||What is the tenure of the Chief Election Commissioner of India?
||Six years or till the age of 65 years whichever is earlier
||Who can remove the Chief Election Commissioner from his office?
||Provision of the Cabinet
||The Chief Election Commissioner of India is appointed by –
||The Constitution of India provides for an Election Commission under Article –
||Election to the Office of the President is conducted by –
||The Election Commission of India
||Who decides disputes regarding the disqualification of Members of Parliament?
The President in consultation with the Election Commission
||While deciding any question relating to the disqualification of a Member of Parliament, the President shall obtain the opinion of –
||Election Commission of India
||If in an election to a State Legislative Assembly, the candidate who is declared elected loses his deposit, it means that –
||A very large number of candidates contested
||The decision to disqualify the person declared convicted by the Court to contest the elections has been made by –
||Right to Vote and Right to be elected in India is a –
||Legal Right under an Act
||Voting rights by the youths at the age of 18 years were exercised for the first time in the General Election of which year?
||The age limit of voters of the Union and State Legislature was reduced from 21 years to 18 years by –
||61st Amendment, 1989
||What is the total number of electors in the Lok Sabha elections of 2009 in Millions?
||The Dinesh Goswami Committee recommended –
||Government funding of parliamentary elections
||Who was the first woman to become the Chief Election Commissioner of India?
||The Election Commission was converted into a ‘Three member Commission’ in which year?
||National Voters Day is celebrated on –