Vice President of India List PDF
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The vice-President of India is the 2nd most important authoritative body after the President. As per Article 65 of the Indian Constitution, he is entitled to take important decisions in certain cases of contingency due to resignation, removal, death, impeachment, or the inability of the president to discharge their functions. There have been 13 Vice-presidents of India since the inception of the post in the Constitution. This article lists the Vice-Presidents of India from 1950 to 2022.
The vice president is elected by an electoral college consisting of all the members of both houses of the Parliament in accordance with the system of proportional representation by means of the single transferable vote via a secret ballot conducted by the Election Commission of India. Once elected the vice president continues in office for a five-year term but can continue in office irrespective of the expiry of the term until a successor assumes office.
List of Vice-President of India | Vice President of India List PDF
|Vice Presidents of India||Party||Term of office||Term|
|Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan (First Vice-President of India)||Independent||13 May 1952 – 12 May 1957 13 May 1957 – 12 May 1962||9 years, 364 days|
|Zakir Hussain||Independent||13 May 1962 – 12 May 1967||4 years, 364 days|
|V. V. Giri||Independent||13 May 1967 – 3 May 1969||1 years, 364 days|
|Gopal Swarup Pathak||Independent||31 August 1969 – 30 August 1974||4 years, 364 days|
|B. D. Jatti||Indian National Congress||31 August 1974 – 30 August 1979||4 years, 364 days|
|Mohammad Hidayatullah||Independent||31 August 1979 – 30 August 1984||4 years, 364 days|
|R. Venkataraman||Indian National Congress||31 August 1984 – 24 July 1987||2 years, 327 days|
|Shankar Dayal Sharma||Indian National Congress||3 September 1987 – 24 July 1992||4 years, 325 days|
|K. R. Narayanan||Indian National Congress||21 August 1992 – 24 July 1997||4 years,|
|Krishan Kant||Janata Dal||21 August 1997 – 27 July 2002||4 years, 340 days|
|Bhairon Singh Shekhawat||Bhartiya Janata Party||19 August 2002 – 21 July 2007||4 years, 336 days|
|Mohammad Hamid Ansari||Indian National Congress||11 August 2007 – 11 August 201211 August 2012 – 11 August 2017||9 years, 364 days|
|Venkaiah Naidu||Bhartiya Janata Party||11 August 2017 – 10 August 2022||5 years, 276 days|
|Jagdeep Dhankhar||Bhartiya Janata Party||10 August 2022 – Incumbent||7 days|
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