Indian Economic Service Examination (IES)


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IES Aspirants

Mode of Direct Recruitment

Direct recruitment to the IES is on the basis of an all-India open competitive examination, called the IES Examination, conducted by the UPSC at such time and place as specified in the Employment News. The notification for conduct of the Examination will, as far as possible, announce the number of vacancies (including reservation for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Physically Disabled categories and Other Backward Classes) to be filled, as indicated by the Cadre Controlling Authority.

Age Limit

A candidate must have attained the age of 21 years and must not have attained the age of 30 years on the first day of January of the year in which the examination is held, subject to relaxation in the upper age limit for such categories as notified by the Government from time to time.

Educational Qualifications

A candidate must possess Post-graduate Degree in Economics or Applied Economics or Business Economics or Econometrics from a recognized University. A candidate who has appeared at a qualifying examination, the passing of which shall render him/ her eligible to appear at the IES Examination, but has not been informed of the result, can also apply for admission to the examination.

Scheme of Examination

The IES examination is structured into: (i) Written Examination [consisting of papers viz. General English (100 marks), General Knowledge (100), Economics Paper-I (200), Economics Paper-II (200), Economics Paper-III (200) and Indian Economy (200)]; followed by (ii) Viva-voce (200). Economics Papers-I, II and III include mainstream Economics topics such as Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Public Finance, International Economics, Monetary Economics, Growth and Development, Econometrics and Environmental Economics.

A candidate who obtains the minimum qualifying marks in the written examination, as fixed by the UPSC at their discretion, is called by UPSC for viva-voce. Candidates called for viva-voce are also required to undergo Medical Examination Part-I (i.e. Medical Examination minus X-Ray examination of Chest) by the Central Standing Medical Board.

Steps for Appointment

UPSC recommend to the Government, candidates successful in the IES Examination, for appointment to the service. Successful candidates are required to undergo Medical Examination Part-II (i.e. X-Ray examination of the Chest) by the Central Standing Medical Board. Offer of appointment is made to those successful candidates, who have been declared fit consequent to the Medical examinations, and after receipt of their satisfactory antecedent and character verification reports.

To see details of the IES examination including schedule of forthcoming examination and question papers of examinations already conducted, please refer to the UPSC website (

About IES

  • The Indian Economic Service (IES) is an organized Group ‘A’ Central Service.
  • The IES was constituted in 1961 with the objective of institutionalising a core professional capacity within the Government to undertake economic analysis and render advice for designing and formulating development policies, strengthening delivery systems, and monitoring and evaluating the public programmes. With the initiation of large-scale economic reforms in 1991 and the proliferation of the regulatory role of the government, such analysis and advice within the domain of the service has increased manifold.
  • The Cadre Controlling of the IES is located in the Ministry of Finance (Department of Economic Affairs). The Cadre Controlling Authority is advised, on policy matters pertaining to the service, by the high-level IES Board, which is headed by the Cabinet Secretary. The management of the service is on the basis of the service rules called the IES Rules, first notified in 1961. The service rules, besides constitution of the service, specifies the various grades and sanctioned strength therein, future maintenance of the service, appointment, probation, seniority and conditions of service. The service rules of 1961 have since been superseded by the comprehensively revised IES Rules 2008, which were notified on 6.6.2008. These Service Rules are amended from time to time in accordance with the instructions of the Government. Latest Amendment to the Rules has been notified on 18th February, 2011 following the Cabinet approval to the revised cadre structure of the service.
  • The Cadre strength of IES is periodically reviewed by the IES Board, with the final Cadre structure of the service approved by the Cabinet. Reviews of the IES Cadre were earlier undertaken in 1991, 2000 and 2005. The latest review of the service was conducted in 2010, with the Cabinet approving the revised Cadre structure on 6.1.2011. Pursuant to this, the sanctioned strength of the IES Cadre is 511, consisting of 471 duty posts and 40 leave reserves.
  • A distinguishing feature of the service is that its Cadre posts are spread across different Ministries/ Departments of the Central Government, numbering around 55.
  • The service is, therefore, an inter-Ministerial and inter-Departmental service. The posts are primarily located in Ministries/ Departments dealing with economic and social sectors. Even within organizations that account for a large proportion of its Cadre posts, like the Planning Commission, IES officers posted therein serve in a diverse range of subject areas, such as finance, social sector, rural development, education, health, agriculture, industry, trade, transport, and information technology. IES officers are, thus, exposed to development issues in diverse sectors and contribute to policy-making in the Central Government over the entire span of their service career. With the economic reforms having transformed the nature and domain of economic policy-making in the country, the IES, as a service, provides a pool of in-house economic expertise that is well placed to meet the growing demand for analytical economic inputs for policy-making in the government.
  • Besides manning Cadre posts, IES officers go on deputation to serve in various domestic and international organizations such as UN bodies, foreign governments, state governments and regulatory bodies. Officers from the service are also appointed on deputation to posts in the Central Ministries/ Departments under the Central Staffing Scheme.
  • At the entry grade of IES i.e. Junior Time Scale (Grade-IV), 60 per cent of the posts are filled through direct recruitment and the remaining 40 per cent by promotion of feeder post holders. Direct recruitment is on the basis of an All-India open competitive examination called the IES Examination, conducted by the Union Public Service Commission. Direct recruitment in the IES commenced in 1968, derived from the first-ever IES Examination that was conducted in 1967. The 40% departmental promotion quota at the entry-level is filled by promotion of Economic officers or officers holding equivalent posts recognized for this purpose as feeder grade by the Cadre Controlling Authority.
  • Direct recruits joining the service, after being offered appointment, undergo a comprehensive probationary training comprising the Foundation course (conducted for the All India Services and the Central Civil Services), training on Economics at the Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi, and training/ attachment at various national level Institutes of repute across the country. Capacity building of serving officers is carried out on an ongoing basis by conducting various in-service training programmes suited to the officers’ needs, from the point of view of building up professional capacity at work as well as developing soft skills. The flagship in-service training programme is the mid-career training of six-week duration comprising domestic learning and foreign learning components, conducted at a reputed management Institute in the country. Officers of the service are required to participate in three such mid-career training courses at different phases in their career.

Authorized Strength of the various grades in the IES

Grade/ Designation
Pay Structure
I.Duty Posts  
(1)Higher Administrative Grade + (HAG +)/ Principal Adviser (Apex) 80,000 (fixed)5
(2)Higher Administrative Grade (HAG)/ Senior Economic Adviser/ Senior Adviser 67,000- (annual increment @3%)-  79,00015
(3)Senior Administrative Grade (SAG)/ Economic Adviser/ AdviserPay Band-4:  37,400-67,000 plus Grade Pay:  10,00089
(4)Junior Administrative Grade (JAG)/ Joint Director/ Deputy Economic Adviser

{including Non-Functional Selection Grade (NFSG)/ Director/ Additional Economic Adviser}
Pay Band-3:  15,600-39,100 plus Grade Pay:  7,600

{Pay Band-4:  37,400-67,000 plus Grade Pay:  8,700}


{111 i.e. 30% of senior duty posts}
(5)Senior Time Scale (STS)/ Deputy Director/ Assistant Economic Adviser/ Senior Research OfficerPay Band-3:  15,600-39,100 plus Grade Pay:  6,600114
(6)Junior Time Scale (JTS)/ Assistant Director/ Research OfficerPay Band-3:  15,600-39,100 plus Grade Pay:  5,400107
  Total Duty posts471
IIReserves 40
  Total authorized strength518

Role of IES Officers
  • Role of the service can be broadly categorized in terms of economic advice, economic administration, implementation of development policy and programmes, besides dealing with other areas such as economic reforms, regulation, price fixation, and monitoring and evaluation. In the rapidly globalizing environment, decision-making is increasingly guided by economic rationality. In view of the on-going reforms pursued by the Government, the role of IES officers has assumed much significance. Apart from the purely economic sectors, IES officers are making crucial contribution towards policy making in social sectors.
  • IES officers are exposed to almost all the sectors of government functioning. These officers also provide link and continuity in policy-making, which is essential even for policy change. It is because of these factors that IES officers have been increasingly playing a versatile role, of an in-house economist with domain knowledge and experience.
  • While the role of IES officers described above is broad in nature, the role and responsibilities of the officers, particularly Economic Advisers, was sought to be clearly enunciated by the Cadre Controlling Authority through its communication dated 31.8.2005. As per its provisions, Economic Advisers are required to be closely associated with and involved in the economic reforms in the Ministry/ Department to which they are posted. They would advise the concerned Ministries/ Departments, on a continuous basis, on all policy matters having a bearing on internal and external economic management, and facilitate reforms in the fields/ sectors concerned.
  • The Economic Advisers would provide the Ministries/ Departments with inputs on all policy-related matters, and their economic implications. The officers could be required to monitor and evaluate the policy parameters from the economic angle laid down in the Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management Act 2003, and assist the Ministry of Finance in preparing annual or any other periodical statement required for complying with the provisions of the said Act. The Ministries/ Departments could also consult the concerned Economic Adviser before finalization of their Annual Plan Budgets.
  • To ensure that policy pursued by individual Ministries/ Departments is consistent with the overall direction of economic policy contained in the Union budget, Five-Year Plans, etc., the Economic Advisers posted to different Ministries/ Departments would interact with the Chief Economic Adviser in the Department of Economic Affairs, on a continuous basis, and ensure that economic implications of policy changes are comprehensively analyzed, and facilitate individual Ministries/ Departments to spearhead reforms in the direction envisaged by the Government.
  • History of the service
  • The Indian Economic Service (IES) was conceived by Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru for formulating and implementing economic policies and programmes of the country. After independence, economic reconstruction and development was envisioned as one of the foremost objective and a challenge to the national planners. The most important prerequisite in this development process was the formulation of suitable plans, policies and measures for the effective utilisation of material, financial and human resources. It was in this context that Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru envisaged the creation of a separate cadre of economists for steering the economic development of the nation.

    The initial steps towards formation of service can be traced to 1952. On July 26, 1952, the cabinet decided that the Planning Commission should appoint a committee to examine the question of establishing statistical cadres to serve the general needs of different ministries and if possible , of different states in the case of important posts. In pursuance of this decision, the Planning Commission appointed a committee under the chairmanship of Shri V.T.Krishnamachari, the then Deputy Chairman of Planning Commission. The Committee submitted its report in September 1953, recommending the formation of a service to be known as the Statistical and Economic Advisory Service. These recommendations were circulated to all ministries for their views. Professor Mahalnobis, the then Honorary Statistical Adviser to the Cabinet ,however did not favour the idea of a combined Statistical and Economic Advisory Service as he felt that purely economic advisory duty should not be mixed up with technical and professional work in statistics. He suggested an alternative scheme for creation of a “Central Statistical Pool”. The scheme of Prof. Mahalnobis was circulated to all the ministries on the 15th of May, 1956.

    Since two different schemes were expressed, the matter was referred to the Economic Committee of Secretaries, before a paper was submitted to the cabinet for its orders. The Economic Committee of Secretaries accordingly discussed the matter on the 4th December 1956 and examined as to which of the two schemes was more suitable to the needs of Government. It was pointed out that in certain Ministries like Railways, Food, Agriculture and Labour it was not merely statistics that was wanted but also economic advice. Advice on price fixation and controls, exports and imports of specified agricultural commodities and investigations of an economic character could not be had from men trained only in statistics. Nor was it considered practicable for these ministries to seek ad hoc economic advice from outside economists in respect of these matters.

    Orders of the Cabinet were solicited on whether a combined Economic and Statistical Service should be constituted as recommended by Krishnamachari Committee or whether two separate services should be formed as recommended by Economics Committee of Secretaries. The Cabinet in its meeting held on 12th Feb 1958 decided that two separate services should be formed; a Statistical Service and other an Economic Service. It was further decided that the control of the two services should vest in the Ministry of Home Affairs. On 23rd August 1958, a Committee chaired by Cabinet Secretary, decided on the draft rules regarding the Statistical/Economic services. The rules for the two services were to be published separately and an independent board was to be set up.

    The Indian Economic Service was constituted on 1st November 1961 and the Service Rules were notified on the same date. The actual operationalization of service took place in 1964 by induction of a number of officers who were then holding posts which were identified as posts carrying work relating to economic analysis. Direct recruitment to the service through all India competitive examination conducted by UPSC started in 1967. The first batch of direct recruit officers joined in the year 1968.

    The Indian Economic Service is an inter-ministerial service. The Indian Economic Service has also spread out to a number of departments in the last fifty years. The number of ministries / departments have increased from 10 in 1979 to 55 in 2011.

    The Indian Economic Service Officers have contributed significantly in these years not only in cadre posts but also in State Governments and regulatory institutions. Officers have served in the states of Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Goa, Karnataka, Nagaland, Andhra Pradesh, Meghalaya, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. Officers have also served in organizations like Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, Competition Commission of India, Central Electricity Authority, Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority, Finance Commission etc.

  • Cadre Control

  • Main Functions

    The IES Division in the Department of Economic Affairs is entrusted with the responsibility of Cadre administration and management of the Indian Economic Service.

    The main functions of the IES Cadre Division are all matters pertaining to the following:

    • Examination for Direct Recruitment- Examination Rules and Syllabus;
    • Direct Recruitment and Appointment to the service- medical examination and antecedent/character verification;
    • Promotion of feeder-post holders to Grade-IV (Junior Time Scale) of the service;
    • Policy matters pertaining to IES Rules;
    • Cadre review and restructuring of the service;
    • Encadrement of posts in the IES Cadre;
    • Act as the Secretariat to the IES Board and convening of meetings of the Board;
    • Career management and placement of officers of the service in the 45 participating Ministries/Departments;
    • Maintenance of Annual Confidential Rolls of officers of the service;
    • Promotion to various grades in the service including convening of meetings of the concerned Departmental Promotion Committee;
    • Seniority and confirmation of officers of the service;
    • Preparation of the Civil List of the service;
    • Organizing various induction-level training programmes for Probationers and officers promoted to the Junior Time Scale of the service from the feeder grade;
    • Training needs assessment and capacity building of officers of the service by organizing various in-service training programmes and refresher courses for serving officers;
    • Sponsoring officers of the service/Granting Cadre clearance for deputation to various ex-cadre posts in the Central Government, State Governments, and posts under the Central Staffing Scheme;
    • Sponsoring officers of the service/Granting Cadre clearance for deputation on Foreign Service terms to various ex-cadre posts including in the Public Sector Undertakings;
    • Sponsoring officers/grant Cadre clearance for foreign assignments, medium-term and long-term training, etc.;
    • Granting of Cadre clearance to officers applying for Study Leave;
    • Management of retirement and resignation of officers;
    • Operationalization of the budget head for salary to Probationers and officers on Compulsory Wait with the Cadre, training and grant-in-aid;
    • Vigilance/disciplinary cases of officers of the service;
    • Court cases on service matters; and
    • Provision of information on service-related matters to applicants under the RTI Act 2005.
    • Contact Details of Retired officers of Indian Economic Service

      Sl. No.NameAddressPhone No.e-mail id
      1Shri A. S. Nikhade101,Anandfavali Housing Cooperative Society,
      Luisvadi, Thane west, 
      2Shri A. K. Belwal,137,Sukhdev Vihar,
      P.o Jamia Nagar
      New Delhi-100025.
      3Shri A. HaqE-80, Shaheen Bagh
      Jamia Nagar
      New Delhi-110025
      4Shri Alok Banerjee164/9/6
      Lake Garden
      5Shri Balbeer Singh
      6Shri B.P. SinhaC-11/43-B, Lawrance Road, 
      MIG flats, 
      Keshav Puram, 
      New Delhi-110035.
      7Shri Balram,Sonik Cottege,
      Post Office Dobhi,
      Dist: Kullu-175129
      [Himachal Pradesh]
      8Shri Charan Pal Singh1059, Sector – 8,
      Faridabad – 121006, Haryana
      9Dr. C. S. Parsad,C-427,
      Yojana Vihar,
      10Dr. Chittaranjan,21/2 Harmony Homes,
      Sector 57
      11Shri C. J. Augustine,AL-189,
      Anna nagar
      12Shri D.K Trehan37 Kamakshi Apartment,
      Plot No -28,
      Sector 6 Dwarka,
      New Delhi-110075
      13Shri. D. Amarnath,2-2-1144/17/2,
      New Nalla Konta,
      Hyderabad -44
      14Shri D. K. Mukhopadhyay17 A, Navdita Enclave, 
      A-6, Pashchim Vihar, 
      New Delhi-110063.
      15Shri D D TripathyN 1/69, IRC Village, 
      16Shri D.P Singh1004, Sector 9,
      17Shri G P S BhojE-136,
      New Delhi – 110021.
      18Dr. G.R. ReddyFlat No 203,
      Shri Nilaya Apartments,
      Plot No -1, Balaji Nagar,
      Hyderabad – 29.
      19Shri Gyan Prakash,F 8/4, ist floor,
      Model Town II
      20Shri H D Goyal55 Kamakshi apartments,
      Plot No 28,
      Sector- 6 Dwarka,
      New Delhi-110075
      21Shri H. C. Chandravat57-B, M/G Pocket 1, 
      Dilshad Garden, 
      New Delhi-110095.
      22Shri H. S. Sethi,17, Doon Vihar,
      Rajpur Road
      23Shri H. N. Gupta37 B
      Block AD
      Shalimar Bagh
      New Delhi-110088
      24Ms. Indu Datta,31 Engineer's Estate,
      21 IP Extension,
      New Delhi-110092
      25Shri I. S. KumarRaheja Vihar, Sunset II, B wing
      Flat no 206, Chandivali
      Powai, Mumbai-400072.
      26Ms. Indrani Gupta,A-15,
      Institute of Economic Growth,
      University of Delhi (North Campus),
      New Delhi-110007
      27Shri J. G. KhedekarB-404, Saakaar Co-operative
      Housing Society Behind Bank of India, Yari Road Andheri west,
      Mumbai – 400061.
      28Shri J.S Nigam678/1, Ashok Vatika
      Lal Dora
      Deoli Village
      New Delhi 110062
      29Dr J Rajeshwar RaoA 407,
      Puneet apartment
      B 10 Vasundhara enclave
      New Delhi 110096
      30Shri J. S. Sinha,A 2/72,
      New Delhi-110058
      31Shri J.U. Mansukhani25-Sector 15A, 
      32Shri K. L. Datta31 Engineer's Estate,
      21 IP Extension,
      New Delhi-110092
      33Dr. Kalyan M Raipuria,2 B, Tower D, Viceroy Park,
      Thakur Village,
      Kandivali East,
      34Shri. K. Shekhar Shetty,153, Kasturi Dhama Apartments,
      Flat No. 107 A,
      8th Main, 9th Cross,
      35Shri K. K. RudraB-3/F, 2nd floor, 
      MIG flats, Mayapuri,
      New Delhi-110064
      36Shri K.B. L. Mathur   No. 9, 46 A, 
      West Punjabi Bagh, 
      New Delhi-110026
      37Shri Kewal RamTrimurti Bhawan,
      Kamla Nagar,
      Bhatta Kufar
      Chakrayal Road
      38Shri Kailash ChandraG-91, Phase-I,
      Ashok Vihar, 
      New Delhi-110052
      39Shri K.S. LuduD-104, Satya Shanti Apartments, 
      Sector-13, Rohini, 
      New Delhi-1100 85.
      40Shri K. S. KalasuaS B Vihar, 144, 
      New Sanganer Road, 
      Sodala, Jaipur.
      41Shri K. L. BajajTC- House No. 1838, 
      42Shri. K. Prasada Rao,Plot No.43
      Sriram Nagar Colony,
      S R Nagar, 
      Hyderabad- 500038
      43Dr. Kulwant Singh,128, National Media Complex,
      Shankar Chowk Complex,
      NH-8, Gurgaon.
      44Shri K. K. Narang,F9/1, Krishna Nagar,
      New Delhi-110051.
      45Shri Kamal Kishore,House No 1/8, Ground Floor,
      Vikram Vihar, Lajpat Nagar 4,
      New Delhi-110024
      46Shri K.C Talukdar501,Sector 3, R.K Puram
      New Dehi-110022
      47Shri Lajwanti ChughC-111 A, Kalkaji, 
      New Delhi -19.
      48Shri Manohar LalB-905, Pinnacle Tower,
      Ahinsa Khand -II,
      opposite Rail Vihar Indirapuram,
      Ghaziabad – 201014. (U.P.)
      49Shri M.C AryaA 47, G I,Chandarnagar,
      50Shri M.M. VargheseMarieth House, 
      Pathanamthitta District, 
      Kerala- 689531
      51Shri M.N. MathurHouse No 192, 
      Sector 17, 
      52Shri M. B. L. Nigam3-C, Pocket B, Plot No. 13, 
      Ashok Vihar, near Sundar Lal Hospital,
      New Delhi-110052
      53Shri Mohan Singh2349, Sector 8, 
      54Shri M.P. Agarwalc/o Shri S K Tiwari,
      Centre for Social and Environmental Care, village chilla (Behind Queen Mary's school), Mayur Vihar extn(Phase 1), Delhi-110091
      55Shri M .P. Rege3/13, Prakash Society,
      Relief Road, 
      Santa Cruz West, 
      56Shri M.R. MayyaC-61, Luis Apartments,
      Govind Rao Patwardhan Marg,
      Portuguese Church,
      Dadar (West),
      57Shri M.S.Virdhi,Chairman,
      Virdi Foundation(Regd.)
      Village Amian Tofa,
      Dist: Jalandhar
      58Shri Mathew Joseph,Senior Consultant,
      Core 6 A, 4th Floor, 
      India Habitat Centre, 
      Lodhi Road, New Delhi
      59Shri N. K. Gupta,A 2 B/69 B,
      MIG Flat,
      Paschim Vihar,
      New Delhi-110063
      60Shri N. Velayudhan,House No. 9,
      Railway Nagar,
      Olavakkode P.O.
      61Shri N. L. JoshiE-119, East of Kailash, 
      New Delhi-110065
      62Shri Nand Lal100, Vidya Vihar, 
      Peetam Pura, West Enclave, 
      Outer Ring Road, 
      New Delhi-110034.
      63Shri N Parameswara AyyarSite No 100, First Street,
      Krishna Colony,
      Trichy Road,
      64Shri N. J. Kurian,House No 741,
      Sector 21
      65Shri N.K KumarA-2/6
      11th Cross Street
      Besant Nagar,
      66Shri O. P. DahiyaVillage & P.O. : Tatindu,
      Tehsil: Kharkhoda,
      Distt. Sonepat,
      Haryana – 131402.
      67Shri O.P. Bharadwaj,C-2/303, Janak Puri, 
      New Delhi-110058
      68Shri Prabodh KumarY Z Block, Sarojini Nagar,
      Quarter No. 7, 
      New Delhi – 110023.
      69Shri P.K. AggarwalFlat No. 910, 
      Houston Heights Apartments,
      Sector 4, Vaishali,
      70Shri P. S. MathurFlat No. 214,
      Nirman Apartments,
      Mayur Vihar –I,
      New Delhi – 110091.
      71Ms. Padma Venkatachalam, Ph. D.# 301 Silver Spring,
      MD 20906, USA
      2013523315 (Cell)
      72Shri P. V. Thomas,914-Navsansad Vihar,
      Sector- 22, Dwarka,
      New Delhi-110077
      73Shri Paul Joseph,A-45, Hilansh apartments,
      Sector 10, Plot No 1
      New Delhi-75
      74Ms. Prabha Rani KhuranaPocket A-12, Flat No. 56-C, 
      Vaishali Apartments, 
      DDA Flats, 
      Kalkaji Extention, 
      New Delhi -110 019.
      75Dr. P.N. Kaul,M-21, Sector 11,
      Uttar Pradesh
      76Dr. P.D. Mukherjee,B-188,
      Yojana Vihar,
      77Shri R Tripathy 0674-2741326
      78Shri R Srinivasan167, Munirka Enclave,
      New Delhi-110067.
      79Shri R. N. JainBB/56 B, Janakpuri,
      New Delhi-110058.
      80Shri R. D. ChowdharyG 1391, Chittaranjan Park,
      New Delhi-110019.
      81Shri R. K. SaxenaFlat No. 40, Nirman Apartments,
      Mayur Vihar – I, New Delhi – 110091.
      82Shri R.K. Agarwal323, Parshva Vihar, 
      Plot No. 50, Patparganj Soiety, 
      New Delhi-110092.
      83Shri R. S. Gaur447/7, Urban Estate, 
      Sector -7, 
      84Shri Ramesh ChandraAD/122-C, Shalimar Bagh, 
      New Delhi-110088.
      85Shri Ramesh ChandraA 2/178, Janakpuri,
      New Delhi-110058
      86Shri R P Mishra20 B, Avtaar Vihar,
      Near Gandhi Chowk,
      Mohan Garden, New Delhi - 110059
      87Shri R. P. Sinha27-C, Pocket A, 
      DDA Flats, Sukhdev Vihar, 
      New Delhi-110025.
      88Shri R. D. Saxena245-SFS, Hauz Khas Apartment, 
      New Delhi-110016
      89Shri R. C. VaishD-48, Sector 36, 
      90Shri Raj Gopal 011-22459917 
      91Shri Rajesh ThakurFlat No. 8 Block-D, 
      Sugantha Apartments South Enclave, 
      By pass Road, Saproon, Solan, 
      Himachal Pradesh-173211.
      92Shri R. C. SrinivasanFlat No. 10, 2nd Floor, 
      Dev Apartments, 
      Old 41-42, 
      New 91, 1st main Road, 
      Gandhi Nagar, Adyar, 
      93Sarvan KumarDG II, 20-C,
      Vikas Puri,
      New Delhi-110018
      94Shri S. C. GautamA 26, Retreat Apartments,
      20 IP Extension,
      New Delhi -110092
      95Shri S.K. Jain,7/393, 
      Frash Bazar, 
      96Shri S. Nigam316, Jahaj Apts,
      Inder Enclave, Paschim Vihar
      Rohtak Road, 
      near Peeragarhi
      New Delhi-110087
      97Shri S.N Ram29, Munirka Village
      New Delhi 110067
      98Shri S.P. RawalFlat No. 8,
      Sudarshan Apartments,
      Plot No. 82, IP Extension,
      New Delhi-110092
      99Shri S.R.S. Gill1112-Phase- 9, 
      100Shri S. K. Mathur1103, Sector A, 
      Pocket B, SFS Vasant Kunj, 
      New Delhi-110070.
      101Shri S. M. JharwalD-1/91, Satya Marg,
      New Delhi-110021.
      102Shri S. S. Batra,C 3 A/91 B
      New Delhi.
      103Shri Sukhbilas Barma,AL-220,
      Salt Lake,
      104Shri Shreekant Gupta,A-15,
      Institute of Economic Growth,
      University of Delhi(North Campus),
      New Delhi-110007
      105Shri T. P. BiswasFlat no 2, IES apartment, 
      Plot no 9, Sector 10, 
      Dwarka, New Delhi -110078.
      106Shri Tarun Das,10/14, East Patel Nagar,
      New Delhi
      107Shri Utpal GhoshB-5/5, Haremanan Apartment, 
      Plot No. 40, Sector-6,
      108Shri VelmuruganPlot NO. 146, Door No. 13,
      AGS Colony, 6th Main Road,
      Velachery, Chennai – 42.
      109Shri V. SwaminathanRoom No. 19 (Old No. 36)
      East Park Road, 
      Sahenoy Nagar, 
      110Shri Veer Chandra,442, Yojna Vihar, 
      (Jamna Par), 
      New Delhi-110092.
      111Shri V. Ashokan,Flat No 3052,
      Joy Apartments,
      Plot no II, Sector II,
      Dwarka, New Dehi-110075
      112Shri V.P AhujaA 805,
      Amrapali apartment,
      Sector 3, Vaishali, Ghaziabad
      U.P 201010
      113Shri Y. VermaFlat No 7106/B10, 
      Vasant Kunj, 
      New Delhi-110017.
      114Shri Yudhvir UppalH. No.- 102,
      Sector -2, Faridabad.
      115Shri Yogesh Chandra,A-316, Shipra Krishna Vista,
      Ahinsa Khand-I