Constitutional Design of State Administration (Part – 5)

81. President in case of declaration of constitutional emergency in the state

  • Except the High Court, the state can take responsibility for all the functions of the government.
  • Can itself declare that the powers of the State Legislature will remain in authority in Parliament.

82. In relation to the powers of the Governor to issue a mandate.

  • These powers are mentioned in paragraph 213.
  • The Governor can issue ordinances only on the advice of the President or the Council of Ministers of State.
  • It is co-ordinated with the legislative powers of the State Legislative Assembly.

83. Regarding the Chief Secretary and the Cabinet Secretary

  • Both positions originated at the central level.
  • Both the incumbents implement the decision taken by their respective Ministers.
  • Both have the same powers and functions and the same.

84. About the functions of the Chief Secretary

  • To serve as ex-officio Secretary to the Council of Ministers of State.
  • To act as Principal Advisor to the Chief Minister.
  • Acting as Secretary to the State Cabinet

85. To the Governor of the state

  • Executive legislative and judicial powers are the honor of the President.
  • Various ministers have powers to share government work.

Constitutional Design of State Administration (Part – 4)

86. The Governor of a state has power in India

  • To appoint a member of the State Public Service Commission.
  • To appoint a member of the State Finance Commission

87. About the Governor of a state

  • Executive power is vested in the Governor of a state under the Constitution of India.
  • The Governor of a state is required due to the federal structure of government.
  • The Governor of a state has to be elected according to the basic draft of the Indian Constitution.

88. Chief Secretary of a state

  • Serves as the Principal Advisor to the Chief Minister.
  • Looks at all the topics that do not fall under the scope of any other secretary.
  • Serves as an advisor to the Governor during the reign of the President.

89. Match

  • Governor’s term                                         –                  Article 156
  • Governor’s post                                        –                  Article 153
  • Executive power of the Governor           –                  Article 154
  • Appointment of Governor                        –                  Article 155

90. Match

  • Madhya Pradesh          –                  Hill Region Working Committee
  • Gujarat                          –                  Development of Backward Region
  • Nagaland                      –                  Law and Order
  • Assam                           –                  Administration of tribal areas

91. About Chief Secretary

  • It was created by Lord Valvejali.
  • It was created in 1799.

92. well-matched

  • Head of State Secretariat Administration                  –        Chief Secretary
  • Head of Revenue Administration                       –        Collector
  • Nominal Head of State                                        –        Governor
  • Actual Head of State Administration                 –        Chief Minister

93. Statement (A) No criminal proceedings can be instituted against the Governor of a State in any court during his term of office.

Reason (R) The Constitution of India has provisions for such organization for the President of India and the Governor of the state.

  • Both A and R are correct, and R is the correct explanation of A

94. Statements (A) The Governor is appointed by the President of India and remains on his Prasadparayanapatpad.

Reason (R) The only President has the power to appoint and dismiss the Governor.

  • Both A and R are correct, and R is the correct explanation of A

95. Statement (A) The Chief Secretary of the State serves as the ex-officio Secretary of the Council of Ministers in the State.

Reason (R) The powers and functions of the Chief Secretary of the state are listed in the Constitution of India.

  • A is correct, but R is false

Functions of the Staff Agencies

96. Statement (A) describes the policies framed by the State Secretariat of the Directorate as working.

Reason (R) is the executive part of the Vesaraka

  • Both A and R are correct, but R is the correct explanation of A

97. Statement (A) The executive powers of a state are vested in the Governor under the Constitution.

Reason (R) The Governor of the state has more discretionary authority than the President of India.

  • Both A and R are correct, but R is not the correct explanation of A

98. Statement (A) The Chief Secretary has no fixed tenure.

Reason (R) ARC has not made any specific recommendations in this regard.

  • A is correct, but R is false

99. Statement (A) The Secretariat and the Executive Department are different.

Reason (R) The names of the presidents of executive departments vary.

  • Both A and R are correct, but R is not the correct explanation of A

100. Statement (A) The Chief Minister’s word regarding appointment and dismissal of ministers is final.

Reason (R) The Governor appoints the leader of the majority party as the Chief Minister and on his advice appoints other ministers.

  • Both A and R are correct, and R is the correct explanation of A

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