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PM clearly defines the role of his lieutenants

With the creation of the post of Principal Advisor to Prime Minister a lot of deliberations were made that who will be given what responsibility. To avoid any such confusion in the working of top three bureaucrats, PM has clearly defined their roles.

 

New Principal Secretary P K Mishra will handle policy issues especially those pertaining to the listing of Cabinet items apart from ACC and any other appointments to the government of India. Mishra will also be in charge of the Ministries of Personnel, Law, Anti-Corruption and the overall PMO. He will also take care of appointments even to the ministries of defence, MEA and intelligence agencies.

 

NSA Ajit Doval will handle other matters pertaining to these departments. He will also be in charge of all matters relating to national security. Doval has also been allocated the issue of talks with the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN) separatists.

 

The newly created Principal Advisor to Prime Minister P K Sinha will handle rest of the ministries. The order comes in the wake of the appointment of Mishra as the principal secretary to the PM last week, the highest bureaucratic position in the government. Both Mishra and Doval hold cabinet rank.


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17 Sep 2019
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FSRASC begins process for selection of new RBI Guv

The Financial Sector Regulatory Appointment Search Committee (FSRASC) which is headed by Cabinet Secretary P K Sinha has started the process to select a new RBI governor following the resignation of Urjit Patel.

 

Apart from Sinha, the panel includes Additional Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister Dr P K Mishra, who is a permanent government nominee, and three other experts, among others.

 

As per the process, the panel will invite applications from eligible candidates and based on interactions with them will select the candidates for a final decision by the government.

 

The appointment would be made by the central government on the recommendation of the FSRASC. It is noted that the FSRASC is free to identify and recommend any other person also, on the basis of merit, who has not applied for the post.

 

This process was followed for the selection of SEBI Chairman Ajay Tyagi and IRDAI chairman S C Khuntia as well.

 

As per the RBI Act, the central bank should have one Governor and four Deputy Governors - two from within the ranks and one commercial banker and another an economist to head the monetary policy department. 

11 Dec 2018
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PM clearly defines the role of his lieutenants

By IndianMandarins 17 Sep 2019

With the creation of the post of Principal Advisor to Prime Minister a lot of deliberations were made that who will be given what responsibility. To avoid any such confusion in the working of top three bureaucrats, PM has clearly defined their roles.

 

New Principal Secretary P K Mishra will handle policy issues especially those pertaining to the listing of Cabinet items apart from ACC and any other appointments to the government of India. Mishra will also be in charge of the Ministries of Personnel, Law, Anti-Corruption and the overall PMO. He will also take care of appointments even to the ministries of defence, MEA and intelligence agencies.

 

NSA Ajit Doval will handle other matters pertaining to these departments. He will also be in charge of all matters relating to national security. Doval has also been allocated the issue of talks with the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN) separatists.

 

The newly created Principal Advisor to Prime Minister P K Sinha will handle rest of the ministries. The order comes in the wake of the appointment of Mishra as the principal secretary to the PM last week, the highest bureaucratic position in the government. Both Mishra and Doval hold cabinet rank.


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https://www.indianmandarins.com/news/pmo:-top-level-changes-offer-a-lot-to-read-between-lines/19003

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FSRASC begins process for selection of new RBI Guv

By IndianMandarins 11 Dec 2018

The Financial Sector Regulatory Appointment Search Committee (FSRASC) which is headed by Cabinet Secretary P K Sinha has started the process to select a new RBI governor following the resignation of Urjit Patel.

 

Apart from Sinha, the panel includes Additional Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister Dr P K Mishra, who is a permanent government nominee, and three other experts, among others.

 

As per the process, the panel will invite applications from eligible candidates and based on interactions with them will select the candidates for a final decision by the government.

 

The appointment would be made by the central government on the recommendation of the FSRASC. It is noted that the FSRASC is free to identify and recommend any other person also, on the basis of merit, who has not applied for the post.

 

This process was followed for the selection of SEBI Chairman Ajay Tyagi and IRDAI chairman S C Khuntia as well.

 

As per the RBI Act, the central bank should have one Governor and four Deputy Governors - two from within the ranks and one commercial banker and another an economist to head the monetary policy department. 

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