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LEGISLATURE slideshow by Mind Map: LEGISLATURE slideshow

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2. Legislative Process

2.1. Introduction

2.2. Consideration

2.3. Enactment

3. Parliamentary Committees

4. President

4.1. The President is the Head of the State. Has mostly nominal and ceremonial powers.

4.2. Election

4.3. Functions

4.4. Powers

4.4.1. Emergency

4.4.2. Discretionary

5. Bicameral

6. Why do we need a Parliament

7. What is Parliament

7.1. It is a democratic government's legislature. A legislature is a decision-making organisation/a group of people who have the power to make and change laws. Parliament comes from the old French word - 'Parlement' which meant speech, discussion

8. How does the Parliament control the government? - Instruments of Parliamentary control.

8.1. Discussion & deliberation

8.2. Approval/ratification of laws

8.3. Financial control

8.4. No Confidence motion

8.5. Parliamentary privilege

9. 2 houses

9.1. Lok Sabha/House of the People

9.1.1. Election

9.1.2. Members & Term

9.1.3. Powers

9.1.4. Presiding officers

9.1.5. Opposition

9.1.6. Lok Sabha TV

9.1.7. Lok Sabha calendar

9.1.8. What's happening today?

9.2. Rajya Sabha/Council of States

9.2.1. Election

9.2.2. Members & Term

9.2.3. Powers

9.2.4. Presiding officers

9.2.5. Rajya Sabha TV

9.2.6. Rajya Sabha Calendar

9.2.7. What's happening today

9.3. Powers/Relationship between the houses

10. Functions of Parliament

10.1. Legislation

10.2. Control over Executive

10.3. Control over budget

10.4. Representation

10.5. Debating Function

10.6. Constituent Function

10.7. Electing

10.8. Judicial