Election of president of India

Election of president of India

The constitution of India provides for a parliamentary system of government unlike presidential system in countries like USA. Thus president of India is the nominal head and the real head of government is council of ministers headed by prime minster. How president of India is elected? Election of President of India is by an electoral college consisting of : The elected members of both houses of the parliament The elected members of the legislative assemblies of the state The elected members of the legislative assemblies of the Union Territory of…

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Fundamental Duties

Fundamental Duties

The fundamental duties in the Indian Constitution are inspired by the Constitution of former Soviet Union. The fundamental duties were incorporated in the Indian constitution as per 42nd amendment act based on Sawaran Singh committee recommendations. The fundamental duties are incorporated in Article 51 A of the constitution. These are mentioned in Part VI A of the constitution. Following are the eleven fundamental duties under Indian constitution. According to Article 51 A,it shall be the duty of every citizen of India: To abide by the Constitution and respect its ideals…

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Sessions of Parliament

Sessions of Parliament

Under the conventions established in India the parliament meets in 3 regular sessions every year and it may also meet in special sessions .The regular and specials Sessions of Parliament are summoned by the president on the advice of the Council of ministers Regular Sessions of Parliament are of three type. They are Budget session ,Monsoon session and  Winter session. Budget Sessions :- It’s the first sessions of the year .It is the longest and the most important session of the three Sessions of Parliament .It always begins with an…

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