why is the president of india called the nominal head of the state ?

the president of india is a noinal head as he/she didn't take all the major decisions of the country .all major decision are taken up by prime minister so he is our main head.

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becuz he nominate many members like Prime minister,Governer,Ambeseber, J udge of Suprem Court & High Court,Election Commisnor etc............... 

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the president of india is like the queen of briain.THE PRESIDENT OF INDIA ARE MADE ALL MAJOR APPOINMENTS

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president is known sa a nominal head of state because all the decision is taken by prime minister , president is only a figure head of the state who is bounded by the constitutionto follow the advice of prime minister. by rachit gupta

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who is president

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president is called the nominal head because he is the figure head , all the decisions are on his names but the real powers are with the prime minister . BY RACHIT GUPTA

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president is the nominal executive because he is bound to act on the advice of the council of ministers if the president does not wish to accept any advice he may refer it back to the council of ministers but if it is send back the president is bound to accept it power of the president are also not absolute President can only declare a state of emergency only on advice of council of minister . By Aditya Jha 8th standard
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1. The President supervises the overall functioning of all the political institutions in the country so that they operate in harmony to achieve the objectives of the state.  2. All the major decisions are taken by the council ministers headed by the Prime minister- the role of the president is only to accept it or sign it.   
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The president is known as the head figure because he takes takes the responsibility to represent India in front of the other countries of the world. He takes up all the discussion of the country to the council of ministers. He is the person who is on the highest position in the political system of India.  
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Aditya

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Because in our country there is parliamentary form of government
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in our political system the head of the state exercise only nominal power .our president is like QUEEN OF BRITAIN whose FUNCTION is large extend ceremonial
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PRESIDENT IS CALLED AS THE NOMINAL HEAD BECAUSE ALL THE MEMBER OF COUNCIL ARE SELECTED BY HIM ON THE ADVICE OF PRIME MINISTER. HE ALSO CAN NOT REJECT ANY BILL THAT IS PASSED BY PARLIAMENT SECOND TIME . 
 
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Pranab mukherji
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Who decided decided to issue this memorandum
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Poling
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The president on advice by the council of ministers exercises all his powers.When the Parliament passes a bill it sends the bill to the president for the assent.If the president finds any flaws he can write few suggestions and ask the Parliament to change according to the suggestions.The Parliament may or may not change the bill according to the suggestions.Again the second time when the bill is sent back he can ask them to change once again.But once the bill is sent back without any changes then the president has to give an assent.Hence,the president is also called the rubber stamp or the nominal head of the country
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President is the nominal head of the state because He can never have direct mandate control as the PM has over the public He has to take all the decisions on the advice of council of ministers For any bill to be passed it needs president's assent but he has to give it if the lok sabua passes the bill. He can only delay it or suggest changes in it but if the lok sabua sends the bill back he has to sign it
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if the president does not wish to accept any advice he may refer it back to the council of ministers
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president is indirectly elected by electoral college in accordance with the system of proportitional representation
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the president is called the nominal head because president don't have any power to practice as most of the power is with prime minister so he is called real head of government and president is nominal head
 
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The president is only a nominal head as he is elected by the all the mp's and mla's of the country.

This ensures that he can be seen to represent the entire country but cannot command the popular mandate that the prime minister enjoys.

the president can only use his formal powers only when the council of ministers give him an order to do so.

the president can ask the ministers to reconsider their decision but if the same advice is given again he is bound to act according to it.

the prime ministers uses her discretion only when no party has a majority in the parliament after the elections.

the president chooses a person who in her opinion can muster the support of the parliament to be the prime minister

 
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President of India is called the Nominal head because -

  1. He is the figure head, all the decisions are on his names but the real powers are with the Prime Minister.
  2. He is bound to act on the advice of the council of ministers. If the president does not wish to accept any advice he may refer it back to the council of ministers. But when the bill comes to him for a second time, he is bound to give his assent to the bill.
  3. Power of the President are also not absolute. President can only declare a state of emergency only on advice of council of minister.
  4. When an ordinance is issued by the president , it has to approved by the parliament in 6 weeks failing which the ordinance becomes null and void.
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Because he is the head of the state and have the highest formal authority in india
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Because he has the highest formal authority in india
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It has more power
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President of India is called the Nominal head because -

  1. He is the figure head, all the decisions are on his names but the real powers are with the Prime Minister.
  2. He is bound to act on the advice of the council of ministers. If the president does not wish to accept any advice he may refer it back to the council of ministers. But when the bill comes to him for a second time, he is bound to give his assent to the bill.
  3. Power of the President are also not absolute. President can only declare a state of emergency only on advice of council of minister.
  4. When an ordinance is issued by the president , it has to approved by the parliament in 6 weeks failing which the ordinance becomes null and void
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Because any state of cm give the resign .when the president rule follow.
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1. He is the figure head, all decisions are on his name's.
2. He is bound to act on the advice of council of ministers
3. Power of president are also not absolute.
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Hey mate!
Here is the answer to your question-

As he is elected by the all the mp's and mla's of the country. This ensures that he can be seen to represent the entire country but cannot command the popular mandate that the prime minister enjoys.?

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The president who is head of the state is the nominal and formal executive . i. e the council of ministers with the prime Minister at the head and the legislature .i.e. the parliament. The Council of Ministers is collectively responsible to the parliament . If the Lok Sabha passes a no - confidence motion against the Council of Ministers it has to resign
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