President of India Full Job Work Profile


What is the President of India Complete Profile?


The President of India is the head of state and first citizen of India and the supreme commander of the Indian armed forces. Theoretically, the President has a lot of power, but in fact much of the power given to the President is exercised by the Council of Ministers led by the Prime Minister of India. The President is elected by elected members of Congress and the legislatures of the states. Each term of office is 5 years and the term of office shall not exceed two consecutive terms. The current president may run for re-election.


Post name:    President of India
Official residence:    Victoria Palace, India
Political status:    Head of State and First Citizen of the Republic of India
Tenure:    5 years (no more than two sessions)
First President of India:    Rajendra Prasad
Incumbent:    Ram Nath Kovind

Table of Content

    1. job profile

    ▪ Presidential authority

    ▪ Presidential removal

    ▪ Presidential succession

    2. Current President

    3. Past Presidents

Job profile: Indian Presidency

The Indian Constitution gives the president all executive powers over the central government. The President appoints the Prime Minister who is most likely to receive majority support in the lower house of the parliament (People's House), usually the leader of the majority party or coalition. The president then appoints other members of the ministerial council and assigns them to each other on the advice of the prime minister.

As long as the President does not object, the Council of Ministers can remain in power. In fact, the Council of Ministers must have the support of the lower house of parliament. A constitutional crisis could be triggered if the president deliberately dissolves the ministerial conference. So in fact, as long as the Council of Ministers can get the majority support from the lower house, it will not be disbanded.

The President appoints many officials, including:


  1. Heads of state
  2. Chief Justice and other judges of the Supreme and High Courts
  3. Attorney general
  4. Auditor General
  5. Chief Elector and other Electors
  6. Chairman and other members of the federal public service commission
  7. Diplomatic Envoys

In addition, the President is responsible for receiving the credentials submitted by foreign envoys, and is the legal commander-in-chief of the Indian Armed Forces. 

He has the power to pardon or reduce sentences for convicted persons, especially in cases involving the death penalty. The President may exercise pardons or other powers without regard to the opinions of the Prime Minister or the House of Commons. In most other cases, the President exercises power in the opinion of the Prime Minister.

Indian Presidential removal

If the President violates the Constitution during his term, he can be removed by impeachment.
The removal process can begin in either house of Congress. The allegations against the President are first filed in the court, and these allegations will be accompanied by a notice, which will be sent to the president if there are not less than a quarter of the total number of members of the court. After 14 days, the impeachment case will be considered.

The motion to impeach the President requires the support of a two-thirds majority of all members of the House of Representatives before it can be passed in that court. The impeachment case passed by one house will be sent to the other house. Another court investigates the allegations that have been made, during which the president can defend himself through an authorized lawyer. If the other House also passed an impeachment by a two-thirds majority, the president would be successfully impeached and absent from the resolution. Apart from impeachment, the president's unconstitutional acts are not punished in other ways.
No president has experienced impeachment so far, so the above terms have not been tested.

Presidential succession in India

When the presidency vacates due to death, resignation, or dismissal, etc., Article 65 of the Indian Constitution stipulates that the vice president shall act as president. When the new president is elected and assumes office, the vice president resumes his duties. If the president is unable to perform his duties due to illness or other reasons, the vice president temporarily acts as president until the president returns to office.
When the vice president assumes the functions of acting president or acting president, he has all the powers and immunity of the president, and can enjoy the same salary as the president.

Current president of India

Ram Nat Covind is the current President of India.
The results of the counting of votes announced by the Indian Election Commission on July 20, 2017 show that the National Democratic League presidential candidate, Ram Nat Cowend, was elected as India's new president with more than 65% of the vote. Ram Nat Cowend was sworn in at the Parliament Building, New Delhi, the capital of India, on July 25, 2017.

Ram Nath Kovind is a 71-year-old senior member of the Indian People's Party. From 1994 to 2006, Kovind was a member of the upper house of the Federal Parliament. In 2015, he was appointed governor of Bihar. Kovind and the current Prime Minister Modi are both members of the Indian People's Party.

Experts have said that if Kovind is elected as the new president, this will form a situation where the Indian president, prime minister and chief minister of the major states are all from the Indian Party. It also means that The Indian Party will be more powerful, and Modi's governing environment will be more relaxed.

Past Presidents of India

1. Rajendra Prasad  ) January 26, 1950-May 13, 1962
2. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan   May 13, 1962-May 13, 1967
3. Zakir Hussain   May 13, 1967-May 3, 1969
Acting President Varahagiri Venkata Giri   May 3, 1969-July 20, 1969
Acting President Mohammad Hidayatullah   July 20, 1969-August 24, 1969
4. Varahagiri Venkata Giri   August 24, 1969-August 24, 1974
5. Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed   August 24, 1974-February 11, 1977
Acting President Basappa Danappa Jatti   February 11, 1977-July 25, 1977
6. Neelam Sanjivareddy Reddy   July 25, 1977-July 25, 1982
7. Giani Zail Singh   July 25, 1982-July 25, 1987
8. Ramaswamy Venkataraman   July 25, 1987-July 25, 1992
9. Shankar Dayal Sharma   July 25, 1992-July 25, 1997
10. Kocheril Raman Narayanan   July 25, 1997-July 25, 2002
11. Abdul Kalam   July 25, 2002-July 25, 2007
12. Pratibha Patil   July 25, 2007-July 25, 2012
13. Pranab Mukherjee   July 25, 2012-July 25, 2017
14. Ram Nath Kovind   July 25, 2017—present

President of India is Supreme Commander of Indian Armed Forces
President of India is Supreme Commander of Indian Armed Forces

 

India has a president who is full of love with Modi ji, despite his status as a high ambitionist

Everyone familiar with India knows that India's major events and minor affairs are calculated by Indian Prime Minister Modi. In many people's impressions, the Prime Minister is the head of state, but few people know that India also has a president! The current Indian President is Ramnat Kovind, and has been the President of India since 2017. In theory, the Indian President is the head of state and the first citizen of India, and the highest commander of the Indian armed forces. In theory, the Indian president has absolute Power. However, it is only theoretical. The Indian President in reality has no real power, or has but does not exercise!

Theoretically, the Indian president has all the executive powers over the government. The president appoints the person most likely to receive the most support from the lower house of parliament as the prime minister, and then continues to appoint other members of the ministerial council, assigning personal duties as suggested by the prime minister. However, in reality, the parliamentary system implemented in India means that the people in power of the country are generated from the parliament chosen by the people, that is, the voters choose parliamentarians.

India's president is recommended by the Prime Minister. For example, Kovind's presidency was obtained on the recommendation of Modi. Theoretically, the president can dissolve the ministerial meeting to cancel the post of prime minister, but this will trigger a constitutional crisis. Therefore, as long as the ministerial meeting has the majority of the parliament's support, the president has no way to dissolve, and is not eligible to cancel the ministerial prime minister.

In the final analysis, the Indian President is a symbolic office responsible for etiquette and acceptance of credentials submitted by foreign envoys. His greatest power is to pardon or reduce convictions. The current president, Kwand, was a former legal worker and the governor of Bihar. As a pariah-like president, he expressed doubts about the equality of all ethnicities and castes in India. To say that the most legendary Indian President is undoubtedly the former President Kalam. He was an Indian scientist and the chief designer of Indian nuclear weapons and missiles. Later he was nominated for the post of President to show his respect to all Indians.
Presidential Nomination in India by the nominators


Because there is no real power, the ambitionists despise this position, which has also led many Indian presidents to be highly regarded. In fact, in addition to India, there are many countries where the president has no real power, such as Germany, Israel and other countries. Generally speaking, the presidents of the countries where the prime minister often appears on international occasions are all false duties. Of course, there are also the highest heads of state like Canada called the governor. Generally speaking, false presidents are highly respected people. When Israel founded the country, the famous Jewish scientist Einstein was invited to be the second president of Israel. However, Einstein is probably the same as the President of Israel and the United States. I just refused to understand mathematics but not politics! The German president is even more extraordinary. The people he chooses are basically white old men who resemble national idols!
Mr. Ramnath Kovind, the Pr esident of India
 It is worth mentioning that the presidents of these countries have no one to run for, because the ambitionist is unwilling to do so and has no real power. The entire population is still watching, and once they make some mistakes, they may be impeached. Although the president sounds beautiful, he can eat a lot of food, but who is qualified to run for president? Don't run for this position unless politicians are about to retire!




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