- 1 Who was the Speaker of Lok Sabha before he became the President of India?
- 2 Who is the first speaker of India?
- 3 Who is the first Indian woman speaker of Lok Sabha?
- 4 Who is the current speaker of Rajya Sabha?
- 5 Who is youngest president of India?
- 6 Who is the Deputy Speaker of Lok Sabha 2020?
- 7 Who is the first legislative speaker?
- 8 Who was the father of Lok Sabha in England?
- 9 Who can become Speaker of the House?
- 10 Who is the first female speaker of parliament?
- 11 Who is the Protem Speaker of 16th Lok Sabha?
- 12 Is Vice President a member of Rajya Sabha?
- 13 Who can be a member of Rajya Sabha?
- 14 How are Lok Sabha seats allocated to states?
Who was the Speaker of Lok Sabha before he became the President of India?
Speaker of the Lok Sabha
|Speaker of the Lok Sabha Lok Sabhā Adhyakṣa|
|Precursor||President of the Constituent Assembly of India|
|Inaugural holder||Ganesh Vasudev Mavalankar (1952–1956)|
|Formation||15 May 1952|
|Deputy||Deputy Speaker of the Lok Sabha|
Who is the first speaker of India?
|Ganesh Vasudev Mavalankar|
|G.V. Mavalankar in June 1942|
|1st Speaker of the Lok Sabha|
|In office 15 May 1952 – 27 February 1956|
|Prime Minister||Jawaharlal Nehru|
Who is the first Indian woman speaker of Lok Sabha?
Meira Kumar (born 31 March 1945) is an Indian politician and former diplomat. A member of the Indian National Congress, she was the Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment from 2004 to 2009, the Minister of Water Resources for a brief period in 2009, and the 15th Speaker of Lok Sabha from 2009 to 2014.
Who is the current speaker of Rajya Sabha?
|Rajya Sabha||Venkaiah Naidu||Harivansh Narayan Singh|
Who is youngest president of India?
Presidential election of 1977 Reddy was elected unopposed, the only President to be elected thus, after being unanimously supported by all political parties including the opposition Congress party. At 64, he became the youngest ever person to be elected President of India.
Who is the Deputy Speaker of Lok Sabha 2020?
PM congratulates Thambi Durai on his unanimous election as Deputy Speaker.
Who is the first legislative speaker?
Ganesh Vasudev Mavlankar was the last President of the Assembly till the Assembly came to an end on 14 August 1947. He became the first Speaker of the Constituent Assembly of India, and in 1952 the first Speaker of the Lok Sabha, the lower house of the Parliament of India.
Who was the father of Lok Sabha in England?
Until 6 November 2019, the Father of the House of Commons was Kenneth Clarke, a Conservative MP until 3 September, and then an Independent MP, for Rushcliffe. Clarke began his continuous service at the 1970 general election.
Who can become Speaker of the House?
The Speaker is elected at the beginning of a new Congress by a majority of the Representatives-elect from candidates separately chosen by the majority- and minority-party caucuses. These candidates are elected by their party members at the organizing caucuses held soon after the new Congress is elected.
Who is the first female speaker of parliament?
|The Right Honourable Joyce Adeline Bamford-Addo JSC|
|Alma mater||Holy Child School Inner Temple|
|Known for||First woman Justice of the Supreme Court of Ghana First woman Speaker of the Parliament of Ghana|
Who is the Protem Speaker of 16th Lok Sabha?
Five sitting members from Rajya Sabha, the Upper House of Indian Parliament, were elected to 16th Lok Sabha after the 2014 Indian general election. The pro-tem Speaker Kamal Nath was administered oath on 4 June 2014 & presided over the election of the Speaker of the Lok Sabha.
Is Vice President a member of Rajya Sabha?
While in order to be a President, a person must be qualified for election as a member of the Lok Sabha (House of Peoples), the Vice President must be qualified for election as a member of the Rajya Sabha (Council of States).
Who can be a member of Rajya Sabha?
In order to be chosen a member of Parliament, a person must be a citizen of India and not less than 30 years of age in the case of Rajya Sabha and not less than 25 years of age in the case of Lok Sabha. Additional qualifications may be prescribed by Parliament by law.
How are Lok Sabha seats allocated to states?
The number of seats per state has been frozen under the constitutional amendment of 1976. Each state is divided into territorial constituencies in such a manner that the ratio between the population of each constituency and the number of seats allotted to it (in each case, one) remain the same throughout the state.