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SSC Study Notes: The Union Executive of India

SSC Study Notes The Union Executive of India

All about Union Executive (President of India)

Today we are going Share a very important Study Materials for Your Upcoming SSC Exams. This Study Notes Cover The Council of Ministers, The President, The Vice President and The Prime Minister. Here we discuss in details.

The Council of Ministers: The Union Executive

According to the Prime Minister of India a Council of Ministers is set up to co-operate the work process of President of India.It is three types:-1.Cabinet Ministers, 2.Ministers of Sates and 3.Deputy Ministers.The Council of Ministers dependent as per rule and regulation near to Lok Sabha according to Article-75(3).91st Amendment of the Indian Constitutions restricts the size of the Union Ministry. ‘Cabinet‘means Ministers with cabinet ranks.

The President: The Union Executive

Selection procedure mentioned in Article-54 and 55.
Minimum age should be-35 years.
The 1st citizen of republic India is –President.
President of India directly elected by-Elected State Assemblies, MPs and MLAs but nominated members do not take part in election of President of India.

The President of India elected by- single Transferable vote.
Tenure of President-5yrs.
The President of India has -3 types’ emergency powers.
Any no of times-President of India can seek re-election to his post.
Monthly salary-1.5 lakh and retirement pension- annually 9 lakh.
The following appointment made by President of India:- 1.Prime Minister,2.Member of central minister,3.Chief Justice of India,4.Chief of Air staff,5.Chief of Army,6.Attornery General,7.Comptroller and Auditor –General(CAG),8.State Governor,9. UPSC-Chairmen and Members, 10. Acting Chief Justice of Supreme Court.
President can selected 12 members for Rajya Sabha and 2 Anglo-Indian for Lok Sabha.
President of India impeached according to- Article-61 of the constitution of India.
President Impeachment- Both Elected and nominated members of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha vote.
1/4th members of either House of the President –can initiate impeachment of the President.
Presidential Ordinance can remain in force-for six months.
1st President of India hails from-Bihar(Dr.Rajendra Prasad)
14th President of India-Ramananda Kobind.
Any Money bill cannot be introduced in the Parliament without the consent of the President of India.

The Vice-President: The Union Executive

Selection procedure mentioned in Article-63.
Minimum age should be-35 years.
Tenure of President-5yrs.
The Vice-President of India is elected by-Members of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.
The Vice-President is the ex-officio chairmen of the Rajya Sabha.
If President wishes to resign he address to his resignation letter –to Vice-President.
The Supreme court of India has to look into all disputes with regard- to the election of the Vice-President
The Vice-President of India continues to be in office even after the expiry of his term till his successor takes place.
Vice-President of India can be removing by –Rajya Sabha alone.
Vice-President who also selected as a President in India is:-1.Dr.Radhakrishnan, 2.Dr.Jakir Hosen, 3.V.V.Giri, 4.R.Vencatramen, 5.Dr.Sankar Dayal Sharma, 6.K.R.Narayana.

The Prime Minister: The Union Executive

Selection procedure mentioned in Article-75(1).
Minimum age should be-25 years.
Tenure of Prime Minister-5yrs.
Prime Minister has the actual power under the Parliamentary form of Government.
Janata Dal party provided two Prime Minister in two year’s two times.
The Prime Minister is the Chairmen of National Integration Council.
Prime minister remains in his office as long as the support of majority of Lok Sabhs and confidence of Rajya Sabha.
Without becoming a Union Cabinet Minister H.D.Deve Gowda became Prime Minister.
Anti Defection bill was passed by Rajiv Gandhi prime minister of India.
Chaudhary Charan Singh the Prime Minister of India resigned before facing a vote of no-confidence in the Lok Sabha.
Sardar Ballabhbhai Patel was the 1st deputy Prime minister in India.

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