Political Science(GS) Union Executive-Prime Minister of India Revision (Page 1 of 2)
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Remuneration of Prime Minister of India
By Article 75 of the Constitution, the remuneration is decided by the Parliament, of the Prime Minister and his ministers. This is renewed time and again.
Constitutional Framework and Position of Prime Minister
The Prime Minister of India is the chief of Government, head of the Council of Ministers and the leader of the majority party in parliament. The Prime Minister leads the executive branch of the Government of India.
The Prime Minister… (162 more words) …
Selection Process - Eligibility to be Prime Minister of India
Article 84 requires to fulfill the following eligibility criteria to take the position of Prime Minister.
- He should be a citizen of India
- He should be a member of the Lok Sabha or Rajya Sabha. If he is not, then… (86 more words) …
Council of Ministers of India
Council Of Ministers should be necessarily members of either Rajya Sabha or Lok Sabha.
Union Council of Ministers consisting of Cabinet Ministers, Ministers of State and the Deputy Ministers is headed by the Prime Minister.
The Constitution specifies how many… (95 more words) …
Role and Power of the Prime Minister
The Prime Minister leads the functioning and exercise of authority of the Government of India.
He is appointed by the President of India and is chosen to be the head of the ruling majority party in the Parliament. He, thus… (278 more words) …