Civics

The minimum age required to become the President is ___ years.


ANSWER

35


SOLUTION
The conditions of eligibility to become the President of India are as below:
The candidate should be 
  • a citizen of India
  • of 35 years of age or above
  • qualified to become a member of the Lok Sabha.
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