amendments have also been proposed to address gaps perceived in the course of implementation of PFRDA Act, 2013 and the NPS. The proposed amendments are for strengthening PFRDA to enforce discipline in timely deduction, remittance and investment of contributions; bring clarity in provisions for uniform regulation; for increasing pension coverage through establishment of other trusts for old age income security and auto enrollment; and enabling choice of more pension payout options to subscribers at the time of exit from NPS. The National Dental Commission Bill, 2022: The Bill proposes for setting up a National Dental Commission and to repeal the Dentists Act, 1948. The Identification of Prisoners Bill, 2022: The Bills seeks to expand the scope of „measurements‟ to be taken and to widen the ambit of persons whose measurements can be taken with a view to strengthen the provisions of the Act. Also to make provision for a central authority to collect and preserve record of measurements. The Metro Rail (Construction, Operation and Maintenance) Bill, 2022: The Bill proposes to provide legal framework for construction, operation and maintenance of metro rail projects including those under Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode. After enactment of the Bill, the new Act will replace the Metro Railways (Operation and Maintenance) Act, 2002 and the Metro Railways (Construction of Works) Act, 1978 and Calcutta Metro Railway (Operation and Maintenance) Temporary Provisions Act, 1985. The Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Amendment Bill, 2022: The Bill seeks to amend the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Amendment Act, 1957. The Energy Conservation (Amendment) Bill, 2022: The Bill seeks to provide regulatory framework for Carbon Trading in India, It also seeks to encourage penetration of Renewable in energy mix, and effective implementation and enforcement of the “Energy Conservation Act”. The Constitution (Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes) Order (Amendment) Bill, 2022: The Bill will revise the List of SC and ST in Uttar Pradesh. The bill will be subject to obtaining a clearance from the ECI. The Constitution (Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes) Order (Amendment) Bill, 2022: The Bill is for revision of List of SC and ST in Jharkhand. The Constitution (Scheduled Tribes) Order (Amendment) Bill, 2022: The BIll is for revision of List of Scheduled Tribes (ST) in Tripura. The Budget session of Parliament started Monday. The first half of the session will conclude on February 11. Second half of the session will start on March 13 and conclude on April 8.