IAS (Admin.) IAS Mains GS Paper 2 (Governance, Polity, Social Justice, & IR) Governance and Polity-Parliament and State Legislatures Study Material (Page 23 of 46)

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Prorogation, Dissolution, the Question Hours, Zero Hour, Adjournment Motion, Calling Attention Notices, Short Duration Discussions: 1953

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Prorogation

It terminates the Session. The power of prorogation is exercised by the President on the advice of his Council of Ministers.

Dissolution

  • It brings the House of People to an end. It may take place in either of two ways-by efflux of time, i.e.. , on the expiry of its term of five years, or the terms as extended during the Proclamation of Emergency and
  • by an exercise of the President՚s power under Article 85 (2) .

The Question Hours

The First hour of every s…

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Mentions under Rule 377, Substantive Motion, No Date Yet Motion, Resolutions, Parliamentary Control over Finance, Cut Motion, Principle of Guillotine, Appropriation Bill

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Mentions under Rule 377

1966- can be asked immediately after the question hour. ‘Zero hour’ .

Substantive Motion

  • Self-contained independent proposals submitted for the approval of the House and drafted in such a way as to be capable of expressing a decision of the House; Thanks to the President Address motion for adjournment on a matter of public importance, motion of no confidence, motion for election hour removal speaker, Deputy Speaker, Chairman, Vice Chairman. Subsidiary Motion:
  • Notice given to S. G. ,…

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