Bimal Jalan head of committee to select new Chief Economic Advisor
The Government of India (GoI) has constituted a committee, headed by former Reserve Bank of India governor Bimal Jalan, to select the next Chief Economic Advisor (CEA). Apart from Jalan, secretary of the department of personnel and training C Chandramouli and economic affairs secretary Subhash Chandra Garg will be members of the panel which will vet the applications received and conduct the interviews. Recently, Arvind Subramanian resigned from CEA post before his tenure ends in May 2019 citing personal reasons. He has since joined as a visiting professor at Harvard University. The CEA is under the direct charge of the Minister of Finance and is the ex-officio cadre controlling authority of the Indian Economic Service (IES).
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Topics: Arvind Subramanian • Bimal • Bimal Jalan • Cea • Chief Economic Advisor to the Government of India • Civil Services of India • Government of India • India • Indian Economic Service • Peterson Institute for International Economics • Secretary to the Government of India • Subhash Chandra Garg
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