What are Recruitment Rules? Recruitment Rules are rules notified under proviso to Article or any specific statutes for post s prescribing inter alia the method of Recruitment and eligibility for such recruitment. It contains notification part having substantive rules and schedule part as per prescribed Annexure-I. Recruitment Rules are subordinate legislation and so, they are statutory in nature.
Some of these are mentioned below: The CM holds the executive powers of state government. The core council of ministers is called the Cabinet, members of which are decided by the Chief Minister.
The various departments are allotted to various ministers by the CM. The CM is the link between the Governor and the council of ministers.
He is required to communicate to the Governor the workings of the various wings of the government. Similarly, the advice and suggestions of the Governor are communicated to the council of ministers by the CM.
The CM has a pivotal role in the financial matters of a state, including the budget, basic infrastructural and developmental priorities of the state, financial planning and economic growth of the state and others.
The Chief Minister is the chief spokesperson of the government of a state. With the help of media, the CM communicates all policies and decisions to the people of the state.
All major decisions in the state are taken by the CM with the support of the council of ministers. The state government is financially aided by the Centre, in terms of resources and materials. Salary of Chief Minister The salary of Chief Minister of a state in India, like that of the prime minister of the country, is accompanied by a number of other allowances, besides the basic pay, such as constituency allowances, sumptuary allowances tax free and daily allowances.
The salary of the CM is decided by the respective state legislatures in the country, as per Article of the Indian Constitution. Thus it varies from one state to another. Facilities availed by the Chief Minister The facilities given to the Chief Minister of a state can include medical facilities, residential facilities, reimbursement of electricity and phone charges, traveling facilities and many more.
The amount allotted for each of these facilities to the Chief Minister varies from one state to another, as these are specifically detailed in the respective state legislatures of the country.
In accordance with the Medical Attendance Rules, the Chief Minister is entitled to avail free medical treatment, reimbursement and free accommodation in all hospitals run by the Government and other referral hospitals declared by the government.
The Chief Minister is entitled to a rent-free and well furnished residence. The amount, however, can vary in different states. In case, the Chief Minister decides to stay in his or her own house, the value of the house rental is paid to the Chief Minister.
Reimbursement of electricity and phone charges: The Chief Minister is entitled to a fixed amount of money as reimbursement against phone call charges made in a month. A fixed quantity of electricity units are allotted free of cost to the Chief Minister, for the monthly consumption of electricity.
The Chief Minister is allotted a fixed amount of money for his or her traveling expenses within the jurisdiction of the country, in a year. This amount also varies, as outlined in Article of the Indian Constitution. Selection Process of Chief Minister The appointing authority is the governor, who suggests a vote of confidence procedurally in the state legislature, to establish the selection of the Chief Minister.
According to the Westminster model of parliamentary system that India follows, the Chief Minister is not elected directly by the people of a state. The people only elect particular representatives from various constituencies in a state, as members of the state legislature or the Vidhan Sabha MLAs.
These representatives, especially from the majority party which forms the government, then choose the Chief Minister from among them. The tenure of the Chief Minister is for a period of five years, when the state legislative assembly is dissolved and fresh elections are held.
However, the tenure of the Chief Minister can be terminated by the governor before the period of five years, when the majority party loses the confidence vote in the state legislative assembly. Term of Office and Retirement Age The tenure of CM is for five years, when the state legislative assembly is dissolved and fresh elections are held in the Vidhan Sabha Legislative Assembly.
The Chief Minister can also resign from his or her post before the completion of the term.Jan Lokpal Bill (Citizen's Ombudsman Bill) is a draft anti-corruption bill drawn up by prominent civil society activists, seeking the appointment of a Jan Lokpal, an independent body that would investigate corruption cases, complete the investigation within one year and conduct trials for the case within the next year.
Jan Lokpal Bill The Jan Lokpal Bill, also referred to the Citizen's Ombudsman Bill, is an anti-corruption bill drafted and drawn up by civil society activists in India seeking the appointment of a Jan Lokpal, an independent body to investigate corruption cases.
Rajya Sabha TV discussions, the Big Picture videos and summaries. The Lokpal Bill was for the first time presented during the fourth Lok Sabha in and was passed there in resulting the first death of the bill. and adopted eventually by many nations 'as a bulwark of democratic government against the tyranny of officialdom'.
The Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, , commonly known as The Lokpal Act, is an anti-corruption Act of Indian Parliament in India which "seeks to provide for the establishment of the institution of Lokpal to inquire into allegations of corruption against certain public functionaries and for matters connecting them".
The no-confidence motion backed by the Opposition parties like TDP and Congress will be taken up in the Lower House on Friday. Speaker Sumitra Mahajan made an announcement in this regard after the Lok Sabha reconvened at pm.
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