The winter session of Parliament will see over 35 legislations taken up, including the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019.
The session, which will begin on November 18 and end on December 13, will see a total of 20 sittings.
The Central government is likely to push for passage of the Citizenship Bill that seeks to grant citizenship to non-Muslim migrants from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, and Pakistan.
The bill is a key BJP plank which is aimed at granting nationality to non-Muslim immigrants from neighbouring countries.
The BJP-led NDA government had introduced the bill in its previous tenure but could not push it through due to vehement protests by opposition parties.
The bill was passed in the last Lok Sabha but government did not table it Rajya Sabha following protests from different quarters.
The Bill lapsed following the dissolution of the last Lok Sabha.
The Bill is likely to be introduced afresh in the winter session.
It will have to be passed by both Houses in order to become a law.
There has been strong opposition to the bill in Assam and other northeastern states