1. Governor is a part of
State legislative assembly, legislative council and Governor put together is called the state legislature. Parliament means Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha and the President.
2. Which of the following bills is introduced first in Lok sabha?
All bills can be introduced first in either of the houses of the Parliament except money bills. Money bills must be first introduced only in the Lok Sabha that to with the prior recommendation of the President
3. Who of the following cannot introduce the bill in Parliament?
Only public members and private members are permitted to introduce the bills. Money bills must be introduced only by public members.
4. How many members are nominated to Rajya sabha by the President?
President may nominate not more than 12 members to Rajya Sabha who are the persons with special knowledge and practical experience in the fields of Arts, Science, Literature and Social Service.
5. A bill becomes an act after
6. How many members of Rajya Sabha are elected directly by the people?
Rajya Sabha members are elected by the elected members of state legislative assemblies.
7. Joint session of the parliament is summoned by
Joint session of the Parliament is summoned by the President when there is a deadlock over the ordinary bill.
8. Joint session of the parliament is presided over by
9. Joint session of the Parliament is summoned by the President of India when
Joint session is not summoned for money bills as Rajya Sabha has no power to vote on money bills. Rajya Sabha can discuss money bills for not more than 14 days.