Executory Power :- 

Introduction :- Part V of the Constitution (Articles 52 to 78) deal with the Union executive. The Union executive is made up of the President, Vice President, Prime Minister, Council of Ministers, and the Attorney General of India. The Union's executive power is vested in the President, who exercises it either directly or through officers’ subordinate to him in... Continue Reading →

Legislative Power :-

legislative power means the power to enact primary legislation subject to the procedural or substantive constraints set out in the Constitution and applying to each sphere of government; India is governed by a Parliamentary system modelled after the British system, with two Houses of Parliament. The President of India is the national or titular Head of... Continue Reading →

Article 156 – Term of the Office of the Governor

Introduction :-  Article 156 describe the term of office of the Governor at how much time the governor can stay in its office  A governor  holds office more than 5 years tills the date form the date of the comencement of the oath , He /she is privledge to be in his office untill his/her sucessor comes... Continue Reading →

Qualification for appointment of the Governor

Definition :-  No person shall be eligible for appointment as Governor unless he is a citizen of India He has completed the age of thirty five years He /she shouldn’t be the member of any house or any state legislature He/she shouldn’t  hold any office of profit. The Normal term of the governor is 5... Continue Reading →

Article 158

Introduction :-  Condition of  the governor office . (1) The Governor shall not be a member of either House of Parliament or of a House of the Legislature of any State specified in the First Schedule, and if a member of either House of Parliament or of a House of the Legislature of any such State... Continue Reading →

Oath by Governor – Article – 159

  Definition :- Every Governor and every person discharging the functions of the Governor shall, before entering upon his office, make and subscribe in the presence of the Chief Justice of the High Court exercising jurisdiction in relation to the State, or, in his absence, the seniormost Judge of that Court available, an oath or affirmation... Continue Reading →

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