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Candidates preparing for government exams such as Tnpsc,Upsc,Ssc, and other competitive exams will find the list of Important committees in India useful in their preparation

Committees are formed to examine the sector or various fields wherever reforms are necessary and they provide recommendations on the basis of their analyse and expertise .

There are many committees formed in India in various fields . Below given committees are most frequently asked questions . So it will be helpful for aspirants and , also students need to remember the names of the committees and its need .

IMPORTANT COMMITTEES IN INDIA

1) Dhebar Committee: Status of PVTGs(Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups)

2) Lodha Committee: For reforms within BCCI.

3) Liberhan Committee: To investigate destruction of disputed structure Babri Masid in Ayodhya in 1992.

4) BN Srikrishna Committee: For Data Protection + Institutionalisation of Arbitration + Separate Telangana

5) Ratan Watal Committee: On Digital Payments

6) AK Mathur: 7th Pay Commission

7) Justice JS Verma Committee:To recommend amendments to the Criminal Law for quicker trial and enhanced punishment for sexual assault of women .

8) BP Jeevan Reddy Committee: To review AFSPA in north-eatsern states

9) Madhav Chitale: For Desiltation of Ganga

10) PJ Nayak Committee:To evaluate governance of board of banks. Recommended formation of Banks Board Bureau(BBB)

11) Indrajit Gupta Committee: State Funding of Elections

12) Kasturirangan Committee + Gadgil Committee: Ecologically Sensitive Area of Western Ghats

13) Dr. Anil kakodkar: High Level Safety Review Committee for Indian Railways

14) Narsimhan Committee: Banking Reforms

15) Shyam Benegal: to recommend guidelines for certification of films by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC)

16) Bezbaruah Committee: Look into concerns of people from North East living in other parts of India

17) TSR Subramaniam: Education Policy

18) Kelkar Committee : Tax Structure Reforms

19) G. Rohini Committee:To examine sub-categorisation of OBCs(Other Backward Classes)

20) SN Dhingra Committee: To examine 1984 anti-Sikh Riots

21) Tarkunde Committee:Election Reforms

22) Malimath Committee: On Crime Investigation & punishment

23) BG Verghese , PC Joshi Committee: For programming of AIR, Doordarshan

24) Justice Rajinder Sachar: To examine socio-economic and educational status of Muslim community

25) DB Shekatkar Committee: To recommend measures to enhance Combat Capability & Rebalance defence expenditure of Armed Forces.

26) Aruna Sundararajan Committee : To review levies, including spectrum usage charge (SUC), and promote Ease of Doing Business (EDB) in telecom sector.

27) Rajiv Kumar Committee : to look at selling of OIL, ONGC fields to private companies .

28) PM sets up National Implementation Committee to commemorate 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak .

29) Athreya Committee: Restructuring Of IDBI

30) Basel Committee: Banking Supervision

31) Kothari Commission: To examine all aspects of the educational sector in India

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

33) Sarkaria Commission: Central-state relationship

34) K. Santhanam Committee: Establishment of CBI

35) Shivraman Committee : Establishment of NABARD

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

37) Balwantrai Mehta Committee (1957): Panchayati Raj Institutions

Committees are formed to examine the sector or various fields wherever reforms are necessary and they provide recommendations on the basis of their analyse and expertise .

There are many committees formed in India in various fields . Below given committees are most frequently asked questions . So it will be helpful for aspirants and , also students need to remember the names of the committees and its need .

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