Maharashtra Board Class 8 Civics Solution Chapter 2 – The Indian Parliament
Balbharati Maharashtra Board Class 8 Civics Solution Chapter 2: The Indian Parliament. Marathi or English Medium Students of Class 8 get here The Indian Parliament full Exercise Solution.
Maharashtra Class 8
|History and Civics Solution|
The Indian Parliament
(1.) Complete the following sentences by choosing the correct option.
1.) Candidates to the Loksabha are elected through TERRITORIAL CONSTITUENCIES.
2.) India’s VICE-PRESIDENT is the ex-officio chairman of the Rajya sabha.
(2.) Find and write.
1.) Members of lok sabha and Rajya sabha ae known as MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT.
2.) The Responsibility of making laws is with EXECUTIVE BRANCH OF THE GOVERNMENT.
(3.) Explain following statements with reasons.
1.) RAJYA SABHA IS A PERMANENT HOUSE.
ANS:- The upper and the second house of parliament is the Rajya sabha. The members of Rajya sabha are indirectly elected. As the name suggests, Rajya sabha gives representation to 29 states and 7 union territories in India. The total members of Rajya sabha is 250 members. Amomg them 238 members are elected from the constituent states and union territories. Remaining 12 members are appointed by the president. Rajya sabha is never dissolved completely hence it is called a permanent house.
2.) LOK SABHA IS KNOWN AS THE FIRST HOUSE.
ANS:- Lok Sabha is the lower and the first house of the parliament of India. Lok sabha is the house of representatives directly elected by the people. Hence Lok sabha is called the ‘First house’ of the Parliament.
(4.) Answer the following in 25 to 30 words.
1.) HOW ARE MEMBERS OF THE LOK SABHA ELECTED?
ANS:- The members of Lok sabha are elected directly by the people from the ‘Territorial constituencies’. The tenure of Lok sabha is five years. The elections take place after every five years. These elections are known as General elections.There are maximum 552 members in the Lok sabha.among them 543 members are directly appointed by the citizens of India and 2 other members are appointed by the president Of India.
2.) EXPALIN THE FUNCTIONS OF THE SPEAKER OF LOK SABHA.
ANS:- In the very first meeting after the electionsd of loksabha elect a ‘speaker’ and ‘Deputy speaker’. Speaker represents the Lok sabha. After getting elected as speaker he/she has to conduct the business of the house in an unbiased manner. The speaker is the head of the Parliamentary system. He appoints the chairman of several committees. He is the spokesman of the lok sabha and he represents it in all ceremonial functions.