Published: May 19, 2009
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Category: General Knowledge (GK) Questions - 2020
the questions are really helpful n cool..kan we expect a bit of more legal gk both national and international??
Q.5 The maximum strength of the House envisaged by the Constitution is 552, upto 530 members to represent the States, up to 20 members to represent the Union Territories and not more than two members of the Anglo-Indian Community to be nominated by the President, if, in his opinion, that community is not adequately represented in the House.
i am afraid that ur answer 2 question no.2 is wrong.education is now a fundamental right and not a legal obligation as u have stated…pl verify…
i wanna clarify dat education is a fundamental right only till d age f 14 yrs……in all oder cases it is a legal obligation.
Maximum life of an ordinance promulgated by president is 6 weeks only. Will you please provide the link in support of your answer?
Rajneesh, An ordinance is in force as long as parliament does not meet. But, there cannot be a gap of more than 6 months between meetings of parliament as per other articles. Further, a time of 6 weeks is given after the parliament reassembles, as Article 123 says that Ordinance shall cease to operate at the expiration of six weeks from the reassembly of Parliament. So, 6 months + 6 weeks =7½ months is the maximum life of an ordinance.
Sir, I have a doubt regarding question no.15.
The question is :-
What is the maximum life of an ordinance passed by president ?
The answer given is 7.5 months. But its answer is 6 months. Will you please justify your answer.
The max life of an ordanance promulgated by President is “UNLIMITED”
The 7&1/2month is the max limit in which the Parliament of India should ratify it.
But even after ratification of ordanance by Parliament it will remain ordanance only.
Govt have to bring a fresh bill if they want to convert it into bill or act, and in the bill govt will specify the circumstances of issuing an ordanance.
Agree, with your smart view. Let my question be as in what time Parliament should ratify it
if an ordinance is not passed it will be in force for 6 weeks and 6 months total 7.5 months
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it’s too gud it is very helpful for all students those doing study of civil services thanks…
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i beg to differ with your answer for the question 7
Only elected members of the LS,RSand the legislative assemblies(NCT and puducherry,included) can participate in the election of the president of India…nominated members can’t instead they have the right to vote during the process of impeachment of the same.
sorry still i have doubt on qst no: 15
so maximum lifespan of an ordinance is 6 months only?
the maximum time gap between parliament session is 6 months right? after that when the parliament reassemble, the ordinance is in power? And if both house didn’t take any decision on the same , the ordinance will laps automatically after 6 weeks ?
so why don’t we say that the lifespan of ordinance is 6 months and 6 weeks?
And in Laxmikanth page 17.12, 14th line also says maximum lifespan of an ordinance is 6 months and 6 weeks.
please clear and help me…
6month+6weeks~ 7.5 months so max span is around that only….