Who takes oath of President of India?
NEW DELHI: Ram Nath Kovind today took oath in the Central hall of parliament to become India’s 14th President. Chief Justice of India Justice JS Khehar administered the oath of office to Kovind.
Who gives oath to Parliament?
Oath-taking ceremony of the newly elected Members of Parliament continued the second day of the 17th Lok Sabha. Members from various parties took oath on Tuesday, administered by the Protem Speaker Virendra Kumar.
What does Article 60 say?
Description: Every President and every person acting as President or discharging the functions of the President shall, before entering upon his office, make and subscribe in the presence of the Chief Justice of India or, in his absence, the senior-most Judge of the Supreme Court available, an oath or affirmation in the …
Who is CM India?
|Assam||Shri Himanta Biswa Sarma|
|Bihar||Shri Nitish Kumar|
|Chhattisgarh||Shri Bhupesh Baghel|
|Delhi (NCT)||Shri Arvind Kejriwal|
What is the salary of a Prime Minister in India?
Prime Minister of India
|Prime Minister of India Bhārat ke Pradhānamantri|
|Formation||15 August 1947|
|Deputy||Vacant, Deputy Prime Minister of India|
|Salary||₹280,000 (US$3,900) (per month) ₹3,360,000 (US$47,000) (Annual)|
Who is India’s first Prime Minister?
Jawaharlal Nehru, was 58 when he started the long innings of 17 years as free India’s first Prime Minister.
How do you end an oath?
Traditionally, when swearing an oath a person is supposed to kneel and place their right hand on a Bible (today an appropriate text loaded onto a iPad or Kindle will do), ending the oath with “so help me God.” Below is a selection of notable places and times when swearing an oath is required.
Who is the leader of Youth Parliament?
Youth Parliament Program
|Focus||Education, Health, Agricultural, Political, Electoral, Public Policy, Decentralization, Judicial, Reforms|
|Leader||Dr. Jayaprakash Narayan (YPP) Adviser Venkatesh Geriti (YPP) Adviser|
Who does not take oath of office in India?
Notes: The Speaker and the Deputy Speaker of the Lok Sabha do not take oath of the office. Article 93 of the Indian constitution talks about the Speaker and the Deputy Speaker.