List of Important Committees and Commissions in India

There are many committees and commissions are made in India in various fields. On the basis of recommendations of these committees many reforms taken place in our country.  It is observed that many questions are asked in the exams based on these committees and commissions. So students need to remember the name of these committees and commissions and their area of interest.

1. Abhijit Sen Committee (2002): Long Term Food Policy

2. Abid Hussain Committee: On Small Scale Industries

3. Ajit Kumar Committee: Army Pay Scales

4. Athreya Committee: Restructuring Of IDBI

5. Basel Committee: Banking Supervision

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6. Bhurelal Committee: Increase in Motor Vehicle Tax

7. Bimal Jalan committee: Report on the working of capital market infrastructure institutions (MIIs)

8. Bimal Jalan committee: To decide the appropriate level of reserves that the RBI should hold

9. C. Babu Rajiv Committee: Reforms in Ship Act 1908 & Ship Trust Act 1963

10. C. Rangrajan Committee: To review the Methodology for Measurement of Poverty

11. Chandra Shekhar Committee: Venture Capital

12. Chandratre Committee Report (1997): Security Analysis and Investment Management

13. Chore Committee: Review the Operation of the Cash Credit System

14. Dave Committee (2000): Pension Scheme for Unorganized Sector

15. Deepak Parekh committee: To Financing Infrastructure through PPP model

16. Dhanuka Committee: Simplification of Transfer Rules in Security Markets

17. G. V. Ramakrishna Committee: On Disinvestment

18. Goiporia Committee: Improvement in the Customer Service at Primary (Urban) Cooperative Banks

19. Hanumant Rao Committee: Fertilizers

20. J. R. Varma Committee: Current Account Carry Forward Practice

21. Jankiramanan Committee: Securities Transactions

22. JJ. Irani Committee: Company Law Reforms

23. K. C. Chakrabarty Committee: To analyse the financial condition of the Regional Rural Banks in India

24. K. Kasturirangan: To head drafting committee of National Education Policy

25. Kelkar Committee (2002): Tax Structure Reforms

26. Kothari Commission: To examine all aspects of the educational sector in India

27. Khan Working Group:  Development Finance Institutions

28. Khusro Committee: Agricultural Credit System

29. Kumarmanglam Birla Report: Corporate Governance

30. MB Shah Committee: To investigate black money, mostly hoarded abroad

31. Mahajan Committee (1997): Sugar Industry

32. Malegam Committee: Reforms in the Primary Market & Repositioning of UTI

33. Malhotra Committee: Broad Framework of Insurance Sector

34. Marathe Committee: Recommendation for Urban Co-operative Banks

35. Mashelkar Committee 2002: Auto Fuel Policy

36. Mckinsey Report: Merger of 7 Associate Banks with SBI

37. Meera Seth Committee: Development of Handlooms

38. Nachiket Mor Committee: Committee on Comprehensive Financial Services for Small Businesses and Low Income Households

39. Narismhan Committee (1991): Banking Sector Reforms

40. N.N. Vohra Committee: Relations (Nexus) Of Politicians with Criminals

41. Parekh Committee: Infrastructure Financing

42. Percy Mistry Committee: Making Mumbai an International Financial Center

43. P. J. Nayak Committee: To evaluate governance of board of banks and examine criteria to select directors, as well as their term

44. Prasad Panel: International Trade and Services

45. Radha Krishnan Commission (1948): Establishment of the University Grant Commission

46. R V. Gupta Committee: Small Savings

47. Raja Chelliah Committee: Tax Reforms

48. Rekhi Committee: Indirect Taxes

49. RV Gupta Committee: Agricultural Credit

50. Sarkaria Commission: Central-state relationship

51. K. Santhanam Committee: Establishment of CBI

52. S P Talwar Committee: Restructuring Of Weak Public Sector Bank

53. Suresh Tendulkar Committee: Redefining Poverty Line and Its Calculation Formula

54. Sapta Rishi Committee (July 2002): Development Of Domestic Tea Industry

55. Shah Committee: Reforms Relating To Non Banking Financial Companies (NFBCs)

56. Shivraman Committee (1979): Establishment of NABARD

57. S.N. Verma Committee (1999): Restructuring the Commercial Banks

58. Swaminathan Commission (2004): To find the problems faced by the farmers

59. Sukhamoy Chakravarty Committee: To assess the functioning of the Indian Monetary system

60. Tandon Committee: System Of working capital financing by Banks

61. Tarapore Committee (1997): Report on Capital Account Convertibility

62. Udesh Kohli Committee: Analyze Fund Requirement in Power Sector

63. U.K. Sharma Committee: NABARD’s Role in RRB

64. Vaghul Committee: Money Market in India

65. Vasudev Committee: NBFC Sector Reforms

66. Y B Reddy Committee: 2001: Review Of Income Tax Rebates

67. Justice A.K Mathur commission: 7th Pay Commission

68. Balwantrai Mehta Committee (1957): Panchayati Raj Institutions

There are many committees and commissions are made in India in various fields. On the basis of recommendations of these committees many reforms taken place in our country.  It is observed that many questions are asked in the exams based on these committees and commissions. So students need to remember the name of these committees and commissions and their area of interest.

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