Comptroller and Auditor General of India


Analysis: CAG and its Multifaceted Role

CAG is a constitutional office under article 148 and is appointed by the President of India by warrant under his hand for a period of 6 years or up to age of 65 years. Removal of CGS is as difficult…


Gas Pricing Formula Conundrum

The KG-D6 basin and CAG report controversy led to setup a panel under the C Rangarajan during the UPA regime to decide upon the rational gas pricing formula. The panel comes up with a formula of gas pricing which was…

January 21, 2015

Relations of CAG and PAC

The CAG (Comptroller and Auditor General of India) is a constitutional body created under Article 148 of the Constitution while the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) is a standing committee of Parliament created under Government of India Act, 1919 coming into…