Civics

The President of India is the Constitutional Head of the Indian Republic.
In this context, answer the following questions :
How is the President elected?


SOLUTION
The President is elected by the members of an Electoral College consisting of the elected members of both Houses of Parliament and of the Legislative Assemblies of the states and the Union Territories of Delhi  and Puducherry.
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