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Chapter 4: Executive

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Exercises [Pages 97 - 99]

NCERT solutions for Ncert Class 11 Political Science - Indian Constitution at Work Chapter 4 Executive Exercises [Pages 97 - 99]

Exercises | Q 1 | Page 97

A parliamentary executive means:

  • Executive where there is a parliament

  • Executive elected by the parliament

  • Where the parliament functions as the Executive

  • Executive that is dependent on support of the majority in the parliament

Exercises | Q 2 | Page 97

Read this dialogue. Which argument do you agree with? Why?

  • Amit: Looking at the constitutional provisions, it seems that the President is only a rubber stamp.

  • Shama: The President appoints the Prime Minister. So, he must have the powers to remove the Prime Minister as well.

  • Rajesh: We don’t need a President. After the election, the Parliament can meet and elect a leader to be the Prime Minister.

Exercises | Q 3 | Page 98

Match the following

i.

Works within the particular State in which recruited a. Indian Foreign Service
ii. Works in any central government office located either at the national capital or elsewhere in the country

b.

State Civil Services

iii.

Works in a particular State to which allotted; can also be sent on deputation to the centre c. All India Services

iv.

Works in Indian missions abroad d. Central Services
Exercises | Q 4 | Page 98

Identify the ministry which may have released the following news items. Would this be a ministry of the central government or the State government? Why?

a. An official release said that in 2004-05 the Tamil Nadu Textbooks Corporation would release new versions for standards VII, X and XI.
b. A new railway loop line bypassing the crowded Tiruvallur-Chennai section to help iron ore exporters. The new line, likely to be about 80 km long, will branch off at Puttur and then reach Athipattu near the port.
c. The three-member sub-divisional committee formed to verify suicide by farmers in Ramayampet mandal has found that the two farmers who committed suicide this month have had economic problems due to failure of crops.

Exercises | Q 5 | Page 98

While appointing the Prime Minister, the President selects

  • Leader of the largest party in the Lok Sabha

  • Leader of the largest party in the alliance which secures a majority in the Lok Sabha

  • The leader of the largest party in the Rajya Sabha

  • Leader of the alliance or party that has the support of the majority in Lok Sabha

Exercises | Q 6 | Page 99

Read this discussion and say which of these statements applies most to India.

  • Alok: Prime Minister is like a king, he decides everything in our country.

  • Shekhar: Prime Minister is only ‘first among equals’, he does not have any special powers. All ministers and the PM have similar powers.

  • Bobby: Prime Minister has to consider the expectations of the party members and other supporters of the government. But after all, the Prime Minister has a greater say in policy making and in choosing the ministers.

Exercises | Q 7 | Page 99

Why do you think is the advice of the Council of Ministers binding on the President? Give your answer in not more than 100 words.

Exercises | Q 8 | Page 99

The parliamentary system of executive vests many powers in the legislature for controlling the executive. Why, do you think, is it so necessary to control the executive?

Exercises | Q 9.1 | Page 99

It is said that there is too much political interference in the working of the administrative machinery. It is suggested that there should be more and more autonomous agencies which do not have to answer to the ministers.
Do you think this will make administration more people-friendly?

Exercises | Q 9.2 | Page 99

It is said that there is too much political interference in the working of the administrative machinery. It is suggested that there should be more and more autonomous agencies which do not have to answer to the ministers.
Do you think this will make administration more efficient?

Exercises | Q 9.3 | Page 99

It is said that there is too much political interference in the working of the administrative machinery. It is suggested that there should be more and more autonomous agencies which do not have to answer to the ministers.
Does democracy mean full control of elected representatives over the administration?

Exercises | Q 10 | Page 99

Write an essay of two hundred words on the proposal to have an elected administration instead of an appointed administration.

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Chapter 4: Executive

Exercises
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NCERT solutions for Ncert Class 11 Political Science - Indian Constitution at Work chapter 4 - Executive

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Concepts covered in Ncert Class 11 Political Science - Indian Constitution at Work chapter 4 Executive are What is an Executive, Different Types of Executive - Parliamentary, Semi-presidential and Presidential, Discretionary Power of the President, Vice President of India - Election, Power and Functions, Parliamentary Executive in India, Collective Responsibility and Role of Prime Minister, Council of Ministers, Governor and Chief Minister, Permanent Executive - Bureaucracy, Civil Service, Classification of Civil Service - All India, Central and State Services.

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