CBSE Class 7 Political Science (Civics) Chapter 3 Notes - How the State Government Works


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The NCERT class 7 civics chapter 3 notes are designed by our in-house subject experts. These experts carry good knowledge about different aspects of government work. These notes are available in different formats including the PDF format. How the state government works class 7 PDF is easy to download and learn for students who can use the format for understanding quickly. Students, if having access to smartphone or tablet and laptop, then the pdf and PPT version will work. This chapter provides complete information on how government officials work, including MLAs and ministers. Further, the chapters also put some light on how people can express their views towards the working of the government.

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1. What are the role and duties of MLA?

The role of the legislator is to understand the problem and work on the solution of the respective constituency. The role also involves the legislator to support or oppose new laws.

  • Need to work as the voice on behalf of the constituents and assist in solving problems. 

  • MLA role also involves planning and orchestrating strategy in the house and developing expertise.

2. What are the Duties of the MLA?

MLA has multiple duties to work upon to make the constituency better. However, the duty may differ according to the position- Member of Cabinet, Member of the Opposition and Government Backbencher.

As an MLA, He/she is responsible to oversee operations of the department assigned by the state government or the ruling party. Since MLA serves as the Members of various committees, the membership is allotted to political parties representing the house.

MLA has to keep in touch with people of his/her constituency in all means to ensure there is no problem.

3. What is a Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha?

Lok Sabha comprises representative people elected based on Universal Adult Suffrage. A maximum number of members for the house is 552, out of which 530 represent states and 20 represent UT, and 2 members come from the Anglo- Indian community.

Rajya Sabha consists of 250 members, out of which 238 represent states and UT, 12 members get a nomination from the president. One should know here that in every second year, one-third of members retire and get replaced by newly elected members.