Indian constitution

No. Lok Sabha
1. As per Article 81 House of People (Lok Sabha) shall consists 530 members from states and 20 members from union territories.
2. The members of the Lok Sabha (except nominated members) shall be elected by the registered voters of various States and Union Territories.
3. Qualifications to contest for the membership of the Lok Sabha:
1. He must be a citizen of India.
2. He must have completed 25 years of age; and
3. He must Possess other qualifications prescribed by the Parliament.
4. The period of duration of the House of the People (Lok Sabha) is 5 years from the date of its first meeting. However it may be extended to one year at a time during the proclamation of Emergency.
5. Each session of the Lok Sabha commences with the question hour. Questions are of three types namely, star mark questins, non-star mark questions and short duration questions.
6. As per Article 100 all questions of either House shall be determined by a majority of votes of the members present and voting. The Speaker or the person acting as Speaker shall not have the right to vote but in case of equality of votes he can exercise casting vote.
7. The quorum to either House of the Parliament is one-tenth of the total number of members of the House. If there is no quorum the speaker or chairman shall adjourn the House until a quorum.