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Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Important things about the Constitution of India

Important things about the Constitution of India
  The President, Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha are three parts of all three parliaments.
 The executive, the legislature and the judiciary are the organs of administration.
 The President is the Constitutional Head.
The President is the head of all three armies.
 A prior approval of the President is required to introduce a financial bill.
 Parliament The President has the power to issue orders, declare a crisis in the country, and pardon the death sentence for criminals when Parliament is not running.
The Vice President is the Speaker of the Rajya Sabha.
Sabha is the lower and upper house of the Lok Sabha and the upper house of Parliament.
The maximum number of Lok Sabha members is 2 and the Rajya Sabha has a maximum of 2.
 The financial bill was first introduced in the Lok Sabha.
 Cabinet cabinet is responsible for the Lok Sabha.
 The Territ President has the power to legislate in relation to territorial powers.
  may be removed from office by the impeachment proceedings, the President, the Supreme Court Judge, the High Court Judge and the CAG.
  The President of India can use Pocket Vito power.
 1/3 of the Rajya Sabha members retire every two years.
The Rajya Sabha has the power to create a new administrative service cadre for the Center.
 The President appoints Prime Ministers and Ministers (as advised by the Prime Minister).
  If a motion of no-confidence is passed on one of the ministers, the Prime Minister will have to resign to the entire cabinet.
 Presidential elections are held by elected members of Rajya Sabha, Lok Sabha and State Legislative Assembly.
 If the Lok Sabha approves the proposal passed by the Rajya Sabha to remove the Vice-President from office, the Vice-President may be removed from office.
  Minimum age limit for assembly and Lok Sabha elections.  And the minimum age limit in the Legislative Council and Rajya Sabha is 5 years.
 Lok Sabha term is years and Rajya Sabha term is years.
 Controls the seats of the Lok Sabha and chairs the seats of both the Houses of Parliament.
 Sabha Lok Sabha Speaker and Vice-President Resign One Another
  After the dissolution of the Lok Sabha, the post of the Speaker of the Lok Sabha continues till the new Lok Sabha is elected.
  The Supreme Court and the High Court are defenders of the Constitution.
Parliament may amend the Constitution.
 A Supreme Court has the right to a judicial review.
 The Supreme Court is a record court.
 Justice may be sought in the High Court or the Supreme Court for infringement of constitutional fundamental rights.
 The President may appoint the Governor and remove him.
 The Governor is the Constitutional Head of the State.
  During the constitutional crisis, the governor manages the state on behalf of the president.
  The Governor appoints the Chief Minister and the Cabinet.
 Approval of the Governor is required to introduce a financial bill in the State Legislature.
The state legislature includes the governor, the legislature and the legislative council.
  The Governor has the power to call, postpone or dissolve the session of the State Legislature.
The Governor can forgive the offender but not the death sentence.
The maximum number of members of the state legislature is 1 and at least 2.
 Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Goa is the number of constituencies in Goa,
 The three lowest are Sikkim and most are from Uttar Uttar Pradesh.

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