PM ECONOMIC ADVISORY COUNCIL

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PM’s EAC reconstituted; Top two retained, two dissenting members dropped

At a time when the government is facing the challenge of rejuvenating economy, it has reconstituted Economic Advisory Council of Prime Minister for two years to be effective from September 26, 2019. The two dissenting members Rathin Roy and Shamika Ravi have not been retained.

 

Dr Bibek Debroy and Ratan P Watal will continue to be the chairman and member secretary of EACPM respectively.

 

The EACPM would have two part-time members apart from the two full-time members. Ashima Goyal has been retained as a part-time member and has been joined by Sajjid Chenoy, who is currently JP Morgan’s chief India economist.

26 Sep 2019
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Will EAC-PM be reconstituted in September this year?

After the reconstitution of NITI Aayog on June 06, 2019, the pay and perks of Dr Bibek Debroy and Ratal P Watal had raised some questions. These question arose as both Debroy and Watal did not find a place in the reconstituted NITI Aayog team. But reportedly, the PMO has settled the vexed issues well on time.

 

When the PM Economic Advisory Council was revived in September 2017, Debroy (Member, NITI) was made Chairman and Watal (Principal Adviser, NITI) was made Member Secretary of the EAC-PM. Both of them drew salaries and availed perks from NITI Aayog. After they lost positions in the reconstituted NITI Aayog, the nodal agency for the EAC-PM, the PMO was prompt enough to issue an order making provisions that they would be entitled to the same status, pay and allowances they were entitled to before the reconstitution of NITI Aayog on June 06, 2019. As the nodal agency, the expenditure borne by NITI may be debited to EAC-PM Budget till September 25, 2019, or till such date, the EAC-PM exists.

 

However, this has made people speculate whether EAC-PM would be reconstituted in September last week.

(By Rakesh Ranjan)

06 Jul 2019
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PM’s EAC reconstituted; Top two retained, two dissenting members dropped

By IndianMandarins 26 Sep 2019

At a time when the government is facing the challenge of rejuvenating economy, it has reconstituted Economic Advisory Council of Prime Minister for two years to be effective from September 26, 2019. The two dissenting members Rathin Roy and Shamika Ravi have not been retained.

 

Dr Bibek Debroy and Ratan P Watal will continue to be the chairman and member secretary of EACPM respectively.

 

The EACPM would have two part-time members apart from the two full-time members. Ashima Goyal has been retained as a part-time member and has been joined by Sajjid Chenoy, who is currently JP Morgan’s chief India economist.

will-eac-pm-be-reconstituted-in-september-this-year

Will EAC-PM be reconstituted in September this year?

By IndianMandarins 06 Jul 2019

After the reconstitution of NITI Aayog on June 06, 2019, the pay and perks of Dr Bibek Debroy and Ratal P Watal had raised some questions. These question arose as both Debroy and Watal did not find a place in the reconstituted NITI Aayog team. But reportedly, the PMO has settled the vexed issues well on time.

 

When the PM Economic Advisory Council was revived in September 2017, Debroy (Member, NITI) was made Chairman and Watal (Principal Adviser, NITI) was made Member Secretary of the EAC-PM. Both of them drew salaries and availed perks from NITI Aayog. After they lost positions in the reconstituted NITI Aayog, the nodal agency for the EAC-PM, the PMO was prompt enough to issue an order making provisions that they would be entitled to the same status, pay and allowances they were entitled to before the reconstitution of NITI Aayog on June 06, 2019. As the nodal agency, the expenditure borne by NITI may be debited to EAC-PM Budget till September 25, 2019, or till such date, the EAC-PM exists.

 

However, this has made people speculate whether EAC-PM would be reconstituted in September last week.

(By Rakesh Ranjan)

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