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  1. President.
  2. Vice President.
  3. Prime Minister.
  4. Governors of states within their respective states.
  5. Former President. 5A. Deputy Prime Minister.
  6. Chief Justice of India.
  7. Cabinet Ministers of the Union.Chief Ministers of states within their respective states. Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission. Former Prime Minister. Leaders of Opposition in the Rajya Sabha and the Lok Sabha.  
    7A. Holders of the Bharat Ratna decoration.
  8. Ambassadors Extraordinary and plenipotentiary and High Commissioners of Commonwealth countries accredited to India. Chief Ministers of states outside their respective states.
  9. Judges of the Supreme Cour t. 
     9A.
    Chief Election Commissioner.
  10. Deputy Chairman, Rajya Sabha. Deputy Chief Ministers of states. Deputy Speaker, Lok Sabha. Members of the Planning Commission. Ministers of State of the Union (and any other Minister in the Ministry of Defence for defence matters)
  11. Attorney General of India. Cabinet Secretary. Lieutenant Governors within their Respective union territories.
  12. Chiefs of Staff holding the rank of full General or equivalent rank.
  13. Envoys Extraordinary and Ministers Plenipotentiary accredited to India.
  14. Chairmen and Speakers of state legislatures within their respective states. Chief Justice of High Courts within their respective jurisdictions.
  15. Cabinet Ministers in states within their respective states. Chief Ministers of union territories and Chief Executive Councillor, Delhi, within their respective union territories. Deputy Ministers of the Union.
  16. Officiating Chiefs of Staff holding the rank of Lieutenant General or equivalent rank.
  17. Chairman, Central Administrative Tribunal. Chairman, Minorities Commission. Chairman, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Commission. Chairman, Union Public Service Commission. Chief Justice of High Courts within their respective jurisdictions.
  18. Cabinet Ministers in states outside their respective states. Chairmen and Speakers of state legislatures outside their respective states. Chairman, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Commission. Deputy Chairman and Deputy Speakers of state legislatures within their respective states. Ministers of State in states within their respective states. Ministers of union territories and Executive Councillors, Delhi, within their respective union territories. Speakers of legislative assemblies in union territories and Chairman of Delhi Metropolitan Council within their respective union territories.
  19. Chief Commissioners of union territories not having Councils of Ministers, within their respective union territories. Deputy Ministers in states within their receptive states. Deputy Speakers of legislative assemblies in union territories and Deputy Chairman of Metropolitan Council Delhi, within their respective union territories.
  20. Deputy Chairmen and Deputy Speakers of state legislatures, outside their respective states.
  21. Members of Parliament.
  22. Deputy Ministers in states, outside their respective states.
  23. Army Commanders/Vice Chief of the Army Staff or equivalent in other services. Chief Secretaries to state governments within their respective states. Commissioner for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes. Members, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Commission. Officers of the rank of full General or equivalent rank. Secretaries to the Government of India (including officers holding this office ex-officio). Secretary, Minorities Commission. Tribes Commission. Secretary to the President. Secretary to the Prime Minister. Secretary, Rajya Sabha/Lok Sabha. Solicitor General. Vice Chairman, Central Administrative Tribunal.
  24. Officers of the rank of Lieutenant General or equivalent rank.
  25. Additional Secretaries to the Government of India. Additional Solicitor General. Advocate Generals of states. Chairman, Tariff Commission. Charge d' Affairs and Acting High Commissioners a pied and ad interim. Chief Ministers of union territories and Chief Executive Councillor, Delhi, outside their respective union territories. Chief Secretaries of state governments outside their respective states. Deputy Comptroller and Auditor General. Deputy Speakers of legislative assemblies in union territories and deputy Chairman. Delhi Metropolitan Council, outside their respective union territories. Director, Central Bureau of nvestigation. Director General, Central Reserve Police. Director, Intelligence Bureau. Lieutenant Governors outside their respective union territories. Members, Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Commission. Members, Union Public Service Commission. Ministers of union territories and Executive Councillors, Delhi, outside their respective union territories. Principal Staff Officers of the Armed Forces of the rank of Major General or equivalent rank. Speakers of legislative assemblies in union territories and Chairman of Delhi Metropolitan Council, outside their respective union territories.
  26. Joint Secretaries of the Government of India and officers of the rank of Major General or equivalent rank.

 

Facts to be Remembered

  • The members of the Constituent Assembly of India were elected by the provincial assemblies.
  • The 44th amendment (renumbered as the 32rd amendment) restored to the high courts and Supreme Court their jurisdiction to consider the validity of any central or state law.
  • Agriculture is contained in the concurrent List.
  • In a parliamentary system, the executive is responsible to the legislature.
  • The Vice-President of India is elected by the members of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.
  • The President of the Union of India has the same constitutional authority as the British monarch.
  • To be eligible for membership of the Lok Sabha a candidate should not be below 25 years.
  • Who is authorised to decide disputes regarding qualification of a member of Parliament?— Election Commissioner.
  • Name one state which has no Legislative Council. — West Bengal
  • The most controversial provision in the 42nd amendment pertains to the supremacy of Parliament.
  • A case of dispute in the presidential election is referred to the Supreme Court of India.
  • Panchayati Raj administration is primarily aimed at arousing in the people of each area intensive and continuous interest in the commumity development programme
  • Panchayati Raj, as introduced in 1959, operated at village, block and district levels.
  • The Indian Constitution provided a special status to Jammu and Kashmir
  • Who acted as Prime Minister of the interium government of India after independenc? — C. Raja Gopalachri
  • Nagaland has no Panchayati Raj set-up
  • The council of ministers is collectively responsible to the LokSabha.
  • The Finance Commission is constituted every five years.
  • The second President of India was S. Radhakrishnan.
  • Who conducts elections to the Lok Sabha and legislative assemblies of states? — Chief Election Commissioner.

 


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