I told her that our minds should be embedded with thoughts of the nation and that the nation is always bigger than the individual. The President also appoints the Attorney General for India, the Auditor and Comptroller General of India, Judges of the Supreme Court and the High Courts of India, Members of the Finance Commission, Union Public Service Commission, Chief Election Commissioner and other members of the Commission, special Officers such as those for Linguistic Minorities, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes, etc. He is spokesman of his House and represent his House on every occasion. Summary: India is a parliamentary form of where the President is the head of the nation but he is the nominal executive. The President is the formal head of the executive, legislature and judiciary of India. He resigned after a few months to take part in the presidential elections.
The financial emergency powers of the President have never been put to test ever in the last six decades. Also, we were not confined to conducting scientific research. The president enjoys judicial powers, primarily to rectify judicial errors, grant pardons and reprieves from punishment. He also receives the credentials of diplomatic representatives of foreign countries. The President is responsible for all ceremonial functions.
The President is responsible for making a wide variety of appointments. He should also not hold any office of profit under the Government of India or any state legislature. He also appoints the judges of the Supreme Court and the High Courts in the states, besides appointing the Attorney General and Comptroller and auditor General of India. A lawyer by profession, Kovind practiced in the Delhi High Court and Supreme Court of India till 1993. All contracts and assurances of property made on behalf of the Government of India are expressed to be made in the name of the President.
Archived from on 10 February 2009. Similarly Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed and Giani Zail Singh were not the Vice-Presidents, before they adorned the office of the President. Reddy was the only from the Janata Party to get elected from Andhra Pradesh. However, one must remember that the office of the President and the Vice President cannot be combined in one person, as per the Constitution of India. But for this purpose a person who occupies the office of the President, Governor or holds a Ministerial post either in the centre or in the state, shall not be deemed to be a holder of office of profit. The Chief Election Commissioner and other Election Commissioners 7. Article 55 : Manner of election of President 1 As far as practicable, there shall be uniformity in the scale of representation of the different States at the election of the President.
Functions of the Vice-President : The Vice-President of India is ex-officio chairman of the Rajya Sabha and in that capacity he performs all such functions which a Presiding Officer of the House is required to perform. Assent to Legislation: Every Bill passed by the two Houses of the Parliament is presented before the President for his assent. Military Powers: The President has the powers to take action as to declaration of war or peace but the exercise of such powers is to be regulated by the Parliament. The Vice President is the 'ex-officio' Chairperson of the Rajya Sabha. Presidents by state of birth Seven Presidents have been members of a political party before being elected. The government decided to withdraw the decision in deference to the advice of the President. Procedure for the Election of the Vice-President 4.
The Vice President is the 'ex-officio' Chairperson of the Rajya Sabha. I have always regarded myself as an Indian. Further differences among the President and the Prime Minister are: President of India Prime Minister of India Style President Within India His Excellency Outside India Mr. Name Took office Left office Profiles 1 Shri Ram Nath Kovind born on 1945 25th July 2017 Incumbent Fourteenth President of India and ex-Governor of Bihar 2 Pranab Mukherjee born on 1935 25th July 2012 25th July 2017 Thirteenth President of India and a senior leader of the Indian National Congress. All the legislative powers of the State go to the Parliament.
Powers of Indian President can be broadly classified under 8 headings. The President has the power to dissolve the Lok Sabha. The President is also responsible for all ceremonial functions. He can also return it to the Parliament, unless it's a Money Bill or a Constitutional Amendment Bill. Among other critical powers, he enjoys the pardoning power, whereby he can pardon the death sentence awarded to a convict. Powers and Functions of the Vice President The Vice President of India, after the President, is the highest dignitary of India, and certain powers are attached to the office of the Vice President.
The parliamentary government has both a President and a Prime Minister. The prime minister selects and can dismiss other members of the cabinet; allocates posts to members within the Government; is the presiding member and chairman of the cabinet and is responsible for bringing proposal of legislation. Giri was challenged by a group of Members of Parliament on the plea that nomination papers of some of the candidates were wrongly rejected whereas those of V. Powers and functions of the Vice President The Vice President of India, after the President, is the highest dignitary of India, and certain powers are attached to the office of the Vice President. The president is the Supreme Commander of the Indian Armed Forces and all officers' appointments are made by him or her, including that of the chiefs. A total of 14 days advance notice must be given prior to the initiation of the removal proceedings of the Vice President.
Judicial powers The President enjoys judicial powers, primarily to rectify judicial errors, grant pardons and reprieves from punishment. The Prime Minister decides which ministers will work under him and which minister will head which department. Legislative Powers: These include Summoning, Prorogation and Dissolution of the Houses of the Parliament and dissolution of the lower House Lok Sabha. His position is one of honour, dignity, as well as of influence. The President also has the right to give amnesty to prisoners and declare national, state, or financial emergencies. Article 54 : Election of President The President shall be elected by the members of an electoral college consisting of — a the elected members of both Houses of Parliament; and b the elected members of the Legislative Assemblies of the States.