UPSC IAS Prelims Examination: Oaths and Resignations

Indian Polity is an important subject in all the three phases of UPSC IAS Examination. The implication of the Polity is carried onward, even when an aspirant gets into the Indian Civil service. It forms a vital part of governance and administrative machinery. So on an average 10%-15% of the questions come from Indian Polity. Because of the importance of weightage given in the UPSC IAS examination, Indian Polity as a subject becomes even more important in the UPSC preparation process.

Conventionally the oath is either a declaration of fact or a promise with wording associated to something considered sacred as a sign of truth. Here we are giving the list of Oath and Resignations.

Many UPSC aspirants predominantly while studying this Indian Polity would have felt that it is a parched and theoretical subject. But it is an interesting subject if approached with right strategies. A UPSC aspirant cannot be avoided during their UPSC IAS exam preparation.

Designation

Oath

Resignation submitted to

President

Chief Justice of India (or Senior most Judge of Supreme Court in the absence of CJI)

Vice President

Vice President

President

President

Prime Minister

President

President

Comptroller & Auditor General

President

President

Attorney General

President

President

Solicitor General

President

President

Chairman, Union Public Service Commission

President

President

Governor, RBI

President

President

Chief Election Commissioner

President

President

Speaker of Lok Sabha

President

Deputy Speaker of Lok Sabha

Deputy Speaker of Lok Sabha

President

Speaker of Lok Sabha

Deputy Chairman of Council of States

 

Chairman

Member of the house of Parliament

President

Chairman of the upper house or the Speaker of Lower House.

Governor

Chief Justice of High Court

President

Chief Minister

Governor

Governor

Chief Justice of High court

Governor

President

Other Judges of High Court

Governor

President

Chairman State Public Service Commission

Governor

President

Speaker of Assembly

Governor

Deputy Speaker of Assembly

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