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Political and Permanent Executives
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The lesson discusses about the political and permanent executive in detail. It also deals with the President and his functions in detail. The discretionary powers of President are also discussed.

Charu Modi is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Charu Modi
Having completed Masters in Law with gold medal from Lucknow University, qualified NET in July 2018 and has taught at Ambition Law Institute

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bara hi piyara video Raha....sir..... shukriya sir
Why using her for the president post?
sry ... but your voice me so low .. plz put your mic more close so that the voice is clear
He can use veto where he will hold bills he is bound only in certain cases only Thxs
Mam is it correct ...or not Pls xpln frthr Ministers are elected by people, u said that (slide 5) We elect just on our part i.e mp or mla Ministera i think they got elected on behalf of decison taken by our reprentative
'confidence' what adjactly mean??

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  3. EXECUTIVE They are in charge of the 'execution' of the policies of the government. POLITICAL EXECUTIVE One that is elected by the people for a specific period. PERMANENT EXECUTIVE * people are appointed on a long-term basis. . people are appointed on a long-term b

  4. PERMANANT EXECUTIVE Persons working in civil services are called civil servants. They remain in office even when the ruling party changes. These officers work under political executive. The civil servant is usually more educated and has more expert knowledge of the subject Eg--The advisors working in the Finance Ministry know more about economics than the Finance Minister.

  5. SEPARATE POLITICAL EXECUTIVE The minister is elected by the people and thus empowered to exercise the will of the people on their behalf and therefore answerable to the people. The minister is not an expert in the matters of her ministry.

  6. THE PRESIDENT The President is the head of the State. The President is not elected directly by the people The elected Members of Parliament (MPs) and the elected Members of the Legislative Assemblies (MLAs) elect her.

  7. FUNCTIONS The head of the State exercises only nominal powers The head of the State exercises only nominal powers All governmental activities take place in the name of the President. All laws and major policy decisions of the government are issued in her name. . All major appointments are made in the name of the President. These include the appointment of the Chief Justice of India, the Judges of the Supreme Court and the High Courts of the states, the Governors of the states, the Election Commissioners, ambassadors to other countries, etc. All international treaties and agreements are made in the name of the President. The President is t he supreme commander of the defense forces of India.

  8. The President exercises all these powers only on the advice of the Council of Ministers. .The President can ask the Council of Ministers to reconsider its advice. But if the same advice is given again, she is bound to act according to it. Similarly, with the parliament also ding to t

  9. Appoint the Prime Minister- When no party or coalition gets a majority in the Lok Sabha, the President exercises her discretion * The President can ask the newly appointed Prime Minister to prove majority support in the Lok Sabha within a specified time