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The Governor: 30.10 (Laxmikant Summary)
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This lesson discusses the constitutional provisions for the governor.

Nandini Maharaj
MA in Applied Human Rights from Sheffield Hallam University, BA (Hons.) History from LSR, reader, dancer, love to teach, AIR 42 in 2018 UPSC

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very nice vedio mam or topic ke bhi bnayiye
Shalini Bhatt
a year ago
thank you ma' can watch more videos. check out my profile...follow me so that you can get notifications of my coming courses.
Anuja Anuja
a year ago
mam aap muje btaiye ki me meri English ko kese improve kru meri English bhut week hai or daily kitna tm du English ko
Shalini Bhatt
a year ago
you are banking aspirant or SSC?
Anuja Anuja
a year ago
banking mam
Shalini Bhatt
a year ago
okay firstly start reading news paper on daily basis...especially editorial page
Shalini Bhatt
a year ago
and start doing practice as much as possible...and you can ask doubts in comment box and you can message also
Anuja Anuja
a year ago
okk mam thank you so much mam😍😍
If seeking information from Cm is a constitutional discretion of Governor than seeking info from PM is also the constitutional discretion power of President!?
Thank you so much Maharaj ma'am.....

  2. ABOUT ME o BA (Hons.) History e Lady Shri Ram College for Women MA Applied Human Rights o Sheffield Hallam University o Kapila Hingorani Scholar o Hobbies: reading, dancing o Rate, review and recommend! o Follow me e

  3. TOPICS o Constitutional Position of the Governor

  4. CONSTITUTIONAL POSITION Article 154: executive power of the state is vested in the Governor o Nominal executive of the state o Real executive: council of ministers headed by the CM

  5. CONSTITUTIONAL POSITION Article 163: Council of ministers headed by the CM to aid and advise the Governor except in matters in which she has to exercise her discretion. Article 164: Council of Ministers shall be collectively responsible to the legislative assembly of the state. Foundation of the Partiamentary system of government in the state.

  6. CONSTITUTIONAL POSITION o Difference between the constitutional positions of the Governor and the President: o Governor has some matters within her discretion, President has none o Ministerial advice is binding on the President (42nd CA 1976). No such provision w.rt, the Governor.

  7. CONSTITUTIONAL POSITION o The Governor has constitutional discretion in the olLowina cases: o Reservation of a bull for the consideration oft e President, o Recommendation for the imposition of Presidents Rule in the state o When exercising functions as the administrator of a UT in case of additional charge

  8. CONSTITUTIONAL POSITION o The Governor has constitutional discretion in the following cases: o Determining the amount payable by the Governmenb of Assam, Meghalya, Tripua and Mizoram to an autonomous Tribal District Council as royalty accruing from License for mineral exploration o Seeking information from the CM w.r.t. administrative and Legislative matters of the state.

  9. CONSTITUTIONAL POSITION o If any question arises if a matter is within the discretion of the governor, then the decision of the governor is final. o validity of anything done by her cannot be called into question on the ground that she ought to not have acted in her discretion.

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