Government Constitutes the Hindi Salahkar Samiti of The Ministry of Corporate Affairs

Government Constitutes the Hindi Salahkar Samiti of The Ministry of Corporate Affairs 

The Government of India has decided to constitute the Hindi Salahkar Samiti of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India. The Composition of the Samiti and its functions shall be as under:

Hon’ble Minister of Corporate Affairs

Members of Lok Sabha

Shri Ashwini Kumar
Plot No. 2, Printing Press Complex,
Ring Road, Wazirpur,
New Delhi-110035

Shri Sanjay (Kaka) Ramchandra Patil
32, M.P. Flats,
Meena Bagh, New Delhi-110001

Members of Rajya  Sabha

Shri Vijay Goel
74, Babar Road,
Bengali Market, New Delhi-110001

Shri Premchand Gupta,
18, Teen Murti Lane,
New Delhi - 110011

Representatives of Parliamentary Committee

Dr. Sunil Baliram Gaekwad
Member of Parliament (Lok Sabha)
New Maharashtra Sadan,
New Delhi - 110001


Shri Bashisth Narayan Singh
Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha)
AB-93, Shahjahan Road,
New Delhi-110003



Non-Official Members

Dr. Yarlagadda Lakshmi Prasad
9-28-4, Balaji Nagar,
Vishakhapatnam (AP) 530003

Dr. Meenakshi Swami
CH-78, HIG, Deendayal Nagar,
Sukhliya, MR-10, Main Road,
Indore (MP) - 452010

Dr. Ramsajan Pandey
‘Chhaya’ 1727, Sector-2,
Rohtak (Haryana) 124001

Shri Mahesh Chandra Sharma
62, Vivekanand Puri,
Kishanganj, New Delhi-110007


Representatives of Voluntary Organisations

Shri Shyam Sundar Kathuriya
Sangathan Mantri,
Kendriya Sachivalaya Hindi Parishad
XY-68, Sarojini Nagar,
New Delhi-110023

Shri Vijay Pardeshi
Matri-Kripa Building, Flat No. 11,
2nd Floor, Parel Village Road,
Parel, Mumbai (Maharashtra)-400012


Nominated by the Department of Official Language, Ministry of Home Affairs

Shri Abhishek Gupta
Kothi No. 123, Block-C,
Sector-51, NOIDA-201303

Shri Gajbhan Mukut Sharma
O-34, New Mahavir Nagar,
Outer Ring Road, Vikaspuri,
New Delhi-110018

Shri Sanjit Banerjee
31, Meena Bagh,
New Delhi-110001


EX-Officio Members

Secretary, Ministry of Corporate Affairs

Additional Secretary, Ministry of Corporate Affairs

Secretary, D/o Official Language and Hindi Advisor to the Govt. of India

Director General & CEO, Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs, Manesar

Registrar, Competition Appellate Tribunal, New Delhi

Director, Serious Fraud Investigation Office, New Delhi

Secretary, Competition Commission of India, New Delhi

Secretary, Company Law Board, New Delhi

Regional Director (NER), Guwahati

Regional Director (SER), Hyderabad

Regional Director (NR), Noida

Regional Director (NWR), Ahmadabad

Regional Director (ER), Kolkata

Regional Director (SR), Chennai

Regional Director (WR), Mumbai
Joint Secretary
(In-charge Official Language)
Ministry of Corporate Affairs 
Member Secretary

The functions of the Samiti are to render advice in regard to the implementation of the provisions relating to Official Language Hindi contained in the Constitution, Official Languages Act and Rules, and Policy decisions of the Kendriya Hindi Samiti and instructions issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs/Department of Official Language relating to Official Language Hindi and also in regard to the Progressive use of Hindi in the Ministry of Corporate Affairs.
The tenure of the members of the Samiti shall ordinarily be three years from the date of its constitution provided that :
A.        A member, who is a Member of Parliament, ceases to be a member of the Samiti as soon as he/she ceases to be a Member of Parliament.
B.        Ex-officio Members of the Samiti shall continue as members as long as they hold the office by virtue of which they are members of the Samiti.
C.        If a vacancy arises in the Samiti due to resignation, death etc. of the member, the member appointed on the vacancy shall hold office for the residual term of three years.
The Headquarters of the Samiti shall be at New Delhi, but if considered necessary, it may hold its meetings at any other place also.

Government Constitutes the Hindi Salahkar Samiti of The Ministry of Corporate Affairs 

The Government of India has decided to constitute the Hindi Salahkar Samiti of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India. The Composition of the Samiti and its functions shall be as under:

Slew of New Initiatives to Boost HAL Capability 

Among the leading participants at Aero India 2015 exhibition is Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), torch-bearer of India’s aerospace sector in aircraft manufacturing since over seven decades. 

On the side-lines of Aero India 2015, HAL Chairman and Managing Director, Dr T Suvarna Raju spelt out some of the initiatives the DPSU has embarked upon to take on current challenges in the rapidly proliferating aerospace sector. 

A ‘green-field facility’ for manufacture of Light Utility Helicopter (LUH) and Naval Multi-role Helicopter (NMRH) in Timkur District, Karnataka is one such proposal. 

HAL and National Aeronautical Laboratory (NAL) will jointly take up design, development and manufacture of 70 to100-seater regional civil aircraft through a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), he also said. 

Towards narrowing the gap in skill requirements in the sector, now a meagre two percent when compared to Germany (75 percent), Korea (96), Japan (80) and UK (68), HAL has tied up with Bangalore Chambers of Industry & Commerce (BCIC) and Society of Indian Aerospace Technologies & Industries (SIATI) for skill development in aerospace sector. 

This aerospace skill council will firm up the skill requirements in long term of this highly technology intensive sector. 

A Design & Development Management Board (DDMB) under the chairmanship of HAL with members from DRDO Labs, Department of Defence Production and Services for synergizing the R&D efforts in country is also among the new initiatives. 

New manuals for purchase, system audit, accounts, outsourcing policy, indigenization policy, R&D policy, Employee Handbook have been released to align business processes towards better operational efficiencies, he also said. 

“The year 2015 is going to be a very special year for HAL as we will be celebrating 75 years of our existence and we are proud that we have been contributing to the nation’s defence needs and ‘Make in India’ concept over several decades,” he said. 

It may be recalled that Defence Minister Shri Manohar Parrikar on January 17, handed over the first series production (SP-1) Light Combat Aircraft, Tejas to the Indian Air Force. Tejas is among the star attractions at the Aero India 2015 air show. 

HAL has successfully absorbed the technology for manufacturing Su-30 MKI, a 4.5 generation fighter and is manufacturing the aircraft from raw material stage onwards. Till date 150 Su-30 MKIs have been delivered to IAF since 2005. 

In addition, the first overhauled Su-30 MKI aircraft was also handed over to IAF on January 9, from HAL’s newly established overhaul facility at Nashik. 

With the establishment of this facility, HAL has developed capacities and capabilities to support Su-30 fleet for next 30 to 40 years, he asserted. This will have significant export prospects since nearly ten countries operate the Su-30 fleet. 

. HAL’s foray into the realm of space includes significant contributions to the successful Mars Orbiter Mission and GSLV Mk-III launch. HAL’s Integrated Cryogenic Engine Manufacturing (ICEM) facility at Bangalore will manufacture, integrate and test the cryogenic engine CE20 and semi-cryogenic engine SE2000 for launch of GSLV MKII and GSLV MKIII launch vehicles. 

Besides Tejas, HAL-built Light Combat Helicopter (LCH) Technology Demonstrator TD-3 that made its maiden flight on November 12, 2014, is also among the display aircraft that is captivating audiences at the ongoing air show. 


British pilots in Russian Yaks tumble and toss in air at Aero India Show 

Yakovlevs - a four aircraft display team from UK, flying Russian origin Yak aircraft, made their debut in India at Aero India air show in Bengaluru. They are among the five display teams enthralling audiences and winning hearts.

The team usually flies six Russian designed Yak aircraft that combine the performance of a Spitfire with proven world class aerobatic manoeuvrability. At Aero India, however, the team is operating only four Yaks.

The lead aircraft is a modified Yak 52, once the primary training aircraft for sport pilots of the former Soviet Bloc.

Derived from the Yak 18 and the Yak 50 and first flown 24 years ago, nearly 1,800 have been built and is still in production today.

The Yakovlevs ‘Super’ 52 is a unique example, modified for display flying is flown by team leader and owner Jez Hopkinson, who is a flight Examiner and a Display Pilot Evaluator.

Surrounding the Yak 52 are three single seat Yak 50’s. The team flies the ‘box’ formation when they are displaying.

The Yak 50 designed by Sergei Yakovlev is one of the world’s greatest aerobatic aircraft.

First flown in 1975 the Yak-50 was an outstanding success from the start.

At the 1976 World Aerobatic Championships, it bagged 10 prizes in various categories including overall men`s and women`s team prizes.

Similar success was enjoyed at the 1980 World Championships as well. Unlike the Yak 52, the 50 was made in relatively small numbers and we now estimate that there are less than 30 Yak 50s left in the world that still fly, with the team having three.

The Yakovlevs were first formed 12 years ago, and have flown over 1200 displays in 11 countries.

Printing of Budget Documents of Union Budget 2015-16 Commenced with Halwa Ceremony; more than 100 Officials Involved in Making the Union Budget will be Locked in Press Till Union Budget is Presented in Lok Sabha by the Finance Minister on 28th February, 2015 

More than 100 officials involved in making the Union Budget 2015-16 will be locked in from tomorrow in the Budget Press in North Block and will remain there till the Finance Minister’s Budget Speech is over in Lok Sabha on 28th February, 2015. ‘Halwa Ceremony’ marking the commencement of printing process of Budget documents of Union Budget 2015-16 was held here today in the presence of the Union Finance Minister Shri Arun Jaitley. To maintain the secrecy of the Budget preparation process, there is a “lock-in” of the officials involved in making the Budget. Budget Press in North Block houses all these officials in the period leading up to the presentation of Union Budget in Parliament by the Finance Minister. These officers will gain touch with their near and dear ones only after the Union Budget is presented by the Finance Minister on Saturday, 28th February, 2015. 

The Finance Minister Shri Jaitley was accompanied by Shri Jayant Sinha, Minister for State for Finance, Shri Rajiv Mehrishi, Finance Secretary, Shri Shaktikanta Das, Revenue Secretary, Dr. Hasmukh Adhia, Secretary, Department of Financial Services, Ms Aradhna Johri, Secretary, Department of Disinvestment, Ms. Anita Kapur, Chairperson, CBDT, Shri Kaushal Shrivastav, Chairman, CBEC, Shri Rajat Bhargava, Joint Secretary (Budget), DEA and senior officers of the Ministry of Finance among others. 

The Annual Budget is prepared by the Budget Division of Department of Economic Affairs (DEA) headed by the Joint Secretary (Budget) of the Ministry of Finance. To start the process, the Budget Division issues an Annual Budget circular every year. This Annual Budget Circular contains detailed instructions for the Union Government Ministries/Departments relating to the form and content of the Statement of Budget Estimates to be prepared. 

As per the Constitution, the Union Budget is to be presented in the Parliament on such a day as the President of India may direct. The Union Budget for the current year (2015-16) would be presented on 28th February, 2015. 

The first Union Budget of Independent India was presented by Shri R.K. Shanmukham Chetty on November 26, 1947. The Union Budgets for the fiscal years 1959-61 to 1963-64, inclusive of the Interim Budget for 1962-63, were presented by Shri Morarji Desai. Shri Vyas presented budgets that included five Annual Budgets, an Interim Budget during his first stint and one Interim Budget and three Final Budgets in his second tenure when he was both the Finance Minister and the Deputy Prime Minister of India. After Shri Morarji Desai’s resignation, Smt. Indira Gandhi, the then Prime Minister of India, took over the charge of the Ministry of Finance to become the only woman to hold the post of the Finance Minister. Shri Pranab Mukherjee, the first Rajya Sabha member to hold the Finance portfolio, presented the Annual Budgets for 1982-83, 1983–84 and 1984-85. Shri Rajiv Gandhi, the then Prime Minister of India, presented the Budget for 1987-89 after Shri V P Singh, then Finance Minister quit his Government. Shri N. D. Tiwary presented the Union Budget for 1988-89, Shri S B Chavan for 1989-90, while Shri Madhu Dandawate presented the Union budget for 1990-91. Due to political developments, early elections were held in May 1991 and Dr. Manmohan Singh became the Finance Minister and presented the budget for 1991-92, 1992-93, 1993-94, 1994-95 and 1995-96. After Lok Sabha General Elections in 1996, a non-Congress Ministry assumed office. The Final Budget for 1996-97 and 1997-98 were presented by Shri P. Chidambaram. After the General Elections in March 1998 that led to formation of Government by the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) led NDA, Shri Yashwant Sinha, the then Finance Minister in the Government, presented the Interim and Final Budgets for 1998-99 and four Annual Budgets from 1999-2000 to 2002-2003. Due to Lok Sabha General Elections in May 2004, an Interim Budget was presented by Shri Jaswant Singh. After the elections, Congress led UPA formed the Government at the Centre and Shri P Chidambaram became the Finance Minister who presented the Union Budgets for 2004-05 to 2008-09. He was succeeded by Shri Pranab Mukherjee who presented the Interim and Final Union Budget for 2009-10 and also Union Budgets for 2010-11, 2011-12 and 2012-13. Shri Chidambaram took over again the charge of the Ministry of Finance in August 2012 and presented the Union Budget 2013-14 and the Interim Budget 2015-16. 

After the Lok Sabha General Elections in 2014, Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) led by Shri Shri Narendra Modi formed the Government at the Centre in May 2014. Shri Arun Jaitley took over the charge as the Finance Minister in the new Government. He presented his First Budget in Parliament on 10th July, 2014. This will be his second Budget as the Union Finance Minister. 

The Union Minister for Health & Family Welfare, Shri Jagat Prakash Nadda chairing the 2nd Mission Steering Group (MSG) of the National Health Mission (NHM), in New Delhi on February 19, 2015. The Union Minister for Urban Development, Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation and Parliamentary Affairs, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu, the Union Minister for Women and Child Development, Smt. Maneka Sanjay Gandhi, the Union Minister for Human Resource Development, Smt. Smriti Irani, the Union Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment, Shri Thaawar Chand Gehlot and the Minister of State for AAYUSH (Independent Charge) and Health & Family Welfare, Shri Shripad Yesso Naik are also seen.

Providing assured and comprehensive health services our priority: Shri J P Nadda 

Health Minister stresses on patient-centric quality healthcare 

Shri J P Nadda, Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare said that the providing assured and comprehensive health services will be the foremost priority of the Ministry, which will provide an assured set of services encompassing preventive, promotive, curative and rehabilitative healthcare. He stated this at the second meeting of the Mission Steering Group (MSG) of the National Health Mission (NHP), here today. The Union Minister for Urban Development, Shri Venkaiah Naidu, Union Minister for Women and Child Development, Smt. Maneka Sanjay Gandhi, Union Minister for Human Resource Development, Smt. Smriti Zubin Irani, Union Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment, Shri Thawar Chand Gehlot, MoS (IC), Ministry of AYUSH, Shri Shripad Yesso Naik were also present at the meeting. 

Pointing out that one of the key areas of concern is quality of healthcare in public health system, the Health Minister said that healthcare needs to be patient centric, which is not clinically appropriate but where dignity of the patient is also respected. He stated that the Ministry proposes to give a major thrust to improving quality of healthcare in public facilities. 

On the occasion, the Health Minister said that decentralization lies at the heart of the health sector reform process under NHM, as also a consciousness that the principles of federalism and subsidiary are paramount. He added that the government is committed to the concept of cooperative federalism wherein the Centre will work with the state governments as true partners, and support them financially and technically to strengthen their health systems. Shri Nadda added that “While we will continue to strengthen the NHM approaches, there will be shift in emphasis based on our learning from various evaluations and Common Review Missions”. He further said that the states must increase their healthcare spend as Government of India also tries to supplement their efforts. He also cautioned the states against wastages in public health system while stressing the need for collective effort to improve the efficiencies. 

The Minister stated that the National Rural Health Mission and the National Urban Health Mission together form the basis of the Ministry’s effort at health system reform. He hoped that in implementing NUHM, the states would be able to incorporate learning from NRHM, in order to rapidly scale up implementation. 

The Minister assured the members of the Steering Group that their valuable suggestions to further enrich and strengthen the NHM will be discussed and incorporated. 

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