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QS Who was the FOURTH Governor General of India

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Asked by Prasoon Sinha, 25 Jun '12 08:52 pm
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Answered by Damodar Biswal, 25 Jun '12 08:56 pm

 
  
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The East India Company governed many parts of India which nominally acted as the agent of the Mughal Emperor. In 1773, motivated by corruption in the Company, the British government assumed partial control over the governance of India with the passage of the Regulating Act. The British government appointed a Governor-General and Council to rule over the Presidency of Fort William in Bengal. The Act named the first Governor-General and Council; the East India Company's Court of Directors commissioned to elect their successors. The Act provided for a five-year term for the Governor-General and Council, but the Sovereign had the power to remove any of them.
The Charter Act, 1833 replaced the Governor-General and Council of Fort William with the Governor-General and Council of India. The Court of Directors retained the power to elect the Governor-General, but the choice became subject to the Sovereign's approval.
After the Indian Rebellion of 1857, the British government abolished the Ea ...more
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