Case Study Questions for CBSE Class 11 Political Science Chapter 4 Executive
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Executive Case Study
Case Study Questions
Read the passage carefully and answer the following questions:
The President has wide ranging executive, legislative, judicial and emergency powers. In a parliamentary system, these powers are in reality used by the President only on the advice of the Council of Ministers. The Prime Minister and the Council of Ministers have support of the majority in the Lok Sabha and they are the real executive. In most of the cases, the President has to follow the advice of the Council of Ministers.
(i) Explain any two discretionary powers of the President.
Ans. (a) The President has the right to send back any will for reconciliation to the Council of Ministers if he feels that it has some flaws or legal lacunae or that it is not in the best interest of the country. Although, the council can still send back the same advice and the President would then be bound by the advice.
(b) Veto power: Under this the power the President can withhold or refused to give approval to bill passed by Parliament (except money bill). The President can send the bill back for reconsideration, if the Parliament passes the same bill again and send it back to the President then, he can keep the bill pending with himself without any time limit this is called Pocket Veto.
(ii) How can a Vice President be removed from his office?
Ans. The Vice President may be removed from his office by a resolution of the Rajya Sabha passed by a majority and agreed to by the Lok Sabha.
(iii) In the Parliamentary form of Government, why is the President also called a ceremonial head?
Ans. In the Parliamentary form of Government, the President also called a ceremonial head because the major decision-making powers of the President is bound by the advice of the Prime Minister and the Council of Ministers.
Old Chapter List
Class 11 Political Science Indian Constitution at Work
Chapter 1 Constitution: Why and How?
Chapter 2 Rights and Duties in the Indian Constitution
Chapter 3 Election and Representation
Chapter 4 Executive
Chapter 5 Legislature
Chapter 6 Judiciary
Chapter 7 Federalism
Chapter 8 Local Governments
Chapter 9 Constitution as a Living Document
Chapter 10 The Philosophy of the Constitution
Class 11 Political Science Political Theory
Chapter 1 Political Theory: An Introduction
Chapter 2 Freedom
Chapter 3 Equality
Chapter 4 Social Justice
Chapter 5 Rights
Chapter 6 Citizenship
Chapter 7 Nationalism
Chapter 8 Secularism
Chapter 9 Peace
New Chapter List
PART A: Indian Constitution at Work
- Constitution: Why and How?
- Rights in the Indian Constitution
- Election and Representation
- Local Governments
- Constitution as a Living Document
- The Philosophy of the Constitution
PART B: Political Theory
- Political Theory: An Introduction
- Social Justice