RAJYASABHA PRESENTED BY SANDESH SANKE
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Parliament Loksabha Rajyasabha 2.
COMPOSITION OF RAJYASABHA Maximum strength of Representatives - 250 Elected members 238 Members nominated by President 12
TENURE OF RAJYASABHA Rajyasabha is a permanent house and not subject to dissolution. e One third members retire after every two years and this vacancies are filled by conducting elections on those vacant seats A member of Rajyasabha hold office for the period of six years
QUALIFICATION OF MEMBERS Conditions to be eligible for conducting electiorn S/he must be a citizen of India. S/he must be above 30 years of the age. S/he must fulfill all to the qualifications as led down by an Act of Parliament. 2.
DISQUALIFICATIONS I. If he/she hold any office of profit under Government of India and any State Government If s/he is of unsound mind and is so declared by a competent Court. If s/he is an undischarged insolvent. If s/he is not a citizen of India or has voluntarily acquired citizenship of a foreign State. If s/he is so disqualified under any law made by Parliament. 3. 4 5.
METHOD OF ELECTION e This is an indirect election. Each state sends it's representatives as per number decided by Constitution Members of Legislative Assemblies can vote.
PRESIDING OFFICERS Chairman and Vice-chairman are Presiding Officers of Rajyasabha. Vice-president of India is the ex-officio chairman of Rajyasabha. Vice-president is not a member of Rajyasabha,but a person who becomes Vice-president of India automatically becomes the Chairman of Rajyasabha
TERMINATION OF CHAIRMAN OF RAJYASABHA . If s/he has resigned from his post. This post can become vacant due to death of Chairman of Rajyasabha. If resolution has been passed for removing him/her.
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