P.M is the head of council of the minister. Art-74: council of minister 1.cabinet minister 2.minister of state: second rank minister 3.deputy minister: junior most minister
The size of the council of minister includingthe p.m shall not exceed 15% of totalstrength of lok sabha. Functions of P.M: The P.M is the head of council of minister. The P.M is the central to the formation of thecouncil of ministers it is on his advice thatthe president appoints another minister inthe council of minister. If the p.m resigns ordies than the whole council of minister ceaseto exist.
The p.m is the means of communication b/wthe council of minister if the president hecommunicates to the president all thedecisions of the council of minister The P.M Chair the cabinate meetings & setsthe agenda for such a meeting. He caninterfere in the working of any ministry. He isthe main spokes person of the govt. of india.
FUNCTIONS OF PARLIAMENTS: DELIBERATIVE FUNCTIONS Functions of representation
1. deliberative functions: It makes laws for a smooth administration ofthe country. It discussed the issued faced by commonman it provided a platform to the apposition toscrutinised. The policy of the govt. It puts a financial cheque on the exceutive.
Represents the people Represents certain sections of the society Represents the state(in rajya sabha) Q. What parliament consist off. Ans. Parliament consist of president councilof states (rajya sabha) lok sabha- house ofpeople.
Parliament 1. president 2. council of states(rajya sabha) 245members, 12 nominated, chairman- vice-president 3.Lok sabha----house of people 545members, 2 nominated by the president fromthe anglo indian community
It is presiding officer of the lok sabha speaker& deputy speaker. Session of the parliament: Regular: budget session- most imp mid-febday Monsoon session—july-aug Winter session—shortest of all the sessions –mid nov-mid dec
Q. Decline of the parliament and why. Ans. Absenteeism among the members Lack of discipline Law level of debate corruption cash for query misuse/under utilisation of MP Lad fund criminalisation