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Committees formed by the Government, RBI, IRDAI, and other regulatory bodies are important for Banking exams like IBPS PO/Clerk, SBI PO/Clerk, IBPS RRB, Railway exams, SSC-CGL/CHSL/CPO, etc. In this article, we are providing an updated list (till the month of July) of important Committees Pdf.  We would be updating the list/Pdf periodically.

Important Committees 2019 for Bank PO and other competitive exams. Download free Pdf of Important Important Committees 2019.



Constituted By Committee Headed By Other Details Objective of the Committee
RBI Tapan Ray It is a six-member working group To review regulatory guidelines and supervisory framework for Core Investment Companies (CIC)
Central Government Subhash Chandra Garg It is a four-member committee Committee on Virtual Currencies; suggested a fine of up to Rs. 250 million and imprisonment for up to 10 years for anyone who mines, generates, holds, sells, transfers or issues cryptocurrency.
Central Government Kiren Rijiju, Sports Minister It is a ten-member committee To coordinate and strategize the preparation for the 2020 and 2024 Olympics.
Central Government Economist Kirit Parikh It is a five-member committee To review the existing structure of LPG marketing in India
Prime Minister Maharashtra CM Devendra Phadnavis It is a nine-member committee Transformation of agriculture and raising farmers’ income
Reserve Bank of India DK Mohanty It is an eight-member committee To review the entire system of security of treasure in transit in order to enhance security of cash vending machines, committee has recommended grouting of ATMs to wall etc
Central Government NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Rajiv Kumar It is a six-member committee To look at selling of gas fields of ONGC to private and foreign companies to boost domestic output.
National Green Tribunal (NGT) Justice U C Dhyani It is a three-member committee To oversee rejuvenation work of the Ganga River
Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) S K Dash 12-member committee For a fresh cadre review and restructuring of the Income Tax Department
Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister (EAC-PM) Dr. Bibek Debroy To assess key challenges in logistics development & associated commerce and suggest policy reforms for ease of doing trade in India
Reserve Bank of India Bimal Jalan It is a six-member expert committee To review the economic capital framework of the central bank
Reserve Bank of India UK Sinha It is an eight-member committee To look into the various challenges being faced by MSMEs and suggest ways and measures to rejuvenate them.
Central Government M.P. Bezbaruah It is a nine-member committee To review the implementation of clause 6 of the Assam Accord.
Reserve Bank of India Nandan Nilekani It is a five-member committee To suggest measures to strengthen the safety and security of digital payments in the country
Central Government Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Modi It is a seven-member committee To look into revenue shortfall being faced by the states after the GST roll-out, and suggest steps for augmenting collections.
Central Government Anoop Satpath An expert committee set up to recommend minimum wage for agriculture and unskilled workers. Suggested Rs. 9,750 per month or Rs. 375 per day as National Minimum Wage (NMW) for a worker.
Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) Sanjiv Sharma It is a four-member committee To address taxation-related pain points and cut down the number of tax litigations.
Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) Suresh Mathur It is a 13-member committee To review the regulatory framework on micro-insurance, and suggest the steps to be taken to raise demand for such products in India.
Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change (MOEFCC) C K Mishra To implement the National Clean Air Programme (NCAP) to handle the issue of air pollution in India.
Reserve Bank of India Harsh Vardhan It is a six-member committee To review the existing state of mortgage securitization in India and suggest measures to develop the market further.
Reserve Bank of India VG Kannan To examine the issue of ATM charges with a broader objective to improve rural penetration of teller machines.


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