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  • 1. Pooja Singhal, Ph.D Research Scholar, JMI

2. The division of power between the stategovernment and and the centre or uniongovernmentUNION GOVERNMENT STATEGOVERNMENTPOWERPooja Singhal, Ph.D Research Scholar, JMI 3. Consist of issues of national concern. ExUNION LIST: Currency, Defence Only union govt can make laws. Consist of issues of state concern. Ex : STATE LIST Housing, transport Only state govt can make laws Consist of issues common in both theCONCURRENTlist. Ex : Education LIST Both the govt can make lawsPooja Singhal, Ph.D Research Scholar, JMI 4. India is a republic The head of the Indian union is thepresident It comprise of council of minister The ministers are collectively responsible Following British pattern India has adoptedthe parliamentary form of government Pooja Singhal, Ph.D Research Scholar, JMI 5. The founding fathers chose theparliamentary form of government as theygained some experience of operating itunder British rule Further there were advantages incontinuing the established institutions It was best suited to accommodate variedinterest of India Pooja Singhal, Ph.D Research Scholar, JMI 6. Union legislature is also known asPARLIAMENT The parliament consist s of the president,the council of states i.e Rajya Sabha andthe house of people i.e Lok Sabha The members of both the houses is knownas MPs or members of the parliament The parliament has to meet at least twicein a year Pooja Singhal, Ph.D Research Scholar, JMI 7. LOK SABHA RAJYA SABHA It is also known as lower It is also known as upperhouse house It is green in color It is green in color It consist of 550 members It consist of 250 members Members are directly Members are directlyelected elected To become its member To become its memberthe person must be 25ys the person must be 25ysof ageof age Presiding officer is Presiding officer is vice-speaker president Pooja Singhal, Ph.D Research Scholar, JMI 8. LOK SABHARAJYA SABHAPooja Singhal, Ph.D Research Scholar, JMI 9. Can you list fewdifferences in thepowers of Indianpresident & U.SPresident? Pooja Singhal, Ph.D Research Scholar, JMI 10. Election Commission is an independentbody that conduct elections It performs the following functions: Fix the dateMarkElectoralconstituenciesrolls Polling boots,Declarevoting machinesresults Pooja Singhal, Ph.D Research Scholar, JMI 11. RULING PARTIES: A party secures themajority of seats in the parliament OPPOSITION PARTY: The party inopposition. They act as a check on theruling party by criticising its policiesPooja Singhal, Ph.D Research Scholar, JMI 12. POWERSPower of making lawsPutting laws into actionControl over financePower to provide justiceMaking few changes in the constitution Pooja Singhal, Ph.D Research Scholar, JMI 13. FIRST READINGSECOND READINGTHIRD READINGBILL IN OTHER HOUSEPRESIDENTS ASSENT Pooja Singhal, Ph.D Research Scholar, JMI

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