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Finance Commissions In India

Finance Commisions

Finance Commisions

Finance Commissions define the financial relations between the central governments and various state governments of India. It came into existence in 1951 after it was established under Article 280 of the Indian Constitution by the President of India. The finance commission is appointed every five years and consists of five persons one chairman and four others.

Finance Commissions In India

Finance Commission Year of Establishment Chairman Operational Duration
First 1951 K. C. Neogy 1952–57
Second 1956 K. Santhanam 1957–62
Third 1960 A. K. Chanda 1962–66
Fourth 1964 P. V. Rajamannar 1966–69
Fifth 1968 Mahaveer Tyagi 1969–74
Sixth 1972 K. Brahmananda Reddy 1974–79
Seventh 1977 J. M. Shelat 1979–84
Eighth 1983 Y. B. Chavan 1984–89
Ninth 1987 N. K. P. Salve 1989–95
Tenth 1992 K. C. Pant 1995–2000
Eleventh 1998 A. M. Khusro 2000–2005
Twelfth 2002 C. Rangarajan 2005–2010
Thirteenth 2007 Dr. Vijay L. Kelkar 2010–2015
Fourteenth 2013 Dr. Y. V. Reddy 2015–2020

 

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