Hello Friends in this lesson are studying in Vidhan parishad (or Legislative council) in India. First up all I want to say you in India total Legislative council is seven states are available but in this tutorial may I tell you some tricks of remembering of this state. Hope this post will help you to understand the vidhan parishad in India.
The tricks is
I explain this trick
K – Karnataka
U – Uttar Pradesh
M – Maharashtra
B – Bihar
J – Jammu and Kashmir
A – Andhra Pradesh
T – Telangana
Some other important information
Some states have bi-cameral vidhan parishad (having two Houses). The seven states having two houses. In the remaining states, the vidhan parishad is uni-cameral and has the vidhan sabha (Legislative Assembly) only. For creation or abolition of Legislative Assembly of the states should pass a resolution by a special majority followed by an Act of Parliament (Ref.: Art. 169)
The size of the Legislative Council may vary, but its membership should not be more than 1/3 of the membership of the vidhan sabha but not less than 40. Vidhan parishad is a partly elected body. 5/6 of the total numbers of members of the council is indirectly elected and 1/6 is nominated by the governor. 1/3 of the total members of the council are elected by local bodies such as municipalities, district boards. 1/12 is elected by teachers of secondary schools or higher educational institutions. 1/12 is elected by graduates of three years standing residing in the states.
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