Constitutional Head of India
According to the Indian Constitution, India has a parliamentary form of government wherein the President is the normal executive. The real executive power is the council of Ministers, with the Prime Minister as its head. The management and functions of the Constitution head of India are as follows -
- Executive functions: The Union Executive is led by the President. He is in charge of choosing the Supreme Court and High Court Judges, the Auditor General of India, State Governors, and other top officials.
- Legislative powers and functions: A crucial component of the Union Legislature is the President. He has the authority to address both houses of parliament and is in charge of selecting candidates for both houses. In some cases, starting any legislature requires the President's approval.
- Emergency powers: The President holds the emergency powers: National Emergency, Financial Emergency, and Emergency for the failure of Constitutional Machinery in a State.
- Financial powers and functions: Without the recommendation of the President, no money can be introduced in the Parliament.
- Other powers: The president enjoys diplomatic, Military, and Pardoning Judicial authorities.