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Information on Finance Commission of India

Information on Finance Commission of India


The Constitution (Article 280) provides for the appointment of a Finance Commission consisting of a Chairman and four other members within two years of the inauguration of the Republic, and thereafter at the expiry of every fifth year or earlier. The duties of the Commission are to recommend to the President the distribution of the taxes which are distributable between the Centre and the States, the principles on which grants should be made out of the Union revenues to the States and any other matter referred to the Commission by the President in the interest of sound finance. The Finance Commission is appointed by the President.

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Finance Commission

Chairman

Date of Appointment

First

K. C. Neogy

Feb. 1953

Second

K. Santhanam

Sep. 1957

Third

K. K. Chanda

Dec. 1961

Fourth

Dr. P. V. Rajamannar

Sep. 1965

Fifth

Mahavir Tyagi

Nov. 1969

Sixth

Brahamananda Reddy

Dec. 1973

Seventh

J. M. Shelat

Oct. 1978

Eighth

Y. B. Chavan

Oct. 1983

Ninth

N. K. P. Salve

Oct. 1988

Tenth

K. C. Pant

June 1993

Eleventh

A. N. Khusro

July 1998

Twelfth

C. Rangarajan

2002-2007

Thirteenth

Vijay L. Kelkar

Nov. 2007

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