IAS (Admin.) IAS Mains GS Paper 2 (Governance, Polity, Social Justice, & IR) Governance and Polity-Parliament and State Legislatures Study Material (Page 32 of 46)

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Working of Parliamentary System: Summoning, Some Important Terms and Rules

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Working of Parliamentary System

Summoning

  • The president from time to time summons each House of Parliament to meet. But, the maximum gap between two sessions of Parliament cannot be more than six months. In other words, the Parliament should meet at least twice a year.
  • There are usually three sessions in a year, viz,
    • The Budget Session (February to May) ;
    • The Monsoon Session (July to September) ; and
    • The Winter Session (November to December) .

Some Important Terms and Rules

Some Important Terms and Rules
Leader of the HouseUnder the Rules of Lok Sabha, the ‘Leader of the House’ means the prime minister, if he is a member of the Lok Sabha, or a minister who is a member of the Lok Sabha and is nominated by the prime minister to function as the Leader of the House. There is also a ‘Leader of the House’ in the Rajya Sabha. He is a minister and a member of the Rajya Sabha and is nominated by the prime minister to function as such.

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Governor, Nature of Office of Governor, Powers of Governor

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Governor

Nature of Office of Governor

  • Part VI of the Constitution deals with the government in the states. Articles 153 to 167 in Part VI of the Constitution deal with the state executive. The state executive consists of the governor, the chief minister, the council of ministers and the advocate general of the state.
  • The governor is the chief executive head of the state. But, like the president, he is a nomin…

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