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List of Important Committees 2018 

S.no Name of committees or Headed by Focus Area
1. Sushil Modi panel The Government constituted a seven-member ministerial panel headed by Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Modi to examine modalities for revenue mobilisation in case of natural calamities and disasters.
2. Justice Amitava Roy committee The Supreme Court constituted a three-member committee to look into the problems of jails in India and suggest reform measures.
3. Injeti Srinivas committee The Union Government constituted a Competition Law Review Committee to review the Competition Act, 2002.
4. Justice Ranjana Prakash Desai committee The Union Government constituted the Lokpal Search Committee under the chairmanship of former Supreme

Court judge Justice Ranjana Prakash Desai for recommending names for Lokpal.

5. K Vijay Raghavan (principal scientific adviser to the Union Government) To advise Prime Minister Narendra Modi on matters related to science, technology and innovations.
6. Bhaskar Ramamurthy (IIT-Madras director) committee To suggest changes to JEE (Advanced) in the wake of an inadequate number of candidates qualifying entrance test this year.
7. Injeti Srinivas (Corporate Affairs Secretary) committee  To review offences under Companies Act, 2013.
8. Anil Swarup (Education Secretary) committee To suggest measures to strengthen National Cadet Corps (NCC) and National Service Scheme (NSS).
9. Rajiv Gauba (Home Secretary) committee To check mob lynching issues in the country.
10. Pradeep Kumar Sinha (Cabinet Secretary) committee – To address issues of stressed Thermal Power Projects
11. P.J. Joseph committee To examine motor third party insurance pricing aspects.
12. Bimal Jalan (Former RBI Governor) panel To select India’s next chief economic advisor (CEA).
13. Amitabh Kant ( CEO – NITI Aayog) committee To look into all issues including foreign direct investment norms pertaining to the fast growing e-commerce industry in the country.
14. Ravindra H Dholakia Govt. set up a 13-member committee to upgrade the norms for computation of economic data at states & districts level in the backdrop of plans to revise the base year for National Accounts or GDP calculation.
15. Former Delhi Metro chief E Sreedharan Govt. set up a committee to lay down standardisation norms for components with an aim to cut costs in the construction & operation of metro rail systems & bring them under Make in India umbrella.
16. Satish Chavan Maharashtra govt. set up a committee to study issues related to the development of a 1,000-MW floating solar power plant at Ujani dam in Solapur district.
17. Suresh Mathur IRDAI’s Panel to review the regulations pertaining to insurance marketing firms.
18. Bharat Forge’s Baba Kalyani Centre constituted a group of eminent persons to study SEZ policy of the country & suggest measures to make it more relevant for exporters & compatible with WTO norms.
19. Bharat Forge’s Baba Kalyani Centre constituted a group of eminent persons to study SEZ policy of the country & suggest measures to make it more relevant for exporters & compatible with WTO norms.
20. Convenor by Dr. Randeep Guleria, Director, AIIMS (New Delhi) 15th Finance Commission constituted a High-Level Group consisting of eminent experts to examine the strengths & weaknesses for enabling balanced expansion of Health Sector
21. Arvind Virmani 15th Finance Commission has constituted an advisory council to advise &  assist the commission
22. Headed by veteran BJP leader Murali Manohar Joshi Parliamentary panel decided to study the recovery of black money & performance of public sector banks (PSBs) among a host of subjects
23. Chaired by National Security Advisor Ajit Doval Govt. formed a new integrated institutional mechanism, Defence Planning Committee (DPC) to reform the process of higher defence planning
24. Mr Vinay Sheel Oberoi HRD Ministry constituted a High-Powered Committee to examine the entire system of conducting Class X & Class XII examination by CBSE.
25. Sushil Kumar Modi panel A ministerial panel formed by the Goods and Services Tax Council recommended that there shall be no additional tax incentives for digital transactions for a year, citing revenue considerations.
26. N Chandrasekaran (Tata Sons Chairman) committee To study use and application of artificial intelligence (AI) in military.
27. Dinesh Sharma committee To look into issues relating to cryptocurrencies.
28. BR Sharma committee To frame guidelines on playing national anthem in cinemas and other public places.
29. Amitabh Kant Committee To address the problem of Non-performing assets (NPAs) or stressed assets in India’s power sector.
30. Headed by Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh Govt. constituted 4-member Group of Ministers (GoM) to examine and strengthen the existing legal and institutional frameworks for dealing with matters of sexual harassment of women at the workplace.
31. Former secretary Bhure Lal Centre reconstituted Supreme Court-empowered Environment Pollution (Prevention & Control) Authority or the EPCA, which is tasked with taking various measures to tackle air pollution in the National Capital Region.
32. Chairmanship| Ranjana Prakash Government set up an eight-member Lokpal Search Committee
33. Former judge Justice Amitava Roy SC constituted a 3-member committee to look into the aspect of jail reforms across the country & suggest measures to deal with them.
34. BJP MP Kirit Somaiya. A parliamentary panel will examine the functioning of retirement fund body Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO), its coverage and recovery of arrears.
35. S J Vazifdar Head of NGT’s 3-member committee, to decide mining company Vedanta’s plea challenging closure of its Sterlite copper plant at Tuticorin.
36. Headed by NGT Chairperson A K Goel National Green Tribunal formed a monitoring committee on the cleaning of the Yamuna River.
37. Headed by Cabinet Secretary, Pradeep Kumar Sinha With a view to resolve the stress & revive such assets, Govt. decided to set up a High-Level Empowered Committee with representatives from the Ministry of Railways, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Power, Ministry of Coal & the lenders having major exposure to the power sector.
38. Headed by Union Minister of Commerce & Industry Suresh Prabhu. Union Government constituted a four-member Group of Ministers (GoM) to advise PM Modi on whether to continue with or withdraw from the 16-member Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) negotiations.
39. Headed by B Sesikeran Food Safety & Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) constituted a group of experts from the health & nutrition sector to look into the issue of food labelling.
40. Headed by K Vijay Raghavan, principal scientific adviser to govt. Union Govt. constituted a 21-member science & technology council to advise PM Modi on matters related to science, technology & innovations.
41. Chairman, P.J. Joseph IRDAI constituted a 16-member committee to examine motor third party insurance pricing aspects & make recommendations on the premium rates for 2019-20.
42. Chaired by the Union Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba Considering the increasing incidents of mob lynching, Govt. constituted a High-Level Committee to deliberate in the matter & make recommendations.
43. Melinda Gates& Jack Ma UN SG Antonio Guterres constituted a High-Level Panel on Digital Cooperation. It will be co-chaired by
44. Chairmanship of Mr Anil Swarup, former Secretary, School Education Govt. decided to set up a committee to suggest measures to strengthen National Cadet Corps (NCC) & National Service Scheme (NSS).

A List of Important Committees for Bank Exams

Recent Important Committees
S.no Name of committees or Headed by Focus Area
1 Ajay Shankar Committee To review functioning of PPP cell
2 H R Khan Committee To evaluate unclaimed PPP and post office saving
3 Bimal Jalan To head the Expenditure Management Commission
4 Justice M B Shah On black money
5 Deepak Mohanty Committee Data and information management  in the RBI
6 Arvind Mayaram Committee To clear the definition to the FDI and FII
7 Nachiket Mor Committee To  permit NBFCs to work as business correspondence
8 P J Nayak Committee Governance of Boards of Bank in India
9 K.V.Kamath Panel To examine the financial architecture for Micro, small and medium enterprises
10 Tandon Committee Follow up for bank credit
11 M L Dhantwala Committee Regional Rural Banks
12 SS Nadkarni Committee Trading in public sector banks
13 Bhide Committee Coordination between commercial banks and SFC’s
14 AK Bhuchar Committee Coordination between term lending institutions and commercial banks
15 R. Jilani Inspection System in Banks
16 James Raj Committee Functioning of public sector banks
17 Vipin Malik Committee Consolidated Accounting by banks
18 A Ghosh Committee Frauds & Malpractices in India
19 A K Khandelwal HR issues of public sector banks
20 R.H. Khan Committee Harmonization of role of financial institution in banks
21 Rakesh Mohan Small Savings
22 N. K Singh Committee To review the fiscal responsibility and budget management act
23 Amitabh Chaudhry Analysis the existing framework of IRDA-linked and non-linked insurance product regulations
24 Inter- departmental Tax Force To monitor and review the functioning of shell companies to prevent their misuse for money laundering and tax evasion
25 Dinesh Sharma Committee To propose new regulation related to digital currencies or virtual currencies
26 Sudharshan  Sen Committee To study regulatory issues relating to financial technology and digital banking in India
27 Rattan P Watal Committee To boost digital payment system in India
28 Amitabh Kant Committee To address the problem of Non-performing assets (NPAs) or stressed assets in India’s power sector.
29 YM Deosthalee Committee Task force on Public Credit Registry (PCR). The committee will review the current availability of information on credit in India.
30 C Khanduri Committee Parliamentary standing committee on defense.
31 Arun Jaitley Committee to oversee merger proposals of state-owned banks.
32 Rina Mitra Committee to examine the problems of people along IB, LOC in J&K.
33 Justice (Retd.) G. Rohini Committee to examine the sub-categorization of the Other Backward Classes (OBCs).
34 Dr. Hasmukh Adhia Committee A GST Committee on Exports
35 Dr. Rajiv Kumar Committee With an aim to create new jobs by enhancing India’s export
36 Dr. V. Kamakoti Committee on Artificial Intelligence (AI) for the country’s Economic Transformation
37 K Kasturirangan Committee To prepare National Education Policy
38 Amitabh Kant Committee to address the problem of stressed assets in India’s power sector.
39 C.K. Mishra Committee 7-m ember committee formed by Union Environment Ministry to formulate measures to solve the problem of air pollution in Delhi-NCR region.
40 Chandan Sinha Committee Panel formed by RBI for hedging commodities in global markets
41 Dr. Bibey Debroy Committee to give a leg up to the Indian economy in the short term.
42 Yashwant Thorat Committee Panel for by the Govt. to study merger of District Central Cooperative Banks (DCCBs) with Maharashtra State Cooperative (MSC) Bank
43 Assam Finance Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma Group of ministers (GoM) on making the GST composition scheme more attractive held its first meeting in New Delhi
44 Afzal Amanullah Go vt.’s Committee on Haj Policy has recommended phasing out of subsidy for Haj pilgrims & allowing women devotees above 45 years of age to travel in a group of at least four without a male
45 NITI Aayog Vice Chairman  Rajiv Kumar Centre has set up a high-level committee for proper management of water resources in the North-Eastern region to be head by

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