Though there was disruptions and adjournments the House of Elders also did not fare badly claiming the productivity of 109%.
The data was compiled by independent think-tank, PRS legislative Research. As per the datas the LS session surpassed the monsoon session in 2005 worked for 110% of the time, while the highest productivity for RS has been in the 2009 budget session that worked for 113% of the scheduled time.
The lowest productivity in the last ten years has been in winter session of 2010 when LS worked for merely 6% of the time and RS worked for 2% of the time.
Apart from this the data from parliamentary ministry is also impressive.
As per their data LS worked for 123.4% of the time, working an additional 23 hours 45 minutes while RS registered productivity of 106.79%. Among the significant bills that have passed include the Insurance Laws (amendment) bill, Motor Vehicles (amendment) bill and Citizenship (amendment) bill.