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Officers

Designation Name Pay Scale Telephone
Adviser to PM Shri TKA Nair MOS Rank 23014844
             
National Security Adviser Shri Shivshankar Menon MOS Rank 23019227
          
Principal Secretary to PM Shri Pulok Chatterji Rs. 90000      23013040
       
Secretary to PM Shri R. Ramanujam Rs. 80000  23010838
       
Communications Adviser to PM Shri Pankaj Pachauri Rs. 67000- 79000 23016920
       
Addl. Secretary to PM Shri Shatrughna Singh Rs. 67000- 79000 23017676
       
Joint Secretary to PM Shri B.V.R. Subrahmanyam Rs. 37400- 67000 Grade Pay- 10000 23013024
  Shri Jawed Ashraf   23016308
  Smt. Anu Garg   23793308
  Shri Dheeraj Gupta     23015944
       
Private Secretary to PM Shri Indu Shekhar Chaturvedi Rs. 37400- 67000 Grade Pay- 10000 23012312
  Shri Vikram Misri   23012312
       
OSD to PM Shri K Muthu Kumar Rs. 37400- 67000 Grade Pay- 10000 23012815
       
Director Shri Munu Mahawar Rs. 37400- 67000 Grade Pay- 8700 23010849
  Shri Arindam Bagchi   23793404
  Shri Rajeev Topno   23014547
  Dr. Sharmila M Joseph K   23018485
  Shri Krishan Kumar   23017442
  Shri Shakil P. Ahammed   23012613
  Shri Binoy Job     23014208
  Shri Gourangalal Das   23013586
  Shri V. Sheshadri   23013485
  Shri Santosh D. Vaidya   23017367
       
Deputy Secretary (Parl.) Shri Mehar Chand Jhamb Rs. 15600- 39100 Grade Pay- 7600 23017530
       
Deputy Secretary Shri Syed Ekram Rizwi Rs. 15600- 39100 Grade Pay- 7600 23074072
       
Joint Director (OL)  Shri B P Roy Rs. 15600- 39100 Grade Pay- 7600 23015236
       
Under Secretary (Funds) Shri P K Bali Rs. 15600- 39100 Grade Pay- 6600 23013683
       
Under Secretary (Public) Shri K Salil Kumar Rs. 15600- 39100 Grade Pay- 6600 23386447
       
Under Secretary (Admn.) Ms. R Mythili Rs. 15600- 39100 Grade Pay- 6600 23018130
       

Fax Numbers : (011) - 23016857, 23019545

हिन्दी में

Duties

Secretary/AS/JS Ministries/Departments/Subjects States Assisted by
R Ramanujam, Secretary to PM Cabinet Secretariat and ACC, Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions,  Anti-Corruption Unit, Law and Justice, Thrust Areas of Government, NAC, Delivery Monitoring Unit, Computerisation of PMO   Dheeraj Gupta,
Joint Secretary
Shatrughna Singh,
Addl. Secy.
Home Affairs, Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations, PMO Public Wing, DoNER J&K, UTs,  Jharkhand, NE States  Rajeev Topno,
Director
Power, Mines, Coal, MNRE, Steel, Environment & Forests, PM's Council on Climate Change, PM Funds (incl. PM's Discretionary Fund), Urban Development, Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation Madhya Pradesh, Goa Santosh D. Vaidya,
Director
Rural Development, Panchayati Raj, Drinking Water & Sanitation, Textiles Karnataka V. Sheshadri,
Director 
Parliamentary Affairs, Monitoring of announcements by PM Himachal Pradesh, Bihar, Uttarakhand Krishan Kumar,
Director  
Science and Technology, Earth Sciences   Gourangalal Das,
Director
Parliament Work   M C Jhamb,
Deputy Secretary
RTI Matters   Appellate Authority Krishan Kumar,  Director/ Syed Ekram Rizwi, Deputy Secretary, CPIO
B.V.R. Subrahmanyam, 
JS(B)
Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises, Commerce & Industry, MSME, Petroleum & Natural Gas, Planning Commission Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Rajasthan V. Sheshadri,
Director
Finance, Trade & Economic Relations Committee, Infrastructure Committee, PM's Economic Advisory Council, Corporate Affairs   Sharmila Joseph Mary,
Director
Statistics & Programme Implementation Maharashtra Shakil P. Ahammed,
Director
Communications & IT   Rajeev Topno, 
Director
Shipping, Road Transport & Highways, Railways, Civil Aviation Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh  Krishan Kumar,
Director   
Jawed Ashraf,
JS(J)
External Affairs   Arindam Bagchi, 
Director
Munu Mahawar,
Director
Gourangalal Das,
Director
Space, Atomic Energy   Arindam Bagchi, 
Director
Defence, Overseas Indian Affairs   Munu Mahawar,
Director
NSCS, NTRO   Gourangalal Das,
Director
Anu Garg, 
JS(G) 
Women & Child Development, Tourism, Culture, PM's National Council on Nutrition, Social Justice & Empowerment, Tribal Affairs, Minority Affairs  Kerala, Odisha, Chattisgarh Sharmila Joseph Mary,
Director
Youth Affairs & Sports   Rajeev Topno,
Director
Chemicals & Fertilizers, Agriculture, Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution, Food Processing Industries, Water Resources   Krishan Kumar,
Director
Health & Family Welfare, Human Resource Development, Information & Broadcasting, Labour & Employment, PM's Council on Skill Development Tamil Nadu, West Bengal Shakil P. Ahammed,
Director
Dheeraj Gupta, 
JS(D) 
Administration   Rajeev Topno,
Director
PMO Security   K. L. Dhingra,
OSD(D)    

-  The work relating to PMO website/press releases will be handled by Shri K Muthu Kumar, OSD who will report to Communications Adviser.


-  Dir(G) will also be Staff Officer to National Security Adviser.


-  The work relating to PM's Messages will be handled by Shri Binoy Job, Dir(B) who will report to Communications Adviser.


-  Sectoral Officers : E&S.I - Dir(V); E&S.II - Dir(S); and Political Section - Dir(T).

हिन्दी में

The Prime Minister of India is the Head of the Union (Federal) Government, as distinct from the President of India, who is the Head of State. Since India has adopted the Westminster model of constitutional democracy, it is the Prime Minister who oversees the day-to-day functioning of the Union (Federal) Government of India.

The Prime Minister is assisted in this task by his Council of Ministers, comprising Cabinet Ministers, Ministers of State with Independent Charge, Ministers of State who work with Cabinet Ministers, and Deputy Ministers.

Prime Minister's Office

The President of India appoints the leader of the party or alliance that enjoys majority support in the Lok Sabha (Lower House of Indian Parliament) as Prime Minister. In case no single party or alliance has a majority, the leader of the largest single party or alliance is appointed Prime Minister, but he/she has to subsequently secure a vote of confidence in the Lok Sabha. The Union Council of Ministers is appointed by the President on the advice of the Prime Minister.
The Prime Minister can be a member of either the Rajya Sabha (Upper House of Parliament) or the Lok Sabha. As Prime Minister, he is the Leader of the House to which he belongs. The Prime Minister is also the Chairman of the Planning Commission of India.

As head of the Council of Ministers, the Prime Minister oversees the work of all the Ministries. He presides over Cabinet meetings, which are normally held in the Cabinet Room of the Prime Minister's Office. The Union Cabinet functions on the principle of "collective responsibility".

The Prime Minister's Office, popularly known as the 'PMO', is located at

South Block, Raisina Hill,
New Delhi.
India-110011.
Telephone: 91-11-23012312.
Fax: 91-11-23019545 / 91-11-23016857.
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The South Block is one of the two secretariat blocks (the other is known as North Block) that flank Rashtrapati Bhavan - the residence of the President of India.

The PMO provides secretarial assistance to the Prime Minister. It is headed by the Principal Secretary to Prime Minister. The PMO includes the anti-corruption unit and the public wing dealing with grievances.

The subject-matter of files required to be submitted to the Prime Minister depends on whether he is holding direct charge of the Ministry or whether there is a Cabinet Minister or Minister of State (Independent Charge) in charge of the Ministry.

In the case of the latter, most matters are dealt with by the Cabinet Minister / Minister of State-in-charge. Only important policy issues, which the Minister concerned feels should be submitted to the Prime Minister for orders or information, are received in the PMO.

In cases where the Prime Minister is the Minister-in-charge, all matters requiring Ministerial approval not delegated to the Minister of State / Deputy Minister, if any, are submitted for orders. The Prime Minister has traditionally been the Minister-in-charge of the Departments of Space, Atomic Energy, and Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions.

Since the Prime Minister is Chairman of the Planning Commission, relevant files are forwarded to the PMO for his comments and clearance.

Some of the important matters that require the Prime Minister's personal attention include the following:

(a) Important defence-related issues;

(b) Decorations, both civilian and defence, where Presidential approval is required;

(c) All important policy issues;

(d) Proposals for appointment of Indian Heads of Missions abroad and requests for grant of agreement for foreign Heads of Missions posted to India;

(e) All important decisions relating to the Cabinet Secretariat;

(f) Appointments to State Administrative Tribunals and the Central Administrative Tribunal, UPSC, Election Commission, Appointment of members of statutory/constitutional Committees, Commissions attached to various Ministries;

(g) All policy matters relating to the administration of the Civil Services and administrative reforms;

(h) Special Packages announced by the Prime Minister for States are monitored in the PMO and periodical reports submitted to Prime Minister; and

(i) All judicial appointments for which Presidential approval is required.

Parliament Questions

Parliament Questions relating to the Ministries and Departments of which Prime Minister is the Minister-in-charge are answered by a MOS nominated for the purpose or by Prime Minister himself.

PM's Funds

The Prime Minister's National Relief Fund (PMNRF) and the National Defence Fund (NDF) are operated directly from the PMO.