List of Vice President of India 1952-2015: Hello yuvas, Vice-President is the second highest post in India after the President mentioned in constitution. The Vice-President shall take over as President in the case of resignation, impeachment, death, and absence of President or any other situations. The Vice-President of India is also ex-officio Chairperson of RajyaShabha, the upper house means permanent house.
The election of Vice-President of India is accordance with the system of proportional representation by means of single transferable vote and voting is by secret ballot. Voters in this election are members of both houses of Parliament.
The term of Vice-President of India is five years. He can be re-elected without any condition many number of times. The deputy chairman is performed the duties of chairman in the absence of chairman.
The salary of Vice-President is not mentioned in constitution because no work profile is allotted. He get his salary in the name of chairperson of RajyaShabha not the post of Vice-President. Now in current salary of chairperson of RajyaSabha is 125000 Rs.
The pension for the Vice-President is 50% of the salary.
here is a list of all vice president of India from 1952-2013 with their date of birth,date of death, date of joining and date of leaving office. This list is very important for the many government competition exams like UPSC, PSC states, SSC CGL, SSC 10+2, FCI etc. and also as the point of general knowledge.
Vice President of India 1952-2013
The “Vice President of India” is the second-highest office in Republic of India after the “President”.
First Vice president of India was ” Dr. SarepalliRadhakrishnan “from 13 May to 12 May 1962 and he was also second President of India ( 1962 to 1967). He also awarded by “Bharat Ratna ” in 1954.Other awards for RadhaKrishnan are :-
* Was Appointed a “Knight Bachelor” in 1931.
* Elected Fellow of the “British Academy” in 1938.
* Awarded “Order of Merit ” in 1963.
* “Peace Prize” of the “German Book Trade” in 1961.
* ” Templeton Prize ” in 1975.
List of Vice President of India 1952-2015
|Name||Date of Birth||Date of Death||Took Office|
|1.||Dr. SarvepalliRadhakrishnan||5 September 1888||17 April 1975||13 May 1952||12 May 1962|
|2.||Dr. ZakirHussain||8 February 1897||3 May 1969||13 May 1962||12 May 1967|
|3.||Sh. VarahagiriVenkataGiri||10 August 1894||23 June 1980||13 May 1967||3 May 1969|
|4.||GopalSwarupPathak||26 February 1896||4 October 1982||31 August 1969||30 August 1974|
|5.||BasappaDanappaJatti||10 September 1912||7 June 2002||31 August 1974||30 August 1979|
|6.||Justice Muhammad Hidayatullah||17 December 1905||18 September 1992||31 August 1979||30 August 1984|
|7.||RamaswamyVenkataraman||4 December 1910||27 January 2009||31 August 1984||24 July 1987|
|8.||Shankar Dayal Sharma||19 August 1918||26 December 1999||3 September 1987||24 July 1987|
|9.||Kocheril Raman Narayanan||27 October 1920||9 November 2005||21 August 1992||24 July 1997|
28 February 1927
27 July 2002
|21 July 2002|
|11.||Bhairon Singh Shekhawat||23 October 1923||15 May 2010||19 August 2002||21 July 2007|
|12.||Mohammad Hamid Ansari||1 April 1937||Alive||11 August 2007||Incumbent|
The 10th Vice president of India ” Mr. Krishan Kant” died in the office of natural causes.
Dr. ZakirHussian was the first Muslim Vice President of India from 13 May 1962 to 12 May 1967.
Till now no woman become Vice-President.
Total 6 Vice-Presidents became Presidents.
Dr. SarvepalliRadhakrishnan is the first President who is former Vice-President.
Kocheril Raman Narayanan is the last but not least President who is former Vice-President.
Article 63 TheVice-President of India
Article 64 The Vice-president of India to be ex-officio chairman of Council of States
Article 65 The Vice-President is to be act as President in case of absence
Article 66 Election of Vice-President
Article 67 Term of office of Vice-President
Article 68 Time of holding election to fill vacancy in the office of Vice-President
Article 69 Oath or affirmation by the Vice-President
Article 70 Discharge of President’s functions in other contingencies
Article 71 Matters relating to the election of President and Vice-President