- For the first time the Act introduces the representative institutions in India. It enabled the Governor- General to associate representatives of the Indian people with the work of legislation by nominating them to his expanded council.
- The act also decentralized the legislative powers of the Governor- General’s Council and vested them in the Governments of Bombay and Madras.
- It empowered the Governor- General to frame rules for more convenient transaction of business in council.
- The act accorded the statutory recognition to the portfolio system.
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