List of important Committees in India during 2014 and 2015.

1. Ajay Shankar Committee : To review functioning of PPP Cell

2. Prof. NR Madhava Menon Panel : Reported guidelines for regulating expenditure and content of advertisement in govt. adds

3. H Devaraj Commitee : Reported most deemed university

4. H R Khan Panel : To evaluate unclaimed PPF and Post Office Savings

5. V V Daga Committee : To conduct forensic audit of NSEL

6. Sivaramakrishnan committee : Submit Report to build the capital city for Andhra Pradesh

7. Ramanujam committee : To avoid obsolete laws

8. Bimal Jalan : To head the Expenditure Management Commission

9. Hari Gautam Committee : To review the status of UGC

10. Justice SB Sinha (One Member Commission):To Probe 2006 Meerut Fire Tragedy

11. Suresh Prabhu Committee: To review gas pricing formula

12. R S Sharma Expert Committee : To review the Company (Cost Records and Cost Audits) Rules 2014

13. Justice MB Shah : On Black Money

15. Arvind Mayaram Committee : To clear definition to the FDI and FII

16. Nachiket Mor Committee : To permit NBFC’s to work as Business correspondence

17. P J Nayak Committee : Governance of Boards of Bank in India

18. Bibek Debroy : for Restructuring the railway

19. Justice CS Dharmadhikari Committee: recommended complete ban on dance bars in hotels and restaurants.

20. Pratyush Sinha : To assess compensation for coal blocks.

21. Jairam Ramesh : On sustainable development

22. T.K. Vishwanathan committee: To provide Bankruptcy code for small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

23. K.V. Kamath panel: to examine the financial architecture for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) sector.

24. Gopalakrishna Committee: on Capacity Building in Banks and non-Banks

25. G N Bajpai Committee: Guidelines for national pension system (NPS) schemes in private sector.

26. Scientist Raghunath Anant Mashelkar panel: To recommend best technologies for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “Swachh Bharat” national sanitation campaign.

27. T S R Subramanian Committee: To review five key green laws concerning protection and conservation of environment, forest, wildlife, water and air among others


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