These ordinances are submitted to the state legislature at its next session. The consults the governor in the appointment of judges of the and the governor appoints the judges of the District Courts. The normal term of office is five years but may be terminated earlier by i dismissal by the President or ii resignation addressed to the President. The Act provided that the other Governors under the East India Company could not declare war, make peace or conclude a treaty with an Indian prince unless expressly directed to do so by the Governor-General or by the Company's Court of Directors. Thus a nominated Governor may prove to be an asset to a state. Income for the central government is from , , etc.
The chief secretary is also the administrative head of the government. The officer had direct control only over Fort William, but supervised other officials in India. The President consults the Governor of the State in making appointments of the judges of the High Court. Introduction to the Constitution of India. Power is between the and state governments. This is a clear departure from the practice in the United States where the Governor is directly elected by the people of the state.
A state legislature that has two houses known as Vidhan Sabha and , is a bicameral legislature. I live in Washington state. Financial Powers : The Governor of the State has similar financial powers as the President. He also holds the power to make advances out of the Contingency Fund of the State in the case of any unforeseen circumstances. Science and Technology, Electronics, Information Technology, Muslim Waqf and Haj 43.
Jai Pratap Singh Excise and Liquor prohibition 21. Archived from on 5 April 2013. What is the term of governor? The only exception is Chandigarh. Only the first and last Governors-General — and — as well as some provisional Governors-General, had no honorific titles at all. This power of the Governor is similar as the President of India, Queen of Great Britain or President of the United States of America has. This depends on where you are.
What sort of experience require in administrative or political world? There are two types of states aredifferent political levels. It is also felt that more than changes in the Constitution, it is the establishment of healthy conventions which can improve the situation. I hope this is not the case!. The decision of the Council was binding on the Governor-General. Other judges are appointed by the President of India on the advice of the Chief Justice of the High Court. S Lakshmi Narasimhan Arunachal Pradesh: General Rtd.
A sovereign state is a nation, country, etc. The Vidhan Sabha is the lower house and corresponds to the Lok Sabha. Note that the role of a Lieutenant Governor varies greatly from place to place, with the only commonality being their titles. Normally, there is a Governor for each state but the constitution Act. The real powers in the executive dealings of a state rest with the Chief Minister and the Council of Ministers. Governance in India 2nd Edition. Transport, Protocol, Energy MoS 31.
While the central government handles military and external affairs etc. After the capital moved from Calcutta to Delhi, the Viceroy occupied the newly built Viceroy's House, designed by. The constitution does not specify grounds on which the Governors may be dismissed. However, the rank is present only in the union territories of , Delhi and the other territories have an administrator appointed, who is an officer or retired judges of courts. There are also eight police zones and eighteen police ranges in the state.
Similarly, the Administrative Reforms Commission on Centre-State Relations 1969 suggested that appropriate guidelines should be issued to the Governors by the President. The decision of the Governor would be final and it cannot be questioned and inquired into in any court. Name of Minister Rank Portfolio Cabinet ministers 1. Narasimhan December 28, 2009 Arunachal Pradesh B. In 1858, as a consequence of the the previous year, the territories and assets of the East India Company came under the direct control of the ; as a consequence the was succeeded by the. Archived from on 17 July 2012. The Governor has sometimes not used the discretionary powers in the proper manner.
The Governor must meet all the eligibility criteria enumerated above, to be appointed by the President. But a healthy convention grew up that the Chief Minister was consulted. Even with those plausible drawbacks, the system of appointed Governors was accepted in India for some very important reasons. The executive powers of the State are vested in the Governor and all executive actions of the State have to be taken in the name of the Governor. In this respect the constitution of India has followed the Canadian practice. A bill that the state legislature has passed, can become a law only after the governor gives assent.
The governor is appointed by the for a term of five years, and holds office at the President's pleasure. The Constitution gives to the Governor the following powers: i Sessions of State Legislature; Prorogation and Dissolution: The Governor summons and prorogues the sessions of the State Legislature. The governor acts as the nominal head whereas the real power lies in the hand of the chief ministers of the states and the chief minister's Council of Ministers. Forest and Environment and Zoo 23. As provided under the Act, there were to be four members of the Council elected by the Court of Directors. The Governor of the States of India is appointed by the President of India for a period of five years.