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    Shri H.S.Brahma

    By ECI, in Hon'ble Commission,

    Former Chief Election Commissioner
    Shri H.S. Brahma assumed charge as Election Commissioner of India on 25th August, 2010.  He is retired Indian Administrative Service officer of Andhra Pradesh State cadre (1975 Batch).  He retired on 30th April, 2010 as Secretary, Ministry of Power, Government of India before joining the Election Commission. 
    Born on 19th April, 1950, he completed his Post Graduation in Political Science from Gauhati University (Assam) and graduated from St. Edmund’s College, Shillong.  He did his schooling from Don Bosco School, Guwahati.
    He has held various senior level posts in the Government of India and State Government prior to the present posting.  Before retiring as Secretary from the Ministry of Power, Govt. of India, Shri Brahma held posts such as Joint Secretary (Border Management), GoI, for more than four years and completed almost all the border fencing and other border infrastructural work on Indo-Pak – Indo-Bangladesh border. He also worked as Special Secretary & Additional Secretary in National Disaster Management Authority (Ministry of Home Affairs), GoI. He was the Member-Secretary of the State Electricity Board, Andhra Pradesh and also worked as:
        (1) District Collector & Magistrate - 4 years.
        (2) Commissioner , Municipal Corporation of  Hyderabad - 3 ½ years.
        (3) Commissioner (Transport) & Ex-officio Secretary (Transport, Road & Building),
         GoAP – 2 ½ years.

        (4) Commissioner & Ex-officio Secretary (Food, Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs) – 
         5 years.
        (5) Principal Secretary (Environment, Forest, Science & Technology), GoAP.
       Shri Brahma has well rounded experience in various facets of administration in different departments of Government of Andhra Pradesh and Government of India.


    Dr. Nasim Zaidi  

    By ECI, in Hon'ble Commission,

    Former Chief Election Commissioner
    Dr. Nasim Zaidi, assumed charge as 20th Chief Election Commissioner of India on 19.04.15. He brings with him a rich experience of working as Election Commissioner since 7.08.2012. Dr. Zaidi worked in regulatory framework both at national & international levels and has been associated with the conduct of fair and free General Elections of over 20 states Assemblies and Lok Sabha (Lower House of the Parliament ) 2014. He has participated in many International Conferences on the subject of democracy and electoral democracy in Mauritius, UK (Cambridge University) & Nepal.
    Before joining the Constitutional Body, Dr. Zaidi has served the nation as a long-time civil servant of the Indian Administrative Service (1976 batch).  He superannuated from IAS as Secretary to the Government of India in Ministry of Civil Aviation on 31.07.2012.  Amongst numerous contributions, Dr. Zaidi was instrumental in formulating Financial Restructuring and Turn Around Plan of Air India (AI) and also setting up the Dharmadhikari Committee to ensure merger process of AI.  He contributed actively to formulation of a report of the Task Force to facilitate flow of investment of the order of Rs.70,000 crores in airport sector during 12th Five Year Plan through PPP route.  He also launched a number of new initiatives on formulation of an economic regulatory frame, setting up of new regulatory institutions such as Civil Aviation Authority, Independent Air Accident Investigation Board, National Aviation University & also flow of investment in infrastructure.
    Earlier, Dr. Zaidi has served as the Director General of Civil Aviation. He was charged with the regulatory responsibilities pertaining to Aviation safety, efficiency, and continuity of air transport including formulation of air law framework. He had handled ICAO Audit of 2006 and FAA (USA) Audit of 2009 and was successful in averting downgrading of India to CAT II from CAT I.
    Dr. Zaidi has served as the Permanent Representative of India on the Council of ICAO from November 2005 to October, 2008. He has functioned as member in the committees of the Council on Airport Transport, Unlawful Interference and Finance; as Chairman of the Finance Committee for the period 2006-07 and several working groups dealing with reforms in the field of efficient and effective governance of ICAO and Human Resource Management. In ICAO, he has been very actively associated with aviation safety, security and environment. He has participated in a number of conferences, seminars symposia on diverse subjects such as liberalization of air transport, safety management systems, civil aviation security, biometrics and travel documents, air navigation and airport economics and performance based system, etc. He was appointed Chairman of the Administrative Commission dealing with Budget & Human Resource Policy of ICAO in Triennial General Assembly of ICAO in 2010.
    During his career, he has served in increasingly responsible positions at both the provincial and federal government levels. He has been associated with civil aviation and tourism from early days in his career in provincial government of Uttar Pradesh. Later, he served as Commissioner for Surface Transport at provincial level involving regulatory functions related with safety, security, licensing and training of personnel, economic regulations, taxations, accident investigation etc. He served as a director on the board of one of the country's biggest transport corporations at the provincial level.
    He has served in the Ministry of Civil Aviation in the Government of India handling airport infrastructure matters, air navigation services and issues related to air space management and aviation security at federal policy making level. Dr. Zaidi was active in setting up two "Greenfield" airports in Hyderabad and Bangalore through Public and Private Partnership (PPP) involving foreign investment and airport operators. He contributed to formulation of complex Concession Agreements, the first in the country, for the PPP airports. On the economic regulations side of airport, he was responsible for drafting of the first Draft Legislation for setting up an Airport Economic Regulatory Authority.
    On the operational and managerial side, he served as member on the boards of management and for brief period as Chairman of Airport Authority of India (dealing with airport development and providing air navigation services), Hyderabad and Bangalore International Airports and Steering Committees to set up Greenfield airports in other parts of the country. He was member on several committees involved in laying down policies on matters such as slot allocation at airports, institutional restructuring and strengthening of CNS/ATM services and also assisted in formulation of a Futuristic Air Navigation Master Plan.
    In the field of aviation security, he developed legislative framework and contingency plans to deal with hijacking and terrorism threats.
    Dr. Zaidi possesses a Master's degree in Public Administration from Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University and has been a Mason Fellow for Public Policy at Harvard Institute for International Development. He has a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Finance from Indian Institute of Finance and holds doctorate in Bio-Chemistry. Dr. Zaidi has published several papers in scientific and administrative journals.
    A book titled 'Green Aviation' - 2013. Land Readjustment as an Alternate Method of Urban Financing : A Proposed Pilot Project in Agra Development Authority Uttar Pradesh, India -- Finance India, Volume VII, No.2, June 1993 Pages 345 – 354. In vitro Exchange of Phospholipids, Sterols & Triterpenoids by Rat Kidney Mitochondria   -- Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, Volume 17, February 1979 pages 177 - 180 Effect of Phospholipase-D on rat kidney mitochondria  --  Journal of Biosciences, Volume 1, November 1, March 1979, Pages 75 - 82 Gandak Command Area Development Project : The Concept and Approach – An Evaluation Report   --    The Administrator, Vol.  XXIII, No. 3 & 4, July – December 1978 Changes in Membrane Lipids and Enzymes of Erythrocytes by Phospholipase-D Biomembranes, 1978 Lipid Composition of Purified Mitochondria of Rat Kidney   -- Indian Journal of Bio Chemistry  and Biophysics,  Volume 13, No.2, June 1976, pages 194 - 196  Effect of Exogenous Lipids on the Permeability of Rat Kidney Mitochondria  -- Proceedings of Biochemical Society of India  1975


    Shri A K Joti

    By ECI, in Hon'ble Commission,

    Former Chief Election Commissioner
    Shri A K Joti took over as Chief Election Commissioner of India on 06th July, 2017. Earlier Shri. Joti served as Election Commissioner since 13th May 2015. He has served the Nation as a longtime Civil Servant of Indian Administrative Service (1975 Batch). He brings with him a rich experience of Public Administration of 42 years.
    During 1981-85, he worked as District Magistrate and Collector for about five years in the Three Districts of Surendranagar, Panchmahal and Kheda of Gujarat State. The Godhra town in Panchmahal District had the dubious distinction of having Communal Riots frequently and as a result of which Curfew had to be imposed in Godhra town very frequently during 1981-82. Shri. Joti took charge of District Magistrate of Panchmahal District in June, 1982. During his Two Years tenure upto July, 1984, Curfew was never imposed in Godhra Town. The strategy followed was to establish Communal Harmony by synergizing with all the Stakeholders of different Religions in the Godhra Town and celebrating Festivals of all Religions jointly with appropriate Police Bandobast. The strategy adopted worked well and peace was restored in Godhra Town on a Sustainable basis.
    As District Magistrate and Returning Officer for Kheda District he conducted Free and Fair Elections for the 8th Lok Sabha Elections in December, 1984. There were Two Parliamentary Constituencies in Kheda District (Kheda and Anand). In the month of February/March, 1985, the 6th Gujarat State Assembly Elections were held peacefully for the 17 Assembly Constituencies of Kheda District. He was the District Election Officer (DEO) during this period.
    He held the post of Secretary Industries, Secretary Revenue and Secretary Water Supply in the State of Gujarat. He also worked as Chairman, Kandla Port Trust under the Ministry of Shipping, Govt. of India on deputation basis during October 1999 to October, 2004. He was Principal Secretary Finance Department for more than Three Years. He worked as Additional Chief Secretary, General Administration Department and Managing Director, Sardar Sarovar Narmada Nigam Limited (SSNNL).
    As Principal Secretary in Finance Department, e-Procurement was introduced in the State of Gujarat w.e.f. December, 2006. Despite the resistance by some Departments for its implementation in the beginning, the e-Procurement scheme was rolled out in all the State Offices, District Offices and Taluka/Tehsil Offices. All the Tenders and Procurements of Goods and Services with a value of more than Rs.10 lakhs had to be undertaken by e-Procurement. After gaining experience w.e.f. August, 2010, the e-Procurement was made applicable for finalizing the Tenders of value more than Five Lakhs throughout the State. In the State of Gujarat, from December, 2006 to April, 2015, 1.66 lakhs e-Tenders were issued with a value of Rs.2.41 lakh crores. The implementation of e-Procurement throughout the State has increased the Transparency in finalization of the Tenders and Procurement of Goods and Services by the Govt. Authorities at the State, District and Taluka/Tehsil level.
    Gujarat State has a distinction that the Bureaucracy works as Team Members of ‘The Team Gujarat’. As a member of Team Gujarat, during 2004 to 2009, he played Pro-active role in effectively implementing various Schemes of the State Govt. in the State of Gujarat while working as Secretary in different Govt. Departments.
    He became Chief Secretary and Team Leader of ‘Team Gujarat’ for a period of Three Years (from January, 2010 to January, 2013).
    Govt. of Gujarat has a Vision and Policy for leveraging ICT to improve service delivery, empowering citizens, increasing transparency of Governance and eliminating the scope of malpractices from the traditional systems of implementing Govt. Schemes at State, District and Taluka/Tehsil level.
    With the sturdy and scalable core infrastructure like Gujarat State Wide Area Network (GSWAN) and the Gujarat State Data Centre (GSDC) in place, Service Delivery Centres for citizens like e-Gram Vishwagram at the Village level, ATVT Centres at the Taluka/Tehsil level and Jan Seva Kendras at the District level in Collectors Office and City Civic Centres in 8 Municipal Corporations and Municipalities in Gujarat were commissioned. These Service Centres had established an enabling ecosystem which facilitates Govt. Departments to deliver e-Services effectively. All major sectors like Health, Education, Agriculture, Woman and Child Welfare, Citizen Centric Service Delivery, Grievance Redrassal System, Revenue, Rural and Urban Development, Finance and other Departments benefitted from various e-Governance initiatives implemented in the State of Gujarat.
    Some of the important State Level Initiatives implemented were : (i) State Wide Attention on Grievances by Application of Technology (SWAGAT), (ii) Integrated Workflow & Document Management System (IWDMS), (iii) Integrated Financial Management System (IFMS), (iv) e-Procurement, (v) Apano Taluko Vibrant Taluako (ATVT), (vi) e-Gram Vishwagram, (vii) Use of GIS for Decision Support System & Optimum Utilization of Resources, (viii) Empowering the People through Satellite Communication (SATCOM), (ix) Online Job Application System (OJAS), (x) Jan Seva Kendra (JSK).
    The different Departments of the Govt. had also implemented several e-Governance initiatives. Some of the important initiatives were : (i) Targeted Public Distribution System (TPDS), (ii) Integrated Transit Management System (ITMS), (iii) GIS School Mapping – Ensuring Access to Elementary Education, (iv) Value Added Tax Information System (VATIS), (v) e-Krishi Kiran, (vi) Hospital Management Information System (HMIS), (vii) e-Mamata.
    The District Administration and the Urban Local Bodies had also implemented number of e-Governance projects which have effectively promoted transparency, efficiency and accessibility in public services as also successfully tried to eliminate the scope of malpractices and irregularities in a systemic manner. Most of the State Govt. Departments have also innovatively utilized GIS for Decision Support and optimum utilization of Resources resulting in enormous savings of time and costs.
    Gujarat accounts for over 21% of all e-transactions recorded on ‘eTaal’ (https://www.etaal.gov.in), National e-Services Dashboard that disseminates e-transaction statistics through web–based applications periodically on near real-time basis.
    The 5th and 6th Vibrant Gujarat events were held during the tenure of Shri. Joti as Chief Secretary, Gujarat. Vibrant Gujarat is a Biennial high level and Multi Stakeholder gathering acknowledged globally as the premier forum for discussion and action on emerging opportunities in Gujarat, India and various Countries of the World. The Vibrant Gujarat events are held during 11th -13th January. In Vibrant Gujarat 2011, 101 Countries had participated and 6 States of India also participated. The number of Corporate Visitors from the Foreign Countries was 1400 and 36,400 Corporates and Entrepreneurs from India had participated in Vibrant Gujarat, 2011. The total number of MoUs signed was 8380 with a value of Rs.20.83 lakhs crores (330 billion US$).
    The Vibrant Gujarat, 2013 was held during 11th-13th January. The event had brought together leading National Economies, Indian States, Policy Makers, Business Leaders, Multi National Corporates, SMEs, Investors and Opinion Makers from across the Length and Breadth of the World. The main focus of the event was on Knowledge Industries, Education, Youth Development, and holding discussions regarding Crucial Issues facing Global Economies as they strive towards Inclusive and Balanced Development.
    17,719 MoUs were signed and 121 Foreign Countries and 25 states of India had participated in the event. The number of Corporate Visitors from Foreign Countries was 2100 and 60,100 Corporates and Entrepreneurs from India had participated in the Vibrant Gujarat 2013.
    The main reasons behind the success of Vibrant Gujarat 2011 & 2013 was the fact that the emerging channels of progress in Gujarat thrive on account of Business Friendly Policies of the State Govt., and a Pro-people, Proactive Administration which has led to Gujarat becoming the Globally Preferred Investment Destination in India.
    As Chief Secretary, Shri. Joti was the Chairman of following four Govt. PSUs of the State Government for three financial years i.e. 2010-11, 2011-12 & 2012-13:
    Gujarat State Fertilizers & Chemicals Limited (GSFC),  Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertilizers & Chemicals Limited (GNFC),  Gujarat Alkalies & Chemicals Limited (GACL),  Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation Limited (GSPC) 
    GSFC manufactures Urea, Di-Ammonium Phosphate, Water Soluble Fertilizers and Industrial Chemicals like Caprolactam, Nylon Chips, Nylon Yarn. The Average annual turnover of GSFC was Rs.5570 crores for three financial years i.e. 2010-11, 2011-12 & 2012-13 and Company made Profit Before Tax (PBT) of Rs.1112, 1113, 767 crores respectively.
    GNFC manufactures Urea and Industrial Chemicals. The Average annual turnover of GNFC was Rs.3724 crores for three financial years i.e. 2010-11, 2011-12 & 2012-13 and the Company made the PBT of Rs.381, 417 & 422 crores respectively
    GACL manufactures Chemicals like Caustic Soda, Special Chlorine Derivatives Group, Hydrogen Peroxide, Caustic Potash etc., The Average annual turnover of GACL was Rs.1667 crores for three financial years i.e. 2010-11, 2011-12 & 2012-13 and the Company made the PBT of Rs.127, 223, 336 crores respectively
    GSPC is a leading Oil and Gas Exploration, Development and Production Compnay in India. It also undertakes largest Gas Trading Business and it has significance in the Gas Transmission and Gas Distribution business and Gas based Power Generation. The Average annual turnover of GSPC was Rs.7836 crores for three financial years i.e. 2010-11, 2011-12 & 2012-13 and the Company made the PBT of Rs.403, 941 & 1247 crores respectively
    On Retirement Shri. Joti was posted as Vigilance Commissioner, Govt. of Gujarat. He served as Vigilance Commissioner from 1st July, 2013 to 12th May, 2015

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