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Indian Constitution Age cum Tenures

Indian Constitution Age cum Tenures – 2017

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India is a Socialist, Secular, Democratic Republic and the largest democracy in the World. The modern Indian nation state came into existence on 15th of August 1947. Since then free and fair elections have been held at regular intervals as per the principles enshrined in the Constitution, Electoral Laws and System. This is an important topic for General Awareness section of different competitive exams. Indian Constitution Age cum Tenures article presents the list of Indian Constitution Age cum Tenures in Alphabetical order


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The Constitution of India has vested in the Election Commission of India the superintendence, direction and control of the entire process for conduct of elections to Parliament and Legislature of every State and to the offices of President and Vice-President of India.

Indian Constitution Age cum Tenures 2017 follow the initial defined protocols of Multi-Member Commission. Simple, Absolute and Special Majorities are the practiced modules of Indian Constitution Age cum Tenures 2017.

Below table contains the list of Indian Constitution Age cum Tenures in Alphabetical order:

Office Holder Min Age Max Age Tenure Additional Information
Attorney General of India No Minimum Age Limit 65 No Fixed Tenure Attorney General of India is appointed by the president
Advocate General No Minimum Age Limit 62 No Fixed Tenure The Advocate General of every state shall be appointed by he Governor
Chief Justice of India No Minimum Age Limit 65 No Fixed Tenure but remains in the office up to age of 65 years Chief Justice of India shall be appointed by the president and is eligible to a monthly salary of Rs. 90,000
CAG of India No Minimum age Limit 65 6 years or up to age of 65 years CAG of india shall be appointed by the president
Chief Minister 25 No Maximum Age Limit 5 years Salary varies as per the state Govt income
Chief Justice of High Courts No Minimum Age Limit 62 No fixed tenure but remains in the office up to age of 62 years The Chief Judge shall be appointed by President of the India in consultation with the state Governor
Chairman UPSC No Minimum Age limit 65 6 years or up to age of 65 years which is earlier The Chairman appointed by the President of India
Chief Election Commissioner of India No Minimum age limit 65 6 years or up to age of 65 years which is earlier The CEC of India shall be appointed by the president
Governor 35 No Maximum Age Limit 5 years Monthly Salary-Rs. 1,10,000
Lok Sabha Member 25 No Maximum Age Limit 5 years Monthly salary-Rs.50,000
Lok Sabha Speaker 25 No Maximum Age Limit 5 years Serves during the life of Lok Sabha(Maximum 5 years)
Lok Sabha Deputy Speaker 25 No Maximum Age Limit 5 years He/She can be elected among the members of Lok Sabha
MLA 25 No Maximum Age Limit 5 years Salary varies as per the state Govt Income
MLC 30 No such Maximum age limit 6 years This is also called as upper house of the state
Member of Gram Panchayat 21 No Maximum age limit 5 years The Member of a Gram Panchayat can be elected by the gram sabha by Direct elections
Other judges of Supreme Court No Minimum age limit 65 No Fixed tenure but remains in the office up to age of 65 years The Supreme Court Judges are appointed by the President
Other judges of High Court No Minimum age limit 62 No fixed tenure but remains in the office up to age of 62 years The Judge of the high court shall be appointed by the President of India after consultation with the chief justice of the high court
Other Members of UPSC No Minimum Age Limit 65 6 years or up to age of 65 years which is earlier The Members of UPSC appointed by the president of India
President of India 35 No Such Maximum Age Limit 5 years Monthly salary Rs.1,50,000
Rajya sabha Member 30 No Maximum age limit 6 years Monthly salary-Rs.50,000
Vice President 35 No such Maximum Age limit 6 years The Vice President of India is the ex-officio chairman of Rajya Sabha. He gets a salary of Rs.1,25,000 per month as chairman of Rajya Sabha not as a Vice President