Question: What does the President solemnly undertake to do when he takes the oath of office?
Answer: The oath of office taken by the President demands:
(i) To faithfully execute the office of the President or discharge the functions of the President.
(ii) To preserve, protect and defend to the best of his ability the Constitution and the Law.
(iii) To devote himself to the service and well-being of the people of India.
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