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1. Permanent Executive

1.1. Features

1.1.1. Neutrality

1.1.2. Professional, Permanent & Meritorious

1.1.3. Equality

1.1.4. Centralised

1.2. Classification

1.2.1. All India Services IAS - Indian Administrative Service IPS - Indian Police Service

1.2.2. Central Services IFS - Indian Foreign Service Indian Customs and Central Excise Service

1.2.3. State Services

2. Political Executive

2.1. President

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

2.1.2. Election

2.1.3. Functions

2.1.4. Powers Emergency Discretionary

2.2. Prime Minister

2.3. Council of Ministers

2.3.1. Cabinet Ministers

2.3.2. Ministers of State

2.3.3. Ministers of State (Independent Charge)

3. Meaning

3.1. The executive is the part of the government that has sole authority and responsibility for the daily administration of the state. It is called executive because it is in charge of the ‘execution’ of the policies of the government. Thus, when we talk about ‘the government’, we usually mean the executive, more specifically, the 'Political Executive'.

4. Functions

4.1. 1. Responsible for implementation of laws and policies. 2. Involved in framing of policy

5. Who has more power - the minister or the bureaucrat? Why?

6. Difference between Government and Parliament

6.1. Government

6.2. Parliament

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