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Our parliament, savathikaa, v class


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  • 1. e-project on Presented by Our parliament V.Sathvika ID No:273-0056 5th A Narayana E-Techno,Guntur
  • 2. Introduction to Parliament Parliament is the supreme legislative body of the country The word Parliament is derived from the Latin word “Parliamentum”. Parliament comprises of president and 2 houses (1) Lok sabha (2) Rajya sabha Constitution of India came into force on 26th January 1950
  • 3. Lok sabha
  • 4. Lok sabha  Lok Sabha is the body of representatives of the people.  Its members are elected every five years by the adult population of the country who are eligible to vote.  The minimum age for becoming member of the Lok sabha is 25 years.  The present membership of Lok sabha is 545 and the number is divided among different states.  One of the members from the Lok Sabha is elected as the Speaker of the House
  • 5. Speaker of Lok Sabha The Speaker is the Presiding Officer of the Lok Sabha in the Parliament House. a member belonging to the ruling party is elected The Honourable speaker the Speaker. Meira Kumar
  • 6. Power of Speaker Speaker presides the sessions of Lok Sabha. He/She decides whether bill is a money bill or a non money bill. He/She permits the moving of various kinds of motions and resolutions in parliament Speaker decides on the agenda to be taken up for discussion during the whole meeting.
  • 7. Rajya sabha
  • 8. Rajya sabha  Rajya Sabha is the Upper House of Parliament.  Maximum members of Rajya sabha are 250.  Members of Rajya Sabha are elected by the Legislative Assemblies of the various States  Twelve of Rajya Sabha members are nominated by the President who have earned distinction in the fields of literature, art, science and social service.  For becoming a member of the Rajya Sabha, The members have to be at least 30 years of age.
  • 9. Functions of Parliament To form or end the Government To represent the Electorate To legislate To hold the government accountable for its actions
  • 10. Cont…. To monitor the expenditure of public funds To be a forum for debate To be a forum for the expression of grievances To call for information
  • 11. Committees of Parliament 1.Committee on Commerce 2. Committee on Home Affairs 3. Committee on Human Resource Development 4. Committee on Industry 5. Committee on Science & Technology, Environment & Forests 6. Committee on Transport, Culture and Tourism 7. Committee on Agriculture 8. Committee on Information Technology
  • 12. Contd… 9. Committee on Defence 10. Committee on Energy 11. Committee on External Affairs 12. Committee on Finance 13. Committee on Food, Civil Supplies and Public Distribution 14. Committee on Labour and Welfare 15. Committee on Petroleum & Chemicals 16. Committee on Railways 17. Committee on Urban and Rural Development