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					                     INDIAN INSTITUTE OF FOREIGN TRADE


(I)    Particulars of the organization, functions and duties

       INDIAN INSTITUTE OF FOREIGN TRADE
       IIFT Bhawan, B-21 Qutab Institutional Area
       New Delhi-110 016.
       Tel. 26965124, 26965051, 26966563
       Fax: 26968314, 26966165

Objectives
The aims and objectives of the Institute are:
(i) to provide Post-Graduate education including doctoral and post-doctoral
      programme in all areas of international business management and trade, both in
      India and abroad;
(ii) to offer short and medium term management development programmes, directed to
      all levels of management, on international business, international trade and policy
      issues both in India and abroad;
(iii) to undertake, support and promote studies and research in international trade and
      business;
(iv) to carry out consultancy assignments in all areas of international trade and business
      for the government, public & private sector, civil societies, international
      organisations and any other client, both in India and abroad;
(v) to design and provide specialised training facilities for Government of India and
      State Government officials, as well as those from other countries;
(vi) to design and provide specialised training facilities for public & private firms both
      in India and abroad;
(vii) to promote education, training and research in international trade and business in
      universities and other academic institutions, both in India and abroad;
(viii) to organise seminars, workshops, conferences and similar activities for promoting
       debate on issues of current interest at regional, national and international level, as
       well as for wider dissemination of information and research findings;
(ix) to print and publish books, reports, occasional papers, journals and newsletters in
     multimedia, as consistent with the objectives of the Institute;
(x)   to establish and maintain documentation centres and information services to
      facilitate education, training, research and consultancy activities and to offer
      specialised information and database services to external clients;
(xi) to set up Divisions/Departments and Centres within the Institute to conduct
     education, training, research and consultancy on important policies and functional
     areas of international trade and business;
(xii) to set up Centres and Campuses in India and abroad either on its own or in
      collaboration, to promote the objectives of the Institute;
(xiii) to provide academic support to other educational institutions engaged in
       international business education as consistent with the objectives of the Institute;
(xiv) to offer short, medium and long term programmes in international business
      languages;
(xv) to provide on-line education in all areas of international business management and
     trade;
(xvi) to undertake extra-mural studies, extension programmes and outreach activities to
      contribute to the development of the Institute;
(xvii) to promote, support and undertake collaborative activities with national and
       international organisations including UNDP, ITC/UNCTAD, WTO, ESCAP, World
       Bank, etc. in the areas of interest to the Institute;
(xviii)    to do all such other acts and things either alone or in conjunction with other
      organisations or persons as the Institute may consider necessary.

Powers and Functions of the Institute
To carry out the above objectives, the Institute has the following powers:
(i) to design and deliver courses of study and research and to provide instructions in
      such branches of study as the Institute deems appropriate for the advancement of
      learning and dissemination of knowledge in such branches;
(ii) to confer Degrees and to grant Diplomas and/or Certificates to persons who have
      satisfactorily completed the approved courses of study and/or research as may be
      prescribed and shall have passed the prescribed examinations or fulfilled any other
      conditions as laid down from time to time;
(iii) to set up Centres and Campuses in India and abroad either on its own or in
      association with partner institutions with a view to achieving the Institute’s
      objectives;
(iv) to institute and award visitorships, fellowships, honorary degrees, prizes and medals;
(v) to accept grants of money, donations, securities and property of any kind on such
      terms as may seem desirable;
(vi) to acquire by gift, purchase, exchange, lease, hire or otherwise, howsoever, any
      property movable or immovable, which may be necessary or convenient for the
      purpose of the Institute and to build, construct, improve, alter, demolish and acquire
      such buildings, works and constructions as may be necessary for carrying out the
      objects of the Institute;
(vii) to sell, lease, exchange, hire or otherwise transfer all or any portion of the property,
      movable or immovable, of the Institute, provided that prior approval in writing of
      the Department of Commerce (DOC) is obtained for the transfer of immovable
      property;




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(viii)to invest and deal with any moneys and securities of the Institute not immediately
      required for any of its activities in such a manner as may be provided by the Rules
      and Regulations of the Institute as may be laid down from time to time;
(ix) to draw, make, accept, endorse and discount cheques, notes or other negotiable
      instruments for the purposes of the Institute;
(x) to invest any surplus funds not needed for immediate research work in
      accordance with the provisions contained in Sections 11(2), 11(3) and
      11(5) of the Income Tax Act 1961 as amended from time to time;
(xi) to create any Reserve Fund, Corpus Fund, Sinking Fund, Insurance Fund, Provident Fund or any
      other Special Fund, whether for depreciation or for repairs, improving, extending or maintaining
      any of the properties or rights of the Institute and/or for recoupment of wasting assets and/or benefits
      of the employees and for any other purposes for which the Institute deems it expedient or proper to
      create or maintain any such Fund or Funds;
(xii) to borrow and raise moneys with or without security or on the security of a
      mortgage, charge or hypothecation or pledge of all immovable properties belonging
      to the Institute or in any other manner, whatsoever, provided that prior approval in
      writing of the DOC is obtained in that behalf;
(xiii)to create academic, administrative, technical, ministerial or any other post(s) under
      the Institute and to make appointments thereto in accordance with the Rules and
      Regulations of the Institute;
(xiv) to make Rules and Regulations and Bye-laws for the conduct of the affairs of the
      Institute and to add, amend, vary or rescind them from time to time;
(xv) to do all such other acts and things either alone or in conjunction with other
      organisations or persons as the Institute may consider necessary, incidental or
      conducive to the attainment of the abovesaid objectives.


(II) Power and duties of its officers and employees

Officers of the Institute

The following are the officers of the Institute:

    (i) Director
    (ii) Registrar
    (iii)Finance Officer
    (iv) Such other officers as may be prescribed for in the Bye-laws.
    (A) Chairman
    The Institute has a Chairman who by virtue of his office is the Head of the Institute
    and presides over the Convocations of the Institute. The Secretary, Department of
    Commerce, Government of India is the Chairman of the Institute.




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Where power is conferred upon the Chairman to nominate persons to authorities, the
Chairman, to the extent necessary, nominates persons to represent the various
interests for the furtherance of the objectives of the Institute.
(B) Director
The Director of the Institute is the whole time salaried officer of the Institute and is
appointed by the Chairman with the approval of the Commerce & Industry Minister
from a panel of three names suggested by a Search Committee.
The Director holds office for a term of 5 years. Provided that notwithstanding the
expiry of the said period of 5 years, he can continue in office till his successor is
appointed and assumes office, but not beyond six months.
Provided further that a person appointed as Director shall retire from office during the
tenure of his office or extension thereof, if any, if he completes the age of 65 years.
(70 years BOM meeting 24.9.2009)
If the office of the Director becomes vacant due to death, resignation or otherwise and
in his absence due to illness or any other cause the senior-most Professor performs the
duties of Director until a new Director is appointed or as the case may be, the existing
Director resumes duties.
(i)   The Director is the Principal Academic and Executive Officer of the Institute
      and exercises general supervision and control over the affairs of the Institute and
      implements the decisions of all the authorities of the Institute.
(ii) The Director may, if he is of the opinion that immediate action is called for on
     any matter, exercise any power conferred upon any Authority of the Institute
     under the Memorandum of Association and the Rules and Regulations/Bye-laws,
     take such action or proceed to take such action and shall report to the Board of
     Management on the action taken by him on such matters.
Provided that if the Board of Management is of the opinion that such action ought not
to have been taken, it may refer the matter to the Chairman whose decision thereon
shall be final.
Provided further that if any person in the service of the Institute is aggrieved by such
action taken by the Director under the said clause, he has the right to appeal against
the action to the Board of Management within 30 days from the date on which such
action is communicated to him and thereupon the Board of Management may
confirm, modify or reverse the action taken by the Director.
(iii) The Director is the ex-officio Chairman of the Board of Management, the
      Academic Council and the Finance Committee.
(iv) It is the duty of the Director to ensure that the Memorandum of Association, the Rules, Bye-
      laws and Regulations of the Institute are duly observed and implemented and he has all the
      necessary powers in this regard.
(v) The Director exercises general control over the affairs of the Institute and is
      mainly responsible for implementation of the decisions of the various authorities
      of the Institute.



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(vi) All powers relating to the proper maintenance and discipline of the Institute are
      vested in the Director.
(vii) The Director exercises such other powers and performs such other functions as
      may be prescribed by the Rules, Bye-laws and Regulations.
(viii)The Director exercises all other powers as may be delegated to him by the Board
      of Management.
(ix) The Director has the powers to re-delegate some of his powers to any of his
      subordinate officers with the concurrence and approval of the Board of
      Management.
(x) The Director has the power to convene or cause to be convened meetings of the
      various bodies of the Institute.
(C) Dean(s)
   (i) The Institute shall have Dean(s).
   (ii) The Dean(s) shall be appointed by the Director from amongst HoD(s)/
        Chairperson(s)/Professors of the Institute giving due cognisance to seniority.
   (iii)The term of the Dean(s) shall be for a period of five years or the date of
        retirement as a Professor, whichever is earlier.
   (iv) The powers and functions of the Dean(s) shall be as follows:
        (a) To coordinate education, training, research and consultancy activities, and to promote
            inter institutional collaboration in teaching, research and extension programmes of the
            Institute, both in India and abroad.
        (b) To carry out such other duties as may be assigned to him by the Director.
        (c) To exercise such other powers and perform such other functions as may be
            prescribed by the Rules, Bye-laws and Regulations.
(D) HoD(s)/Chairperson(s)
   (i) There are HoD(s)/Chairperson(s) for each Department and core
       academic activity in the Institute who are appointed by the Director
       from amongst the Professors of the Institute by rotation giving due
       cognisance to seniority.
   (ii) The term of appointment of the HoD(s)/Chairperson(s) is for 3 years and
        he/they is/are eligible for reappointment(s).
   (iii)The powers and functions of the HoD(s)/Chairperson(s) are prescribed under
        Bye-laws of the Institute.
(E) Registrar
(i) The Registrar is a whole-time salaried officer of the Institute and is appointed by
    the Board of Management on the recommendations of the Selection Committee
    consisting of the following:
    (a) Director                             - Chairman
    (b) One nominee of the Chairman of the Institute.



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    (c) One nominee of the Board of Management from the Members.
    (d) One expert appointed by the Board of Management who is not an employee of
        the Institute.
(ii) When the office of the Registrar is vacant or when the Registrar is absent by
     reason of illness or any other reason, the duties and functions of the Registrar
     shall be performed by such other person as the Director may appoint for the
     purpose.
(iii)The Registrar is the ex-officio Secretary of the Board of Management, and
     Planning & Monitoring Board but is not deemed to be a member of any of these
     authorities.
(iv) The Registrar supervises the work of Administration, Finance and Estate &
     Maintenance Sections.
(v) The Registrar is directly responsible to the Director of the Institute.
(vi) The following are the duties of the Registrar:
     (a) to be custodian of the records of the Institute and such other property of the
         Institute as the Board of Management may commit to his charge;
     (b) to issue notices convening meetings of the authorities of the Institute and all Committees and
         Sub-Committees appointed by any of these authorities of which the Registrar is the
         Secretary;
     (c) to keep the minutes of the meetings of all the authorities of the Institute and of
         all the Committees and Sub-Committees appointed by any of these authorities;
     (d) to represent the Institute in suits or proceeding by or against the Institute in Courts of Law,
         sign powers of attorney and perform pleadings or depute his representatives for this purpose;
     (e) to enter into agreements, MoUs, etc, sign documents and authenticate records
         on behalf of the Institute;
     (f) to hold in special custody records and documents of the Institute;
     (g) to safeguard and maintain the buildings, gardens, office, canteen, cars and the
         vehicles, laboratories, libraries, reading rooms, equipment and other properties
         of the Institute;
     (h) to perform such other duties as may be specified in the Rules and Bye-laws or
         as may be specified by the Board of Management or the Director from time to
         time.
(F) Finance Officer
    (a) The Finance Officer is the whole time salaried officer of the Institute and is
        appointed by the Board of Management.
    (b) He is responsible for the preparation of annual estimates and statements of
        account for submission to the Finance Committee and the Board of
        Management.
    (c) Any other function(s) as may be prescribed by the Bye-laws, Rules &
        Regulations of the Institute.



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       (d) When the office of the Finance Officer is vacant or when the Finance Officer
           is absent by reason of illness or any other reason, the duties and functions of
           the Finance Officer shall be performed by such other person as the Director
           may appoint for the purpose.

       Controller of Examinations looks after the work relating to conduct of
examinations of various courses of the Institute which inter-alia includes getting the
question papers prepared by the concerned faculty and evaluation thereof, conversion of
marks in grades, preparation of marks sheets, timely declaration of results, etc.

        Sr. Administrative Officer (Estate & Maintenance) is responsible for general
maintenance, cleanliness of Institute’s premises. He also looks after the purchases/award
of contracts in connection with E&M Section.

       Sr. Administrative Officer (Academics) looks after the work of Admission to
courses of the Institute and smooth conduct of courses.

       Sr. Finance Officer looks after the work of Finance Section.

        Administrative Officer (Hindi) is in charge of Hindi Section and is responsible
for implementation of directions issued by Government for implementation of Hindi in
the Institute.

        Administrative Officer (Establishment) looks after the work of Establishment
Section as well as General Administration Section. His duties and responsibilities relate
to maintain record of services of the employees of the Institute, work relating to
recruitment, general purchases, to provide for general services, award of annual
maintenance contracts, etc.

         Section Officers head their respective sections and supervise the work of their
subordinates. The duties and responsibilities of Section Officer, in general, include to
initiate action for purchases, payments, award of AMCs, conduct of programmes, sale of
publications, etc.

(iii) Procedure followed in its decision making

       Director, the Head of the Institute is empowered to take decisions in regard to day
       to day functioning as also on policy matters concerning the Institute. In decision
       making process Director is assisted by various Committees such as Selection
       Committee, Departmental Promotion Committee, Purchase Committee, Contract
       Committee, Finance Committee, etc. which recommend the course of action.

       Channel of supervision: ORGANOGRAM attached

       Accountability :       Accountability is of the concerned officer.




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(iv)         Norms set by it for the discharge of its functions:

        All day to day and routine jobs like payments, promotions, increments, service
record, replies to letters, etc. are attended to by the concerned employee/officer at the
earliest. The following time limits have been prescribed for disposal of various requests
coming from employees of the Institute:

   Sl. No. Nature of application                                   No. of working
                                                                   days for disposal
   1.       Grant of advance/withdrawal from GPF                            5
   2.       House Building Advance                                         20
   3.       Grant of festival advance                                       7
   4.       Motor-cycle/scooter advance                                    15
   5.       Motor car advance                                              15
   6.       Cycle advance                                                   7
   7.       LTC advance                                                     5
   8.       LTC/TA adjustment                                               7
   9.       TA advance                                                      4
   10.      Sanction of medical advance                                    4
   11.      Sanction of medical reimbursement cases                        5
   12.      Payment of medical reimbursement                              15 *
   13.      Encashment of leave                                             3
   14.      Grant of pay certificate/TD certificate/Certificate of          5
            accrual of interest on HBA
   15.      Issue of NOC for obtaining personal passport                    2
   16.      Grant of permission under Conduct Rules                         7
   17.      Change of Home Town recorded in the Service Book                5
   18.      Forwarding of applications for higher posts                     4
   19.      Leave applications                                              3
   20.      Fixation of pay                                                4
   21.      Equipment complaint system                                Same day
   22.      Requisition of stationery                                 Same day
       * Claims received in one fortnight towards payment of medical reimbursement
are processed and payments made on 7th and 21st of every month.

       For any grievance, employee can forward his case to Grievance Redressal
Machinery through proper channel to the Registrar. In case no reply is received by the
concerned employee within one month, he may forward copy of his grievance to the
Director of the Institute.

       (v)      Rules regulations, instructions, manuals and records held by it or under
                its control or used by its employees

       A copy each of MoA, IIFT Bye-laws, IIFT Recruitment Rules, E&M Manual,
       Consultancy Rules is enclosed.


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   (vi)      A statement of categories of documents that are held by it or under its
             control

   The ACRs and some files dealing with disciplinary proceedings are categorized as
   ‘Confidential’. In addition, the files dealing with recruitment/promotions are also kept
   confidential till the matter requires confidentiality.


   (vii)     Particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with, or
             representation by, the members of the public in relation to the
             formulation of its policy or implementation thereof.

          There are provisions of public representation in various Bodies of the Institute
          such as Board of Management, Academic Council, Finance Committee, Advisory
          Committee, Planning & Monitoring Board, Selection Committees, Board of
          Studies,

   (viii) Statement of Boards, Councils, Committees and other bodies consisting of
          two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purpose of its
          advice, and as to whether meetings of those Boards, Councils,
          Committees and other bodies are open to the public or the minutes of
          such meetings are accessible for public.


                                BOARD OF MANAGEMENT

CHAIRMAN                :       Shri K.T. Chacko, Director, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade,
                                B-21, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.


1. Shri J S Deepak, Joint Secretary, Department of Commerce, Ministry of Commerce &
   Industry, Udyog Bhawan, New Delhi-110 011.

2. Shri Rajeev Kher, Additional Secretary, Department of Commerce, Ministry of Commerce
   & Industry, Udyog Bhawan, New Delhi-110 011.

3. Prof. Anjan Mukherji, Centre for Economic Studies & Planning, School of Social
   Sciences, Room No. 324, Building II, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi-110 067.

4. Ms Reenat Sandhu, Joint Secretary, Ministry of External Affairs, Room No. 810, 8th floor,
   Akbar Bhawan, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi.

5. Dr. Atul Sood, Associate Professor, Centre for the Study of Regional Development,
   School of Social Sciences (SSS), Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi-110 067.

6. Shri S Sridhar, Chairman & Managing Director, Central Bank of India, Chander Mukhi,
   Nariman Point, Mumbai-400 021.




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7. Shri Phiroz Vandrevala, Executive Director & Head, Global Corporate Affairs, Tata
   Consultancy Services, 4 & 5th Floor, PTI Building, No. 4, Sansad Marg, New Delhi-
   110001.


                                      IIFT FACULTY


8. Dr. Radhika Prosad Datta, Professor, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, J-1/14, EP&GP
   Block, Sector-V, Salt Lake, Kolkata-700 091.

9. Dr.(Mrs) Vijaya Katti, Chairperson, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21, Qutab
   Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.

10. Dr. Biswajit Nag, Associate Professor, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21, Qutab
    Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.

11. Dr. K. Rangarajan, Head, Kolkata Centre, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, J-1/14,
    EP&GP Block, Sector-V, Salt Lake, Kolkata-700 091.

     Secretary – Dr. L.D. Mago, Registrar



                                  FINANCE COMMITTEE


CHAIRMAN                :      Shri K.T. Chacko, Director, Indian Institute of Foreign
                               Trade, B-21, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.


                                            MEMBERS


1.      Shri J S Deepak, Joint Secretary, Department of Commerce, Ministry of
        Commerce & Industry, Udyog Bhawan, New Delhi-110011

2.      Shri Rajan S Katoch, Additional Secretary & Financial Advisor, Department of
        Commerce, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Udyog Bhawan, New Delhi-
        110011.

3.      Prof. Anjan Mukherjee, Centre for Economic Studies & Planning, School of
        Social Sciences, Room No. 325, Building 2, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New
        Delhi-110 067.

4.      Shri Phiroz Adi Vandrevala, Executive Director & Head, Global Corporate Affairs,
        Tata Consultancy Services, 4 & 5th floor, PTI Building, No. 4, Sansad Marg, New
        Delhi-110 001.

5.      Dr.(Mrs) Satinder Bhatia, Chairperson, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21,
        Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.



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6.    Dr. Rakesh Mohan Joshi, Chairperson, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21,
      Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.

7.    Dr.(Mrs) Vijaya Katti, Chairperson, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21, Qutab
      Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.
8.    Dr D. Sunitha Raju, Chairperson, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21, Qutab
      Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.

9.    Dr. K. Rangarajan, Head, Kolkata Centre, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, J-1/14,
      EP&GP Block, Sector-V, Salt Lake, Kolkata-700 091

10.   Dr. L.D. Mago, Registrar, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21, Qutab
      Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.

      Secretary : Shri Kapil Chawla, Finance Officer



                               ACADEMIC COUNCIL


CHAIRMAN             : Shri K.T. Chacko, Director, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade,
                       B-21, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-16.


1.    Dr. Krishna Kumar, Professor, Indian Institute of Management-Lucknow, B-1,
      Sector-62, Noida, Uttar Pradesh – 201 307.

2.    Dr J K Mitra, Professor, Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi University, Delhi-
      110 007.

3.    Dr. Madhu Vij, Professor (Finance), Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi
      University, Delhi-110 007.



                                   IIFT FACULTY

4.    Dr.(Mrs) Satinder Bhatia, Chairperson, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21,
      Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.

5.    Dr. Ranajoy Bhattacharyya, Professor, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, J-1/14,
      EP&GP Block, Sector-V, Salt Lake, Kolkata-700 091.

6.    Dr. Debashish Chakraborty, Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Foreign
      Trade, B-21, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.

7.    Dr. Bibek Ray Chaudhuri, Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade,
      J-1/14, EP&GP Block, Sector-V, Salt Lake, Kolkata-700 091



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8.    Dr. Radhika Prosad Datta, Professor, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, J-1/14,
      EP&GP Block, Sector-V, Salt Lake, Kolkata-700 091.

9.    Dr. Gautam Kumar Datta, Associate Professor, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade,
      J-1/14, EP&GP Block, Sector-V, Salt Lake, Kolkata-700 091

10.   Dr. Rakesh Mohan Joshi, Chairperson, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21,
      Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.

11.   Dr.(Mrs) Vijaya Katti, Chairperson, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21, Qutab
      Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.

12.   Dr. Sheeba Kapil, Associate Professor, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21,
      Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.

13.   Dr. K. Rangarajan, Head, Kolkata Centre, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, J-
      1/14, EP&GP Block, Sector-V, Salt Lake, Kolkata-700 091.

14.   Dr.(Mrs) D. Sunitha Raju, Chairperson, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21,
      Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.

15.   Dr. Ravi Shanker, Professor, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21, Qutab
      Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.

16.   Dr. Ram Singh, Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21,
      Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.

17.   Dr. L.D. Mago, Registrar, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21, Qutab
      Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.


                              PERMANENT INVITEE


18.   Shri Harkirat Singh, Controller of Examination, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade,
      B-21, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.


      Member-Secretary – Dr. Niti Nandini Chatnani, Associate Professor



                      PLANNING AND MONITORING BOARD



CHAIRMAN     :      Shri K.T. Chacko, Director, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade
                    B-21, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016




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                                        MEMBERS


1.   Prof. C.P. Chandersekhar, Centre for Economic Studies & Planning, Jawaharlal
     Nehru University, New Mehrauli Road, New Delhi-110 067.

2.   Dr.(Mrs) Vijaya Katti, Chairperson, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21, Qutab
     Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.

3.   Dr. (Mrs) Satinder Bhatia, Chairperson, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21,
     Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.
4.   Dr. Rakesh Mohan Joshi, Chairperson, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21,
     Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.

5.   Dr.(Mrs) D. Sunitha Raju, Chairperson, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21,
     Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.

6.   Dr. K. Rangarajan, Head, Kolkata Centre, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, J-1/14,
     EP&GP Block, Sector-V, Salt Lake, Kolkata-700 091

     Dr. L.D. Mago, Registrar – Member-Secretary



                               BOARD OF STUDIES


CHAIRMAN    :       Shri K.T. Chacko, Director, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade
                    B-21, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016


                                        MEMBERS


1.   Prof. Abad Ahmad, 20, Cavalry Lines, Delhi University, Delhi-110 007.          Mobile:
     9818309403

2.   Dr .D.P. Kothari, Ex-Director, IIT, Room No. 232, 5th Block, Indian Institute of
     Technology, New Delhi.

3.   Dr.(Mrs) Vijaya Katti, Chairperson, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21, Qutab
     Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.

4.   Dr. (Mrs) Satinder Bhatia, Chairperson, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21,
     Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.
5.   Dr.(Mrs) D. Sunitha Raju, Chairperson, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21,
     Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.




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6.    Dr. Rakesh Mohan Joshi, Chairperson, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21,
      Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.

7.    Dr. K. Rangarajan, Head, Kolkata Centre, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, J-1/14,
      EP&GP Block, Sector-V, Salt Lake, Kolkata-700 091

8.    Head (WTO Centre), Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21, Qutab Institutional
      Area, New Delhi-110 016.

9.    Dr. Biswajit Nag, Associate Professor, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21,
      Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.

10.   Dr. Pinaki Das Gupta, Associate Professor, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-
      21, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.

      Dr. L.D. Mago, Registrar – Member-Secretary




                              ADVISORY COMMITTEE



CHAIRMAN     :       Shri K.T. Chacko, Director, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade
                     B-21, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016


1.    Dr. Nagesh Kumar, Director, Research and Information System for Developing
      Countries, Zone IV-B, Fourth floor, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi-
      110 003

2.    Dr. Arvind Virmani, Principal Adviser, Planning Commission, Parliament Street,
      New Delhi-110 001.


                                  IIFT FACULTY


3.    Dr.(Mrs) Satinder Bhatia, Chairperson, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21,
      Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.

4.    Dr. Rakesh Mohan Joshi, Chairperson, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21,
      Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.
5.    Dr.(Mrs) Vijaya Katti, Chairperson, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21, Qutab
      Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.

6.    Dr.(Mrs) D. Sunitha Raju, Chairperson, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, B-21,
      Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110 016.




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7.   Dr. K. Rangarajan, Head, Kolkata Centre, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, J-1/14,
     EP&GP Block, Sector-V, Salt Lake, Kolkata-700 091.

     Secretary – Dr. L.D. Mago, Registrar



                           PURCHASE COMMITTEE


     1.   Shri Ashok Kapoor, Consultant                  - Chairman
     2.   Shri S.K. Batra, Sr. Admn. Officer (E&M)
     3.   Shri Biju Mathew, Sr, Finance Officer
     4.   Shri Kapil Chawla, F.O.
     5.   Shri Bhuwan Chandra, A.O.
     6.   Shri Desh Raj, S.O. (E&M)
     7.   Shri Anil Kumar Meena, S.O. (Gen. Admn.)


                               CONTRACT COMMITTEE

     1.   Shri Rajiv Mohan Srivastava                    - Chairman
     2.   Shri S.K. Batra, Sr. Admn. Officer (E&M)
     3.   Shri Biju Mathew, Sr. Finance Officer
     4.   Shri Kapil Chawla, F.O.
     5.   Shri Bhuwan Chandra, A.O.
     6.   Shri Desh Raj, S.O. (E&M)
     7.   Shri Anil Kumar Meena, S.O. (Gen. Admn.)



                    SEXUAL HARASSMENT COMMITTEE


     1.      Dr. (Mrs.) S. Bhatia            -    Chairperson
     2.      Dr. K. Rangarajan               -    Member
     3.      Dr. Jacqueline Symss            -    Member
     4.      Shri S.K. Batra                 -    Member
     5.      Mrs. Amita Anand                -    Member



                   GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL MACHINERY


     1.      Dr. (Mrs.) Vijaya Katti, Chairperson
     2.      Dr. (Mrs.) Satinder Bhatia, Chairperson


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         3.       Dr. Ravi Shanker, Professor
         4.       Dr. L.D. Mago, Registrar              - Member Secretary


  (ix)        A directory of its officers and employees

              A list of faculty/officers/employees of the Institute is given below :

IIFT, DELHI              PBX Tel. No. 26965124, 26965051
 Sl. No.                   Name & Designation                               Tel. No.

  1.          Shri K.T. Chacko, Director                                   26963880
  2.          Dr. (Mrs.) Vijaya Katti, Chairperson                         26964742
  3.          Dr. (Mrs.) S. Bhatia, Chairperson                            26968313
  4.          Dr. Rakesh Mohan Joshi, Chairperson                          26510961
  5.          Dr. (Mrs.) D Sunitha Raju, Chairperson                       26966568
  6.          Dr. Ravi Shanker, Professor
  7.          Shri Harkirat Singh, Consultant
  8.          Shri Ashok Kapoor, Consultant
  9.          Shri Rohit Mehtani, Consultant
  10.         Dr. O.P. Wali,Consultant
  11.         Shri Rajiv Mohan Srivastav, Consultant
  12.         Dr. Pinaki Das Gupta, Associate Professor
  13.         Dr. Biswajit Nag, Associate Professor
  14.         Dr. Pooja Lakhanpal, Associate Professor
  15.         Dr. Justin Paul, Associate Professor
  16.         Dr. M. Venkatesan, Associate Professor
  17.         Shri Munish Bhargava, P & C Advisor
  18.         Dr. Niti Nandini Chatnani, Associate Prof.
  19.         Dr. Sheeba Kapil, Associate Prof.
  20.         Mrs. Ruppal Walia Sharma, Consultant
  21.         Dr. Nitin Seth, Associate Professor
  22.         Dr. V Raveendra Saradhi, Asso Professor
  23.         Dr. Sanjay Rastogi, Associate Professor
  24.         Dr. R.K. Singh, Associate Professor
  25.         Dr. Jacqueline Symss, Assistant Professor
  26.         Dr. Anshu Saxena, Assistant Professor                      On long leave
  27.         Dr. Basanta K. Sahu, Assistant Professor
  28.         Dr. Ram Singh, Assistant Professor
  29.         Dr. Debashis Chakraborty, Asstt. Professor
  30.         Dr. Sweta Srivastava Malla, Assistant Professor
  31.         Dr. Ashim Raj Singla, Assistant Prof.
  32.         Dr. Himani Gupta, Asstt. Prof.
  33.         Dr. Mridula Savitri Mishra, Asstt. Prof.
  34.         Dr. Jaydeep Mukherjee, Asstt. Prof.


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35.   Ms. Tamanna Chaturvedi, Consultant
36.   Ms. Parul Singh, Consultant
37.   Ms. Sonu Verma, Consultant
38.   Shri Pratap Chandra Mohanty, Consultant
39.   Dr. L D Mago, Registrar                               26966165
40.   Dr. R.K. Mitra, Deputy Registrar                      26531490
41.   Shri B K Panda, Systems Manager                       26857356
42.   Shri S.K. Batra, Sr. Admn. Officer (Estt. & Maint.)   26563009
43.   Shri Girish Chawla, Sr. A.O.                          26968314
44.   Shri Biju Mathew, Sr. F.O.
45.   Shri S K Verma, A.O.
46.   Shri Kapil Chawla, Finance Officer                    26563009
47.   Shri Gaurav Gulati, A.O.                              26857908
48.   Shri Bhuwan Chandra, A.O.                             26968315
49.   Shri Anil Kumar Kanungo, Editor                       26853952
50.   Shri S Balasubramanian, ASM
51.   Ms. Jyoti Yadav, Computer Programmer
52.   Mrs. B Pankti, Deputy Librarian                       26969508
53.   Shri Desh Raj, Section Officer
54.   Shri B. Prasannakumar, Section Officer
55.   Ms. Deepa P.G., Section Officer
56.   Mrs. Meenakshi Saxena, Section Officer
57.   Mrs. Kavita Sharma, Section Officer
58.   Shri Gurdayal Singh, Section Officer
59.   Mrs. Sumita Marwaha, Section Officer
60.   Mrs. Meena Vij, Section Officer
61.   Mrs. Nalini Meshram, Section Officer
62.   Shri Anil Kumar Meena, Section Officer
63.   Mrs. Lalita Gupta, Section Officer
64.   Shri R.S. Meena, Assistant Librarian
65.   Mrs. Ameeta Anand, Assistant Librarian
66.   Mrs. Nirmala, Assistant Librarian
67.   Shri P K Khanna, Sr. Assistant
68.   Mrs. Mohini Madaan, Sr. Assistant
69.   Shri Chiranji Lal, Sr. Assistant
70.   Shri Rajinder Prasad, Sr. Assistant
71.   Mrs. Hoijahat Lienthang, Sr. Assistant
72.   Mrs. Shakuntala Arora, Sr. P.A.
73.   Mrs. Raj Rani, Sr. Personal Assistant
74.   Shri Ashok Kumar Chopra, Sr. P.A.
75.   Mrs. Saroj Bala, Sr. P.A.
76.   Miss Tanushri Chopra, Assistant
77.   Shri Sonawane Sushil Kumar Prakash, Asttt.
78.   Shri Rahul Kapoor, Assistant
79.   Shri Aman Kumar, Assistant


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80.    Shri Devi Prasad, Assistant
81.    Ms. Lhingboi T. Haokip, Assistant
82.    Ms. Leena Nagwani, Assistant
83.    Shir Banwari Lal, Assistant
84.    Shri Sanjay Gandhi, Assistant
85.    Shri Karun Duggal, Assistant
86.    Shri Satpal Singh, Assistant
87.    Shri Kamal Singh, Assistant
88.    Shri Barun Bhattacharjee, Asstt.
89.    Shri Jitender Saxena, Asstt.
90.    Miss Lalita Chandrawal, Asstt.
91.    Shri Rakesh Kumar Ojha, Asstt
92.    Shri Gaurav Gupta, Asstt.
93.    Shri Sachin Yadav, Asstt
94.    Shri Rajendra Kamath, Asstt.
95.    Shri Nathu Ram, Asstt.
96.    Shri Raj Kumar, Asst.
97.    Shri Bishan Datt, Asstt.
98.    Mrs. Neelam Khullar, Assistant
99.    Mrs. Sushila Tirkey, Assistant
100.   Shri Man Singh, Personal Assistant
101.   Shri Himanshu Toor, Personal Assistant
102.   Shri Lalit Kumar, Personal Assistant
103.   Ms. Monika Verma, Personal Assistant
104.   Ms. Monica, Personal Assistant
105.   Shri Naveen Kumar, Personal Assistant
106.   Mrs. Jasbir Oberoi, Sr. Clerk
107.   Shri Bhopal Singh, Sr. Clerk
108.   Shri Kuldeep Chand, Sr. Clerk
109.   Mrs. Rajesh Kumari, Sr. Clerk
110.   Shri Ram Niwas, Sr. Clerk
111.   Shri Mehak Singh, Sr. Clerk
112.   Shri S.P. Gautam, Sr. Clerk
113.   Shri Balwinder Singh, Sr. Clerk
114.   Shri Om Prakash, Sr. Clerk
115.   Smt. Sushil Rani, Sr. Clerk
116.   Mrs. Mariamma Mathai, Sr. Clerk
117.   Shri S S Bhardwaj, Sr. Clerk.
118.   Ms. Chanchal Solanki, Jr. Steno
119.   Ms. Savita Arora, Jr. Steno
120.   Ms. Neeru Verma, Jr. Steno
121.   Shri Vijay Kumar, Jr. Steno
122.   Ms. Aruna Papneja, Jr. Steno
123.   Shri Ranjit Mahto, Jr. Steno
124.   Shri Sunil Kumar, Jr. Steno


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    125.   Shri Bhagat Singh, Jr. Steno
    126.   Ms. Kanika Malhotra, Jr. Steno
    127.   Shri Sanjay Verma, Jr. Steno
    128.   Miss Preeti Khanijo, Jr. Steno
    129.   Shri Deepak Bisht, Jr. Steno
    130.   Shri Jagdeep Kumar, Jr. Steno
    131.   Shri Gaurav Nagar, Jr. Steno
    132.   Miss Ritu Rani, Jr. Steno
    133.   Shri Pramod Kumar, Jr. Steno
    134.   Shri Javed, Jr. Steno
    135.   Shri Gunjan Joshi, Jr. Steno
    136.   Shri Sushil Kumar, Jr. Steno
    137.   Shri Kanwar Singh, Jr. Clerk
    138.   Shri Rajbir Singh, Jr. Clerk
    139.   Ms.Karishma Khan, Jr. Clerk
    140.   Ms. Seema Yadav, Jr. Clerk
    141.   Shri Rakesh, Jr. Clerk
    142.   Ms. Seema Sharma, Jr. Clerk
    143.   Shri Sanjeev Kumar, Jr. Clerk
    144.   Shri Mukesh Khatri, Jr. Clerk
    145.   Shri Bhim Singh, Staff Car Driver
    146.   Shri K G Rajendran Pillai, Sr. Electrician
    147.   Shri Om Prakash, Attendent
    148.   Shri Har Singh, Attendent
    149.   Shri Netar Singh, Daftry
    150.   Shri Umesh Kumar, Daftry
    151.   Mrs. Sheela Devi, Daftry
    152.   Mrs. Madhuri Rawat, Peon
    153.   Shri Girish Km. Gupta, Peon
    154.   Shri Deepak Kumar, Peon
    155.   Shri Rajendra Singh, Peon
    156.   Shri Sanjay Kumar, Peon
    157.   Shri Rakesh Kumar Gupta, Peon
.




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IIFT, KOLKATA                               PBX Tel. No. 033 235728540

 S.No.      Name                                                      Te. No.
  1.        Dr. K. Rangarajan, Professor and Head, Kolkata Centre    23572851
                                                                     23572852
  2.        Dr. Ranajoy Bhattacharya, Professor
  3.        Dr. Radhika Prosad Dutta, Professor
  4.        Dr. Gautam Kumar Dutta, Associate Professor
  5.        Dr. (Mrs.) Saswati Tripathi, Associate Professor
  6.        Dr. P.K. Das, Associate Professor
  7.        Dr. Rajender Prasad Sharma, Associate Professor
  8.        Dr. Jayant Kumar Seal, Associate Professor
  9.        Dr. Dipanker Sinha, Associate Professor
  10.       Dr. Saikat Banerjee, Associate Professor
  11.       Shri Ranjit Goswami, Consultant (Asso. Prof.)
  12.       Shri T.P. Ghosh, Assistant Professor
  13.       Shri Bibek Roy Chaudhury, Assistant Professor
  14.       Ms. Arjita Gupta, Computer Programmer
  15.       Shri Amit Ghosal, Section Officer
  16.       Ms. Moumita Dey, Library Assistant
  17.       Shri Bartin Sarkar, Assistant
  18.       Shri Dwaipayan Ash, Assistant
  19.       Shri Bipul Kumar Bora, Assistant
  20.       Shri Niloy Kumar Mukherjee, Personal Assistant
  21.       Ms. Neelam Shah, Jr. Clerk
  22.       Shri Satyabrota Ghosh, Jr. Clerk


  (x)      Monthly remuneration received by each of its officers and employees
           including the system of compensation as provided in its regulations

         S.No.               Post                          Scale of pay
            1.   Director                        Rs.75,000 + Rs.5,000 Special
                                                 Allowance
           2.    Professor                       Rs.37400-67000+AGP Rs.10500
           3.    Associate Professor             Rs.37400-67000+AGP Rs.9500
           4.    Assistant Professor             Rs.15600-39100+AGP Rs.8000
           5.    Consultant                                Consolidated
           6.    Registrar                       Rs.37400-67000 + GP Rs.8900
           7.    Dy. Registrar                   Rs.37400-67000 + GP Rs.8700
           8.    Head, Computer Centre           Rs.37400-67000 + GP Rs.10000
           9.    Systems Manager                 Rs.37400-67000 + GP Rs.9000
           10.   Sr. A.O. (Academics)            Rs.15600-39100 + GP Rs.7600
           11.   Sr. A.O. (E&M)                  Rs.15600-39100 + GP Rs.7600


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        12. Sr. Finance Officer              Rs.15600-39100 + GP Rs.7600
        13. Dy. Librarian/Librarian          Rs.15600-39100 + GP Rs.6600
        14. Asstt. Systems Manager           Rs.15600-39100 + GP Rs.6600
        15. Finance Officer                  Rs.15600-39100 + GP Rs.6600
        16. Administrative Officer           Rs.15600-39100 + GP Rs.6600
        17. Editor                           Rs.15600-39100 + GP Rs.6600
        18. Computer Programmer              Rs.9300-34800 + GP Rs.5400
        19. Section Officer/Hindi Officer    Rs.9300-34800 + GP Rs.4600
        20. Assistant Librarian              Rs.9300-34800 + GP Rs.4600
        21. Sr. Assistant                    Rs.9300-34800 + GP Rs.4600
        22. Sr. P.A.                         Rs.9300-34800 + GP Rs.4600
        23. P.A.                             Rs.9300-34800 + GP Rs.4200
        24. Assistant                        Rs.9300-34800 + GP Rs.4200
        25. Library Assistant                Rs.9300-34800 + GP Rs.4200
        26. Jr. Stenographer                 Rs.5200-20200 + GP Rs.2400
        27. Sr. Clerk                        Rs.5200-20200 + GP Rs.2400
        28. Junior Clerk                     Rs.5200-20200 + GP Rs.1900
        29. Staff Car Driver                 Rs.5200-20200 + GP Rs.1900
        30. Electrician                      Rs.5200-20200 + GP Rs.1900
                                             Rs.5200-20200 + GP Rs.2400
                                             as Sr. Electrician on personal basis
                                             to the existing incumbent
        31.   Daftries/Peons                 Rs.5200-20200 + Rs.1800

(xi)    Budgeted and actual expenditures

        Statements attached.

(xii)   Manner of execution of subsidy programmes including the amounts
        allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes

        50% fee concession is given to SC/ST and physically handicapped students of
        all Graduate Studies Division programmes, viz. two-year full time MBA
        (International Business), three-year part-time MBA (International Business),
        Executive Masters in International Business (on Campus), Executive Masters
        in International Business (thru VSAT) and Certificate Programme in Export
        Management. In addition to the above subsidy, the Institute extends Need
        Based Scholarship Scheme (NBSS) to all the eligible students of two-year full
        time MBA (International Business). Under the NBSS, the Institute pays
        interest subsidy for the first two years and three months on Educational Loan
        of upto Rs.1.50 lakh per annum taken by the student whose family income is
        less than Rs.2.5 lakh per annum.

(xiii) Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorizations granted




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           Reservation as per Government guidelines to SC/ST/OBC/PH for employment
           and admission. As stated above, 50% fee concession is given to the SC/ST/PH
           students of courses mentioned in (xii) as also need based scholarship.

   (xiv)   Details in respect of the information available to or held by it, reduced in
           electronic form

           All the above information is available on website. In addition information
           regarding any advertisement in newspapers relating to recruitment, purchase,
           admission and forms thereof is also put on the website.

   (xv)    Particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information,
           including the working hours of library or reading room, if maintained for
           public

           IIFT is an educational institution. Public is free to approach Admission Cell
           (Shri Gaurav Gulati, Admn. Officer, Tel. No. 26857908) for any query
           relating to courses conducted by the Institute. For other general queries,
           General Administration Section (Shri Girish Chawla, Sr. Admn. Officer, Tel.
           No. 26968314) of the Institute can be approached.

   (xvi)   Name, designation and other particulars of the Public Information
           Officer, Appellate Authority, etc.

Name and Designation of                     Girish Chawla
Public Information Officer                  Sr. Administrative Officer

Complete Address of PIO                     Indian Institute of Foreign Trade
                                            B-21, Qutab Institutional Area
                                            New Delhi-110016 (Tel.26968314)
                                            email: girish@iift.ac.in

Appellate Authority                         Shri Ashok Kapoor, Consultant
                                            Indian Institute of Foreign Trade
                                            B-21, Qutab Institutional Area
                                            New Delhi-110016(Tel.26965124, Extn312)
                                            email: ashokkapoor@iift.ac.in

Officer senior to PIO                       L.D. Mago, Registrar
Address of the officer senior               Indian Institute of Foreign Trade
to PIO and                                  B-21, Qutab Institutional Area
Transparency Officer                        New Delhi-110016 (Tel.26966165)
                                            email: ldmago@iift.ac.in

   (xvii) The above information on the website is updated from time to time.




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c)   Publish all relevant facts while formulating important policies or announcing the
     decisions which affect public. - revision of fee structure, course curriculum, fee for
     MDPs and market surveys, etc.

     The administrative matters of confidential nature such as constitution of selection
     committees for departmental promotions/new appointments, recommendations of
     the committees, details about proceedings against any employee, etc. are not made
     public.

d) Provide Reasons for its administrative or quasi-judicial decisions to affected
   persons

     The concerned person is informed about the reasons for the administrative
     decisions.




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