IAS (Admin.) IAS Mains GS Paper 2 (Governance, Polity, Social Justice, & IR) Governance and Polity-Parliament and State Legislatures Study Material (Page 34 of 46)

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State Legislature, Composition of Assembly Strength

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State Legislature

Introduction

  • Articles 168 to 212 in Part VI of the Constitution deal with the organization, composition, duration, officers, procedures, privileges, powers and so on of the state legislature.
  • There is no uniformity in the organization of state legislatures. Most of the states have a unicameral system, while others have a bicameral system.
  • At present (2020) , only six states have two Houses (bicameral) . These are Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Maharashtra and Karnataka.
  • The Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Council …

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State Legislature: Composition of Council Strength, Duration of Assembly

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State Legislature

Composition of Council Strength

  • Unlike the members of the legislative assembly, the members of the legislative council are indirectly elected. The maximum strength of the council is fixed at one-third of the total strength of the assembly and the minimum strength is fixed at 406.
  • It means that the size of the council depends on …

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