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LEGISLATIVE MATTERS
(UPDATED UPTO 31
ST
MARCH, 2009)
Table No. Subject
1. Dates of poll, constitution, first sitting expiration of the term and dissolution of the Lok Sabha since
1952 (First to Fourteenth Lok Sabha)
2. Statement showing the dates of constitution, dissolution etc. of various Lok Sabhas since 1952
3. Dates of issue of summons, commencement, adjournment sine-die, prorogation, sittings and duration
of various Sessions of Lok Sabha held since 1952 (‘B’ in column 1 stands for Budget Session)
4. Dates of issue of summons, commencement, adjournment sine-die,prorogation, sittings and duration
of various Sessions of Rajya Sabha held since 1952
5. Statement showing the interval of less than 15 days between the issue of summons to Members of
Lok Sabha and dates of Commencement of sessions since 1962
6. Statement showing the interval of less than 15 days between the issue of summons to Members of
Rajya Sabha and dates of Commencement of sessions since 1962
7. Statement showing the names and dates of appointment etc. of the Speakers pro tem
8. Statement showing the dates of election, names of Speaker and Deputy Speaker of the Lok Sabha
9. Dates of election of the Speaker, Lok Sabha and the constitution of the Departmentally related
Standing Committees since 1993
10. Statement showing the dates of election and names of the Deputy Chairman of the Rajya Sabha
11. Duration of recess during Budget Sessions since 1993
12. Statement showing the details regarding Sessions of the Lok Sabha etc.when the House remained
unprorogued for more than 15 days
13. Statement showing the details regarding Sessions of the Rajya Sabha when the House remained
unprorogued for more than 6 days
14. Dates of presentation of Interim (General and Railway) Budgets in Lok Sabha and duration of the
Sessions in which presented
15. Votes on Account taken twice during a financial year
16. Statistical information regarding number of sessions, sittings held, Bills introduced, passed and
lapsed and number of various discussions held on non-official motions
17. Number of Bills passed by both Houses of Parliament session-wise during each Lok Sabha since
1952
18. Number of sittings of Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha, number of Bills passed by the both Houses
of Parliament, year-wise, since 1952
19. List of Government Bills pending in the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha at the conclusion of 15
th
Session of Lok Sabha and 215
th
Session of Rajya Sabha
20. Ordinances promulgated by the President since, 1952
21. Dates of delivery of President’s Address, Names of mover and seconder, dates of discussion on
Motion of Thanks in the two Houses
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22. Certain statistical data regarding Motion of Thanks on President’s Address
23. Sittings of the Houses of Parliament held on Saturdays/Holidays for presentation of General Budget
24. Date and time of presentation of General Budget in the Lok Sabha and whether business transacted
after its presentation/laying in two Houses
25. Dates of presentation, General Discussion on the General and Railway Budgets etc. Lok Sabha
since, 1952
26. Dates of General discussion on the General and Railway Budgets and consideration and return of
Appropriation Bills relating to the Demands for Grants by the Rajya Sabha since 1952
27. Discussions held on Government Motions in the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha since 1993
28. No-Confidence Motions discussed in Lok Sabha and their outcome since 1952
29. Confidence Motions so far listed/discussed in Lok Sabha
30. Statement showing time lost on adjournments in two houses due to interruptions during the term of
the 14th Lok Sabha and corresponding period of the Rajya Sabha
31. Demands for Grants of Ministries discussed in Lok Sabha during the Budget Session since 1993
32. Details of the Ministries whose working were discussed in the Rajya Sabha since 1993
33. Private Members’ Bills passed by Parliament since 1952 so far
RULE 377 / SPECIAL MENTIONS
(Updated upto 31
st
March, 2009)
34. Matters raised under Rule 377 in the Lok Sabha and Special Mentions made in the Rajya Sabha
and their pendency, session-wise
TRAINING COURSES
(Updated upto 31
st
March, 2009)
35. Orientation Courses so far held for the officers of the Central Ministries /Departments
36. Orientation Courses so far held for the officers of the State Governments
37. Workshop on Managing Legislative Business for Officers of various Ministries/ Departments
CONSULTATIVE COMMITEES
(Updated upto 31
st
March, 2009)
38. List of various Consultative Committees constituted for various Ministries
39. List of Ministries where Consultative Committees could not be constituted for want of requisite
numbers of members
40. Statement showing Consultative Committee Meetings held during the period from 01.01.2008 to
31.03.2009
41. List of Members of Parliament nominated as Permanent Special Invitees (PSI) to the Consultative
Committees of various Ministries /Departments
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GOVERNMENT SPONSORED DELEGATION OF PARLIAMENTARIANS
(Updated upto 31
st
March, 2009)
42. Government sponsored Goodwill Delegation of Parliamentarians sent
43. Foreign Delegation received by Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs
LEADERS OF HOUSES/LEADERS OF OPPOSITION/ LEADERS MEETINGS/AIWCS
(Updated upto 31
st
March, 2009)
44. Name of Leaders of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha of Parliament since 1952
45. Statement indicating the names of the Leaders of Opposition alongwith their Party etc. since
November 1
st
, 1977 when the Salary and Allowances of Leaders of Opposition in Parliament Act,1977
came into force
46. Meetings with Leaders of various Political Parties/Groups
47. Statement showing the details of All India Whips’ Conference held by the Ministry of Parliamentary
Affairs
48. Statement showing the salary, Allowances and other facilities admissible to Members of Parliament
49. Facilities extended to Ex-Members of Parliament
YOUTH PARLIAMENT COMPETITION
(Updated upto 31
st
March, 2009)
50. Details of the number of participating schools of NCT and NDMC and names of the schools standing
first etc. since 1966
51. Details of Youth Parliament Competitions held between 1983-88 among Kendriya Vidyalayas located
in and around Delhi
52. Details of the National Youth Parliament Competitions for the Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan initiated
since 1988
53. Details of the National Youth Parliament Competitions for Jawahar Navoday Vidyalayas since
1997-98
54. Details of the National Youth Parliament Competitions for Universities/ Colleges initiated from
1997-98
55. Details of Orientation Courses held since 1988 for organization of Youth Parliament Competitions
in Delhi and NDMC Schools
56. Details of Orientation Courses held for organization of Youth Parliament Competitions in the Kendriya
Vidyalayas
57. Details of Orientation Courses held for organization of National Youth Parliament Competitions in
Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas
58. Details of Orientation Courses held for organization of National Youth Parliament Competitions in
Universities/Colleges
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HINDI
(Updated upto 31st March, 2009)
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ASSURANCES
60. Details of Assurances extracted/fulfilled during 1956 to 28
th
February, 2009
ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS
(Updated upto 31st March, 2009)
61. List of Telephone Numbers/ Names of Ministers, Officers, their Telephone Numbers, Residential
Addresses etc.
62. List of Employees of the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs
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TABLE-1
DATES OF POLL, CONSTITUTION, FIRST SITTING,
EXPIRATION OF THE TERM AND DISSOLUTION OF LOK SABHA SINCE 1952
(First to Fourteenth Lok Sabha)
Lok Sabha Last date Date of the Date of Date of the Date of Date of
of poll constitution constitution of first sitting expiration of dissolution
Lok Sabha Government/ term (Article
Cabinet 83(2) of the
Constitution
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
First 21.02.52 02.04.52 13.05.52 13.05.52 12.05.57 04.04.57
Second 15.03.57 05.04.57 17.04.57 10.05.57 09.05.62 31.03.62
Third 25.02.62 02.04.62 10.04.62 16.04.62 15.04.67 03.03.67
Fourth 21.02.67 04.03.67 13.03.67 16.03.67 15.03.72 *27.12.70
Fifth 10.03.71 15.03.71 18.03.71 19.03.71 18.03.77 *18.01.77
Sixth 20.03.77 23.03.77 24.03.77 25.03.77 24.03.82 *22.08.79
Seventh 06.01.80 10.01.80 14.01.80 21.01.80 20.01.85 31.12.84
Eighth 28.12.84 31.12.84 31.12.84 15.01.85 14.01.90 27.11.89
Ninth 26.11.89 02.12.89 02.12.89 18.12.89 17.12.94 *13.03.91
Tenth 15.06.91 20.06.91 21.06.91 09.07.91 08.07.96 10.05.96
Eleventh 07.05.96 15.05.96 16.05.96 22.05.96 21.05.2001 *04.12.97
Twelfth 07.03.98 10.03.98 19.03.98 23.03.98 22.03.2003 *26.04.99
Thirteenth 04.10.99 10.10.99 13.10.99 20.10.99 19.10.2004 *06.02.2004
Fourteenth 10.05.04 17.05.04 22.05.04 02.06.04 01.06.09
* 1. Mid-term polls were held, Dissolution took place even before the elections.
2. Last dates of Poll in column (2) are based on reports of Election Commission.
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TABLE – 2
STATEMENT SHOWING THE DATES OF CONSTITUTION, DISSOLUTION ETC. OF VARIOUS LOK SABHAS
First Second Third Fourth
Dates of constitution April 2, 1952 April 5, 1957 April 2, 1962 March 4, 1967
Dates of swearing-in of the Ministry May 13, 1952 April 17, 1957 April 10, 1962 March 13, 1967
Dates of commencement and May 13 to May 10 to April 16 to March 16 to
conclusion of the First Session August 12, 1952 May 31, 1957 June 22, 1962 April 8, 1967
Dates of oath or affirmation May 13 & 15, May 10 & 11, April 16 & 17, March 16 & 17,
1952 1957 1962 1967
Dates of election of the Speaker May 15, 1952 May 11, 1957 April 17, 1962 March 17, 1967
Dates of delivery of President’s May 16, 1952 May 13, 1957 April 18, 1962 March 18, 1967
Address
Dates of dissolution April 4, 1957 March 31, 1962 March 3, 1967 December 27,
1970
Period for which Vote on Account 4 month 5 months 3 months 4 months
was obtained (April-July,1952) (April-Aug., 1957) (April-June, 1962) (April-July, 1967)
Session and its duration in which 5
th
Session of 15
th
Session of 16
th
Session of 1
st
Session of
the Vote on Account obtained Provisional 1
st
Lok Sabha 2
nd
Lok Sabha Fourth Lok
Parliament (March 18 to 28, (March 12 to 30, Sabha
(February 5 to 1957) 1962) (March 16 to
March 5, 1952) April 8, 1967)
Session and its duration in which 1
st
Session (May 2
nd
Session (July 1
st
Session (April 2
nd
Session (May
the full Budget was passed 13 to August 12, 15 to September 16 to June 22, 22 to August 12,
1952) 13, 1957) 1962) 1967)
Resignation by the outgoing Ministry 17.04.1957 4.04.1962 12.3.1967 17.12.1970
Note:- Under article 379(1) of the Constitution [since repealed by the Constitution (Seventh Amendment) Act, 1956]
the Provisional Parliament ceased to exist on April 17, 1952, when summons were issued to both Houses of Parliament
to meet for their first session.
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Fifth Sixth Seventh Eighth
Dates of constitution +March 15, 1971 March 23, 1977 January 10, 1980 December 31,
1984
Dates of swearing in of the Ministry March 18, 1971 March 24, 1977 January 14, 1980 December 31,
by Prime Minister, 1984
March 26, 1977
by 14 Ministers,
March 28, 1977
by 5 Ministers
Dates of commencement and +March 19 to +March 19 to January 21 to January 15 to
conclusion of the First Session April 2, 1971 April 7, 1977 February 2, 1980 30, 1985
Dates of oath or affirmation March 19, 1971 March 25, 1977 January 21 & 22, January 15,16
1980 and 17, 1985
Dates of election of the Speaker March 22, 1971 March 26, 1977 January 22, 1980 January 16, 1985
Dates of delivery of President’s March 23, 1971 March 28, 1977 January 23, 1980 January 17, 1985
Address
Dates of dissolution January 18, 1977 August 22, 1979 December 31, November 27,
1984 1989
Period for which Vote on Account 4 months 4 months 4 months 2 months
was obtained
Session and its duration in which 1
st
Session of 1
st
Session of 2
nd
Session of 2
nd
Session of
the Vote on Account obtained 5
th
Lok Sabha 6
th
Lok Sabha 7
th
Lok Sabha 8
th
Lok Sabha
(March 19 to (March 25 to (March 11 to 28, (March 13 to
April 2, 1971) April 7, 1977) 1980) May 20, 1985)
Session and its duration in which 2
nd
Session 2
nd
Session of 3
rd
Session of 2
nd
Session of
the full Budget was passed (May 24 to 6
th
Lok Sabha 7
th
Lok sabha 8
th
Lok Sabha
August 12, 1971) (June 11 to (June 9 to (March 13 to
August 8, 1977) August 12, 1980) May 20, 1985)
Resignation by the outgoing Ministry March 22, 1977 January 14, 1980 December 31, November 28,
1984 1989
+ Summons to the Members were issued on March 15, 1971 i.e. date of Constitution of 5
th
Lok Sabha.
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Ninth Tenth Eleventh Twelfth
Dates of constitution December 2, June 20, 1991 May 15, 1996 March 10, 1998
1989
Dates of swearing in of the Ministry December 2, June 21, 1991 i) May 16, 1996 March 19, 1998
1989 (10 Ministers)
December 5, ii) June 1, 1996
1989 (12 Cabinet +
(portfolios 8 MOS)
allotted on iii) April 21, 1997
6.12.1989) [16 Cabinet +
9 MOS (IC) +
8 MOS]
Dates of commencement and December 18 to July 9, 1991 to May 22 to March 23 to
conclusion of the First Session 30, 1989 September 18, June 12, 1996 March 31, 1998
1991
Dates of oath or affirmation December 18 & July 9 & 10, 1991 May 22 & 23, March 23 & 24,
19, 1989 1996 1998
Dates of election of the Speaker December 19, July 10, 1991 May 23, 1996 March 24, 1998
1989
Dates of delivery of President’s December 20, July 11, 1991 May 24, 1996 March 25, 1998
Address 1989
Dates of dissolution March 13, 1991 May 10, 1996 December 4, April 26, 1999
1997
Period for which Vote on Account 4 months 4 months 4 months 4 months
was obtained (April-July 1991) (April-July, 1996) (April-July, 1998)
Session and its duration in which 2
nd
Session of 7
th
Session of 16
th
Session of 1
st
Session of
the Vote on Account obtained 9
th
Lok Sabha 9
th
Lok Sabha 10
th
Lok Sabha 12
th
Lok Sabha
(March 12 to (February 21 to (February 26 to (March 23 to
May 31, 1990) March 12, 1991) March 12, 1996) March 31, 1998)
Session and its duration in which 2
nd
Session of 1
st
Session of 2
nd
Session of 2
nd
Session of
the full Budget was passed 9
th
Lok Sabha 10
th
Lok Sabha 11
th
Lok Sabha 12
th
Lok Sabha
(March 12 to (July 9 to (July 10 to (May 27 to
May 31, 1990) September 18, September 13, August 6, 1998)
1991) 1996)
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Ninth Tenth Eleventh Twelfth
Resignation by the outgoing Ministry June 21, 1991 May 16, 1996 May 28, 1996 April 17, 1999
(Relinquished (Sh. A.B.
their charges) Vajpayee Govt. -
relinquished their
charges on
June 1, 1996)
April 11, 1997
(Sh. H.D.
Devegowda
Govt.-
relinquished their
charges on
April 21, 1997)
November 28,
1997 (Sh. I.K.
Gujral Govt.-
relinquished their
charges on
March 19, 1998)
Thirteenth Fourteenth
Dates of constitution October 10, 1999 May 17, 2004
Dates of swearing-in of the Ministry October 13, 1999 May 22, 2004
Dates of commencement and conclusion of October 20-29, 1999 June 2 to 10, 2004
the First Session
Dates of oath or affirmation October 20-21, 1999 June 2 & 3, 2004
Dates of election of the Speaker (i) October 22, 1999; and June 4, 2004
(ii) May 10, 2002
Dates of delivery of President’s Address October 25, 1999 June 7, 2004
Dates of dissolution February 6, 2004 —
Period for which Vote on Account was 2 months (April-May, 2000) (i) 4 months (April- July, 2004)
obtained (ii) 2 months (Aug.-Sept., 2004)
Session and its duration in which the Vote on 3
rd
Session of 13
th
Lok Sabha (i) 14
th
Session of 13
th
Lok
Account obtained (February 23 to May 17, 2000) Sabha (December 2, 2003 to
February 5, 2004)
(ii) 2
nd
Session of 14
th
Lok Sabha
(July 5 to August 26, 2004)
Session and its duration in which the full 3
rd
Session of 13
th
Lok Sabha 2
nd
Session of 14
th
Lok Sabha
Budget was passed (February 23 to May 17, 2000) (July 5 to August 26, 2004)
Resignation of outgoing Ministry February 6, 2004 —
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TABLE – 3
DATES OF ISSUE OF SUMMONS, COMMENCEMENT, ADJOURNMENT SINE DIE, PROROGATION,
SITTINGS AND DURATION OF VARIOUS SESSIONS OF LOK SABHA HELD SINCE 1952
(’B’ in column 1 stand for Budget Session)
FIRST LOK SABHA
Session Date of Date of Time of Date of Date of Total no. Actual no. No. of No. of
issue of commen- commen- adjourn- proroga- of days of days on days days
summons cement cement of ment tion of the which the on which allotted for
the sitting sine-die Session House sat non-official Govern-
business ment
was business
transacted
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1
st
25.4.1952 13.5.1952 10.45 a.m. 12.8.1952 19.8.1952 92 67 4 63
8.15 a.m.
2
nd
26.8.1952 5.11.1952 10.45 a.m. 20.12.1952 4.1.1953 46 36 2 34
3
rd
10.1.1953 11.2.1953 2.00 p.m. 15.5.1953 16.5.1953 94 72 4 68
8.15 a.m.
4
th
21.5.1953 3.8.1953 8.15 a.m. 18.9.1953 23.9.1953 47 35}
5
th
1.10.1953 16.11.1953 1.30 p.m. 24.12.1953 25.12.1953 39 30}
6
th
7.1.1954 15.2.1954 2.00 p.m. 21.5.1954 22.5.1954 96 74}
8.15 a.m. }
7
th
19.6.1954 23.8.1954 8.15 a.m. 30.9.1954 1.10.1954 39 31}
11.00 a.m. }
8
th
9.10.1954 15.11.1954 11.00 a.m. 24.12.1954 24.12.1954 40 32}
9
th
31.12.1954 21.2.1955 11.00 a.m. 7.5.1955 9.5.1955 76 58}
10.30 a.m. } *
10
th
23.5.1955 25.7.1955 11.00 a.m. 1.10.1955 4.10.1955 69 54}
11
th
12.10.1955 21.11.1955 11.00 a.m. 23.12.1955 24.12.1955 33 27}
12
th
6.1.1956 15.2.1956 11.00 a.m. 30.5.1956 2.6.1956 106 76}
10.30 a.m. }
10.00 a.m. }
13
th
9.6.1956 16.7.1956 11.00 a.m. 13.9.1956 15.9.1956 60 45}
10.30 a.m. }
14
th
22.9.1956 14.11.1956 11.00 a.m. 22.12.1956 23.12.1956 39 30}
15
th
21.2.1957 18.3.1957 11.00 a.m. 28.3.1957 28.3.1957 11 10}
N.B.
Sl.No. From to the House Sl.No. From to the house
sat from sat from
(a) 3.5.52 21.5.52 10.45 a.m. (i) 21.2.55 30.4.55 11.00 a.m.
(b) 22.5.52 12.8.52 8.15 a.m. (j) 2.5.55 7.5.55 10.30 a.m.
(c) 11.2.53 10.4.53 2.00 p.m. (k) 15.2.56 3.3.56 11.00 a.m.
(d) 14.4.53 15.5.53 8.15 a.m. (l) 5.3.56 29.5.56 10.30 a.m.
(e) 15.2.54 19.4.54 2.00 p.m. (m) 30.5.56 — 10.00 a.m.
(f) 20.4.54 21.5.54 8.15 a.m. (n) 16.7.56 8.9.56 11.00 a.m.
(g) 23.8.54 8.9.54 8.15 a.m. (o) 10.9.56 13.9.56 10.30 a.m.
(h) 10.9.54 30.9.54 11.00 a.m.
* Under Rule 26, allotment of separate days for Private Members’ Business was discontinued and Private Members’
Business was transacted for 2 ½ hours on every Friday or on Saturdays when Fridays happended to be holidays.
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SECOND LOK SABHA
Session Date of Date of Time of Date of Date of Total no. Actual no.
issue of commen- commen- adjourn- proroga- of days of days on
summons cement cement of ment tion of the which the
the sitting sine-die Session House sat
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1
st
22.4.1957 10.5.1957 11.00 a.m. 31.5.1957 1.6.1957 22 17
2
nd
15.6.1957 15.7.1957 11.00 a.m. 13.9.1957 13.9.1957 61 47
3
rd
20.9.1957 11.11.1957 11.00 a.m. 21.12.1957 21.12.1957 41 32
4
th
28.12.1957 10.2.1958 11.00 a.m. 9.5.1958 12.5.1958 89 64
5
th
2.6.1958 11.8.1958 11.00 a.m. 27.9.1958 1.10.1958 48 35
6
th
10.10.1958 17.11.1958 11.00 a.m. 20.12.1958 22.12.1958 34 26
7
th
8.1.1959 9.2.1959 11.00 a.m. 9.5.1959 11.5.1959 90 65
8
th
25.5.1959 3.8.1959 11.00 a.m. 12.9.1959 15.9.1959 41 31
9
th
25.9.1959 16.11.1959 11.00 a.m. 22.12.1959 24.12.1959 37 27
10
th
6.1.1960 8.2.1960 11.00 a.m. 29.4.1960 5.5.1960 82 60
11
th
19.5.1960 1.8.1960 11.00 a.m. 9.9.1960 13.9.1960 40 31
12
th
27.9.1960 14.11.1960 11.00 a.m. 23.12.1960 26.12.1960 40 30
13
th
6.1.1961 14.2.1961 11.00 a.m. 5.5.1961 11.5.1961 81 61
14
th
29.5.1961 7.8.1961 11.00 a.m. 8.9.1961 11.9.1961 33 25
15
th
20.9.1961 20.11.1961 11.00 a.m. 8.12.1961 12.12.1961 19 16
16
th
19.2.1962 12.3.1962 11.00 a.m. 30.3.1962 Dissolved on 20 14
31.3.1962
NB: Joint Sitting of Houses was held on 6.5.1961 to consider the Dowry Prohibition Bill, 1959
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THIRD LOK SABHA
Session Date of Date of Time of Date of Date of Total no. Actual no.
issue of commen- commen- adjourn- proroga- of days of days on
summons cement cement of ment tion of the which the
the sitting sine-die Session House sat
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1
st
3.4.1962 16.4.1962 11.00 a.m. 22.6.1962 23.6.1962 68 51
2
nd
5.7.1962 6.8.1962 11.00 a.m. 7.9.1962 9.9.1962 33 25
3
rd
29.10.1962 *8.11.1962 @11.00 a.m. 11.12.1962 26.1.1963 34 26
21.1.1963 25.1.1963 5 5
4
th
31.1.1963 18.2.1963 11.00 a.m. 7.5.1963 9.5.1963 79 61
5
th
28.5.1963 13.8.1963 11.00 a.m. 21.9.1963 21.9.1963 40 30
6
th
1.10.1963 18.11.1963 11.00 a.m. 21.12.1963 22.12.1963 34 26
7
th
1.1.1964 10.2.1964 11.00 a.m. 6.5.1964 6.5.1964 87 66
8
th
8.5.1964 27.5.1964 11.00 a.m. 5.6.1964 6.6.1964 10 7
9
th
20.7.1964 7.9.1964 11.00 a.m. 3.10.1964 5.10.1964 33 20
10
th
10.10.1964 16.11.1964 11.00 a.m. 24.12.1964 25.12.1964 39 29
11
th
9.1.1965 17.2.1965 11.00 a.m. 11.5.1965 11.5.1965 84 57
12
th
5.6.1965 16.8.1965 11.00 a.m. 24.9.1965 25.9.1965 40 29
13
th
1.10.1965 3.11.1965 11.00 a.m. 10.12.1965 13.12.1965 38 27
14
th
21.12.1965 14.2.1966 11.00 a.m. 18.5.1966 20.5.1966 94 63
15
th
24.5.1966 25.7.1966 11.00 a.m. 7.9.1966 12.9.1966 45 32
16
th
17.9.1966 1.11.1966 11.00 a.m. 5.12.1966 9.12.1966 36 24
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13.1.1967 - - - - - -
* The Session was to commence on 19.11.1962 but due to Chinese aggression, it was advanced.
@ From 26.11.1962 to 11.12.1962 (during Chinese aggression), the sittings commenced from 12 noon and there
was no Question Hour. (Dates of Chinese Aggression: 22.10.1962 to midnight of November 21-22, 1962)
# 17
th
Session had been summoned from 13.3.1967 but the summoning order was rescinded by the President on
2.3.1967.
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FOURTH LOK SABHA
Session Date of Date of Time of Date of Date of Total no. Actual no.
issue of commen- commen- adjourn- proroga- of days of days on
summons cement cement of ment tion of the which the
the sitting sine-die Session House sat
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1
st
4.3.1967 16.3.1967 *11.00 a.m. 8.4.1967 10.4.1967 24 17
2
nd
22.4.1967 22.5.1967 11.00 a.m. 12.8.1967 16.8.1967 83 62
3
rd
1.9.1967 13.11.1967 11.00 a.m. 23.12.1967 26.12.1967 41 31
4
th
9.1.1968 12.2.1968 11.00 a.m. 10.5.1968 14.5.1968 89 61
5
th
18.5.1968 22.7.1968 11.00 a.m. 30.8.1968 31.8.1968 40 28
6
th
21.9.1968 11.11.1968 11.00 a.m. 20.12.1968 24.12.1968 40 31
7
th
6.1.1969 17.2.1969 11.00 a.m. 16.5.1969 19.5.1969 89 62
8
th
24.5.1969 21.7.1969 11.00 a.m. 30.8.1969 3.9.1969 41 29
9
th
24.9.1969 17.11.1969 11.00 a.m. 24.12.1969 27.12.1969 38 29
10
th
19.1.1970 20.2.1970 11.00 a.m. 20.5.1970 23.5.1970 90 $62
11
th
27.5.1970 27.7.1970 11.00 a.m. 4.9.1970 7.9.1970 40 29
12
th
19.9.1970 9.11.1970 11.00 a.m. 18.12.1970 23.12.1970 40 28
* With effect from 27.3.1967, the House started having lunch-break from 1.00 p.m. to 2.00 p.m. and the House
used to sit up to 6.00 p.m.
$ On 28.2.1970, two separate sittings were held.
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FIFTH LOK SABHA
Session Date of Date of Time of Date of Date of Total no. Actual no.
issue of commen- commen- adjourn- proroga- of days of days on
summons cement cement of ment tion of the which the
the sitting sine-die Session House sat
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1
st
15.3.1971 19.3.1971 11.00 a.m. 2.4.1971 7.4.1971 15 +12
2
nd
21.4.1971 24.5.1971 11.00 a.m. 12.8.1971 18.8.1971 81 59
3
rd
7.10.1971 15.11.1971 11.00 a.m. 23.12.1971 25.12.1971 39 $31
4
th
21.1.1972 13.3.1972 11.00 a.m. 1.6.1972 3.6.1972 81 57
5
th
9.6.1972 31.7.1972 11.00 a.m. 4.9.1972 6.9.1972 36 25
6
th
16.9.1972 13.11.1972 11.00 a.m. 22.12.1972 28.12.1972 40 29
7
th
8.1.1973 19.2.1973 12.30 p.m. 16.5.1973 20.5.1973 87 58
8
th
1.6.1973 23.7.1973 11.00 a.m. 5.9.1973 7.9.1973 45 31
9
th
18.9.1973 12.11.1973 11.00 a.m. 22.12.1973 23.12.1973 41 31
10
th
11.1.1974 18.2.1974 12.35 p.m. 10.5.1974 11.5.1974 82 54
11
th
3.6.1974 22.7.1974 11.00 a.m. 9.9.1974 10.9.1974 50 38
12
th
27.9.1974 11.11.1974 11.00 a.m. 20.12.1974 24.12.1974 40 27
13
th
21.1.1975 17.2.1975 11.00 a.m. 9.5.1975 15.5.1975 82 49
14
th
9.7.1975 21.7.1975 11.00 a.m. 7.8.1975 3.9.1975 18 #14
15
th
16.12.1975 5.1.1976 11.00 a.m. 6.2.1976 9.2.1976 33 22
16
th
12.2.1976 8.3.1976 11.00 a.m. 27.5.1976 28.5.1976 81 48
17
th
9.6.1976 10.8.1976 11.00 a.m. 2.9.1976 5.9.1976 24 17
18
th
16.9.1976 25.10.1976 11.00 a.m. 5.11.1976 11.11.1976 12 #11
+ There was no Question Hour on the first seven sittings.
$ W.e.f. 6.12.1971 to 23.12.1971 (due to Pakistani aggression), hours of sittings of Lok Sabha were changed to
10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. and Question Hour and Calling Attention matters were suspended.
# There was no Question Hour
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SIXTH LOK SABHA
Session Date of Date of Time of Date of Date of Total no. Actual no.
issue of commen- commen- adjourn- proroga- of days of days on
summons cement cement of ment tion of the which the
the sitting sine-die Session House sat
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1
st
24.3.1977 25.3.1977 11.00 a.m. 7.4.1977 12.4.1977 14 *11
$2
nd
13.5.1977 **11.6.77 11.00 a.m. 8.8.1977 10.8.1977 59 48
3
rd
17.9.1977 14.11.1977 11.00 a.m. 23.12.1977 25.12.1977 40 27
4
th
27.1.1978 20.2.1978 12.30 p.m. 15.5.1978 18.5.1978 85 58
5
th
29.5.1978 17.7.1978 11.00 a.m. 31.8.1978 2.9.1978 46 32
6
th
17.10.1978 20.11.1978 11.00 a.m. @23.12.1978 26.12.1978 34 25
7
th
17.1.1979 19.2.1979 ^11.00 a.m. 18.5.1979 24.5.1979 89 59
8
th
6.6.1979 9.7.1979 11.00 a.m. #16.7.1979 3.8.1979 8 6
9
th
7.8.1979 20.8.1979 11.00 a.m. +20.8.1979 22.8.1979 1 1
* There was no Question Hour from 25.3.1977 to 4.4.1977 as notice period between issue of Summons and
commencement of Session was not there.
$ Session commenced on a holiday, i.e., Second Saturday.
** The Session was to commence on 23.5.1977 but due to election to certain State Assemblies, summons were
cancelled and new summons were issued.
@ On 23.12.78, the House met at 10.00 a.m
^ From 8.5.79 to 18.5.79, the House met from 10.30 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. without any lunch break
# The Eighth Session was scheduled to adjourn sine die on 24.8.79 but was adjourned earlier due to resignation
of Government headed by Shri Morarji Desai
+ The Ninth Session was scheduled to adjourn sine die on 24.8.79 but was adjourned earlier due to resignation of
Government headed by Shri Charan Singh
N.B.: Joint Sitting : Joint Sitting of the Houses to deliberate on the Banking Service Commission (Repeal) Bill, 1977
was held on 16.5.1978.
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SEVENTH LOK SABHA
Session Date of Date of Time of Date of Date of Total no. Actual no.
issue of commen- commen- adjourn- proroga- of days of days on
summons cement cement of ment tion of the which the
the sitting sine-die Session House sat
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1
st
16.1.1980 21.1.1980 11.00 a.m. 2.2.1980 7.2.1980 13 10
2
nd
23.2.1980 11.3.1980 11.00 a.m. 28.3.1980 28.3.1980 18 14
3
rd
24.5.1980 9.6.1980 11.00 a.m. 12.8.1980 14.8.1980 65 48
4
th
15.10.1980 17.11.1980 11.00 a.m. 23.12.1980 26.12.1980 37 26
5
th
9.1.1981 16.2.1981 12.35 p.m. 9.5.1981# 12.5.1981 83 56
6
th
27.7.1981 17.8.1981 11.00 a.m. 18.9.1981 22.9.1981 33 25
7
th
24.10.1981 23.11.1981 11.00 a.m. 25.12.1981 28.12.1981 33 24
(sitting of 24
th
continued
upto 10 a.m.
on 25.12.81)
8
th
16.1.1982 18.2.1982 12.32 p.m. 30.4.1982 7.5.1982 72 47
9
th
15.6.1982 8.7.1982 11.00 a.m. 16.8.1982 17.8.1982 40 25
10
th
14.9.1982 4.10.1982 11.00 a.m. 5.11.1982 9.11.1982 33 20
11
th
17.1.1983 18.2.1983 12.20 p.m. 10.5.1983 13.5.1983 82 48
12
th
25.6.1983 25.7.1983 11.00 a.m. 26.8.1983 30.8.1983 33 23
13
th
20.10.1983 15.11.1983 11.00 a.m. 22.12.1983 24.12.1983 38 *22
14
th
31.1.1984 23.2.1984 12.35 p.m. 9.5.1984 12.5.1984 77 52
15
th
29.6.1984 23.7.1984 11.00 a.m. 27.8.1984 11.9.1984 36 25
# Sitting of 8
th
May continued upto 2.15 a.m. on 9
th
May, 1981
* No sitting was fixed from 23.11.83 to 30.11.83 on account of meet of Commonwealth Heads of Governments in
New Delhi.
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EIGHTH LOK SABHA
Session Date of Date of Time of Date of Date of Total no. Actual no. No. of No. of
issue of commen- commen- adjourn- proroga- of days of days on days days
summons cement cement of ment tion of the which the on which allotted for
the sitting sine-die Session House sat non-official Govern-
business ment
was business
transacted
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1
st
5.1.1985 15.1.1985 11.00 a.m. 30.1.1985 9.2.1985 16 11 2 11
2
nd
28.2.1985 13.3.1985 11.00 a.m. 20.5.1985 28.5.1985 69 48 9 48
3
rd
28.6.1985 23.7.1985 11.00 a.m. 29.8.1985 30.8.1985 38 26 5 26
4
th
18.10.1985 18.11.1985 11.00 a.m. 20.12.1985 24.12.1985 33 24 5 24
5
th
1.2.1986 20.2.1986 1.00 p.m. 8.5.1986 12.5.1986 78 48 11 48
6
th
27.6.1986 17.7.1986 11.00 a.m. 22.8.1986 30.8.1986 37 24 5 24
7
th
9.10.1986 4.11.1986 11.00 a.m. 9.12.1986 12.12.1986 36 26 5 26
8
th
(P-I) 31.1.1987 23.2.1987 1.15 p.m. 12.5.1987 - 79 50 10 50
(P-II) 9.7.1987 27.7.1987 11.00 a.m. 28.8.1987 3.9.1987 33 24 5 24
9
th
14.10.1987 6.11.1987 11.00 a.m. 15.12.1987 18.12.1987 40 28 6 28
10
th
30.1.1988 22.2.1988 12.55 p.m. 13.5.1988 18.5.1988 82 53 9 53
11
th
29.6.1988 27.7.1988 11.00 a.m. 5.9.1988 29.9.1988 41 25 5 25
12
th
6.10.1988 2.11.1988 11.00 a.m. 16.12.1988 5.1.1989 45 24 4 24
13
th
1.2.1989 21.2.1989 1.00 p.m. 15.5.1989 23.5.1989 84 49 11 49
14
th
(P-I) 27.6.1989 18.7.1989 11.00 a.m. 18.8.1989 - 32 22 4 22
(P-II) 5.10.1989 11.10.1989 11.00 a.m. 13.10.1989 20.10.1989 3 3 - 3
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NINTH LOK SABHA
Session Date of Date of Time of Date of Date of Total no. Actual no. No. of No. of
issue of commen- commen- adjourn- proroga- of days of days on days days
summons cement cement of ment tion of the which the on which allotted for
the sitting sine-die Session House sat non-official Govern-
business ment
was business
transacted
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1
st
8.12.1989 18.12.1989 11.00 a.m. *30.12.89 6.1.1990 13 9 2 9
2
nd
7.2.1990 12.3.1990 12.45 p.m. 31.5.1990 8.6.1990 81 53 11 53
3
rd
(P-I) 22.6.1990 7.8.1990 11.00 a.m. 7.9.1990 32 21 5 21
(P-II) 24.9.1990 1.10.1990 11.00 a.m. 5.10.1990 11.10.1990 5 3 - 3
4
th
25.10.1990 7.11.1990 11.00 a.m. 7.11.1990 11.11.1990 1 1 - 1
5
th
12.11.1990 16.11.1990 11.00 a.m. 16.11.1990 26.11.1990 1 1 - 1
6
th
30.11.1990 27.12.1990 11.00 a.m. 11.1.1991 22.1.1991 16 10 2 10
7
th
31.1.1991 21.2.1991 12.50 p.m. 12.3.1991 Dissolved on
13.3.1991 20 11 1 11
* Sitting of 29
th
December continued upto 4.00 a.m. on 30 December, 1989
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TENTH LOK SABHA
Session Date of Date of Time of Date of Date of Total no. Actual no. No. of No. of
issue of commen- commen- adjourn- proroga- of days of days on days days
summons cement cement of ment tion of the which the on which allotted for
the sitting sine-die Session House sat non-official Govern-
business ment
was business
transacted
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1
st
29.6.1991 9.7.1991 11.00 a.m. 18.9.1991 26.9.1991 72 49 9 49
2
nd
4.11.1991 20.11.1991 11.00 a.m. 20.12.1991 23.12.1991 31 22 5 22
3
rd
24.1.1992 24.2.1992 1.20 p.m. 12.5.1992 25.5.1992 79 49 10 49
4
th
18.6.1992 8.7.1992 11.00 a.m. 20.8.1992 25.8.1992 44 31 3 31
5
th
29.10.1992 24.11.1992 11.00 a.m. 23.12.1992 24.12.1992 30 18 2 18
6
th
3.2.1993 22.2.1993 12.50 p.m. 14.5.1993 18.5.1993 82 45 8 45
7
th
9.7.1993 26.7.1993 11.00 a.m. 28.8.1993 23.9.1993 34 24 5 24
8
th
12.11.1993 2.12.1993 11.00 a.m. 30.12.1993 7.1.1994 29 20 2 20
9
th
3.2.1994 21.2.1994 1.05 p.m. 13.5.1994 23.5.1994 82 38 6 38
10
th
26.5.1994 13.6.1994 11.00 a.m. 14.6.1994 18.6.1994 2 2 - 2
11
th
8.7.1994 25.7.1994 11.00 a.m. 26.8.1994 6.9.1994 33 24 5 24
12
th
18.11.1994 7.12.1994 11.00 a.m. 23.12.1994 27.12.1994 17 13 2 13
13
th
1.2.1995 13.2.1995 12.35 p.m. 3.6.1995 15.6.1995 111 42 7 42
14
th
8.7.1995 31.7.1995 11.00 a.m. 26.8.1995 6.9.1995 27 16 3 16
15
th
14.11.1995 27.11.1995 11.00 a.m. 22.12.1995 2.1.1996 26 20 2 20
16
th
6.2.1996 26.2.1996 12.22 p.m. 12.3.1996 14.3.1996 16 10 1 10
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ELEVENTH LOK SABHA
Session Date of Date of Time of Date of Date of Total no. Actual no. No. of No. of
issue of commen- commen- adjourn- proroga- of days of days on days days
summons cement cement of ment tion of the which the on which allotted for
the sitting sine-die Session House sat non-official Govern-
business ment
was business
transacted
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1
st
(P-I) 18.5.1996 22.5.1996 11.00 a.m. 28.5.1996 22 5 - 5
(P-II) 4.6.1996 10.6.1996 11.00 a.m. 12.6.1996 13.6.1996 3 3
2
nd
25.6.1996 10.7.1996 11.00 a.m. 13.9.1996* 19.9.1996 66 30 6 30
3
rd
2.11.1996 20.11.1996 11.00 a.m. 20.12.1996 24.12.1996 31 22 4 22
4
th
3.2.1997 20.2.1997 12.47 p.m. 16.5.97@ 21.5.1997 86 37 8 37
**5
th
14.6.1997 23.7.1997 11.00 a.m. 1.9.1997$ 2.9.1997 41 23 4 23
6
th
(P-I) 13.10.1997 19.11.1997 11.00 a.m. 24.11.1997 - 14 4 - 4
(P-II) 28.11.1997 2.12.1997 11.00 a.m. 2.12.1997 Dissolved on - 1 - 1
4.12.1997
* Sitting of Lok Sabha held on 25.7.1996 adjourned at 7.17 a.m. on the next day viz., 26.7.1996
@ Sitting of Lok Sabha held on 12.3.1997 adjourned at 5.15 a.m. on the next day viz., 13.3.1997
** Special sitting held from 26.8.1997 to 1.9.1997 – 50
th
Anniversary of India’s Independence
$ Sitting of Lok Sabha held on 30.8.1997 adjourned at 8.24 a.m. on the next day viz 31.8.1997
TWELFTH LOK SABHA
Session Date of Date of Time of Date of Date of Total no. Actual no. No. of No. of
issue of commen- commen- adjourn- proroga- of days of days on days days
summons cement cement of ment tion of the which the on which allotted for
the sitting sine-die Session House sat non-official Govern-
business ment
was business
transacted
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1
st
21.3.1998 23.3.1998 11.00 a.m. 31.3.1998 6.4.1998 9 8 - 8
2
nd
29.4.1998 27.5.1998 11.01 a.m. 6.8.1998* 10.8.1998 72 38 6 38
3
rd
17.10.1998 30.11.1998 11.00 a.m. 23.12.1998 31.12.1998 24 18 3 18
4
th
23.1.1999 22.2.1999 1.05 p.m. $22.4.1999 Dissolved on 60 24 2 24
on 26.4.1999
* Sitting of Lok Sabha held on 8.6.1998 adjourned at 6.04 a.m. on the next day viz., 9.6.1998
$ Sitting of Lok Sabha held on 16.3.1999 adjourned at 12.21 a.m. on the next day viz 17.3.1999 and sitting of Lok
Sabha held on 16.4.1999 adjourned at 5.35 a.m. on the next day viz., 17.4.1999
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THIRTEENTH LOK SABHA
Session Date of Date of Time of Date of Date of Total no. Actual no. No. of No. of
issue of commen- commen- adjourn- proroga- of days of days on days days
summons cement cement of ment tion of the which the on which allotted for
the sitting sine-die Session House sat non-official Govern-
business ment
was business
transacted
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1
st
16.10.1999 20.10.1999 11.00 a.m. 29.10.1999 1.11.1999 10 8 - 8
2
nd
6.11.1999 29.11.1999 11.00 a.m. 23.12.1999 27.12.1999 25 19 3 19
3
rd
2.2.2000 23.2.2000 1.00 p.m. 17.5.2000 23.5.2000 85 38 6 38
4
th
23.6.2000 24.7.2000 11.00 a.m. 25.8.2000 28.8.2000 33 22 5 22
5
th
4.11.2000 20.11.2000 11.00 a.m. 22.12.2000 22.12.2000 33 25 3 25
6
th
31.1.2001 19.2.2001 1.30 p.m. 27.4.2001 3.5.2001 68 31 2 31
7
th
20.6.2001 23.7.2001 11.00 a.m. 31.8.2001 3.9.2001 40 29 5 29
8
th
30.10.2001 19.11.2001 11.00 a.m. 19.12.2001 21.12.2001 31 21 2 21
9
th
24.1.2002 25.2.2002 1.24 p.m. 17.5.2002 22.5.2002 82 40 4 40
10
th
28.6.2002 15.7.2002 11.00 a.m. 12.8.2002 16.8.2002 29 21 3 21
11
th
31.10.2002 18.11.2002 11.00 a.m. 20.12.2002 24.12.2002 33 23 4 23
12
th
30.1.2003 17.2.2003 1.55 p.m. 9.5.2003 10.5.2003 82 37 5 37
13
th
1.7.2003 21.7.2003 11.00 a.m. 22.8.2003 26.8.2003 33 21 4 21
14
th
(P-I) 12.11.2003 2.12.2003 11.00 a.m. 23.12.2003 - 22 16 3 16
(P-II) 20.01.04 29.01.2004 11.00 a.m. 05.02.2004 Dissolved on 8 5 1 5
06.02.2004
NB: Joint sitting of Houses was held on 26.3.2002 to deliberate on POTA Bill.
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FOURTEENTH LOK SABHA
Session Date of Date of Time of Date of Date of Total no. Actual no. No. of No. of
issue of commen- commen- adjourn- proroga- of days of days on days days
summons cement cement of ment tion of the which the on which allotted for
the sitting sine-die Session House sat non-official Govern-
business ment
was business
transacted
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1
st
28.5.2004 2.6.2004 11.00 a.m. 10.6.2004 11.6.2004 9 7 - 7
2
nd
-B 18.6.2004 5.7.2004 11.00 a.m. 26.8.2004 30.8.2004 53 24 - 24
3
rd
17.11.2004 1.12.2004 11.00 a.m. 23.12.2004 24.12.2004 23 17 3 17
4
th
-B 31.1.2005 25.2.2005 12.47 pm 13.5.2005 17.5.2005 78 38 5 38
5
th
8.7.2005 25.7.2005 11.00 a.m. 30.8.2005 1.9.2005 37 24 4 24
6
th
3.11.2005 23.11.2005 11.00 a.m. 23.12.2005 28.12.2005 31 23 3 23
7
th
Part I 28.1.2006 16.2.2006 12.20p.m. 22.3.2006 - 35 25 3 25
Part II-B 4.4.2006 10.5.2006 11.00a.m. 23.5.2006 14 10 2 10
8
th
6.7.2006 24.7.2006 11.00a.m. 25.8.06 30.8.2006 33 22 3 22
9
TH
3.11.2006 22.11.2006 11.00a.m. 19.12.2006 21.12.2006 28 20 3 20
10
th@
-B 7.2.2007 23.2.2007 12.35 p.m. 17.5.2007 21.5.2007 84 32 2 32
11
th
28.7.2007 10.8.2007 11.00a.m. 10.9.2007 11.9.2007 32 17 3 17
12
th
5.11.2007 15..11.2007 11.00a.m. 7.12.2007 12.12.2007 23 17 2 17
13
th
-B 11.2.2008 25.2.2008 12.25p.m. ***5.5.2008 10.5.2008 71 28 2 28
14
th
12.7.2008 21.7.2008 11.00a.m. 22.7.2008 - 2 - 2
Part I 156
Part II 17.10.2008 11.00a.m. 23.12.2008 24.12.2008 16 4 16
15
th
23.1.2009 12.2.2009 12.50 p.m. 26.2.2009 2.3.2009 15 10 1 10
** Budget Session, 2006 was originally scheduled to commence from Thursday, 16
th
February to 28
th
April, 2006 with a recess
from 18
th
March to 2
nd
April, 2006. However due to announcement of the dates of the Elections to some State Assemblies,
the earlier scheduled of the Budget Session had been revised. According to revised scheduled financial business has been
completed during the first part of the session. The Houses were adjourned sine die on 22.3.2006 after completing financial
business.
@ On the suggestion of Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and subsequent recommendation of the Business Advisory Committee
at its sitting held on 13.3.2007, the Lok Sabha agreed to reschedule commencement of the second part of Budget Session
from 26
th
April, , 2007 instead of 18
th
April, 2007 fixed earlier on account of Assembly Elections in UP. Accordingly, sittings
fixed for Wednesday the 18
th
, Thursday the 19
th
, Friday the 20
th
, Monday the 23
rd
, Tuesday the 24
th
and Wednesday the 25
th
April, 2007 were cancelled. The House was adjourned sine on 17.5.2007 instead of 22.5.2007, fixed as per the earlier
schedule. As a result the sittings fixed for Friday the 18
th
, Monday the 21
st
and Tuesday the 22
nd
May, 2007 stood cancelled.
*** Lok Sabha was originally scheduled to adjourn sine-die on Friday, 9
th
May, 2008 but the Lok Sabha was adjourned sine-die
on Monday, 5
th
May, 2008, 4 days earlier than scheduled as the essential Government Business was completed.
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TABLE–4
DATES OF ISSUE OF SUMMONS, COMMENCEMENT, ADJOURNMENT SINE DIE, PROROGATION,
SITTINGS AND DURATION OF VARIOUS SESSIONS OF RAJYA SABHA HELD SINCE 1952
(‘B’ in column 1 stand for Budget Session)
Session Date of Date of Time of Date of Date of Total no. Actual no. No. of No. of
issue of commen- commen- adjourn- proroga- of days of days on days days
summons cement cement of ment tion of the which the on which allotted for
the sitting sine-die Session House sat non-official Govern-
business ment
was business
transacted
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1
st
(Part I) 25.4.52 13.5.52 10.45 am 31.5.52 19 13 - 13
1
st
(Part II)-B 14.7.52 10.45 am 14.8.52 19.8.52 32 25 3 22
2
nd
15.9.52 24.11.52 10.45 am 22.12.52 3.1.53 29 22 3 19
3
rd
(Part-I) 15.1.53 11.2.53 2.00 pm 28.3.53 45 24
3
rd
(Part II)-B 9.4.53 2.00 pm 16.5.53 19.5.53 38 27 3 48
4
th
7.8.53 *24.8.53 8.15 am 23.9.53 25.9.53 30 24 3 21
5
th
6.10.53 23.11.53 1.30 pm 24.12.53 26.12.53 32 25 3 22
6
th
(Part-I) 13.1.53 15.2.54 1.30 pm 18.3.54
6
th
(Part-II) -B 19.4.54 8.15 am 19.5.54 22.5.54 31 25 5 20
7
th
14.6.54 23.8.54 8.15 am 30.9.54 1.10.54 39 29 4 25
8
th
11.10.54 25.11.54 11.00 am 24.12.54 24.12.54 30 24 4 20
9
th
-B 11.1.55 21.2.55 11.00 am 4.5.55 6.5.55 73 50 5 45
10
th
13.6.55 16.8.55 11.00 am 1.10.55 4.10.55 47 35 4 30
11
th
17.10.55 21.11.55 11.00 am 24.12.55 26.12.55 34 26 4 22
12
th
-B 31.12.55 15.2.56 11.00am 16.3.56 17.3.56 31 23 2 21
13
th
-B 23.3.56 23.4.56 11.00 am 31.5.56 2.6.56 39 29 3 26
14
th
9.6.56 30.7.56 11.00 am 13.9.56 15.9.56 46 34 4 30
15
TH
25.9.56 19.11.56 11.00 am 22.12.56 23.12.56 34 27 4 23
16
TH
19.2.57 18.3.57 11.00 am 28.3.57 30.3.57 11 9 1 8
17
TH
25.4.57 13.5.57 11.00 am 1.6.57 1.6.57 20 17 2 15
18
TH
-B 20.6.57 12.8.57 11.00 am 14.9.57 14.9.57 34 23 2 21
19
th
18.9.57 18.11.57 11.00 am 24.12.57 24.12.57 37 28 4 24
20
th
-B 30.12.57 10.2.58 11.00 am 14.3.58 15.3.58 33 23 4 19
21
st
21.3.58 22.4.58 11.00 am 10.5.58 12.5.58 19 16 2 14
22
nd
21.5.58 18.8.58 11.00 am 27.9.58 1.10.58 41 30 4 26
23
rd
15.10.58 24.11.58 11.00 am 24.12.58 25.12.58 31 22 4 18
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Session Date of Date of Time of Date of Date of Total no. Actual no. No. of No. of
issue of commen- commen- adjourn- proroga- of days of days on days days
summons cement cement of ment tion of the which the on which allotted for
the sitting sine-die Session House sat non-official Govern-
business ment
was business
transacted
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
24
th
-B 6.1.59 9.2.59 11.00 am 13.3.59 14.3.59 33 26 4 22
25
th
-B 28.3.59 20.4.59 11.00 am 8.5.59 9.5.59 19 15 2 13
26
th
20.5.59 10.8.59 11.00 am 11.9.59 12.9.59 33 24 4 20
27
th
21.9.59 23.11.59 11.00 am 22.12.59 23.12.59 30 22 4 18
28
th
-B 1.1.60 8.2.60 11.00 am 11.3.60 12.3.60 33 25 3 22
29
th
-B 17.3.60 6.4.60 11.00 am 29.4.60 1.5.60 24 17 3 14
30
th
9.5.60 8.8.60 11.00 am 9.9.60 10.9.60 33 24 4 20
31
st
21.9.60 28.11.60 11.00 am 23.12.60 24.12.60 26 20 3 17
32
nd
-B 27.12.60 14.2.61 11.00 am 18.3.61 23.3.61 33 24 3 21
33
rd
-B 23.3.61 27.3.61 11.00 am 30.3.61 31.3.61 4 4 - 4
34
th
-B 3.4.61 19.4.61 11.00 am 5.5.61 10.5.61 17 13 2 11
35
th
9.6.61 14.8.61 11.00 am 8.9.61 9.9.61 26 19 3 16
36
th
11.9.61 27.11.61 11.00 am 15.12.61 16.12.61 19 15 4 11
37
th
17.2.62 12.3.62 11.00 am 30.3.62 31.3.62 19 13 2 11
38
th
-B 4.4.62 17.4.62 11.00 am 11.5.62 12.5.62 25 18 3 15
39
th
-B 17.5.62 14.6.62 11.00 am 26.6.62 28.6.62 13 11 2 9
40
th
3.7.62 6.8.62 11.00 am 7.9.62 9.9.62 33 23 4 19
41
st
29.10.62 **8.11.62 11.00 am 12.12.62 35 26 4 22
21.1.63 25.1.63 29.1.63 5 5 - 5
42
nd
-B 31.1.63 18.2.63 11.00 am 20.3.63 21.3.63 31 22 3 19
43
rd
-B 25.3.63 22.4.63 11.00 am 11.5.63 17.5.63 20 17 2 15
44
th
27.5.63 13.8.63 11.00 am 21.9.63 23.9.63 40 29 5 24
45
th
1.10.63 18.11.63 11.00 am 23.12.63 24.12.63 36 27 5 22
46
th
-B 30.12.63 10.2.64 11.00 am 17.3.64 18.3.64 37 27 4 23
47
th
-B 21.3.64 21.4.64 11.00 am 8.5.64 9.5.64 18 14 2 12
48
th
11.5.64 27.5.64 11.00 am 6.6.64 9.6.64 11 7 2 5
49
th
18.7.64 7.9.64 11.00 am 3.10.64 5.10.64 27 20 4 16
50
th
8.10.64 16.11.64 11.00 am 24.12.64 25.12.64 39 28 5 23
51
st
-B 5.1.65 17.2.65 11.00 am 31.3.65 2.4.65 43 29 5 24
52
nd
-B 5.4.65 3.5.65 11.00 am 15.5.65 15.5.65 13 10 2 8
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Session Date of Date of Time of Date of Date of Total no. Actual no. No. of No. of
issue of commen- commen- adjourn- proroga- of days of days on days days
summons cement cement of ment tion of the which the on which allotted for
the sitting sine-die Session House sat non-official Govern-
business ment
was business
transacted
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
53
rd
2.6.65 16.8.65 11.00 am 24.9.65 25.9.65 40 29 5 24
54
th
29.9.65 3.11.65 11.00 am 10.12.65 13.12.65 38 28 6 22
55
th
-B 22.12.65 14.2.66 11.00 am 7.4.66 12.4.66 53 36 6 30
56
th
-B 15.4.66 3.5.66 11.00 am 19.5.66 20.5.66 17 13 2 11
57
th
23.5.66 25.7.66 11.00 am 10.9.66 12.9.66 48 35 6 29
58
th
15.9.66 7.11.66 11.00 am 10.12.66 13.12.66 34 25 4 21
59
th
6.3.67 ***18.3.67 11.00 am 11.4.67 12.4.67 25 17 1 16
60
th
-B 17.4.67 22.5.67 11.00 am 23.6.67 24.6.67 34 26 3 23
61
st
-B 3.7.67 24.7.67 11.00 am 18.8.67 24.8.67 26 20 4 16
62
nd
7.9.67 20.11.67 11.00 am 27.12.67 30.12.67 39 28 5 23
63
rd
-B 8.1.68 12.2.68 11.00 am 28.3.68 29.3.68 46 33 5 28
64
th
-B 5.4.68 29.4.68 11.00 am 13.5.68 15.5.68 15 12 2 10
65
th
20.5.68 22.7.68 11.00 am 31.8.68 4.9.68 41 28 5 23
66
th
19.9.68 18.11.68 11.00 am 28.12.68 30.12.68 41 30 5 25
67
th
-B 6.1.69 17.2.69 11.00 am 31.3.69 2.4.69 43 30 6 24
68
th
-B 5.4.69 28.4.69 11.00 am 19.5.69 21.5.69 22 17 2 15
69
th
29.5.69 21.7.69 11.00 am 29.8.69 30.8.69 40 28 5 23
70
th
20.9.69 17.11.69 11.oo am 24.12.69 26.12.69 38 27 5 22
71
st
-B 6.1.70 20.2.70 11.00 am 4.4.70 7.4.70 44 29 4 25
72
nd
-B 9.4.70 27.4.70 11.00 am 23.5.70 27.5.70 27 20 3 17
73
rd
1.6.70 27.7.70 11.00 am 7.9.70 9.9.70 43 30 5 25
74
th
14.9.70 9.11.70 11.00 am 18.12.70 23.12.70 40 28 4 24
75
th
16.3.71 23.3.71 11.00 am 7.4.71 14.4.71 16 13 2 11
76
th
-B 19.4.71 24.5.71 11.00 am 25.6.71 29.6.71 33 25 4 21
77
th
-B 2.7.71 19.7.71 11.00 am 14.8.71 19.8.71 27 20 2 18
78
th
1.10.71 15.11.71 11.00 am 24.12.71 26.12.71 40 31 5 26
79
th
-B 20.1.72 13.3.72 11.00 am 14.4.72 15.4.72 33 23 4 19
80
th
-B 18.4.72 8.5.72 11.00 am 3.6.72 5.6.72 27 21 3 18
81
st
14.6.72 31.7.72 11.00 am 4.9.72 6.9.72 36 25 5 20
82
nd
16.9.72 13.11.72 11.00 am 23.12.72 28.12.72 41 30 6 24
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Session Date of Date of Time of Date of Date of Total no. Actual no. No. of No. of
issue of commen- commen- adjourn- proroga- of days of days on days days
summons cement cement of ment tion of the which the on which allotted for
the sitting sine-die Session House sat non-official Govern-
business ment
was business
transacted
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
83
rd
-B 8.1.73 19.2.73 11.00 am 31.3.73 2.4.73 41 30 5 25
84
th
-B 6.4.73 30.4.73 11.00 am 19.5.73 25.5.73 20 14 2 12
85
th
1.6.73 23.7.73 11.00 am 4.9.73 7.9.73 44 29 6 23
86
th
18.9.73 12.11.73 11.00 am 24.12.73 25.12.73 43 32 6 26
87
th
-B 11.1.74 18.2.74 11.00 am 26.3.74 27.3.04 37 25 4 21
88
th
-B 30.3.74 22.4.74 11.00 am 14.5.74 17.5.74 23 16 3 13
89
th
3.6.74 22.7.74 11.00 am 11.8.74 12.9.74 52 40 6 34
90
th
27.9.74 11.11.74 11.00 am 21.12.74 24.12.74 41 28 5 23
91
st
-B 20.1.75 17.2.75 11.00 am 26.3.75 31.3.75 38 28 5 23
92
nd
-B 4.4.75 ****25.4.75 11.00 am 14.5.75 16.5.75 20 14 2 12
93
rd
11.7.75 21.7.75 11.00 am 9.8.75 3.9.75 20 16 - 16
94
th
16.12.75 5.1.76 11.00 am 6.2.76 9.2.76 33 23 4 19
95
th
-B 12.2.76 8.3.76 11.00 am 3.4.76 5.4.76 27 20 4 16
96
th
-B 8.4.76 10.5.76 11.00 am 28.5.76 29.5.76 19 14 3 11
97
th
5.6.76 10.8.76 11.00 am 3.9.76 5.9.76 25 18 3 15
98
th
20.9.76 3.11.76 11.00 am 15.11.76 17.11.76 13. 9 - 9
99
th
22.2.77 28.2.77 11.00 am 2.3.77 2.3.77 2 2 - 2
100
th
25.3.77 28.3.77 11.00 am 11.4.77 12.4.77 15. 10 1 9
101
st
-B 25.4.77 #11.6.77 11.00 am 28.6.77 29.6.77 18 13 3 10
102
nd
-B 4.7.77 18.7.77 11.00 am 9.8.77 11.8.77 23 17 3 14
103
rd
17.9.77 14.11.77 11.00 am 24.12.77 28.12.77 41 28 3 25
104
th
-B 27.1.78 20.2.78 11.00 am 23.3.78 28.3.78 32 23 4 19
105
th
-B 31.3.78 24.4.78 11.00 am 18.5.78 19.5.78 25 17 3 14
106
th
31.5.78 17.7.78 11.00 am 31.8.78 5.9.78 46 32 4 28
107
th
17.10.78 20.11.78 11.00 am 26.12.78 26.12.78 37 25 5 20
108
th
-B 12.1.79 19.2.79 11.00 am 28.3.79 29.3.79 38 27 5 22
109
th
-B 9.4.79 24.4.79 11.00 am 23.5.79 25.5.79 30 20 3 17
110
th
4.6.79 9.7.79 11.00 am 16.7.79 3.8.79 8 6 1 5
111
th
7.8.79 20.8.79 11.00 am 20.8.79 24.8.79 1 1 - 1
112
nd
16.1.80 23.1.80 12.15 pm 5.2.80 6.2.80 14 10 1 10
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Session Date of Date of Time of Date of Date of Total no. Actual no. No. of No. of
issue of commen- commen- adjourn- proroga- of days of days on days days
summons cement cement of ment tion of the which the on which allotted for
the sitting sine-die Session House sat non-official Govern-
business ment
was business
transacted
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
113
rd
25.2.80 11.3.80 11.00 am 31.3.80 31.3.80 21 14 3 11
114
th
-B 24.5.80 9.6.80 11.00 am 9.7.80 10.7.80 31 23 3 20
115
th
-B 11.7.80 23.7.80 11.00 am 18.8.80 19.8.80 27 16 3 13
116
th
15.10.80 17.11.80 11.00 am 24.12.80 27.12.80 38 27 5 22
117
th
-B 9.1.81 16.2.81 12.35 pm 26.3.81 31.3.81 39 26 4 22
118
th
-B 4.4.81 20.4.81 11.00 am 8.5.81 12.5.81 19. 14 2 12
119
th
27.7.81 17.8.81 11.00 am 18.9.81 22.9.81 33 25 5 20
120
th
24.10.81 23.11.81 11.00 am 24.12.81 28.12.81 32 24 4 20
121
st
-B 16.1.82 18.2.82 12.35 pm 31.3.82 1.4.82 42 29 6 23
122
nd
-B 7.4.82 26.4.82 11.00 am 6.5.82 12.5.82 11 9 1 8
123
rd
15.6.82 8.7.82 11.00 am 13.8.82 17.8.82 37 24 6 18
124
th
24.9.82 4.10.82 11.00 am 5.11.82 9.11.82 33 20 4 16
125
th
-B 17.1.83 18.2.83 12.20 pm 25.3.83 1.4.83 36 21 4 17
126
th
-B 4.4.83 26.4.83 11.00 am 10.5.83 13.5.83 15 11 2 9
127
th
25.6.83 25.7.83 11.00 am 26.8.83 30.8.83 33 23 5 18
128
th
20.10.83 15.11.83 11.00 am 22.12.83 24.12.83 38 22 5 17
129
th
-B 31.1.84 23.2.84 12.38 pm 23.3.84 31.3.84 30 22 4 18
130
th
-B 4.4.84 23.4.84 11.00 am 10.5.84 17.5.84 18 14 2 12
131
st
29.6.84 23.7.84 11.00 am 29.8.84 11.9.84 30 27 5 22
132
nd
5.1.85 17.1.85 12.30 pm 31.1.85 9.2.85 15 9 2 8
133
rd
-B 28.2.85 13.3.85 11.00 am 29.3.85 2.4.85 17 14 3 11
134
th
-B 10.4.85 29.4.85 11.00 am 21.5.85 26.5.85 23 16 3 13
135
th
28.6.85 23.7.85 11.00 am 29.8.85 30.8.85 38 26 5 21
136
th
17.10.85 18.11.85 11.00 am 20.12.85 24.12.85 33 24 5 23
137
th
-B 1.2.86 20.2.86 1.00 pm 20.3.86 23.3.86 29 20 4 16
138
th
-B 31.3.86 21.4.86 11.00 am 14.5.86 17.5.86 24 15 2 13
139
th
27.6.86 17.7.86 11.00 am 22.8.86 30.8.86 37 24 4 20
140
th
9.10.86 4.11.86 11.00 am 10.12.86 12.12.86 37 27 5 22
141
st
-B 30.1.87 23.2.87 1.15 pm 20.3.87 24.3.87 26 19 4 15
142
nd
-B 27.3.87 13.4.87 11.00 am 12.5.87 19.5.87 30 19 4 15
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Session Date of Date of Time of Date of Date of Total no. Actual no. No. of No. of
issue of commen- commen- adjourn- proroga- of days of days on days days
summons cement cement of ment tion of the which the on which allotted for
the sitting sine-die Session House sat non-official Govern-
business ment
was business
transacted
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
143
rd
7.7.87 27.7.87 11.00 am 31.8.87 3.9.87 36 25 5 20
144
th
13.10.87 6.11.87 11.00 am 16.12.87 18.12.87 41 29 6 23
145
th
-B 29.1.88 22.2.88 12.55 pm 30.3.88 6.4.88 38 26 4 15
146
th
-B 9.4.88 25.4.88 11.00 am 13.5.88 18.5.88 19 15 3 12
147
th
28.6.88 27.7.88 11.00 am 6.9.88 29.9.88 42 26 5 21
148
th
6.10.88 2.11.88 11.00 am 20.12.88 5.1.89 49 22 4 18
149
th
-B 1.2.89 21.2.89 1.00 pm 4.4.89 5.4.89 43 25 5 20
150
th
-B 6.4.89 24.4.89 11.00 am 12.5.89 23.5.89 19 14 2 12
151
st
(Part –I) 27.6.89 18.7.89 11.00 am 18.8.89 32 22 4 22
(Part-II) 5.10.89 11.10.89 11.00 am 14.10.89 20.10.89 4 3 - 3
(0.31 am)
152
nd
7.12.89 20.12.89 12.15 pm 30.12.89 6.1.90 11 7 2 5
153rd (P-I) 7.2.90 12.3.90 12.45 pm 30.3.90 - 19 15 3 12
(P-II)-B 4.4.90 9.4.90 11.00 am 10.4.90 12.4.90 2 2 - 2
154
th
-B 17.4.90 30.4.90 11.00 am 1.6.90 8.6.90 33 23 4 19
155
th
(Part –I) 22.6.90 7.8.90 11.00 am 7.9.90 32 21 5 16
(Part II) 24.9.90 1.10.90 11.00 am 5.10.90 11.10.90 5 3 - 3
156
th
30.11.90 27.12.90 11.00 am 11.1.91 22.1.91 16 10 2 8
157
th
31.1.91 21.2.91 12.51 pm 13.3.91 14.3.91 21 12 1 12
158
th
25.5.91 3.6.91 11.00 am 5.6.91 8.6.91 3 2 - 2
(1.15 am)
159
th
-B 29.6.91 11.7.91 12.58 pm 7.8.91 14.8.91 28 19 4 15
160
th
-B 14.8.91 26.8.91 11.00 am 18.9.91 26.9.91 24 18 3 15
161
st
4.11.91 20.11.91 11.00 am 21.12.91 23.12.91 32 23 5 18
162
nd
-B 24.1.92 24.2.92 1.21 pm 3.4.92 7.4.92 40 28 4 24
163
rd
-B 9.4.92 27.4.92 11.00 am 14.5.92 25.5.92 18 13 2 11
164
th
18.6.92 8.7.92 11.00 am 20.8.92 25.8.92 44 31 4 27
165
th
29.10.92 24.11.92 11.00 am 23.12.92 24.12.92 30 18 3 16
166
th
-B 2.2.93 22.2.93 12.51 pm 31.3.93 1.4.93 38 25 5 21
167
th
-B 8.4.93 26.4.93 11.00 am 14.5.93 18.5.93 19 14 2 12
168
th
9.7.93 26.7.93 11.00 am 27.8.93 23.9.93 33 22 5 17
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Session Date of Date of Time of Date of Date of Total no. Actual no. No. of No. of
issue of commen- commen- adjourn- proroga- of days of days on days days
summons cement cement of ment tion of the which the on which allotted for
the sitting sine-die Session House sat non-official Govern-
business ment
was business
transacted
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
169
th
12.11.93 2.12.93 11.00 am 30.12.93 7.1.94 29 18 2 16
170
th
-B 3.2.94 21.2.94 1.02 pm 15.6.94 18.6.94 115 38 8 30
171
st
8.7.94 25.7.94 11.00 am 26.8.94 6.9.94 33 24 5 19
172
nd
18.11.94 7.12.94 11.00 am 23.12.94 27.12.94 17 13 1 12
173
rd
-B 1.2.95 13.2.95 12.38 pm 2.6.95 15.6.95 110 41 7 34
174
th
7.7.95 31.7.95 11.00 am 26.8.95 6.9.95 27 16 3 13
175
th
14.11.95 27.11.95 11.00 am 22.12.95 29.12.95 26 20 1 19
176
th
6.2.96 26.2.96 12.20 pm 12.3.96 14.3.96 16 10 - 10
177
th
20.5.96 24.5.96 12.31 pm 30.5.96 13.6.96 7 2 - 2
178
th
-B 24.6.96 10.7.96 11.00 am 13.9.96 19.9.96 66 30 7 23
179
th
2.11.96 20.11.96 11.00 am 20.12.96 24.12.96 31 22 3 19
180
th
-B 3.2.97 20.2.97 12.52 pm 16.5.97 21.5.97 86 36 6 30
@181
st
16.6.97 23.7.97 11.00 am 1.9.97 2.9.97 41 23 2 21
182
nd
13.10.97 19.11.97 11.00 am 1.12.97 9.12.97 13 9 - 9
183
rd
21.3.98 25.3.98 12.16 pm 2.4.98 6.4.98 9 6 - 6
184
th
-B 29.4.98 27.5.98 11.00 am 4.8.98 10.8.98 70 35 6 29
185
th
20.10.98 30.11.98 11.00 am 23.12.98 31.12.98 24 18 3 15
186
th
-B 25.1.99 22.2.99 1.07 pm 23.4.99 29.4.99 61 23 3 20
187
th
15.10.1999 21.10.1999 11.00 a.m. 29.10.1999 1.11.1999 9 6 - 6
188
th
8.11.1999 29.11.1999 11.00 a.m. 23.12.1999 27.12.1999 25 19 2 17
189
th
-B 1.2.2000 23.2.2000 12.57 p.m. 17.5.2000 23.5.2000 85 38 4 34
190
th
22.6.2000 24.7.2000 11.00 a.m. 25.8.2000 28.8.2000 33 22 4 18
191
st
3.11.2000 20.11.2000 11.00 a.m. 22.12.2000 22.12.2000 33 25 4 21
192
nd
-B 30.1.2001 19.2.2001 1.26 p.m. 27.4.2001 3.5.2001 68 31 2 29
193
rd
20.6.2001 23.7.2001 11.00 a.m. 31.8.2001 3.9.2001 40 29 5 24
194
th
29.10.2001 19.11.2001 11.00 a.m. 19.12.2001 21.12.2001 31 21 2 19
195
th
-B 23.1.2002 25.2.2002 1.20 p.m. 17.5.2002 22.5.2002 82 38 3 35
196
th
27.6.2002 15.7.2002 11.00 a.m. 12.8.2002 14.8.2002 29 21 2 19
197
th
31.10.2002 18.11.2002 11.00 a.m. 20.12.2002 24.12.2002 33 23 3 20
198
th
-B 30.1.2003 17.2.2003 2.00 p.m. 9.5.2003 10.5.2003 82 37 5 32
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Session Date of Date of Time of Date of Date of Total no. Actual no. No. of No. of
issue of commen- commen- adjourn- proroga- of days of days on days days
summons cement cement of ment tion of the which the on which allotted for
the sitting sine-die Session House sat non-official Govern-
business ment
was business
transacted
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
199
th
30.6.2003 21.7.2003 11.00 a.m. 22.8.2003 26.8.2003 33 21 2 19
200
th
(Part I) 11.11.2003 2.12.2003 11.00 a.m. 23.12.2003 - 22 16 2 14
(Part II) 21.01.2004 30.01.2004 2.00 pm 05.02.2004 10.2.2004 7 4 1 3
201
st
27.05.2004 04.06.2004 11.00 a.m. 10.06.2004 11.06.2004 7 5 - 5
202
nd
-B 18.06.2004 05.07.2004 11.00 a.m. 26.08.2004 30.08.2004 53 24 2 20
203
rd
16.11.2004 01.12.2004 11.00 a.m 23.12.2004 24.12.2004 23 17 3 13
204
th
-B 31.1.2005 25.02.2005 12.45 pm 13.5.2005 17.05.2005 78 38 5 33
205
th
8.7.2005 25.7.2005 11.00a.m. 30.8.2005 1.9.2005 37 24 5 19
206
th
3.11.2005 23.11.2005 11.00a.m. 23.12.2005 28.12.2005 31 23 2 21
207
th
-B
Part I 28.1.2006 16.2.2006 12.20p.m. 22.3.2006 $ - 35 25 4 21
Part II 5.4.2006 10.5.2006 11.00a.m. 23.5.2006 25.5.2006 14 10 2 8
208
th
6.7.2006 24.7.2006 11.00a.m. 25.8.2006 30.8.2006 33 22 4 18
209
th
3.11.2006 22.11.2006 11.00a.m. 19.12.2006 21.12.2006 28 20 3 17
210
th
7.2.2007 23.2.2007 12.35p.m. 17.5.2007 21.5.2007 84 31 4 27
211
th
27.7.2007 10.8.2007 11.00a.m. 10.9.2007 11.9.2007 32 17 3 14
212
th
5.11.2007 15.11.2007 11.00a.m. 7.12.2007 12.12.2007 23 17 2 15
213
th
-B 11.2.2008 25.2.2008 12.25p.m. 6.5.2008
$$$
10.5.2007 72 30 2 28
214
th
9.9.2008 17.10.2008 11.00a.m. 23.12.2008 24.12.2008 68 16 1 15
215
th
22.1.2009 12.2.2009 12.50p.m. 26.2.2009 2.3.2009 15 10 1 9
* On 4
th
June, 1953, Members were informed that session would begin on 17.8.53, however, subsequently, revised dated
i.e. 24.8.53, was communicated to Members.
** The session was earlier summoned to meet on 21.11.62
*** The House was originally to sit from 15.3.67.
**** The House was to commence on 28.4.75
# The session was to commence on 23.5.77
@ Special sittings in commemoration of 50 years of India’s independence were held from 26.8.97 to 1.09.97. During this
period, no Question Hour, Zero Hour or Government Business was taken up.
$ Budget Session, 2006 was originally scheduled to commence from Thursday, 16
th
February to 28
th
April, 2006 with a recess
from 18
th
March to 2
nd
April, 2006. However due to announcement of the dates of the Elections to some State Assemblies,
the earlier scheduled of the Budget Session had been revised. According to revised scheduled financial business has been
completed during the first part of the session. The Houses were adjourned sine die on 22.3.2006 after completing financial
business.
$$ The budget Session was originally scheduled to conclude on 22.05.2007 but both House were adjourned sine-die on 17
th
May, 2007, five days earlier than scheduled.
$$$ Rajya Sabha was originally scheduled to adjourn sine-die on Friday the 9
th
May, 2008 but the Rajya sabha adjourned sine-
die on Tuesday 6
th
May, 2008, 3 days earlier than scheduled as the essential Government Business was completed.
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TABLE 5
STATEMENT SHOWING THE INTERVAL OF LESS THAN 15 DAYS BETWEEN THE ISSUE OF SUMMONS TO
MEMBERS OF LOK SABHA AND DATES OF COMMENCEMENT OF SESSIONS SINCE 1962
Name of Prime Minister Session Date on which summons Date of Interval
were issued commencement
of the Session
Fourteenth Lok Sabha
Dr. Manmohan Singh *First May 28, 2004 June 2, 2004 04 days*
Dr. Manmohan Singh Third Nov. 17, 2004 December 1, 2004 13 days
Dr. Manmohan Singh Eleventh July 28, 2007 August 10, 2007 12 days
Dr. Manmohan Singh Twelfth November 5, 2007 November 15, 2007 9 days
Dr. Manmohan Singh Fourteenth July 12, 2008 July 21, 2008 8 Days
Part - I
Thirteenth Lok Sabha
Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee *First October 16, 1999 October 20, 1999 03 days*
Twelfth Lok Sabha
Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee *First March 21, 1998 March 23, 1998 01 day*
Eleventh Lok Sabha
Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee *First (Part-I) May 18, 1996 May 22, 1996 03 days*
Shri H.D. Deve Gowda (Part-II) June 4, 1996 (Reconvened) June 10, 1996 05 days
Second June 25, 1996 July 10, 1996 14 days
Shri I.K. Gujaral Sixth (Part-II) November 28, 1997 December 2, 1997 03 days
Tenth Lok Sabha
Shri P.V. Narasimha Rao *First June 29, 1991 July 9, 1991 09 days*
Shri P.V. Narasimha Rao Thirteenth February 1, 1995 February 13, 1995 11 days
Shri P.V. Narasimha Rao Fifteenth November 14, 1995 November 27, 1995 12 days
Ninth Lok Sabha
Shri V.P. Singh *First December 7, 1989 December 18, 1989 10 days*
Shri V.P. Singh Third (P-II) September 24, 1990 October 1, 1990 06 days
(Reconvened)
Shri V.P. Singh Fourth October 25, 1990 November 7, 1990 12 days
Shri Chandra Shekhar Fifth November 10, 1990 November 16, 1990 05 days
Eighth Lok Sabha
Shri Rajiv Gandhi *First January 5, 1985 January 15, 1985 09 days*
Shri Rajiv Gandhi Second February 28, 1985 March 13, 1985 12 days
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Name of Prime Minister Session Date on which summons Date of Interval
were issued commencement
of the Session
Seventh Lok Sabha
Smt. Indira Gandhi *First January 16, 1980 January 21, 1980 04 days*
Sixth Lok Sabha
Shri Morarji Desai *First March 24, 1977 March 25, 1977 -
Shri Charan Singh Ninth August 7, 1979 August 20, 1979 12 days
Fifth Lok Sabha
Smt. Indira Gandhi *First March 15, 1971 March 19, 1971 03 days
Shri Rajiv Gandhi Fourteenth July 9, 1975 July 21, 1975 11 days
Fourth Lok Sabha
Smt. Indira Gandhi *First March 4, 1967 March 16, 1967 11 days*
Third Lok Sabha
Shri Jawaharlal Nehru *First April 3, 1962 April 16, 1962 12 days*
* First Session of new Lok Sabha
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TABLE 6
STATEMENT SHOWING THE INTERVAL OF LESS THAN 15 DAYS BETWEEN THE ISSUE OF SUMMONS TO
MEMBERS OF RAJYA SABHA AND DATES OF COMMENCEMENT OF SESSION SINCE 1989.
Name of Prime Minister Session Date on which Date of commencement Interval
summons were issued of the Session
Dr. Manmohan Singh 213
th
February 11, 2008 February 25, 2008 13 days
Dr. Manmohan Singh 212
th
November 5, 2007 November 15, 2007 09 days
Dr. Manmohan Singh 211
th
July 27, 2007 August 10, 2007 13 days
Dr. Manmohan Singh 203
rd
November 16, 2004 December 1, 2004 14 days
Dr. Manmohan Singh *201
st
May 27, 2004 June 4, 2004 07 days
Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee *187
th
October 15, 1999 October 21, 1999 05 days
Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee *183
rd
March 21, 1998 March 25, 1998 03 day
Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee *177
th
May 20, 1996 May 24, 1996 03 days
Shri P.V. Narasimha Rao 175
th
November 14, 1995 November 27, 1995 12 days
Shri P.V. Narasimha Rao 173
rd
February 1, 1995 February 13, 1995 11 days
Shri P.V. Narasimha Rao 160
th
August 14, 1991 August 26, 1991 11 days
Shri Chandra Shekhar 158
th
May 25, 1991 June 3, 1991 08 days
(9
th
Lok Sabha was
dissolved on 13.3.91 and
10
th
Lok Sabha was
constituted on 20.6.91)
Shri V.P. Singh 155
th
(P-II) September 24, 1990 October 1, 1990 06 days
(Reconvened)
Shri V.P. Singh 154 April 17, 1990 April 30, 1990 12 days
Shri V.P. Singh *152 December 7, 1989 December 20, 1989 12 days
* The session corresponds to First Session of the respective Lok Sabha
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TABLE – 7
STATEMENT SHOWING THE NAMES AND DATES OF APPOINTMENT ETC. OF THE SPEAKER PRO TEM
Year Name of the persons Date of Date of Date of election
appointed under article appointment administration of of the Speaker
95(1) to perform the duties oath and by whom under article 93
of the office of the Speaker
1952 Shri G.V. Mavalankar April 17 April 17 by the -
President
1952 Shri B. Das May 15 May 13 by Shri M. May 15
Ananthasayanam
Ayyanagar
1956 Sardar Hukum Singh March 7 *May 13, 1952 by March 8
Shri M.
Ananthasayanam
Ayyangar
1957 Seth Govind Das President’s Order dated May 10 by the May 11
May 4 was published on President
May 7
1962 Seth Govind Das President’s Order dated April 16 by the April 17
April 6 was published on President
April 7
1967 Seth Govind Das President’s Order dated March 16 by the March 17
March 8 was published President
on March 13
1971 Seth Govind Das President’s Order dated March 19 by the March 22, 1971
March 17 was published President
on the same day
1977 Shri D.N. Tiwary President’s Order dated March 25 by the March 26
March 24 was published President
on the same day
1980 Shri Jagjivan Ram January 15 January 20 by the January 22
President
1985 Shri Jagjivan Ram January 5 January 14 by the January 16
President
1989 Prof. N.G. Ranga December 12 December 18 by the December 19
President
1991 Shri Indrajit Gupta July 5 July 9 at 10.00 a.m. July 10
by the President
1996 Shri Indrajit Gupta May 18 May 22 at 9.00 a.m. May 23
by the President
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Year Name of the persons Date of Date of Date of election
appointed under article appointment administration of of the Speaker
95(1) to perform the duties oath and by whom under article 93
of the office of the Speaker
1998 Shri Indrajit Gupta March 20 March 23 at 9.00 a.m. March 24
by the President
1999 Shri Indrajit Gupta October 15 Ocotber 20 at 9.30 October 22
a.m. by the President
2004 *Shri Somnath Chatterjee May 29 June 2 at 9.00 a.m. -
by the President
2004 *Shri Balasaheb Vikhe Patil May 29 June 2, after the June 4
House assembled at
11.00 a.m., by
Speaker pro tem
(Shri Somnath
Chatterjee)
NB: 1. In 1952, the President by his Order dated May 11, 1952 (published on May 12, 1952) appointed Dr. S.
Radhakrishnan and Shri S. V. Krishna Murthy Rao to be persons before either of whom Members of the
Council of States may make and subscribe the oath or affirmation. The Order was superseded in 1956 by
the President by his Order dated April 21, 1956 (published on the same date), by which the following
persons were appointed to be the persons before any one of whom Members of the Council of States may
make and subscribe the oath or affirmation under article 99 of the Constitution: (i) the Chairman, (ii)
Deputy Chairman, (iii) the persons competent to preside over the Council of States under clause (2) of
article 91 of the Constitution of India.
2. As the Vice-President was acting as President, and the office of the Deputy Chairman too fell vacant due
to the election of the then Deputy Chairman to the Lok Sabha, the Vice-President acting as President,
appointed on 24
th
March, 1977, Shri Banarsi Das, as the Chairman pro-tem till the election of the Deputy
Chairman.
* As it was proposed to nominate Shri Somnath Chatterjee for the Office of the Speaker for which election was
scheduled to be held on 4 June, 2004, Shri Chatterjee was appointed Speaker pro tem from the commencement
of the sitting of the House of the People i.e. on the 2
nd
of June, 2004 and untill the commencement of the sitting
of the House of People on the 4
th
June, 2004 and Shri Balasaheb Vikhe Patil was appointed Speaker pro tem
from the commencement of the sitting of the House of the People on the 4
th
June, 2004 till the election of the
Speaker by the House.
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TABLE – 8
STATEMENT SHOWING THE DATES OF ELECTION, NAMES OF SPEAKER AND
DEPUTY SPEAKER OF LOK SABHA
Date of Speaker Date of Deputy Speaker
Election Election
15.5.1952 Shri G.V. Mavalankar 30.5.1952 Shri M. Ananthasayanam Ayyangar
8.3.1956 Shri M. Ananthasayanam Ayyangar 20.3.1956 Sardar Hukam Singh
11.5.1957 Shri M. Ananthasayanam Ayyangar 17.5.1957 Sardar Hukam Singh
17.4.1962 Sardar Hukam Singh 23.4.1962 Shri S.V. Krishnamoorthy Rao
17.3.1967 Shri N. Sanjiva Reddy 28.3.1967 Shri R.K. Khadilkar
8.8.1969 Shri G.S. Dhillon 9.12.1969 Shri G.G. Swell
22.3.1971 Shri G.S. Dhillon 27.3.1971 Shri G.G. Swell
5.1.1976 Shri B.R. Bhagat - -
26.3.1977 Shri N. Sanjiva Reddy 1.4.1977 Shri Godey Murahari
21.7.1977 Shri K.S. Hedge - -
22.1.1980 Shri Bal Ram 1.2.1980 Shri G. Lakshmanan
16.1.1985 Shri Bal Ram 22.1.1985 Shri M. Thambi Durai
19.12.1989 Shri Rabi Ray 19.3.1990 Shri Shivraj V. Patil
10.7.1991 Shri Shivraj V. Patil 13.8.1991 Shri S. Mallikarjunaiah
23.5.1996 Shri Purno Agitok Sangma 12.7.1996 Shri Suraj Bhan
24.3.1998 Shri Ganti Mohana Chandra Balayogi 17.12.1998 Shri P.M. Sayeed
22.10.1999 Shri G.M.C. Balayogi 27.10.1999 Shri P.M. Sayeed
10.5.2002 Shri Manohar Joshi - -
4.6.2004 Shri Somnath Chatterjee 9.6.2004 Shri Charanjit Singh Atwal
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TABLE – 9
DATES OF ELECTION OF THE SPEAKER, LOK SABHA AND THE CONSTITUTION OF THE
DEPARTMENTALLY RELATED STANDING COMMITTEES SINCE 1993
Sl. Lok Sabha Date of election of Speaker, Dates of notification of
No. Lok Sabha constitution of SCs
1. 10
th
Lok Sabha 10.7.1991 8.4.1993
(Shri Shivraj Patil)
2. 11
th
Lok Sabha 23.5.1996 1.8.1996
(Shri Purno Agitok Sangma)
3. 12
th
Lok Sabha 24.3.1998 5.6.1998
(Shri G.M.C. Balayogi)
4. 13
th
Lok Sabha 22.10.1999 31.12.1999
(Shri G.M.C. Balayogi)
5. 14
th
Lok Sabha 4.6.2004 20.7.2004
(Shri Somnath Chatterjee)
TABLE – 10
STATEMENT SHOWING THE DATES OF ELECTION, NAMES OF THE
DEPUTY CHAIRMAN OF THE RAJYA SABHA
Date of Election Name of the person elected Deputy Chairman, Rajya Sabha
31.5.1952 Shri S.V. Krishnamoorthy Rao
25.4.1956 Shri S.V. Krishnamoorthy Rao
19.4.1962 Smt. Violet Alva
7.4.1966 Smt. Violet Alva
17.12.1969 Shri B.D. Khobaragade
13.4.1972 Shri Godey Murahari
26.4.1974 Shri Godey Murahari
30.3.1977 Shri Ram Niwas Mirdha
30.7.1980 Shri Shyam Lal Yadav
28.4.1982 Shri Shyam Lal Yadav
25.1.1985 Dr.(Smt.) Najma Heptulla
26.2.1986 Shri M.M. Jacob
18.11.1986 Smt. Pratibha Devi Singh
18.11.1988 Dr.(Smt.) Najma Heptulla
10.7.1992 Dr.(Smt.) Najma Heptulla
9.7.1998 Dr.(Smt.) Najma Heptulla
22.7.2004 Shri K. Rahman Khan
12.5.2006 Shri K. Rahman Khan
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TABLE – 11
DURATION OF RECESS DURING BUDGET SESSIONS
SINCE 1993
Sl.No Year Period of recess Days
1 1993 01.04.1993 to 18.04.1993 18
2 1994 19.03.1994 to 17.04.1994 30
3 1995 01.04.1995 to 23.04.1995 23
4 1996 03.08.1996 to 25.08.1996 23
5 1997 *22.03.1997 to 20.04.1997 30
6 1998 13.06.1998 to 02.07.1998 20
7 1999 19.03.1999 to 14.04.1999 27
8 2000 17.03.2000 to 16.04.2000 31
9 2001 24.03.2001 to 15.04.2001 23
10 2002 23.03.2002 to 14.04.2002 23
11 2003 14.03.2003 to 06.04.2003 24
12 2004 24.07.2004 to 15.08.2004 23
13 2005 25.03.2005 to 18.04.2005 25
14 **2006
15 2007 21.03.2007 to 25.4.2007 26
16 2008 20.3.2008 to 14.4.2008 26
* During recess, Lok Sabha was reconvened on 11.04.1997 to seek Vote of Confidence.
** Budget Session, 2006 was originally scheduled to commence from Thursday, 16
th
February to 28
th
April, 2006
with a recess from 18
th
March to 2
nd
April, 2006. However due to announcement of the dates of the Elections to
some State Assemblies, the earlier scheduled of the Budget Session had been revised. According to revised
scheduled financial business has been completed during the first part of the session. The Houses were adjourned
sine die on 22.3.2006 after completing financial business. The second part of the session was reconvened from
10
th
May to 23
rd
May, 2006.
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TABLE – 12
STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS REGARDING SESSIONS OF THE LOK SABHA ETC. WHEN THE
HOUSE REMAINED UNPROROGUED FOR MORE THAN 15 DAYS
Sl. Session and its Date of Period for Duration of Date of Government at that time
No. duration adjournment which House Second part prorogation
Sine-die remained of the Session
unprorogued if any
1 14
th
Session (Monsoon) of 07.08.1975 26 days - 03.09.1975 PM: Smt. Indira Gandhi
5
th
Lok Sabha MPA: Sh. K.Raghuramaiah
21.07.1975 to 07.08.1975 Speaker: Sh.G.C. Dhillon
2 8
th
Session (Monsoon) of 16.07.1979 17 days - 03.08.1979 PM: Sh. Morarji R. Desai
6
th
Lok Sabha MPA: Sh. Ravindra Varma
09.07.1979 to 16.07.1979 Speaker: Sh. K.S. Hegde
3 8
th
Session (Budget) of 12.05.1987 75 days 27.07.1987 03.09.1987 PM: Shri Rajiv Gandhi
8
th
Lok Sabha to MPA: Sh.HKL Bhagat
23.02.1987 to 12.05.1987 28.08.1987 Speaker: Sh. Balram Jakhar
4 14
th
Session (Monsoon) of 18.08.1989 53 days 11.10.1989 20.10.1989 PM: Sh. Rajiv Gandhi
8
th
Lok Sabha to MPA: Sh. H.K.L. Bhagat
18.07.1989 to 18.08.1989 13.10.1989 Speaker: Sh.Balram Jakhar
5 3
rd
Session (Monsoon) of 19.07.1990 23 days 01.10.1990 11.10.1990 PM: Sh. V.P. singh
9
th
Lok Sabha to MPA: Sh. P. Upendra
07.08.1990 to 07.09.1990 05.10.1990 Speaker: Sh. Rabi Ray
6 14
th
Session (Winter) of 23.12.2003 36 days 29.01.2004 Dissolved PM: Sh. Atal Bihari Vajpayee
13
th
Lok Sabha to on MPA: Smt. Sushma Swaraj
02.12.2003 to 23.12.2003 05.02.2004 06.02.2004 Speaker: Sh. Manohar Joshi
7 7
th
Session (Budget) of 48 days 10.05.2006 PM: Dr. Manmohan Singh
14
th
Lok Sabha to MPA: Sh. Priyaranjan Das Munsi
16.02.2006 to 22.03.2006 23.05.2006 Speaker: Sh. Somnath Chatterjee
8 14
th
Session (Monsoon) of 22.7.2008 86 days 17.10.2008 PM: Dr. Manmohan Singh
14
th
Lok Sabha to MPA: Shri Vayalar Ravi
21.07.2008 to 22.07.2008 23.12.2008 Speaker: Sh. Somnath Chatterjee
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TABLE – 13
STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS REGARDING SESSIONS OF THE RAJYA SABHA ETC. WHEN THE
HOUSE REMAINED UNPROROGUED FOR MORE THAN 6 DAYS
Sl. Session and its Date of Period for Duration of Date of Government at that time
No. duration adjournment which House Second part prorogation
Sine-die remained of the Session
unprorogued if any
1 1
st
Session (Budget), 1952 31.05.1952 43 days 14.07.1952 19.08.1952 PM: Sh. Jawahar Lal Nehru
13.05.1952 to 31.05.1952 to MOS, Parl. Affairs:
14.08.1952 Sh. Satya Narayan Sinha
2 6
th
Session (Budget), 1954 18.03.1954 31 days 19.04.1954 22.05.1954 PM: Sh. Jawahar Lal Nehru
15.02.1954 to 18.03.1954 to MOS, Parl. Affairs:
19.05.1954 Sh. Satya Narayan Sinha
3 41
st
Session (Winter), 1962 12.12.1962 39 days 21.01.1963 29.01.1963 PM: Sh. Jawahar Lal Nehru
08.11.1962 to 12.12.1962 to MPA, Parl. Affairs:
25.01.1963 Sh. Satya Narayan Sinha
4 151
st
Session (Monsoon), 18.08.1989 53 days 11.10.1989 20.10.1989 PM: Sh. Rajiv Gandhi
1989 to MPA: Sh. H.K.L. Bhagat
18.07.1989 to 18.08.1989 14.10.1989
5 155
th
Session (Monsoon), 07.09.1990 23 days 01.10.1990 11.10.1990 PM: Sh. V.P. Singh
1990 to MPA: Sh. P. Upendra
07.08.1990 to 07.09.1990 05.10.1990
6 177
th
Session (Budget), 1996 30.05.1996 13 days - 13.06.1996 PM: Sh. Atal Bihari Vajpayee
24.05.1996 to 30.05.1996 MPA: Sh. Pramod Mahajan
7 182
nd
Session(Winter), 1997 01.12.1997 7 days - 09.12.1997 PM: Sh. I.K. Gujaral
19.11.1997 to 01.12.1997 MPA: Sh. Srikant Kumar Jena
8 200
th
Session (Winter), 2003 23.12.2003 37 days 30.01.2004 10.02.2004 PM: Sh. Atal Bihari Vajpayee
02.12.2003 to 23.12.2003 to Minister of Parliamentary
05.02.2004 Affairs: Smt. Sushma Swaraj
9 207
th
Session (Budget), 2006 22.03.2006 48 days 10.05.2006 25.05.2006 PM: Dr. Manmohan Singh
16.02.2006 to 22.03.2006 to MPA: Sh. Priyaranjan Das Munsi
23.05.2006
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TABLE – 14
DATES OF PRESENTATION OF INTERIM (GENERAL AND RAILWAY) BUDGETS IN LOK SABHA AND
DURATION OF THE SESSIONS IN WHICH PRESENTED
Sl. Year Date of Date of Duration of Remarks
No. Presentation Presentation Session
of Interim of Interim
General Railway
Budget Budget
1 1952 29.2.52 22.2.52 On March 4, 1952, Demands on Account
(Provisional were voted in the Provisional Parliament
Parliament) [4 months (April-July)]
2 1957 19.3.57 19.3.57 18.3.57 Demands on Account were voted and First
to Lok Sabha was dissolved on 4.4.57.
29.3.57 [5 months (April-August)]
3 1962 14.3.62 13.3.62 12.3.62 Demands on Account were voted and
to Second Lok Sabha was di ssol ved on
30.3.62 31.3.62 [3 months (April-June)]
4 1967 20.3.67 20.3.67 16.3.67 Fourth Lok Sabha was constituted on 4.3.67
to and Demands on Account were voted
8.4.67 [4 months (April-July)]
5 1971 24.3.71 23.3.71 19.3.71 Fifth Lok Sabha was constituted on 15.3.71
to and Demands on Account were voted
2.4.71 [4 months (April-July)]
6 1977 28.3.77 28.3.77 25.3.77 Sixth Lok Sabha was constituted on 23.3.77
to and Demands on Account were voted
7.4.77 [4 months (April-July)
7 1980 11.3.80 11.3.80 11.3.80 Seventh Lok Sabha was constituted on
to 10.1.80 and Demands on Account were
28.3.80 voted. [4 months (April-July)]
8 1991 4.3.91 25.2.91 21.2.91 Demands on Account were voted and Ninth
to Lok Saha was dissolved on 13.3.91.
12.3.91 [4 months (April-July)]
9 1996 28.2.96 27.2.96 26.2.96 Demands on Account were voted and Tenth
to Lok sabha was dissolved on 10.5.96.
12.3.96 [4 months (April-July)]
10 1998 25.3.98 25.3.98 22.3.98 Twelfth Lok Sabha was constituted on
to 10.3.98 and Demands on Account were
31.3.98 voted. [4 months (April-July)]
11 2004 03.02.04 30.01.04 2.12.03 Demands on Account were voted and
to Thirteenth Lok Sabha was dissolved on
05.02.04 06.02.2004. [4 months (April-July)]
12 2009 16.2.09 13.2.09 12.02.09 Demands on Account were voted and 14th
to Lok Sabha and its term is expiring on
26.02.09 1.6.2009. [4 months (April-July)]
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TABLE – 15
VOTE ON ACCOUNTS TAKEN TWICE DURING A FINANCIAL YEAR
Sl. Year Period of Vote on Date Period of Vote on Date
No. Account taken for Account taken for
first time second time
1. 1991 4 months 11.3.1991 2 months 29.7.1991
2. 1996 4 months 11.3.1996 2 months 26.7.1996
3. 2004 4 months 4.2.2004 2 months 21.7.2004
4. 2009 4 months 24.2.2009 — —
TABLE - 16
STATISTICAL INFORMATION REGARDING NUMBER OF SESSIONS, SITTINGS HELD, BILLS INTRODUCED,
PASSED AND LAPSED AND NUMBER OF VARIOUS DISCUSSIONS HELD ON NON-OFFICIAL MOTIONS
1
st
LS 2
nd
LS 3
rd
LS 4
th
LS 5
th
LS 6
th
LS 7
th
LS 8
th
LS 9
th
LS
Number of Sessions 15 16 16 12 18 9 15 14 7
Number of sittings 677 581 578 469 613 267 464 485 109
Number of Bills introduced 282 286 268 196 379 161 378 270 71
Number of Bills passed 333 327 272 216 487 135 336 355 63
Number of Bills lapsed at the dissolution 7 7 38 36 12 47 16 15 24
Short Notice Questions admitted 266 233 288 240 70 63 $56 18 6
Number of No-Day-Yet named Motions 3 86 34 43 *25 +26 *19 5 1
discussed
Number of Half-an-Hour discussions held 38 108 109 183 124 59 85 65 11
Number of Short Duration Discussions held 36 31 17 66 64 **12 56 94 24
Number of Adjournment Motions discussed 1 3 7 12 11 6 5 5 8
No-Confidence Motions discussed - - 6 6 4 **2 3 1 -
Number of Confidence Motions discussed - - - - - - - - 3
* 2 Part discussed ** 1 Part discussed + 5 Part discussed $ 11 Part discussed
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10
th
LS 11
th
LS 12
th
LS 13
th
LS 14
th
LS
Number of Sessions 16 6 4 14 15
Number of sittings 423 125 88 356 332
Number of Bills introduced 248 67 71 252 219
Number of Bills passed 284 64 60 302 261
Number of Bills passed by both Houses $277 61 56 297 248
@@
Number of Bills withdrawn 13 3 2 7 6
Number of Bills lapsed at the dissolution 30 21 20 43 39
$$
Bill passed in Joint Sitting - - - 1 -
Official Motions/Resolution discussed *160 50 *45 86 116
Short Notice Questions answered 6 4 - 18 5
Discussion under Rule 184 3 2 - 4 1
Short duration discussions under Rule 193 **33 *13 @15 #59 55***
Adjournment Motion discussed 4 - - 5 7
No-Confidence Motions discussed 3 - - 1 -
Number of Confidence Motions discussed 1 4 2 - 1
Half-an-Hour discussions 16 7 4 25 14
Calling Attention Notices 13 8 *9 61 116
Number of Hours 2527-56 816-37 577-43 1994-01 1782-36
Discussion under Rule 342 - 1 - - -
* 1 Part discussed ** 2 part discussed; @ 4 Part discussed # 1 Discussion remained inconclusive
*** 6 part discussed $ 14 Bills deemed to have been passed in terms of Article 109(5) of the Constitution
@@ 1 Bill deemed to have been passed in terms of Article 109(5) of the Constitution
$$ On dissolution/expiry of the term of 14
th
Lok Sabha, 39 Bills will lapse in terms of Article 107(5) of the Constitution.
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TABLE – 17
NUMBER OF BILLS PASSED BY BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT, SESSION-WISE DURING
EACH LOK SABHA SINCE 1952
FIRST LOK SABHA
Year Session of Lok Sabha No. of Bills passed by both Houses of Parliament
1952 1
st
27
2
nd
17
1953 3
rd
29
4
th
5
5
th
24
1954 6
th
29
7
th
13
8
th
12
1955 9
th
26
10
th
17
11
th
17
1956 12
th
31
13
th
33
14
th
42
1957 15
th
11
Total 333
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SECOND LOK SABHA
Year Session of Lok Sabha No. of Bills passed by both Houses of Parliament
1957 1
st
10
2
nd
18
3
rd
29
1958 4
th
22
5
th
22
6
th
15
1959 7
th
23
8
th
24
9
th
16
1960 10
th
20
11
th
23
12
th
24
1961 13
th
28
14
th
16
15
th
19
1962 16
th
18
Total 327
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THIRD LOK SABHA
Year Session of Lok Sabha No. of Bills passed by both Houses of Parliament
1962 1
st
8
2
nd
16
3
rd
29
1963 4
th
20
5
th
17
6
th
18
1964 7
th
21
8
th
5
9
th
10
10
th
20
1965 11
th
14
12
th
19
13
th
18
1966 14
th
19
15
th
13
16
th
25
Total 272
FOURTH LOK SABHA
Year Session of Lok Sabha No. of Bills passed by both Houses of Parliament
1967 1
st
15
2
nd
11
3
rd
13
1968 4
th
26
5
th
21
6
th
19
1969 7
th
20
8
th
18
9
th
20
1970 10
th
27
11
th
12
12
th
14
Total 216
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FIFTH LOK SABHA
Year Session of Lok Sabha No. of Bills passed by both Houses of Parliament
1971 1
st
16
2
nd
25
3
rd
47
1972 4
th
37
5
th
25
6
th
20
1973 7
th
28
8
th
19
9
th
25
1974 10
th
22
11
th
26
12
th
18
1975 13
th
31
14
th
25
15
th
34
1976 16
th
44
17
th
32
18
th
8
Total 482
SIXTH LOK SABHA
Year Session of Lok Sabha No. of Bills passed by both Houses of Parliament
1977 1
st
17
2
nd
16
3
rd
16
1978 4
th
25
5
th
12
6
th
16
1979 7
th
28
Total 130
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SEVENTH LOK SABHA
Year Session of Lok Sabha No. of Bills passed by both Houses of Parliament
1980 1
st
9
2
nd
27
3
rd
11
4
th
25
1981 5
th
16
6
th
27
7
th
19
1982 8
th
25
9
th
23
10
th
25
1983 11
th
14
12
th
17
13
th
18
1984 14
th
43
15
th
30
Total 329
EIGHTH LOK SABHA
Year Session of Lok Sabha No. of Bills passed by both Houses of Parliament
1985 1
st
14
2
nd
27
3
rd
21
4
th
30
1986 5
th
22
6
th
19
7
th
31
1987 8
th
(Part-I) 21
8
th
(Part-II) 20
9
th
20
1988 10
th
31
11
th
25
12
th
15
1989 13
th
22
14
th
(Part-I) 9
14
th
(Part-II) 7
Total 334
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NINTH LOK SABHA
Year Session of Lok Sabha No. of Bills passed by both Houses of Parliament
1989 1
st
4
1990 2
nd
19
3
rd
(Part-I & II) 10
4
th
-
5
th
-
6
th
11
1991 7
th
19
Total 63
TENTH LOK SABHA
Year Session of Lok Sabha No. of Bills passed by both Houses of Parliament
1991 1
st
22
2
nd
13
1992 3
rd
20
4
th
18
5
th
10
1993 6
th
45
7
th
20
8
th
18
1994 9
th
26
10
th
7
11
th
15
12
th
3
1995 13
th
26
14
th
17
15
th
7
1996 16
th
10
Total 277
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TWELFTH LOK SABHA
Year Session of Lok Sabha No. of Bills passed by both Houses of Parliament
1998 1
st
7
2
nd
21
3
rd
12
1999 4
th
16
Total 56
ELEVENTH LOK SABHA
Year Session of Lok Sabha No. of Bills passed by both Houses of Parliament
1996 1
st
-
2
nd
20
3
rd
11
1997 4
th
25
5
th
5
6
th
-
Total 61
THIRTEENTH LOK SABHA
Year Session of Lok Sabha No. of Bills passed by both Houses of Parliament
1999 1
st
4
2
nd
19
2000 3
rd
24
4
th
23
5
th
16
2001 6
th
12
7
th
39
8
th
10
2002 9
th
34
10
th
10
11
th
42
2003 12
th
22
13
th
13
2003 14
tb
(Part-I) 21
2004 14
th
(Part-II) 8
Total 297
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FOURTEENTH LOK SABHA
Year Session of Lok Sabha No. of Bills passed by both Houses of Parliament
2004 1
st
-
2
nd
6
3
rd
12
2005 4
th
26
5
th
16
6
th
14
2005 7
th
(Part I) 17
7
th
(Part II) 11
8
th
17
9
th
20
2007 10
th
20
11
th
11
12
th
15
2008 13
th
19
14
th
(Part I)
14
th
(Part II) 28
2009 15
th
16
Total 248
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TABLE – 18
NUMBER OF SITTINGS OF LOK SABHA AND RAJYA SABHA, NUMBER OF BILLS PASSED BY BOTH
HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT, YEAR-WISE, SINCE 1952
Year Number of sittings Bills passed Year Number of sittings Bills passed
Lok Sabha Rajya Sabha by both Lok Sabha Rajya Sabha by both
Houses of Houses of
Parliament Parliament
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
1952 103 60 82 1953 137 100 58
1954 137 103 54 1955 139 111 60
1956 151 113 106 1957 104 78 68
1958 125 91 59 1959 123 87 63
1960 121 87 67 1961 102 75 63
1962 116 91 68 1963 122 100 58
1964 122 97 56 1965 113 96 51
1966 119 109 57 1967 110 91 38
1968 120 103 67 1969 120 102 58
1970 119 107 53 1971 102 89 87
1972 111 99 82 1973 120 105 70
1974 119 109 68 1975 63 58 57
1976 98 84 118 1977 86 70 48
1978 115 97 50 1979 66 54 32
1980 96 90 72 1981 105 89 62
1982 92 82 73 1983 93 77 49
1984 77 63 73 1985 109 89 92
1986 98 86 71 1987 102 89 61
1988 102 89 71 1989 83 71 38
1990 81 66 30 1991 90 82 63
1992 98 90 44 1993 89 79 75
1994 77 75 61 1995 78 77 45
1996 70 64 36 1997 65 68 35
1998 64 59 40 1999 51 48 39
2000 85 85 63 2001 81 81 61
2002 84 82 86 2003 74 74 56
2004 48 46 18 2005 85 85 56
2006 77 77 65 2007 66 65 46
2008 46 46 47 2009 upto 10 10 16
31.3.09
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TABLE – 19
LIST OF GOVERNMENT BILLS PENDING IN THE LOK SABHA AND THE RAJYA SABHA AFTER
CONCLUSION OF 15
TH
SESSION OF FOURTEENTH LOK SABHA AND 215
TH
SESSION OF RAJYA SABHA
LOK SABHA
I – BILL AS PASSED BY RAJYA SABHA
1. The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Reservation in Posts and Services) Bill, 2008
II – BILLS – NOT REFERRED TO STANDING COMMITTEES
2. The Factories (Amendment) Bill, 2005
3. The Drugs (Control) Repeal Bill, 2006
4. The Forward Contracts (Regulation) Amendment Bill, 2008
5. The State Bank of India (Subsidiary Banks Laws) Amendment Bill, 2009
6. The Indian Trusts (Amendment) Bill, 2009
7. The Payment of Gratuity (Amendment) Bill, 2009
III – BILLS REFERRED TO STANDING COMMITTEES
8. The Micro Financial Sector (Development and Regulation) Bill, 2007
9. The Workmen’s Compensation (Amendment) Bill, 2008
10. The Employees’ State Insurance (Amendment) Bill, 2008
11. The Companies Bill, 2008
12. The Railways (Second Amendment) Bill, 2008
13. The Land Ports Authority of India Bill, 2008
14. The Life Insurance Corporation (Amendment) Bill, 2008
IV– BILLS ON WHICH REPORTS PRESENTED BY STANDING COMMITTEES
15. The Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Amendment Bill, 2006
16. The Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority Bill, 2005
17. The Banking Regulation (Amendment) Bill, 2005
18. The Constitution (103
rd
Amendment) Bill, 2004 (for giving constitutional status to National Commission
for Minorities)
19. The National Commission for Minorities (Repeal) Bill, 2004
20. The Admiralty Bill, 2005
21. The Constitution (106
th
Amendment) Bill, 2006
22. The Judges (Inquiry) Bill, 2006
23. The Sixth Schedule to the Constitution (Amendment) Bill, 2007
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24. The Constitution (One Hundred and Seventh Amendment) Bill, 2007 (Amendment to Article 244 & 332)
25. The State Bank of India (Amendment) Bill, 2006
26. The Damodar Valley Corporation (Amendment) Bill, 2007
27. The NEPA Limited (Disinvestment of Ownership) Bill, 2007
28. The Paramedical and Physiotherapy Central Councils Bill, 2007
29. The Clinical Establishment (Registration and Regulation) Bill, 2007
30. The Authority of Advanced Rulings on Central Taxes Bill, 2007
31. The National Highways Authority of India (Amendment) Bill, 2008
RAJYA SABHA
I – BILLS AS PASSED BY LOK SABHA
1. The Compensatory Afforestation Fund Bill, 2008
2. The Prevention of Corruption (Amendment) Bill, 2008
3. The National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions (Amendment) Bill, 2009
4. The Trade Marks (Amendment) Bill, 2008
5. The National Waterway (Lakhipur Bhanga Stretch of the Barak River) Bill, 2007
6. The Rehabilitation and Resettlement Bill, 2007
7. The Land Acquisition (Amendment) Bill, 2007
8. The Metro Railways (Amendment) Bill, 2009
II – BILL AS REPORTED BY JOINT COMMITTEE
9. The Indian Medical Council (Amendment) Bill, 1987
III – BILLS – NOT REFERRED TO STANDING COMMITTEES
10. The Constitution (61
st
Amendment) Bill, 1988 (Transfer of Sports from State List to Concurrent List)
11. The Atomic Energy (Amendment) Bill, 1992
12. The National Commission for Heritage Sites Bill, 2009
13. The Industrial Disputes (Amendment) Bill, 2009
IV – BILLS REFERRED TO STANDING COMMITTEES
14. The Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill, 2007
15. The Constitution (One Hundred and Eighth Amendment) Bill, 2008
16. The Legal Metrology Bill, 2008
17. The Protection and Utilization of Public Funded Intellectual Property Bill, 2008
18. The Railway Property (Unlawful Possession) Amendment Bill, 2008
19. The Insurance Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2008
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V–BILLS ON WHICH REPORTS PRESENTED BY STANDING COMMITTEES
20. The Participation of Workers in Management Bill, 1990
21. The Constitution (79
th
Amendment) Bill, 1992 (small family norms for legislators)
22. The Delhi Rent (Amendment) Bill, 1997
23. The Lotteries (Prohibition) Bill, 1999
24. The Coal Mines (Nationalization) Amendment Bill, 2000
25. The Provisions of the Municipalities (Extension to the Scheduled Areas) Bill, 2001
26. The Foreign Trade (Development and Regulation) Amendment Bill, 2001
27. The Seeds Bill, 2004
28. The Homoeopathy Central Council (Amendment) Bill, 2005
29. The Indian Medicine Central Council (Amendment) Bill, 2005
30. The Drugs and Cosmetics (Amendment) Bill, 2007
31. The Labour Laws (Exemption from Furnishing Returns and Maintaining Registers by Certain
Establishments) Amendment and Miscellaneous Provisions Bill, 2005
32. The Indian Medicine and Homoeopathy Pharmacy Bill, 2005
33. The Indian Medical Council (Amendment) Bill, 2005
34. The Communal Violence (Prevention, Control and Rehabilitation of Victims) Bill, 2005
35. The Administrative Tribunals (Amendment) Bill,2006
36. The Representation of the People (Amendment) Bill, 2006
37. The Seamen’s Provident Fund (Amendment) Bill, 2007
38. The Private Detective Agencies (Regulation) Bill, 2007
39. The Representation of People (Second Amendment) Bill, 2008
40. The Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Amendment Bill, 2008
41. The Pesticides Management Bill, 2008
42. The Plantations Labour (Amendment) Bill, 2008
43. The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Bill, 2008
44. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Amendment) Bill, 2008
45. The Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Bill, 2006
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TABLE – 20
ORDINANCES PROMULGATED BY THE PRESIDENT (SINCE 1952)
Year Number of Ordinances promulgated Year Number of Ordinances promulgated
1952 09 1953 07
1954 09 1955 07
1956 09 1957 06
1958 07 1959 03
1960 01 1961 03
1962 08 1963 —
1964 03 1965 07
1966 13 1967 09
1968 13 1969 10
1970 05 1971 23
1972 09 1973 04
1974 15 1975 29
1976 16 1977 16
1978 06 1979 10
1980 10 1981 12
1982 01 1983 11
1984 15 1985 08
1986 08 1987 10
1988 07 1989 02
1990 10 1991 09
1992 21 1993 34
1994 14 1995 15
1996 32 1997 31
1998 20 1999 10
2000 05 2001 12
2002 07 2003 08
2004 08 2005 04
2006 03 2007 08
2008 08 2009 03
(upto march
31, 2009)
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TABLE – 21
DATES OF DELIVERY OF THE PRESIDENT’S ADDRESS, NAMES OF MOVER AND SECONDER,
DATES OF DISCUSSION ON MOTION OF THANKS IN THE TWO HOUSES
Thirteenth Lok Sabha
Session of Date of delivery Names of mover and seconder on Dates of
13
th
Lok of the President’s Motion of Thanks discussion
Sabha Address
1
st
Session October 25, 1999 Shri Vijay Kumar Malhotra (Mover) October 25, 26 & 27
Shri Vaiko (Seconder)
3
rd
Session February 23, 2000 Shri Madan lal Khurana (Mover) March 16
Dr. Nitish Sengupta (Seconder) April 17, 18 & 25
6
th
Session February 19, 2001 Shri Vijay Kumar malhotra (Mover)
Dr. S. Venugopal (Seconder) March 7, 8 & 12
9
th
Session February 25, 2002 Shri Vijay Kumar Malhotra (Mover) March 15 & 16
Shri Anant Gangaram Geete (Seconder)
12
th
Session February 17, 2003 Shri Vijay Kumar Malhotra (Mover) February 24, 25 &
Shri Suresh Prabhu (Seconder) March 3, 2003
Fourteenth Lok Sabha
1
st
Session June 7, 2004 Shri Pawan Kumar Bansal (Mover) June 8-10, 2004*
Shri Jyotiraditya Madhavarao Scindia (Seconder)
4
th
Session Feb. 25, 2005 Shri Pawan Kumar Bansal (Mover) March 2, 9 & 10,
Shri Ajay Makan (Seconder) 2005
7
th
Session Feb. 16, 2006 Shri Madhusudan Mistry (Mover) Feb. 20, 21, 22 &
Shri Jyotiraditya Madhavarao Scindia (Seconder) 23, 2006
10
th
Feb. 23, 2007 Shri Madhusudan Mistry (Mover) March 1, 7 & 8,
Shri Sandeep Dikshit (Seconder) 2007
13
th
Feb. 25, 2008 Shri Ajit Jogi (Mover) March 3, 4, & 5
Shri Krishna Tirath (Seconder)
15
th
Feb. 12, 2009 Shri V. Kishore Chandra S. Deo February 17 & 18
Shri Madhusudan Mistry (Seconder)
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RAJYA SABHA
Session of Date of delivery Names of mover and seconder on Dates of
13
th
Lok of the President’s Motion of Thanks discussion
Sabha Address
187
th
Session October 25, 1999 Shri Arun Shourie (mover) October 25, 26,
Shri S. Viduthalai Virumbi (Seconder) 27 & 28
189
th
Session February 23, 2000 Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu (Mover) April 18, 19, 24, 25,
Shri Satish Pradhan (Seconder) 26 & 27
192
nd
Session February 19, 2001 Shri T.N. Chaturvedi (Mover) March 1, 7, 8 & 12
Shri Sharif-Ud-Din Shariq (Seconder)
195
th
Session February 25, 2002 Dr. Mahesh Chandra Sharma (Mover) March 13, 14, 15 &
Shri B.J. Panda (Seconder) 18
198
th
Session February 17, 2003 Dr. L.M. Singhvi (Mover) February 20, 24,
Shri Satish Pradhan (Seconder) 25 & March 4, 2003
201
st
Session June 7, 2004 Dr. Karan Singh (Mover) June 8-10, 2004*
Shri Vayalar Ravi (Seconder)
204
th
Session Feb. 25, 2005 Dr. Karan Singh (Mover) March 3, 9 & 10,
Shri Vayalar Ravi (Seconder) 2005
207
th
Session Feb. 16, 2006 Dr. Karan Singh (Mover) Feb. 20, 21 & 22,
Shri Rashid Alvi (Seconder) 2006
210
th
Feb. 23, 2007 Dr. Karan Singh (Mover) March 1, 6, 7 & 8,
Shri Rashid Alvi (Seconder) 2007
213
th
Feb. 25, 2008 Shri Janardan Dwivedi (Mover) Feb. 28
Dr. Abhishek Singhvi (Seconder) March 3, 4 & 5
215
th
Feb. 12, 2009 Shri Jai Prakash Aggarwal (Mover) Feb 17 & 18
Shri Shantaram Laxman Nair (Seconder)
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TABLE – 22
CERTAIN STATISTICAL DATA REGARDING MOTION OF THANKS ON THE PRESIDENT’S ADDRESS
Year Date of Reply By Whom Time Allotted Time taken
Lok Rajya Lok Rajya Lok Rajya Lok Rajya
Sabha Sabha Sabha Sabha Sabha Sabha Sabha Sabha
1994 8.3.94 8.3.94 PM PM 12 hrs 12 hrs 20 hrs 14 hrs
31 mts 20 mts
1995 28.4.95 - PM PM 10 hrs 8 hrs 12 hrs 11 hrs
38 mts 15 mts
1996 12.3.96 1.3.96 PM PM - 6 hrs - 8 hrs
17 mts
1997 4.3.97 6.3.97 PM PM - 16 hrs - 16 hrs
58 mts
1998 31.3.98 2.4.98 PM PM - 16 hrs 12 hrs 17 hrs
32 mts 56 mts
1999 15.3.99 10.3.99 PM PM 8 hrs 16 hrs 12 hrs 18 hrs
13 mts 59 mts
1999 29.10.99 28.10.99 * LOH** 8 hrs 8 hrs 13 hrs 11 hrs
36 mts 45 mts
2000 - 27.04.00 PM LOH** 8 hrs 14 hrs 11 hrs 12 hrs
21 mts 28 mts
2001 - 12.3.2001 PM PM 10 hrs 16 hrs 13 hrs 18 hrs
32 mts 22 mts
2002 16.3.02 18.302 PM PM 12 hrs 8 hrs 12 hrs 10 hrs
24 mts
2003 3.3.03 4.3.03 PM PM 10 hrs 12 hrs 13 hrs 13 hrs
7 mts 32 mts
+2004 - - - - 10 hrs 12 hrs 20 mts 9 mts
2005 10.3.05 10.3.05 PM PM 12 hrs 8 hrs 11 hrs 9 hrs
22 mts 32 mts
2006 23.3.06 22.2.06 PM PM 12 hrs 12 hrs 14 hrs 13 hrs
34 mts 10 mts
2007 8.3.07 8.3.07 PM PM 10 hrs 12 hrs 12 hrs 13 hrs
43 mts 58 mts
2008 5.3.08 5.3.08 PM PM 12 hrs 16 hrs 12 hrs 16 hrs
33 mts 33 mts
2009 18.2.09 18.2.09 $ $$ 8 hrs 8 hrs 8 hrs 9 hrs
36 mts 51 mts
* Replied by Minister of Home Affairs, Shri L.K. Advani
** Leader of the House in the Rajya Sabha
+ In 2004, the Motions of Thanks were adopted by the two Houses on same day i.e. 10 June, 2004, without reply
by the PM or any Minister on his behalf.
$ Replied by Shri Pranab Mukherjee, Leader of the House and Minister of External Affairs and Minister of Finance.
$$ Replied by Shri Pranab Mukherjee, Leader of the House and Minister of External Affairs and Minister of Finance.
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SITTINGS OF THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT HELD ON SATURDAYS/HOLIDAYS FOR
PRESENTATION OF GENERAL BUDGET
1. Saturday The 27
th
February, 1954
2. Saturday The 27
th
February, 1955
3. Saturday The 28
th
February, 1981
4. Saturday The 27
th
February, 1982
5. Saturday The 28
th
February, 1983
6. Wednesday (Shivratri) The 29
th
February, 1984 (Holiday for Parliament)
7. Saturday The 28
th
February, 1987
8. Saturday The 29
th
February, 1992
9. Saturday The 27
th
February, 1999
TABLE – 24
DATE AND TIME OF PRESENTATION OF GENERAL BUDGET IN LOK SABHA AND WHETHER BUSINESS
TRANSACTED AFTER ITS PRESENTATION/LAYING IN TWO HOUSES
Year Date and Day of Time of Whether Business transacted after
Presentation Presentation Presentation/Laying of Budget
in two Houses
1999 February 27 (Saturday) 11.00 a.m. Houses were adjourned after presentation/laying
of Budget, without transacting any further
business.
2000 February 29 (Tuesday) 2.00 p.m. -do-
2001 February 28 (Wednesday) 11.00 a.m. -do-
2002 February 28 (Thursday) 11.00 a.m. -do-
2003 February 28 (Friday) 11.00 a.m. -do-
2004 July 8 (Thursday) 11.00 a.m. -do-
2005 February 28 (Monday) 11.05 a.m. -do-
2006 February 28 (Tuesday) 11.00 a.m. -do-
2007 February 28 (Wednesday) 11.00 a.m. -do-
2008 February 29 (Friday) 11.00 a.m. -do-
2009 February 16 (Monday) 11.00 a.m. -do-
(Interim Budget)
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General Budget Railway Budget
Year Presentation General
discussion
(Time Taken)
Discussion on
Demands for
Grants
(Time Taken)
Consideration
of Finance Bill
(Time Taken)
Presentation General
discussion
(Time Taken)
Discussion on
Demands for
Grants
(Time Taken)
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
Feb. 29
(Provisional
Parliament)
May 23
Feb. 27
Feb. 27
Feb. 28
Feb. 29
TABLE – 25
DATES OF PRESENTATION, GENERAL DISCUSSION ON THE GENERAL AND
RAILWAY BUDGETS ETC. IN LOK SABHA SINCE 1952
March 3
(5-41)
May 30 &
June 2-4
(13-48)
March 4, 5,
9-12
(19-18)
March 15-18,
22 and 23
(17-02)
March 16-19
& 21
(19-45)
March 13-16
(19-27)
March 4*
(4-16)
June 10-13,
16-20, 23,
25-28, 30
July 1-3
(72-13)
March 16-21,
24-28 30 &
31, April 1, 2,
4, 6 & 7
(66-51)
March 23-27,
29-31
April 1-2, 5-9,
12, 14, 15 &
17
(69-43)
March 22-25
28-31
April 2, 4-7,
14-16
(72-28)
March 21-23
28, 29 & 31
April 2-6,
9-12, 14,
16 & 17
(92-59)
March 5
(3-00)
No second
Finance Bill
was
introduced
April 14-16
& 18
(16-28)
April 19-22
(16-26)
April 18-20 &
22
(16-47)
April 17, 18,
20 & 21
(14-15)
Feb. 22
May 22
Feb. 18
Feb. 19
Feb. 22
Feb. 23
Feb. 25
(2-27)
May 26, 27
& 29
(11-00)
Feb. 23-26
(13-17)
March 1-2,
4 & 5
(10-55)
March 2-4
(12-01)
March 5-7
(14-54)
Feb. 26*
(2-34)
June 5, 6 & 9
(11-24)
Feb. 26-27
and March 2
(9-48)
March 6, 8
and 9
(10-54)
March 4, 7 &
10
(9-40)
March 7, 8, 9
& 12
(13-26)
* Indicates the date on which the Demands on Account were voted by Lok Sabha in election year.
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Year Presentation General
discussion
(Time Taken)
Discussion on
Demands for
Grants
(Time Taken)
Consideration
of Finance Bill
(Time Taken)
Presentation General
discussion
(Time Taken)
Discussion on
Demands for
Grants
(Time Taken)
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
March 19
May 15
Feb. 28
Feb. 28
Feb. 29
Feb. 28
March 14
April 23
March 21-23
(10-08)
May 28-31
(21-14)
March 11-14,
17 & 18
(21-00)
March 9-12
(20-45)
March 7-10
(20-00)
March 14-17
(20-00)
March 20, 23
& 24
(9-50)
May 7-10
(20-00)
March 26*
(2-09)
July 23-27,
29-31
Aug. 1-3, 6, 8,
9, 12-14, 17 &
20-24
(106-07)
March 19-21,
24-28, 31
April 1-3, 5,
7-11, 14-17
(101-00)
March 16-20,
23, 26, 28, 30
& 31
April 1, 4, 6-9,
11, 14, 15, 16,
18 & 20
(121-12)
March 13-18,
21-25, 28, 30
& 31
April 2, 4, 6-9,
11-14, 16 &18
(130-10)
March 20-24,
27-30 and
April 1, 3-7,
10-15, 17-19
(128-00)
March 24*
May 11, 12, 14,
16-18, 21-26,
28-31 and
June 1, 4, 5-8,
11 & 12
(125-00)
March 26
(0-08)
Aug. 26-28
(15-18)
April 18, 22 &
23
(12-30)
April 20-22
(15-00)
April 20 & 21
(12-00)
April 19-22
(15-00)
March 24 &
26
(1-45)
June 12, 13,
15 & 16
(13-40)
March 19
May 14
Feb. 17
Feb. 18
Feb. 17
Feb. 15
March 13
April 19
March 26 & 27
(3-07)
May 21-23
(16-54)
Feb. 26, 28 &
March 3
(15-00)
Feb. 25-27 &
March 2 & 3
(18-55)
Feb. 25, 26 &
29 and
March 1
(15-05)
Feb. 28 &
March 1, 2, 4
and 6
(14-15)
March 26 & 27
(4-45)
April 21, 23-26
(17-50)
March 27*
(2-01)
July 17-19 &
22
(11-53)
March 4, 7, 8
& 10
(12-00)
March 3-5
(12-20)
March 1-3
(9-45)
March 9, 10 &
13
(10-20)
March 27*
(2-00)
May 2-4
(10-30)
* Demands on Account were voted by Lok Sabha (Time taken in LS on 24.3.62 not available).
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1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
Feb. 28
Feb. 29
Feb. 27
Feb. 28
March 20
May 25
Feb. 29
Feb. 28
March 12-16
(23-00)
March 3-6, 9
& 10
(21-30)
March 22-25
(20-00)
March 10, 11,
14-17
(23-15)
March 23 &
27
(5-20)
June 5-9,
12-14
(21-20)
March 8,
11-14
(19-35)
March 6, 7,
10-14
(21-30)
March 18-23,
25-29
April 1, 3, 8-11,
13, 15-17
(133-25)
March 11-13,
16-21, 23-26,
28, 30 & 31 &
April 1-4, 6-11,
13-16
(142-55)
March 29-31
and April 1, 2,
5-9, 12, 14,
15, 19-23, 26,
27, 29 & 30
May 1
(111-00)
March 24, 25,
28-30, April 1,
4-6, 11, 12,
14-15, 18,
19-22, 25-29
(92-50)
March 27*
(Discussed
along with
Gen. Budget)
June 26-30
and July 3-7,
10-15, 17-22
(73-50)
March 27-29,
April 1-5, 8,
10, 11, 15-17,
19, 22-25
(84-00)
March 26, 28,
31 and April
1-3, 7-11,
14-18, 21-25
and 28
(85-22)
April 18-20
(14-10)
April 18 & 21
(16-10)
May 3-5
(16-30)
April 29, 30
and May
3 & 5
(17-25)
April 8
(2-20)
July 24-28
(16-45)
April 29, 30
and May 1
(12-30)
April 29, 30
and May 1& 6
(17-45)
Feb. 19
Feb. 11
Feb. 18
Feb. 15
March 20
May 22
Feb. 19
Feb. 19
March 2, 4-6
(16-30)
Feb. 20, 21
24-26
(16-30)
March 3-5,
8 & 9
(15-35)
March 1-4,
8 & 9
(15-15)
March 28
(3-20)
May 26,
29-31, June 1,
2 and 5
(14-45)
Feb. 28, 29 &
March 1, 4 & 5
(11-55)
Feb. 26, 27 &
March 3 & 5
(11-45)
March 6-8
(11-00)
Feb.26, 27 &
29
(8-40)
March 9-11
(9-00)
March 21-24
(12-15)
March 28*
(Discussed
along with Rly
Budget)
June 20-22
(7-50)
March 19 & 20
(7-20)
March 17 & 18
(7-08)
General Budget Railway Budget
Year Presentation General
discussion
(Time Taken)
Discussion on
Demands for
Grants
(Time Taken)
Consideration
of Finance Bill
(Time Taken)
Presentation General
discussion
(Time Taken)
Discussion on
Demands for
Grants
(Time Taken)
* Indicates the date on which the Demands on Account were voted by Lok Sabha in election year.
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1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
Feb. 28
March 24
May 28
March 16
Feb. 28
Feb. 28
Feb. 28
March 15
March 28
June 17
March 10-13,
16 & 17
(19-20)
March 25-27
(5-45)
June 2-4 and
7-10
(23-10)
March 20-22,
24-25
(17-25)
March 12-14
(15-35)
March 13-15 ,
18 & 19
(17-10)
March 10,
12-14
(17-13)
March 18, 19,
22 & 23
(16-20)
March 29 &
30
(5-15)
June 20-23
(20-30)
March 31 &
April 1-3,
7-10, 13-14,
16, 17, 20-24,
27-30
(80-30)
March 27*
(Discussed
with interim
Budget)
June 22 to
July 21
(94-49)
April 11-14,
17-21, 24-28
May 2-5, 9-12
(93-15)
March 28-30
April 2-6,
9-10, 12,
16-19, 23-27
(75-08)
March 26-29
April 2, 5,
8-11 15-18,
22-26, 29
(77-10)
April 7-11,
15-18, 21, 22,
25, 28, 29
(42-02)
March 31,
April 1, 2, 5-8,
14, 15, 26-30
May 3-7, 10 &
11
(113-46)
March 30*
(Discussed
with interim
Budget)
June 25,
27-30 July 1,
2, 4-9, 11-14
(92-06)
May 1, 4-6
(16-00)
March 27
(1-25)
July 26, 28 &
31
(13-02)
May 15-18
(12-25)
April 30
May 2 & 3
(13-20)
April 30
May 2-4
(11-00)
April 30
May 2-5
(11-45)
May 12, 14 &
17
(11-35)
March 31
(Without
discussion)
July 15, 16, 18
Aug. 2
(19-20)
Feb. 23
March 23
May 24
March 14
Feb. 20
Feb. 27
Feb. 20
March 10
March 28
June 11
March 4, 5, 9
and 10
(11-15)
March 24-25
(4-55)
May 26-28, 31
& June 1
(13-20)
March 17, 18
& 20
(9-40)
March 1, 2,
6-9 & 12
(10-55)
March 5-7, 12
& 13
(13-25)
March 5-6, 7
& 10
(12-55)
March 12, 15,
17-18
(12-18)**
March 29
(2-30)
June 13-15
(14-50)
March 25, 26
and 28
(7-25)
March 25*
(Discussed
with interim
Rly Budget)
June 14-15
(4-55)
May 18, 19
and 22
(5-48)
March 20 &
21
(7-10)
March 19, 20
& 23
(7-35)
March 17-19
(8-00)
March 23
(5-22)
March 29*
(Discussed
with interim
Rly Budget)
June 16-17
(8-20)
General Budget Railway Budget
Year Presentation General
discussion
(Time Taken)
Discussion on
Demands for
Grants
(Time Taken)
Consideration
of Finance Bill
(Time Taken)
Presentation General
discussion
(Time Taken)
Discussion on
Demands for
Grants
(Time Taken)
* Date on which the Demands on Account were voted in election year.
** Discussed with Sy. Demands for Grants (Railways) for 1975-76.
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1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
Feb. 28
Feb. 28
March 11
June 18
Feb. 28
Feb. 27
Feb. 28
Feb. 29
(1-28)
March 16
(1-48)
March 13-16
(15-45)
March 12, 13,
15, & 16
(17-45)
March 12-14
(7-58)
June 26, 27,
30 July 1
(16-30)
March 9-13
(20-07)
March 8, 9,
11-12, 15-16
(18-58)
March 14-18
(19-47)
March 9,
12-14
(15-47)
March 21-23
& 25
(19-45)
March 27-31
April 3-7,
10-14, 17-20,
24-26
(95-31)
March 26-28,
30 April 2-4,
6, 9, 11, 12,
16, 20, 23
(69-12)
March 14
(Discussed
along with
Gen. Budget)
July 5, 7-11,
15-19, 21-23
(63-23)
March 23-27,
30, 31 April
1-3, 6-10, 15,
16, 20 & 21
(66-27)
March 22-26,
29-31 April 1,
5, 7, 8, 12, 15,
16, 19-21
(82-43)
March 23, 24,
30 & 31 April
4-8, 11-13, 15,
18-20, 22 &
26 (82-
47)
March 20-23,
26-30 April
2-5, 7, 9, 11,
12, 16
(69-53)
April 1, 2,
8-12, 15-19,
22-26, 29 & 30
May 2, 3 & 7
(102-01)
April 27-29
May 11
(13-10)
April 24-26
(17-25)
March 14
(1-38)
July 24-25,
29-31
(22-00)
April 22-24,
27-29
(14-15)
April 22, 23,
26-27
(12-43)
April 27-29
May 2
(16-05)
April 18-19,
21 & 23
(15-04)
May 8-10
(11-15)
Feb. 21
Feb. 20
March 11
June 16
Feb. 19
Feb. 23
Feb. 24
Feb. 24
(1-15)
March 14
(0-40)
March 6, 8-10
(14-00)
March 5-8
(12-05)
March 12
(3-40)
June 17-20
(12-40)
Feb. 26-28,
March 2, 3 & 5
(13-35)
March 1-3 (11-
27)
March 1-4
(12-50)
March 5-7
(10-42)
March 18-20
(10-05)
March 17 & 20
(3-15)
March 16 & 19
(5-15)*
March 12
(Discussed
along with Rly
Budget)
July 2
(5-20)
March 16-17
(6-05)
March 16 & 17
(5-20)
March 19-21
(6-40)
March 15
(5-20)
March 20
(3-55)
General Budget Railway Budget
Year Presentation General
discussion
(Time Taken)
Discussion on
Demands for
Grants
(Time Taken)
Consideration
of Finance Bill
(Time Taken)
Presentation General
discussion
(Time Taken)
Discussion on
Demands for
Grants
(Time Taken)
* Discussed together with the Supplementary Demands (Railways) for 1978-79 and the Resolution regarding
Railway Convention Committee.
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1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
Feb. 28
(2-09)
Feb. 28
(1-32)
Feb. 29
(2-05)
Feb. 28
(1-35)
March 19
(2-14)
March 4
(Interim
Budget)
(0-20)
July 24
(2-12)
March 7,
10-13
(19-37)
March 9, 10,
12 & 13
(15-58)
March 14-18
(21-35)
March 13,
15-17
(16-30)
March 26-28
(16-01)
March 11
(listed but not
discussed)
July 29-31
Aug. 1, 2, 5
& 6
(23-01)
March 19-21,
24 & 31
April 1-4,
7-11, 15-17,
21 & 23
(88-59)
March 23-27,
30, 31
April 1-3, 6,
8-10, 20-24,
27 & 28
(85-30)
March 29 &
30 April 4-8,
11, 12, 18-22,
25 & 26
(73-10)
April 5-7,
10, 12, 19-21
& 26
(28-06)
April 4, 5,
9-12, 16-20,
23-25
May 7, 8, 10,
11, 14-16
(73-33)
March 11
(Without
discussion)
Aug. 20 to
September 5
(46-08)
April 24, 25
and 28
(13-24)
April 29, 30 &
May 4
(12-00)
April 27-29
May 2
(14-15)
April 27 & 28
May 2
(13-30)
May 16 & 17
(5-32)
March 11
(Without
discussion)
Sept. 11-14
(15-56)
Feb. 26
(0-40)
Feb. 25
(0-57)
Feb. 24
(0-55)
Feb. 23
(1-00)
March 14
(1-05)
Feb. 25
(Interim
Budget)
(0-55)
July 16
(0-44)
March 4-6
(14-07)
March 3-5
and 9 (14-53)
March 8-11
and 14
(16-45)
March 3,
7-10
(21-57)
March 21-23
& 26
(12-55)
March 11
(listed but not
discussed)
July 20, 24 &
25
(13-52)
March 13
(4-38)
March 18
(2-01)
March 21
(2-40)
March 17
(1-30)
Discussed
alongwith
General
discussion on
Rly. Budget
on 26
March, 90
Demands on
Account,
Supplementary
Demands and
Demands for
Excess
Grants voted
without
discussion on
11.3.1991
Discussed
alongwith
General
discussion on
Rly Budget &
Appro.(Rly)
No.3 Bill
1991, passed
on 25.7.1991
General Budget Railway Budget
Year Presentation General
discussion
(Time Taken)
Discussion on
Demands for
Grants
(Time Taken)
Consideration
of Finance Bill
(Time Taken)
Presentation General
discussion
(Time Taken)
Discussion on
Demands for
Grants
(Time Taken)
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1992
1993
1994
1995
Feb. 29
(2-00)
Feb. 27
(1-39)
Feb. 28
(1-44)
March 15
(1-34)
March 23, 25
& 26
(17-45)
April 20-23 &
26
(20-56)
March 18 &19
and April 25
(17-35)
March 27*
(5-31)
March 31,
April 2, 3,
6-10, 20-24,
27-29
(40-56)
April 27 to
May 4
(22-32)
April 28 to
May 3
(15-41)
May 5-17
(19-34)
April 30
May 4-6
(11-28)
May 4 & 5
(10-18)
May 4-6
(14-22)
May 18, 19,
22 & 23
(14-25)
Feb. 25
(0-45)
Feb. 24
(0-55)
Feb. 24
(1-00)
March 14
(1-27)
March 11-13,
16 & 17
(17-00)
March 30 & 31
(17-27)
March 4, 8
& 9
(15-26)
May 2-4
(18-58)
Discussed
alongwith
General
discussion on
Railway
Budget and
Appro. Bill
passed on
17.3.1992
Discussed
alongwith
General
discussion on
Railway
Budget &
Appr. Bills
passed on
31.3.1993
April 26, 27
(8-58)
Discussed
alongwith
General
discussion on
Rly Budget
and the
Resolution
reg. Railway
Convention
Committee
and Appron.
(Railways)
Bill, 1995
passed on
4.5.1995
General Budget Railway Budget
Year Presentation General
discussion
(Time Taken)
Discussion on
Demands for
Grants
(Time Taken)
Consideration
of Finance Bill
(Time Taken)
Presentation General
discussion
(Time Taken)
Discussion on
Demands for
Grants
(Time Taken)
* Discussion inconclusive. Demands for Grants on Account and Supplementary Demands for 1994-95 were
voted without discussion on 30.3.1995.
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Year Presentation General
discussion
(Time Taken)
Discussion on
Demands for
Grants
(Time Taken)
Consideration
of Finance Bill
(Time Taken)
Presentation General
discussion
(Time Taken)
Discussion on
Demands for
Grants
(Time Taken)
1996
1997
1998
1999
Feb. 28
(Interim
Budget)
(1-02)
July 22
(1-30)
Feb. 28
(1-27)
March 25
(Interim
Budget)
(0-12)
June 1
(1-55)
Feb. 27
(1-52)
March 11
(3-45)
Aug. 26, 27,
29, 30 and
Sept. 6
(13-39)
March 14,
17-20
(17-56)
March 26
(3-15)
June 10-12
(14-14)
March 15 &
16 upto
17.3.99
(9-08)
March 11
(Discussed
alongwith
Interim
General
Budget)
Sept. 9
(3-22)
May 5 & 6
(10-12)
March 26
(Discussed
alongwith
Interim
General
Budget)
July 10 & 14
(1-02)
All the
Demands
were voted in
full on 22.4.99
(without
discussion)
March 11
Sept. 11 & 12
(2-50)
May 7-9
(11-56)
March 26
(Without
discussion)
July 15-17
(11-04)
April 22
(Without
discussion)
March 11
(Discussed
alongwith
Interim Rly
Budget)
Discussed
alongwith
General
discussion on
Railway
Budget and
Appron. Bill
passed on
30.7.96
April 30 &
May 2
(7-45)
March 26
(Discussed
alongwith
Interim
Railway
Budget)
July 7
(5-15)
April 22
(Without
discussion)
March 11
(2-40)
July 24,
25 & 30
(25-16)
March 6,
10-13
(26-14)
March 26
(3-45)
**June 4, 5, 8
(upto 6.04
a.m..on
9.6.98) & 9
(21-13)
March 13
(10-56)
Feb. 27
(Interim Rly
Budget)
(0-55)
July 16
(1-30)
Feb. 26
(1-25)
March 25
(Interim Rly
Budget)
(0-26)
May 29
(0-56)
Feb.25
(1-02)
** Discussed alongwith Status paper on Railways
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Year Presentation General
discussion
(Time Taken)
Discussion on
Demands for
Grants
(Time Taken)
Consideration
of Finance Bill
(Time Taken)
Presentation General
discussion
(Time Taken)
Discussion on
Demands for
Grants
(Time Taken)
April 19
(4-54)
March 20
(0-01)
(Without
discussion)
April 23
(4-43)
April 21
(4-56)
Feb. 3
[Discussed
with interim
budget, Vote
on Account
(Rly)]
Aug. 23
(Without
discussion)
April 20
(3-36)
March 11
(0-06)
April 26
(0-5)
(without
discussion)
March 14
(11-17)
March 20
(Without
discussion)
+March 21
(8-24)
March 4-6
(10-58)
Feb. 3
[Discussed
with Vote on
Account and
Demands for
Grants (Rly)])
(4-19)
July 7, 9, 13
& 14
[Discussed
with Vote on
A/c (Rly)]
(11-30)
March 10, 11,
14 & 15
(14-32)
March 1, 2
& 3
(14-57)
March 8 & 9
(12-49)
Feb. 25
(1-27)
Feb. 26
(1-15)
Feb. 26
(1-00)
Feb. 26
(1-04)
Jan. 30
(Interim
Budget)
(0-40)
July 6
(1-49)
Feb.26
(1-55)
Feb. 24
(1-35)
Feb. 26
(1-02)
May 3 & 4
(10-20)
April 25
(6-15)
April 26 & 29
(10-26)
April 25,
28-30
(12-48)
Feb. 4
(0-01)
(Without
discussion)
Aug. 26
(Without
discussion)
April 28, 29 &
May 2
(10-21)
March 18 &
20
(8-02)
April 30,
May 3
(8-51)
April 25 & 26
May 2 (16-
15)
April 24
(6-47)
April 24
(5-40)
April 22, 23
& 25
(12-56)
Feb.4
[Discussed
with interim
budget, Vote
on Account &
Sy. Demands
(Gen)]
Aug. 25
(Without
discussion)
April 21, 25
& 27
(14-24)
March 13, 14,
& 17
(19-02)
April 26, 27
& 28
(15-32)
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2004
2005
2006
2007
Feb. 29
(1-56)
Feb. 28
(1-52)
Feb. 28
(1-46)
Feb. 28
(2-14)
Feb. 3
(Interim
Budget)
(0-49)
July 8
(1-48)
Feb. 28
(1-49)
Feb. 28
(1-36)
Feb. 28
(1-42)
March 15
(11-49)
March 20
(0-07)
(Without
discussion)
March 19*
& 20
(14-33)
March 6, 7,
10 & 11
(14-45)
Feb. 4
[Discussed
with Vote on
Account, Sy.
Demands &
Demands for
Grants)]
(7-13)
July 14, 16,
20 and 21
[Discussed
with Vote on
A/c and
Excess
Demands
(Gen)]
(17-26)
March 15, 16,
& 17$
(17-35)
March 12, 13,
14 & 16
(13-07)
March 12, 13,
14 & 16
(17-30)
* Discussed alongwith Demands (Vote on Account), Supplementary Demands for 2001-02 and Excess Demands,
1998-99.
+ Discussed alongwith Railway (Vote on Account) and Railway Supplementary Demands for 2001-02.
$ Demands for Grants on Account and Supplementary Demands for Grants were also discussed on these days.
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Year Presentation General
discussion
(Time Taken)
Discussion on
Demands for
Grants
(Time Taken)
Consideration
of Finance Bill
(Time Taken)
Presentation General
discussion
(Time Taken)
Discussion on
Demands for
Grants
(Time Taken)
April 16 & 17
(4-27)
Feb. 18 & 19
March 5, 10
& 11
(14-45)
Feb. 18 & 19
(5-30)
(Discussed
alongwith
Demands for
Grants on
Account
(Railways),
2009-10
Supplemen-
tary Demands
for Grants
(Railways),
2008-09 and
Demands for
Excess Grants
(Railways),
2006-07
Feb. 26
(1-56)
Feb 13
(Interim
Budget)
(0-42)
April 25, 28
& 29
(9-05)
Feb. 24
(0-20)
April 21, 22,
23, & 24
(4 sitting)
(24-53)
Feb. 20 & 24
2008
2009
Feb. 29
(1-50)
Feb. 16
(Interim
Budget)
(0-49 mts.)
March 12, 13
& 14$
(3 sittings)
(16-17)
Feb. 20 & 24
(7-20)
Discussed
alongwith
Demands for
Grants on
Account
(Genl.)
2009-10 &
Supplemen-
tary Demands
for Grants
(Genl.)
2008-09
NOTE : Time taken in hour(s) - minutes indicated within bracket under each column.
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Year General discussion
(Time Taken)
Consideration of
Appropriation Bill
relating to Demands
for Grants
Consideration of
Finance Bill
General discussion Appropriation Bill
relating to Demands
for Grants
TABLE – 26
DATES OF GENERAL DISCUSSION ON GENERAL AND RAILWAY BUDGETS AND CONSIDERATION
AND RETURN OF APPROPRIATION BILLS RELATING TO THE DEMANDS FOR GRANTS
BY THE RAJYA SABHA SINCE 1952
*1952
*1953
*1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
May 26-28
March 2-5
March 2, 4, 6 and 8
March 3, 7 &10
(16-50)
March 5-8
(19-25)
March 25 & 26
(7-15)
May 20-23
(20-50)
March 3, 4, 7, 10 & 11
(20-00)
March 3, 4, 9 & 10
(19-20)
March 3, 4 & 7
(15-00)
March 6, 8, 9 & 13
(17-25)
March 26-28
(4-25)
May 3, 7-9
(16-40)
March 4-7
(19-30)
July 15 & 17
April 10, 15 & 16
April 20-22 & 24
April 23 & 25
(9-45)
April 24-26
(7-35)
March 28 - Vote on
Account)
(1-00)
Aug. 27-30
(17-15)
April 23, 24, 29 & 30
(13-25)
April 22-24
(9-10)
April 20 & 21
(8-20)
April 24-26
(9-20)
March 29 – Vote on
Account
(0-15)
June 15, 16 & 18
(11-10)
April 23-24
(8-40)
**
April 21-23
April 24 & 26
April 25 & 26
(9-30)
April 26-27
(7-20)
March 28
(1-30)
Sept. 2 & 3
(11-05)
April 26 & 28
(9-30)
April 24, 27 & 28
(7-45)
April 25-27
(8-25)
April 26-28
(9-30)
March 29
(0-30)
June 19-21
(12-50)
April 25-26
(9-30)
May 29-31
Feb. 20, 21 & 23
Feb. 23-25 & March 1
Feb. 28 and
March 1 & 2
(10-55)
Feb. 29 and
March 1 & 2
(15-05)
March 21 & 25
(4-05)
May 27 & 28
(11-10)
Feb. 19, 20, 25 & 26
(14-00)
Feb. 23-25
(13-35)
Feb. 22-24
(12-40)
Feb. 21-23 & 27
(11-45)
March 19 & 26
(2-55)
April 23-26
(14-25)
Feb. 27, 28 & March 2
(15-10)
July 14
March 7
March 15
March 14 & 15
(3-00)
March 15 & 16
(3-05)
March 29 – Vote on
Account
(1-25)
Aug. 20-22
(8-15)
March 13 & 14
(6-00)
March 11-13
(4-20)
March 8-10
(5-30)
March 16
(3-50)
March 30 – Vote on
Account
(1-15)
May 10
(4-10)
March 18
(3-45)
* Time taken on various items not available.
** Finance Bill was passed by Provisional Parliament on 5 March, 1952 when the Rajya Sabha had not yet been
constituted.
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Year General discussion
(Time Taken)
Consideration of
Appropriation Bill
relating to Demands
for Grants
Consideration of
Finance Bill
General discussion Appropriation Bill
relating to Demands
for Grants
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
March 10-13 & 16
(23-20)
March 10, 11 15,
16 & 22
(17-55)
March 16, 17, 21-23
(16-00)
March 28
(5-50)
June 15, 17, 19-22
(18-15)
March 14, 18-21
(13-56)
March 15, 17-20
(16-02)
March 16-18 and
24 & 25
(16-13)
March 27& 29
(3-15)
June 8-10 & 14
(13-45)
March 22, 28 & 29
(10-00)
March 12-15
(14-52)
March 12-14 & 18
(12-20)
March 17-20
(14-45)
March 23-25
(9-05)
April 22, 27-29
(10-15)
May 4-6
(11-15)
May 5, 7 & 9
(9-30)
March 30 – Vote on
Account
(3-00)
July 25-27
(12-25)
April 30 and May 1&2
(11-45)
May 6-8
(11-35)
May 4-6
(11-52)
March 29
(0-40)
July 28-30
(9-10)
May 16-18
(10-20)
May 2 & 3
(4-35)
May 2 & 7
(7-10)
May 5-6
(6-32)
May 17 & 18
(7-26)
April 24, 25 & 27
(12-25)
May 8 & 10
(7-30)
May 10-12
(8-20)
April 10 & 11
(5-45)
Aug. 1-3
(10-45)
May 6 & 7
(7-35)
May 10 &12
(9-00)
May 11&12
(8-20)
March 31
(0-30)
Aug. 4 & 5
(8-30)
May 22 & 23
(8-35)
May 7-8
(7-10)
May 8 & 9
(10-35)
May 7 & 8
(6-47)
May 19 & 20
(7-45)
Feb. 27, 29
March 2 & 3
(14-10)
Feb. 22-25
(10-35)
March 8-10 & 14
(10-35)
March 29
(3-45)
June 12-15
(12-00)
March 4, 7, 8 & 11
(10-13)
March 11-13
(9-35)
March 10-12
(10-27)
March 25
(2-15)
June 1-3
(9-35)
March 20 & 21
(7-20)
March 5-7
(10-10)
March 4-6
(7-10)
March 4-6
(8-46)
March 17, 18 & 22
(8-09)
March 5 & 9
(6-48)
March 23-24
(4-30)
March 29
(3-25)
March 30 – Vote on
Account
(1-15)
June 24
(4-20)
March 23 & 25
(3-07)
March 20 & 24
(3-10)
March 31
(1-05)
*March 27
(2-15)
June 17
(3-50)
May 24 & 25
(7-13)
March 27
(3-35)
March 25
(3-45)
March 22
(4-05)
March 29
(1-30)
* Discussed along with Appropriation (Railway) Bill
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1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
March 30-31
(3-20)
June 21-23, 27
(15-10)
March 14-16 & 20
(14-45)
March 12, 13 15,
19 & 20
(17-35)
March 13 & 17
(8-24)
July 1-4 & 7
(17-40)
March 9-12 & 16
(13-06)
March 11, 15-17
(16-39)
March 16, 17 21 & 22
(15-40)
March 12-15
(16-45)
March 21, 25-27
(15-15)
March 12-14 17 & 18
(18-50)
March 9-13
(19-51)
March 21-24
(19-58)
March 15-17 27 & 28
(18-18)
March 27-29
(11-51)
March 31
(0-16)
July 19-21
(6-53)
May 2-3
(7-55)
April 25, 26 & 30
(7-00)
March 17
(0-25)
July 28-30
(6-32)
April 28 & 29
(4-32)
April 29 and May 3
(5-06)
April 28 and May 2
(4-33)
April 25
(4-20)
May 9, 13 & 14
(5-00)
April 28
(6-15)
March 17
(2-39)
May 4
(2-55)
May 3
(4-17)
May 22 (Without
discussion)
April 4
(0-40)
July 26-28
(12-25)
May 4, 8 & 9
(10-25)
May 2, 3 & 7
(9-32)
March 18
(1-27)
Aug. 4, 5 & 7
(10-03)
May 4-7
(7-15)
May 4 & 5
(7-16)
May 5 & 9
(8-17)
May 2 & 3
(8-13)
May 14-17
(10-22)
May 5 & 6
(10-44)
May 6 & 7
(8-22)
May 5, 9 & 10
(8-16)
May 8 & 9
(8-25)
May 22 (Without
discussion)
March 30
(2-53)
June 14-16
(8-29)
March 8, 9 & 13
(9-42)
March 6-8 &12
(13-55)
March 12
(4-35)
June 18, 19, 26 & 30
(8-36)
Feb. 28, March 2,
3 & 5
(15-07)
March 3, 4 & 8
(10-50)
March 2, 3, 14 & 15
(13-55)
March 6-8
(13-00)
March 18-21
(11-35)
March 5, 6, 10 & 11
(11-00)
March 18 & 19
(7-39)
March 10, 15-17 & 21
(10-02)
March 8-10, 13 & 14
(11-44)
March 22, 23 & 26
(12-00)
*March 31
(0-24)
June 20
(2-55)
March 22
(1-45)
March 27
(4-05)
March 18
(3-15)
July 7
(3-12)
March 24
(4-38)
March 24
(4-44)
March 23
(3-09)
March 20
(3-35)
March 28
(3-05)
March 19
(4-46)
March 19 (Discussed
with the Railway
Budget)
March 29
(2-05)
March 29
(2-31)
March 27 (Without
discussion)
General Budget Railway Budget
Year General discussion
(Time Taken)
Consideration of
Appropriation Bill
relating to Demands
for Grants
Consideration of
Finance Bill
General discussion Appropriation Bill
relating to Demands
for Grants
* Discussed along with Appropriation (Railway) Bill
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1991
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1996
1997
1998
1998
1999
March 11 (Interim
Budget)
(0-40)
July 29-31
(14-35)
March 24, 26 & 27
(14-40)
April 29
May 4 & 5
(7-55)
March 15-17
(14-24)
May 10, 16-18,
24 & 25
(9-34)
General discussion on
Interim Budget was
not held
Aug. 26, .27 29 and
Sept. 2 & 9
(13-54)
March 17-19
(10-51)
Interim Budget
(Discussion not held)
June 8-11
(15-06)
Discussion not held
March 11 (Without
discussion)
Sept. 9 & 10
(2-37)
May 6 & 7
(1-43)
May 5
(1-12)
May 9 (Discussed
alongwith Finance Bill)
May 24 (Without
discussion)
*Appron. Bills relating
to Demands for
Grants were not
considered.
Sept. 12 (Without
discussion)
May 12 & 13
(Discussed alongwith
Finance Bill)
March 27
( without discussion)
July 20
(3-29)
April 23 ( without
discussion)
March 11 (Without
discussion)
Sept. 17 & 18
(6-47)
May 11
(5-43)
May 10
(2-46)
May 9
(4-56)
May 25
(3-15)
*Finance Bill, 1996
was not considered
Sept. 13
(2-04)
May 12 & 13
(6-33)
March 27 (without
discussion)
July 23
(5-48)
April 23 (without
discussion)
March 11 (Interim
Rly. Budget)
(0-09)
July 20, 24 & 26
(7-25)
March 11-13, 16-18
(13-18)
March 22, 23 & 31
(9-55)
May 3-5
(10-12)
May 3, 4, 8 & 9
(10-22)
General discussion on
Interim Rly Budget
was not held
July 25, 26 & 31
(10-34)
March 14, 15 & 17
(10-52)
March 27
(Interim Budget)
(3-07)
June 3 & 4
(Discussed with
status paper on Rlys)
(8-44)
Discussion not held
March 11 (Without
discussion)
July 26 (Without
discussion)
March 23
(0-47)
March 31
(1-12)
May 3-5 (Discussed
alongwith Railway
Budget)
May 9
(0-24)
*Appropriation bills
relating to Demands
for Grants were not
considered.
July 31
(0-08)
May 7 & 8
(4-42)
March 27
(Discussed with
Interim Rly Budget)
July 13
(3-00)
April 23 (without
discussion)
General Budget Railway Budget
Year General discussion
(Time Taken)
Consideration of
Appropriation Bill
relating to Demands
for Grants
Consideration of
Finance Bill
General discussion Appropriation Bill
relating to Demands
for Grants
* These were deemed to have been passed by both Houses of Parliament in terms of article 109(5) of the
Constitution.
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Year General discussion
(Time Taken)
Consideration of
Appropriation Bill
relating to Demands
for Grants
Consideration of
Finance Bill
General discussion Appropriation Bill
relating to Demands
for Grants
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
March 16 (Discussed
alongwith the
Appropriation (Vote
on Account) Bill, 2000
& the Appropriation
Bill, 2000
(0-05)
Discussion not held
#March 18, 19 & 22
(6-44)
March 11-13
(11-48)
Feb. 5
(Interim Budget)
(6-27)
July 19 & 20
(9-34)
(Discussed
inconclusively)
March 17-18
(10-00)
March 10 & 13
(9-39)
(Time allotted 8 hrs)
March 14 & 19
(1-46)
(Time allotted 12 hrs.)
March 13, 14 & 17
(13-46)
(Time allotted 12 hrs)
Feb. 25$
(interim Budget)
(0-57)
May 8
(3-45)
April 26
(4-32)
April 30
(1.05)
May 5 & 6
(6-06)
* Feb. 5 (Without
discussion)
August 26 (Without
discussion)
April 29
(0-39)
March 20
(Time allotted 1 hour)
May 4*
(3-45)
(Time allotted 2 hrs.)
April 30
(5-07)
(Time allotted 4 hrs)
(Discussed alongwith
Finance Bill)
Feb. 25
(Time allotted 6 hrs)
May 9
(6-22)
April 26 (Discussed
with Demands for
Grants (Gen)
May 6
(3-40)
May 5 & 6 (Discussed
with Appr Bill rel. to
Demands for Grants)
Feb. 5 (Without
discussion)
August 26 (Without
discussion)
May 5
(4-12)
March 21
(2-15)
(Time allotted 4 hrs.)
Feb. 25
(without discussion)
March 16
(4-16)
Discussion not held
March 22
(1-21)
March 3-5 & 7 (9-52)
@ Feb. 3 & 4
July 7, 12-14
(11-42)
March 14 & 16
(8-18)
March 6, 7 & 9
(19-6)
(Time allotted 8 hrs.)
March 12, 13 & 14
(13-32)
(Time allotted 12 hrs.)
March 10, 11, & 12
(11-34)
(Time allotted 12 hrs)
Feb. 19 & 20
(5-41)
(Time allotted 4 hrs)
May 3
(5-03)
April 25
(6-38)
April 24
(3-31)
April 23
(2-30)
Feb. 4 (Without
discussion)
August 25 (Without
discussion)
April 27
(2-16)
March 18
(1-42)
(Time allotted 1 hour)
May 3
(0-7)
(without discussion)
April 22
(3-39)
(Time allotted 4 hrs)
Feb. 20
(without
discussion)
$ Discussed alongwith the Appropriation relating to Vote on Accounts, Supplementary Demands (General).
# Discussed alongwith Appr. Bills relating to Demands for Grants on Accounts, Supplementary Demands and Excess Demands
(Railways)
N.B. Time taken in hour(s) – minutes, is indicated within bracket under each column.
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TABLE – 27
DISCUSSIONS HELD ON GOVERNMENT MOTIONS IN LOK SABHA AND RAJYA SABHA SINCE 1993
LOK SABHA
Sl.
No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Subject/Motion
“That this House do consider the
background note on Review of Drug
Policy, 1986, laid on the Table of the
House on the 12
th
August, 1992.
“That this House do consider the
implications of the Dunkel Draft text
on the trade negotiations with special
reference to its effect on India’ s
interests.”
“That this House do consider the
Twenty-eighth and the Twenty-ninth
Report s of t he erst whi l e
Commissioner for Scheduled Castes
and Scheduled Tribes for the years
1986-87 and 1987-89, laid on the
Table of the House on 9
th
May, 1989
and 29
th
August, 1990, respectively
and the Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and the
Ei ght h Report s of t he Nat i onal
Commission for Scheduled Castes
and Scheduled Tribes for the years
1982-83, 1983-84, 1984-85 and 1985-
86 laid on the Table of the House on
5
th
March, 1986, 26
th
August, 1987,
4
th
May, 1988 and 21
st
November,
1988 respectively.”
“That this House do consider the Draft
Agriculture Policy Resolution (as
modified) laid on the Table of the
House on the 14
th
May, 1993.”
“That this House do consider the
Approach Paper to the Ninth Five Year
Plan (1997- 2002) laid on the Table
of the House on the 26
th
February,
1997.”
“That the ‘Status Paper on Railways’
some issues and Options’, laid on the
Table of the House be taken into
consideration.”
Minister who moved
the Motion
Shri Eduardo Fal ei ro,
Mi ni st er of St at e f or
Chemicals & Fertilizers
Shri Pranab Mukherjee,
Minister of Commerce
Shri K.V. Thangka Balu,
MOS for Welfare
Shri Bal ram Jakhar,
Minister of Agriculture
Shri Yogendra K.Alagh,
Mi ni st er of St at e
(Independent Charge) for
Planning
Shri Ni ti sh Kumar,
Minister of Railways
Date(s) of
discussion
19.8.93
21.8.93
6.12.93
7.12.93
9.12.93
10.12.93
23.8.94
24.8.94
(Eleventh
Session)
7.12.94
8.12.94
9.12.94
(Twelfth
Session)
7.8.95
8.8.95
9.8.95
12.5.97
13.5.97
4.6.98
5.6.98
8.6.98
9.6.98
Time Taken
Hrs:Mts
4:14
11:55
11:14
12:15
5:39
21:09
Remarks
The MOS replied
& discussion
concluded.
Minister Replied &
discussion
concluded.
The MOS replied
& discussion
concluded.
Minister replied
and discussion
concluded.
Discussion not
concluded.
Discussed
alongwith Budget
Railways
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7.
8.
9.
“That this House do consider the Final
Report of the Jain Commission and
Memorandum of Action Taken on the
Report, laid on the Table of the House
on the 31
st
July, 1998.”
“That this House do consider the
Thi rti eth Report of the erstwhi l e
Commissioner for Scheduled Castes
and Scheduled Tribes for the year
1989-91, laid on the Table of the Lok
Sabha on the 28
th
July, 1998.”
“That this House do consider the
progress of implementation of Part-IX
and Part-IX-A of the Constitution
deal i ng wi t h Panchayat s and
Municipalities as institutions of self-
government during the last ten years.”
Shri Madan Lal Khurana,
Minister of Parliamentary
Aff ai rs and Touri sm
moved the moti on on
behal f of Mi ni st er of
Home Affairs
Smt. Maneka Gandhi ,
Mi ni st er of St at e
(Independent Charge) for
Soci al Just i ce &
Empowerment
Shri Kashi ram Rana,
Mi ni st er of Rural
Development
5.8.98
6.8.98
8.12.98
10.12.98
24.7.2003
25.7.2003
14:28
2:35
9:12
Minister of Home
Affairs replied and
discussion
concluded.
Discussion not
concluded.
Minister replied
and discussion
concluded.
Sl.
No.
Subject/Motion Minister who moved
the Motion
Date(s) of
discussion
Time Taken
Hrs:Mts
Remarks
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Sl.
No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Subject/Motion
“That the background note on Review
of Drug Policy, 1986, which was laid
on the Table of the Rajya Sabha on
the 12
th
August, 1992, be taken into
consideration”.
“That this House do consider the
implications of the Dunkel Draft text on
the trade negotiations with special
reference to i ts effect on Indi a’s
interests.”
“That Twenty-eighth and the Twenty-
ni nth Reorts of the erstwhi l e
Commissioner for Scheduled Castes
and Scheduled Tribes for the years
1986-87 and 1987-90 laid on the Table
of the Rajya Sabha on 9
th
May, 1989
and 31
st
August, 1990, respectively,
and the Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and the
Eighth Reports of the Commission
(now Nati onal Commi ssi on) for
Scheduled Castes and Scheduled
Tribes for the years 1982-83, 1983-84,
1984-85 and 1985-86 laid on the Table
of the Rajya Sabha on 7
th
March, 1986,
28
th
August, 1987, 6
th
May, 1988 and
18
th
November, 1988 respectively, be
taken into consideration.”
“That this House do consider the Draft
Agriculture Policy Resolution (as
modified) laid on the Table of the
House on the 14
th
May, 1993.”
“That the ‘Status Paper on Railways:
Some issues and Options’, laid on the
Table of the House on 28
th
May, 1998,
be taken into consideration.”
“That this House do consider the Final
Report of the Jain Commission and
Memorandum of Action Taken on the
Report, laid on the Table of the House
on the 31
st
July, 1998.”
Minister who moved
the Motion
Shri Eduardo Fal ei ro,
Mi ni ster of State for
Chemicals & Fertilizers
Shri Pranab Mukherjee,
Minister of Commerce
Shri K.V. Thangka Balu,
MOS for Welfare
Shri Bal ram Jakhar,
Minister of Agriculture
Shri Ni ti sh Kumar,
Minister of Railways
Shri L.K. Advani, Minister
of Home Affairs
Date(s) of
discussion
18.8.93
19.8.93
23.8.93
6.12.93
7.12.93
27.7.94
2.8.94
3.8.94
4.8.94
1.8.95
2.8.95
3.8.95
3.6.98
4.6.98
3.8.98
4.8.98
Time Taken
Hrs:Mts
5:39
6:13
7:01
6:30

8:40
Remarks
d
The MOS replied
& discussion
concluded.
Minister Replied &
discussion
concluded.
The MOS replied
& discussion
concluded.
Minister replied
and discussion
concluded.
Discussed
alongwith Budget
(Railways),
1998-99.
Minister replied
and discussion
concluded.
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The MOS replied
and discussion
concluded.
Minister replied
and discussion
concluded.
MOS replied and
discussion
concluded
Minister replied
and discussion
concluded.
Minister replied
and discussion
concluded.
5:46
5:21
5:35
2:58
6:00
1.12.98
2.12.98
3.12.98
7.12.98
23.11.2000
24.11.2000
24.7.2003
25.7.2003
13.8.2003
9.12.2003
and
10.12.2003
Smt. Maneka Gandhi ,
Mi ni ster of State
(Independent Charge) for
Soci al Justi ce &
Empowerment
Shri Jaswant Si ngh,
Mi ni ster of External
Affairs
Shri Annasaheb M.K.
Pati l , MOS for Rural
Development
Dr. Murli Manohar Joshi,
Mi ni ster of Human
Resource Development,
Science & Technology
and Ocean Development
Dr. Murli Manohar Joshi,
Mi ni ster of Human
Resource Development,
Science & Technology
and Ocean Development
“That this House do consider the
Thi rti eth Report of the erstwhi l e
Commissioner for Scheduled Castes
and Scheduled Tribes for the year
1989-91 laid on the Table of the Rajya
Sabha on the 27
th
July, 1998.”
“That this House do consider the
International situation.”
“That this House do consider the
progress of implementation of Part IX
and Part-IX-A of the Constitution
deal i ng wi th Panchayats and
Municipalities as institutions of self-
government during the last ten years.”
“That this House do consider the
Science and Technology Policy-2003,
laid on the Table of Rajya Sabha on
the 7
th
March, 2003.”
“That this House do consider the
National Charter for Children, 2003,
laid on the Table of the Rajya Sabha
on the 5
th
December, 2003”.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Sl.
No.
Subject/Motion Minister who moved
the Motion
Date(s) of
discussion
Time Taken
Hrs:Mts
Remarks
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NO CONFIDENCE MOTIONS DISCUSSED IN LOK SABHA AND THEIR OUTCOME SINCE 1952
Sl. Mover Prime Date of Date of Time Taken Result
No. Minister Discussion Voting Hrs - Mts Ayes Noes
(Days)
3
RD
LOK SABHA
1. Sh. J.B. Kripalani Sh. J.L. Nehru 19.8.63 22.8.63 21 - 33 62 347
20.8.63 (Negatived)
21.8.63
22.8.63
(4)
2. Sh. N.C. Chatterjee Sh. L.B. Shastri 11.9.64 18.9.94 24 - 34 50 307
14.9.64 (Negatived)
15.9.64
16.9.64
17.9.64
18.9.64
(6)
3. Sh. S.N. Dwivedy Sh. L.B. Shastri 15.3.65 16.3.65 10 - 50 44 315
16.3.65 (Negatived)
(2)
4. Sh. M.R. Masani Sh. L.B. Shastri 23.8.65 26.8.65 15 - 48 66 318
24.8.65 (Negatived)
25.8.65
26.8.65
(4)
5. H.N. Mukherjee *Smt. Indira Gandhi 1.8.66 4.8.66 15 - 25 61 270
2.8.66 (Negatived)
3.8.66
4.8.66
(4)
6. Sh. U.M. Trivedi *Smt. Indira Gandhi 2.11.66 7.11.66 13 - 27 36 235
3.11.66 (Negatived)
4.11.66
7.11.66
(4)
4
TH
LOK SABHA
7. Sh. A.B. Vajpayee-I Smt. Indira Gandhi 18.3.67 20.3.67 8 - 13 162 257
20.3.67 (Negatived)
(2)
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8. Sh. Madhu Limaye -I Smt. Indira Gandhi 22.11.67 24.11.67 11 - 25 88 215
23.11.67 (Negatived)
24.11.67
(3)
9. Sh. Balraj Madhok Smt. Indira Gandhi 27.2.68 28.2.68 6 - 27 75 205
28.2.68 (Negatived)
(2)
10. Sh. Kanwar Lal Gupta Smt. Indira Gandhi 11.11.68 13.11.68 11 - 25 90 222
12.11.68 (Negatived)
13.11.68
(3)
11. Sh. P. Ramamurthy Smt. Indira Gandhi 18.2.69 20.2.69 10 - 06 86 215
19.2.69 (Negatived)
20.2.69
(3)
12. Sh. Madhu Limaye-II Smt. Indira Gandhi 28.7.70 29.7.70 9 - 20 137 243
29.7.70 (Negatived)
(2)
5
TH
LOK SABHA
13. Sh. Jyotirmoy Bosu-I Smt. Indira Gandhi 21.11.73 22.11.73 11 - 21 54 251
22.11.73 (Negatived)
(2)
14. Sh. Jyotirmoy Bosu-II Smt. Indira Gandhi 9.5.74 10.5.74 11 - 16 By voice (Negatived)
10.5.74 vote
(2)
15. Sh. Jyotirmoy Bosu-III Smt. Indira Gandhi 23.7.74 25.7.74 14 - 01 63 297
24.7.74 (Negatived)
25.7.74
(3)
16. Sh. Jyotirmoy Bosu-IV Smt. Indira Gandhi 9.5.75 9.5.75 6 - 06 By voice (Negatived)
(1) vote
6
TH
LOK SABHA
17. Sh. C.M. Stephen Sh. Morarji Desai 10.5.78 11.5.78 10 - 19 By voice (Negatived)
11.5.78 vote
(2)
18. Sh. Y.B. Chavan Sh. Morarji Desai 11.7.79 12.7.79 9 - 13 In concl- P.M.
12.7.79 usive dis- resigned
(2) cussion
Sl. Mover Prime Date of Date of Time Taken Result
No. Minister Discussion Voting Hrs - Mts Ayes Noes
(Days)
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TH
LOK SABHA
19. Sh. George Fernandes Smt. Indira Gandhi 8.5.81 9.5.81 10 - 40 92 278
9.5.81 (Negatived)
(2)
20. Sh. Samar Mukherjee Smt. Indira Gandhi 17.9.81 17.9.81 9 - 47 86 297
(1) (Negatived)
21. Sh. H.N. Bahuguna Smt. Indira Gandhi 16.8.82 16.8.82 10 -03 112 333
(1) (Negatived)
8
TH
LOK SABHA
22. Sh. C. Madhav Reddy Sh. Rajiv Gandhi 10.12.87 11.12.87 12 - 45 By voice (Negatived)
11.12.87 vote
(2)
10
TH
LOK SABHA
23. Sh. Jaswant Singh Sh. P.V. Narasimha Rao 15.7.92 17.7.92 14 - 00 225 271
16.7.92 (Negatived)
17.7.92
(3)
24. Sh. A.B. Vajpayee - II Sh. P.V. Narasimha Rao 17.12.92 21.12.92 21 - 44 111 336
18.12.92 (Negatived)
21.12.92
(3)
25. Sh. Ajoy Mukhopadhyay Sh. P.V. Narasimha Rao 26.7.93 28.7.93 18 - 20 251 265
27.7.93 (Negatived)
28.7.93
(3)
13
TH
LOK SABHA
26. Smt. Sonia Gandhi Sh. A.B. Vajpayee 18.8.2003 19.8.2003 21 - 07 189 314
19.8.2003 (Negatived)
(2)
* She was a Member of Rajya Sabha at that time
Sl. Mover Prime Date of Date of Time Taken Result
No. Minister Discussion Voting Hrs - Mts Ayes Noes
(Days)
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CONFIDENCE MOTIONS SO FAR LISTED/DISCUSSED IN LOK SABHA
Sl. Lok Sabha Form of the Motion and Date(s) of Date of Result Time Taken
No. moved by discussion voting (Hrs-Mts)
(Session)
(Days)
1 6
th
Lok Sabha ‘That this House expresses Listed for - - -
its confidence in the Council 20.8.79 but
of Ministers’ by Shri Charan not moved as
Singh, Prime Minister PM tendered
resignation
(9
th
Session)
2 9
th
Lok Sabha ‘That this House expresses its 21.12.89 21.12.89 Adopted 5 – 20
confidence in the Council of (1
st
Session) By voice
Ministers’ moved by Shri V.P. (1 day) vote
Singh, Prime Minister.
3 9
th
Lok Sabha ‘That this House expresses its 7.11.90 7.11.90 Negatived 11 – 12
confidence in the Council of 4
th
Session Ayes-152
Ministers’ moved by Shri V.P. (1 day) Noes-356
Singh, Prime Minister.
4 9
th
Lok Sabha ‘That this House expresses its 16.11.90 16.11.90 Adopted 6 – 21
confidence in the Council of (5
th
Session) Ayes-280
Ministers’ moved by Shri (1 days) Noes-214
Chandra Shekhar,
Prime Minister.
5 10
th
Lok Sabha ‘That this House expresses its 12.7.91 15.7.91 Adopted 7 – 35
confidence in the Council of 15.7.91 Ayes-240
Ministers’ by Shri P.V. (1
st
Session) Noes 109
Narasimha Rao, (2 days)
Prime Minister.
6 11
th
Lok Sabha ‘That this House expresses its 27.5.96 Motion not PM announced 10 – 43
confidence in the Council of 28.5.96 put to vote his intention to
Ministers’ by Shri Atal Bihari 1
st
Session resign.
Vajpayee, Prime Minister. (2 days)
7 11
th
Lok Sabha ‘That this House expresses its 11.6.96 12.6.96 Adopted 12 – 28
confidence in the Council of 12.6.96 By voice vote
Ministers’ by Shri H.D. (1
st
Session)
Deve Gowda (2 days)
8 11
th
Lok Sabha ‘That this House expresses its 11.4.97 11.4.97 Negatived 11 – 45
confidence in the Council of (4
th
Session) Ayes-190
Ministers’ by Shri H.D. (1 day) Noes-338
Deve Gowda, Prime Minister
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9 11
th
Lok Sabha ‘That this House expresses its 22.4.97 22.4.97 Adopted 9 – 03
Confidence in the Council of 4
th
Session By voice vote
Ministers’ by Shri I.K. Gujral, (1 day)
Prime Minister
10 12
th
Lok Sabha ‘That this House expresses its 27.3.98 28.3.98 Adopted 17 – 56
confidence in the Council of 28.3.98 Ayes-275
Ministers’ by Shri Atal Bihari (1
st
Session) Noes 260
Vajpayee, Prime Minister (2 days)
11 12
th
Lok Sabha ‘That this House expresses its 15.4.99 17.4.99 Negatived 24 – 58
confidence in the Council of 16.4.99 Ayes-269
Ministers’ by Shri Atal Bihari 17.4.99 Noes-270
Vajpayee, Prime Minister (4
th
Session)
(3 days)
12 14
th
Lok Sabha ‘That this House expresses its 21.7.08 22.7.08 Adopted 15-11
confidence in the Council of 22.7.08 Ayes-275
Ministers’ by Dr. Manmohan (14
th
Session) Noes-256
Singh, Prime Minister (2 days)
Sl. Lok Sabha Form of the Motion and Date(s) of Date of Result Time Taken
No. moved by discussion voting (Hrs-Mts)
(Session)
(Days)
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STATEMENT SHOWING TIME LOST ON ADJOURNMENTS IN TWO HOUSES DUE TO INTERRUPTIONS
DURING THE TERM OF THE 14
TH
LOK SABHA AND CORRESPONDING PERIOD OF THE RAJYA SABHA.
(Government headed by Dr. Manmohan Singh)
Session/Duration/Sittings Total time available (Hrs.) Time Lost Reasons
Lok Sabha Rajya Sabha Lok Sabha Rajya Sabha Lok Sabha Rajya Sabha
(11.00 a.m. (11.00 a.m. Hrs. - Mts Hrs. - Mts
to to (percentage) (percentage)
6.00 p.m.) 5.00 p.m.)
1
st
201
st
42 25 16 - 57 11 - 23 On the issue of charge
(2.06.04 (4.06.04 (38%) (46%) sheeted Ministers
to to
10.06.04) 10.06.04)
Sittings Sittings
7 5
2
nd
202
nd
144 120 54 - 43 54 - 47 On the issue of charge
(5.07.04 (5.07.04 (38%) (45.65%) sheeted Ministers, Veer
to to Savarkar, non-bailable
26.08.04) 26.08.04) warrant against former CM
Sittings Sittings of Madhya Pradesh and a
24 24 union Council of Minister
etc.
3
rd
203
rd
102 85 5 - 53 1 - 16 On the issue of levelling of
(1.12.04 (1.12.04 (5%) (1.5%) charges against each other
to to by two Cabinet Minissters/
23.12.04) 23.12.04) Train accidents in Punjab/
Sittings Sittings alleged directions to CBI
17 17 given by the PMO to
re-open the case of Shri
L.K. Advani, Leader of
Opposition in Lok Sabha.
4
th
204
th
228 190 29 – 43 43 – 02 Due to political situation in
(25.02.05 (25.02.05 (13% ) (23%) Goa, Jharkhand//Not laying
to to the report of the Nanavati
13.05.05) 13.05.05) Commission and Justice
Sittings Sittings Phukan Commission/
38 38 Charge sheet filed against
Railway Minister on Fodder
Scam and investigations
conducted by CBI against
the Leader of Bahujan
Samaj Party
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5
th
205
th
144 120 10-35 14-56 On the issue of bomb
(25.7.05 (25.07.05 (7.3%) (12.4%) blasts in the Shramjeevi
to to Express near Hazrat Ganj
31.8.05) 30.8.05 Railway Station/Nanavati
Sittings Sittings Commission Report/
24 24 Interference by the
Governor of Bihar in the
working of Ministry of
Railways/appearance of
the wife of the Finance
Minister on behalf of the
Income Tax Department in
a tax related case/
question of privilege
against ‘the Pioneer’
newspaper for derogatory
article on the Speaker.
6
th
206
th
138 115 26-17 24-02 On the issue of Volker
(23.11.2005 (23.11.2005 19.4% 20.89% Comittee, decision of the
to to Govt. to shift the proposed
23.12.2005) 23.12.2005) of the National Institute of
Sittings Sittings Science from Bhubneswar
23 23 to Kolkata/interview given
by Indian Ambassador to
Croatia to a news
magazine on Volker
Report/Dharna by
students for the minority
character of Aligarh
Muslim University/killing
of five persons in the East
Champaran district of
Bihar on 12.12.05.
Session/Duration/Sittings Total time available (Hrs.) Time Lost Reasons
Lok Sabha Rajya Sabha Lok Sabha Rajya Sabha Lok Sabha Rajya Sabha
(11.00 a.m. (11.00 a.m. Hrs. - Mts Hrs. - Mts
to to (percentage) (percentage)
6.00 p.m.) 5.00 p.m.)
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7
th
207
th
210 175 37-59 23.42 Due to communal
(16.2.2006 (16..2.2006 18.8% 13.54% headcounting in Armed
to to Forces/Defreezing of
23.5.2006) 23.5.2006) account of Ottaovio
Sittings Sittings Quattrochi/protest against
35 35 USA’s President visit to
India/demolition carried
out in Delhi/Motion moved
by the Leader of House
regarding third report of
Committee on Privileges.
8
th
208
th
132 110 32.37 25.19 Due to rise in prices/
(24.7.2006 (24.7.2006 24.7% 23.0% suicide by farmers/
to to leakage of report of
25.8.2006) 25.8.2006) Justice Pathak Inquiry
Sittings Sittings Authority/letter allegedely
22 22 containing some
objectionable remarks,
written by Shri Vajjpayee
to Speaker/Vande
Matram/insults of sikh
students/release of
Maulana Masood Azhar.
9
th
209
th
120 100 24.03 29.26 On the issue reg.
(22.11.2006 (22.11.2006 20.04% 29.43% punishment of perpetrator
to to of attack on Parliament/
19.12.2006) 19.12.2006) controversial statement of
Sittings Sittings the Chinese Ambassador
20 20 over Arunachal Pradesh/
arrest of a Member of the
Union Council of Minister
for his involvement in a
murder case/defamation
of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar’s
statue in Kanpur/
demolition of Babri
Masque/Statement of
Hon’ble Prime Minister on
minorities etc.
Session/Duration/Sittings Total time available (Hrs.) Time Lost Reasons
Lok Sabha Rajya Sabha Lok Sabha Rajya Sabha Lok Sabha Rajya Sabha
(11.00 a.m. (11.00 a.m. Hrs. - Mts Hrs. - Mts
to to (percentage) (percentage)
6.00 p.m.) 5.00 p.m.)
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10
th
210
th
102 90 40.18 38.39 Due to pandemonium
Ist part Ist part 39.51% 42.94% created over the issue of
(23.2.2007 (23.2.2007 arrest of Mr. Quattrocchi,
to to prime accused in Bofors
20.3.2007) 21.3.2007) case by Interpol in
Sittings Sittings Argentina, alleged
17 18 conspiracy of the Central
2
nd
part 2
nd
part 90 65 26.08 28.19 Government against the
(26.4.2007 (26.4.2007 29.03% 43.56% Chief Minister of UP,
to to Police fiiring in
17.5.2007) 17.5.2007) Nandigram, West Bengal/
Sittings Sittings fake encounter in Gujarat
15 13 Babgaki Barrage on river
of Godavari
11
th
211
th
102 85 40.43 41.51 Due to pandemonium
(10.8.2007 (10.8.2007 39.91% 49.23% created over the issue
to to regarding Civil Nuclear
10.9.2007) 10.9.2007) Energy Cooperation with
Sittings Sittings United States, submission
17 17 made by HMPA on certain
remarks made by Shri
Geoorge Fernandes. MP
outside the House against
the Prime Minister
12
th
212
th
102 85 19.43 18.08 On the issue of
(15.11.2007 (15.11.2007 19.33% 21.33% Nandigram, West Bengal,
to to Violeance by All Advasi
7.12.2007) 7.12.2007) Students Association of
Sittings Sittings Assam and demolition of
17 17 Babri Mosque.
13
th
213
th
168 150 33-21 31-39 On the issue of the alleged
(25.2.2008 (25.2.2008 (19.85%) (21.1%) plight of farmers across
to to the country, attack on
5.5.2008) 6.5.2008) CPI(M) offices in different
Sittings Sittings parts of the country,
28 30 violence in Kannur in
Kerala, price rise,
intervention of PMO on
allocation of Gas to a
Power Corporation Ltd.,
Owned by Cabinet.
Session/Duration/Sittings Total time available (Hrs.) Time Lost Reasons
Lok Sabha Rajya Sabha Lok Sabha Rajya Sabha Lok Sabha Rajya Sabha
(11.00 a.m. (11.00 a.m. Hrs. - Mts Hrs. - Mts
to to (percentage) (percentage)
6.00 p.m.) 5.00 p.m.)
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Session/Duration/Sittings Total time available (Hrs.) Time Lost Reasons
Lok Sabha Rajya Sabha Lok Sabha Rajya Sabha Lok Sabha Rajya Sabha
(11.00 a.m. (11.00 a.m. Hrs. - Mts Hrs. - Mts
to to (percentage) (percentage)
6.00 p.m.) 5.00 p.m.)
14
th
— 12 — — — —
1st Part
(21.7.08
to
22.7.08)
Sittings
2
14
th
214
th
96 80 18-06 12-46 Issue of Batla House
2nd Part 2nd Part 16.75% 15.95% Encounter in Delhi, recent
(17.10.08 (17.10.08 attack on North Indians in
to to Maharashtra, violence
23.12.08) 23.12.08) against the Tamil people in
Sittings Sittings Sri Lanka, non reduction
16 16 in prices of diesel and
cooking gas
commensurate with fall in
crude oil prices in
international market,
statement of a Cabinet
Minister in respect of
martyrdom of Mumbai
ATS chief.
15
th
215
th
60 50 1-20 0-13 Issue of certain provision
(12.2.09 (12.2.09 2.22% 0.43% of the Scheduled castes
to to and Scheduled Tribes
26.2.09) 26.2.09) (Reservation in posts and
Sittings Sittings Services) Bill, 2008 and
10 10 issue of plight of Tamils in
Sri Lanka
(332) (329) 1992 1645 416-26 398-28
Total (20.90%) (24.22%)
* Time of sitting of Lok Sabha has been taken as 11.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.
* Time of sitting of Rajya Sabha has been taken as 11.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
* one hour for lunch break has been excluded where the adjournment of the House coincided with normal lunch
break timing i.e. from 1.00 p.m. to 2.00 p.m.
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DEMANDS FOR GRANTS OF MINISTRIES DISCUSSED IN LOK SABHA DURING
THE BUDGET SESSIONS SINCE 1993.
Year Ministries Selected for Ministries discussed Date(s) of Time Taken
discussion Discussion Hrs – Mts
1993 1. Defence 1. Defence April 27 & 28 6 – 27
2. External Affairs
3. Home Affairs 2. Home Affairs April 28 & 29 10 – 36
4. Agriculture
5. Industry 3. Agriculture April 30 and 5 – 29
6. Commerce May 4
1994 1. External Affairs 1. Water Resources April 28 & 29 7 – 26
2. Water Resources
3. Human Resource 2. Human Resource April 29 and 8 – 15
Development Development May 2 & 3
4. Defence
5. Agriculture
6. Industry
1995 1. Defence 1. Defence May 4, 5, 8, 9, 14 – 49
2. External Affairs 10 & 16
3. Communications 2. Communications May 16 &17 4 - 45
4. Energy
5. Home Affairs
6. Petroleum and Natural Gas
7. Water Resources
8. Agriculture
1996 1. Agriculture 1. Rural Areas and September 9 3 - 22
2. Rural Development Employment
3. Home Affairs
4. Defence 2. Agriculture
5. Power
6. Human Resource
Development
1997 1. Human Resource 1. Human Resource May 5 5 – 40
Development Development
2. Defence 2. Coal
3. External Affairs 3. Non-Conventional Energy May 6 5 – 09
4. Welfare Sources {Items (2) to (5)
5. Power 4. Power Discussed together}
6. Non-Conventional Energy 5. Atomic Energy
Sources
7. Atomic Energy
1998 1. External Affairs Agriculture July 10 & 14 1 – 27
2. Home Affairs
3. Agriculture
4. Defence
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1999 1. Home Affairs No Ministry was discussed - — —
2. External Affairs Demands for Grants in
3. Social Justice & respect of Budget (General)
Empowerment for 1999-2000 were submitted
4. Human Resource to the vote of the House and
Development voted in full without discussion.
5. Defence
2000 1. Communications 1. Communications April 25 5 – 51
2. Home Affairs 2. Home Affairs April 26 6 – 50
3. Human Resource 3. Human Resource May 2 3 – 34
Development Development
4. External Affairs
2001 1. Rural Development 1. Rural Development April 24 3 – 33
2. Disinvestment 2. Disinvestment April 24 3 – 14
2002 1. Agriculture Agriculture April 24 5 – 41
2. Defence
3. Home Affairs
2003 1. Labour 1. Labour April 22 6 – 45
2. External Affairs 2. External Affairs April 23 6 – 04
3. Defence
4. Youth Affairs & Sports
2004 1. Agriculture No Ministry was discussed - — —
2. Rural Development Demands for Grants in
3. Defence respect of Budget (General)
4. Human Resource for 2004-05 were submitted to
Development the vote of the House and
5. Home Affairs voted in full without discussion
6. Science & Technology
2005 1. Agriculture 1. Agriculture April 21 & 25 5-37
2. Rural Development
3. Human Resource 2. Rural Development April 25 3-40
Development
4. Home Affairs 3. Home Affairs April 27 4-18
5. Science & Technology
6. Labour 4. Science & Technology April 27 0-44
2006 1. Home Affairs 1. Home Affairs March 13 7-09
2. Agriculture 2. Agriculture March 14 5-57
3. Rural Development 3. Rural Development March 17 5-50
2007 1. Labour & Employment 1. Labour & Employment April 26 4-20
2. Science & Technology 2. Science & Technology April 27 4-38
3. Home Affairs 3. Home Affairs April 28 6-34
Year Ministries Selected for Ministries discussed Date(s) of Time Taken
discussion Discussion Hrs – Mts
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discussion Discussion Hrs – Mts
2008 1. Cosumer Affairs, Food 1. Home Affairs April 21 6-28
and Public Distribution 2. Defence April 22 5-36
2. Home Affairs 3. Rural Development April 23 8-26
3. Defence 4. Information & Broadcasting April 24 4-05
4. Rural Development
5. Information & Broadcasting
6. Youth Affairs & Sports
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DETAILS OF THE MINISTRIES WHOSE WORKING WERE DISCUSSED IN THE RAJYA SABHA SINCE 1993.
Year Ministries Selected for Ministries discussed Date(s) of Time Taken
discussion Discussion Hrs – Mts
1993 1. Environment & Forests 1. Commerce May 11 4 – 20
2. External Affairs 2. Industry May 13 4 – 23
3. Industry
4. Commerce
5. Urban Development
1994 1. Labour 1. Labour April 25 & 26 5 – 21
2. Defence 2. Defence April 26, 27 & May 3 5 – 35
3. Information & Broadcasting 3. Information & Broadcasting April 27 & 28 6 – 31
4. Rural Development 4. Rural Development April 28 & May 2 4 – 34
5. Health & Family Welfare 5. Health & Family Welfare May 12 & June 15 2 – 32
1995 1. Agriculture and Rural Working of Ministries not — —
Areas and Employment discussed in 1995
2. Law, Justice & Company
Affairs
3. Human Resource
Development
4. Communications
5. External Affairs
1996 1. Power 1. Power September 9 & 10 4 – 36
2. Urban Affairs &
Employment 2. Steel & Mines September 11 2 – 15
3. Steel & Mines
4. Commerce
5. Chemicals & Fertilizers
1997 1. Planning and Programme 1. Planning and Programme May 5 & 6 5 – 57
Implementation Implementation
2. Welfare 2. Welfare May 8, 9 & 14 4 – 14
3. External Affairs 3. External Affairs May 15 4 – 20
4. Science &Technology
1998 1. External Affairs 1. External Affairs July 9 & 10 6 – 24
2. Human Resource 2. Human Resource July 13,14 & 15 6 – 37
Development Development
3. Environment & Forests 3. Environment & Forests July 21 & 22 6 – 16
4. Industry
1999 No Ministry could be discussed because of dissolution of Lok Sabha
2000 1. Agriculture 1. Agriculture April 27 4 – 49
2. Health & Family Welfare 2. Health & Family Welfare May 4 4 – 42
3. Defence 3. Defence May 15 6 – 29
4. External Affairs
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2001 1. Agriculture Working of Ministries not — —
2. Defence discussed in 2001
3. Labour
4. Human Resource
Development
2002 1. Labour 1. Labour April 29 & 30 4 – 55
2. External Affairs 2. External Affairs May 7 4 – 40
3. Human Resource
Development
4. Agriculture
2003 1. Agriculture 1. Agriculture April 21 & 22 5 – 23
2. Home Affairs 2. Home Affairs April 22 & 23 5 –37
3. Communication & 3. Communication & April 24 & 25 5 – 08
Information Technology Information Technology
4. Human Resource 4. Human Resource April 28 & 29 6 – 05
Development Development
2004 1. Water Resources Working of Ministries/ — —
2. Deptt. of Commerce Department not discussed
3. Statistics and Programme in 2004.
Implementations
4. Rural Development
5. Civil Aviation
6. Power
2005 1. Water Resources 1. Water Resources April 20, 21, 3- 49
2. Social Justice and 25 and 26
Empowerment and 2. Social Justice and April 26 4 – 28
Tribal Affairs Empowerment {Items (2) & (3)
3. Power and Non- 3. Tribal Affairs April 26 Discussed together}
Conventional Energy 4. Defence April 27 & 28 2 – 50
Sources 5. Power April 28 3 – 26
4. Consumer Affairs, Food 6. Non-Conventional Energy April 28 {Items (5) & (6)
and Public Distributions Sources Discussed together}
5. Defence 7. Environment and Forests May 2 4 – 37
6. Environment and Forests 8. Consumer Affairs, Food May 3 3 – 52
and Public Distribution
Year Ministries Selected for Ministries discussed Date(s) of Time Taken
discussion Discussion Hrs – Mts
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2006 1. External Affairs 1. Information and March 13 & 3-40
2. Information and Broadcasting May 16 Discussion was
Broadcasting 2. External Affairs March 14 concluded and the
3. Labour & Employment 3. Labour & Employment March 17, 18 Minister replied on
4. Panchayati Raj and Rural 4. Panchayati Raj and March 18, 20, 21 May 16,2006
Development Rural Development & May 12 4-31
3-30
7-08
Shri Raghuvansh
Prasad Singh,
Minister of Rural
Development,
replied to the
debate on matters
concerning Ministry
of Rural
Development on
March 21,2006.
The Minister of
Panchayati Raj &
Youth Affairs and
Sports replied to
the debate on
May 12,2006
2007 1. Agriculture 1. Health & Family Welfare May 9 6- 37
2. Health & Family Welfare
3. Human Resopurce
Development
4. Rural Development
2008 1. Commerce & Industry 1. Rural Development April 21 5-15
2. Agriculture 2. Labour & Employment April 23 4-35
3. Human Resource 3. Human Resource April 24 0-26
Development Development (Inconclusive)
4. Rural Development 4. Agriculture April 28 5-39
5. Labour & Employment 5. Commerce & Industry April 29 3-57
Year Ministries Selected for Ministries discussed Date(s) of Time Taken
discussion Discussion Hrs – Mts
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PRIVATE MEMBERS’ BILLS PASSED BY PARLIAMENT SINCE 1952 SO FAR
(A) BILLS INTRODUCED IN THE LOK SABHA
Sl. Short Title of the Bill Act No./
No. Date of Assent
1. The Muslim Wakfs Bill, 1952, by Shri Syed Mohammed Ahmed Kasmi 29 of 1954
21.05.1954
2. The Indian Registration (Amendment) Bill, 1955, by Shri S.C. Samanta 17 of 1956
06.04.1956
3. The Parliamentary Proceedings (Protection of Publication) Bill, 1956, 24 of 1956
by Shri Feroze Gandhi 26.05.1956
4. The Code of Criminal Procedure (Amendment) Bill, 1953, by Shri Raghunath Singh 39 of 1956
01.09.1956
5. The Women’s and Children’s Institutions (Licensing) Bill, 1954, 105 of 1956
by Rajmata Kamledu Mati Shah. 30.12.1956
6. The Code of Criminal Procedure (Amendment) Bill, 1957, by Smt. Subhadra Joshi 56 of 1960
26.12.1960
7. The Salary and Allowances of Members of Parliament (Amendment) Bill, 1964, 26 of 1964
by Shri Raghunath Singh 29.09. 1964
8. The Hindu Marriage (Amendment) Bill, 1963, by Shri Diwan Chand Sharma 44 of 1964
20.12.1964
9. The Supreme Court (Enlargement of Criminal Appellate Jurisdiction) Bill, 1968, 28 of 1970
by Shri Anand Narian Mullah 09.08.1970
(B) BILLS INTRODUCED IN THE RAJYA SABHA
10. The Ancient and Historical Monuments and Archeological Sites and Remains 70 of 1956
(Declaration of National Importance) Bill, 1954, by Dr. Raghubir Singh 15.12.1956
11. The Hindu Marriage (Amendment) Bill, 1956 by Dr. (Smt.) Seeta Parmanand 73 of 1956
20.12.1956
12. The Orphanages and Other Charitable Homes (Supervision and Control) Bill, 1960, 10 of 1960
by Shri Kailash Bihari Lall. 09.04.1960
13. The Marine Insurance Bill, 1959, by Shri M.P. Bhargava 11 of 1963
18.04.1963
14. The Indian Penal Code (Amendment) Bill, 1963, by Shri Diwan Chaman Lall 36 of 1969
07.09.1969
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MATTERS RAISED UNDER RULE 377 IN THE LOK SABHA AND SPECIAL MENTIONS MADE IN THE RAJYA
SABHA AND THEIR PENDENCY, SESSION-WISE
PENDENCY POSITION OF MATTERS RAISED UNDER RULE 377 IN LOK SABHA AS ON 31.03.2009
Sl. Name of Ministry/ 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total
No. Department B M W B M W B M W B M W B
1 M/o Agriculture and - - - - - - - - - 1 4 5 5 15
Co-operation
2 D/o Animal Husbandary, - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Dairying & Fisheries
3 D/o Chemicals - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
4 D/o Fertilizer - - - - - - 1 - - 2 - - - 3
5 M/o Civil Aviation - - - - - - - - 1 1 - 2 2 6
6 M/o Coal - - - - - - 1 1 1 2 - - 1 6
7 M/o Mines - - - 1 - - - - - - - - - 1
8 D/o Commerce - 1 - - - - - 1 - 1 2 4 2 11
9 D/o Industrial Policy & - - - - - - - - 1 1 - - - 2
Promotion
10 D/o Telecommunications - - - - - - - - - 1 - 1 1 3
11 D/o Posts - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 1
12 D/o Consumer Affairs 2 - - - - - - - - - - - - 2
13 D/o Food and Public - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - 1
Distribution
14 M/o Defence - - - - - - - - - 1 - 4 2 7
15 M/o Environment and Forests - - - - - 1 1 - 3 5 1 1 1 13
16 M/o External Affairs - - - - - - 1 - - - - 3 - 4
17 D/o Economic Affairs - - - - - - - 1 - - 2 8 5 16
18 Banking Division 1 - - - - - 1 - 3 8 - - 3 16
(M/o Finance)
19 D/o Expenditure - - - - - - 1 - - 1 - - - 2
20 D/o Revenue - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
21 M/o Health & Family Welfare - - - - - - - - - 4 2 - 3 9
22 M/o Home Affairs - - - - - 1 - 1 4 7 1 9 3 26
23 D/o Higher Education - - - - - - 1 1 1 3 3 3 2 14
24 D/o School Education and - - - - - - 1 - - 1 - - 3 5
Literacy
25 M/o Labour and Employment - - - - - - - - - - - - 2 2
26 Legislative Department - - - - - - - - - 2 - 2 - 4
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27 D/o Justice - - - - - - - 2 - - - - 1 3
28 M/o Panchayati Raj - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - 1
29 M/o Personnel, P.G. and
Pensions - - - - 1 - - - - 1 - 1 - 3
30 M/o Petroleum and Natural - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 1
Gas
31 M/o Planning - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 1
32 M/o Railways - - - - - - 1 4 3 5 1 9 12 35
33 D/o Road Transport and - - - - 1 - 2 - 1 1 1 4 9 19
Highways
34 D/o Shipping - - - - - - - - - - 3 3 - 6
35 D/o Drinking Water Supply - - - 1 - - - - - - - - - 1
36 D/o Rural Development - - - - - 1 1 - 1 5 1 2 - 11
37 D/o Land Reforms - - 1 - - - - - - - - - - 1
38 M/o Social Justice and - - - - 1 - 1 - 1 2 2 4 2 13
Empowerment
39 M/o Tribal Affairs - - - - - - 4 - 1 - - 1 1 7
40 M/o Urban Development - - - - - 1 - - - - - - 3 4
41 M/o Development of North - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
Eastern Region
42 M/o Water Resources - - - - - - - 1 - - - 6 7 14
43 M/o Power - - - - - - - - 1 - 1 - 3 5
44 M/o Culture - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - 1
45 M/o Textiles - - - - - - - - - - - 3 1 4
46 D/o Tourism - - - - - - - - - - - 1 2 3
47 Prime Minister’s Office - - - - - - - - - 1 - 1 1 3
48 M/o New and Renewable - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
Energy
49 M/o Heavy Industries & - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
Public Enterprises
50 M/o Women & Child - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
Development
51 M/o Information and - - - - - - - - - - - 1 2 3
Broadcasting
52 D/o Earth Sciences - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
53 M/o Micro, Small and - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
Medium Enterprises
Sl. Name of Ministry/ 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total
No. Department B M W B M W B M W B M W B
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No. Department B M W B M W B M W B M W B
54 M/o Steel - - - - - - - - - 1 - 1 - 2
55 M/o Food Processing - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 1
Industries
56 M/o Minority Affairs - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
57 D/o Atomic Energy - - - - - - - - - 2 - - - 2
58 D/o Information Technology - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
59 M/o Overseas Indian Affairs - - - - - - - - 1 1 - - - 2
60 M/o Housing & Urban
Poverty Alleviation - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
61 M/o Youth Affairs and Sports - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
TOTAL 3 1 1 2 3 4 17 12 23 61 24 81 83 315
SESSION WISE PENDENCY POSITION OF SPECIAL MENTIONS MADE IN THE RAJYA SABHA ON 31.03.2009
Sl. Name of Ministry/ 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total
No. Department 200 201 202 203 204 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215
1 D/o Agriculture & Coop - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2 2
2 D/o Animal Husbandary, - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
Dairying & Fisheries
3 D/o Chemicals - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - 1 1 3
4 D/o Fertilizer - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
5 M/o Civil Aviation - - - - - 1 - 1 - - 1 2 - 3 8
6 M/o Coal - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - 1 2
7 M/o Mines - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
8 D/o Commerce - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2 1 3
9 D/o Industrial Policy & - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
Promotion
10 D/o Telecommunications - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 1
11 D/o Posts - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2 2
12 D/o Consumer Affairs - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 1
13 D/o Food and Public - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
Distribution
14 M/o Defence - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
15 M/o Environment and Forests - - - - - - - - 2 - 1 2 1 2 1 9
16 M/o External Affairs - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 1 2
17 D/o Economic Affairs - - - - 1 - - - - - - 1 1 - 4 7
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18 Banking Division - - - - - - - - 1 1 - - - - 1 3
(M/o Finance)
19 D/o Expenditure - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
20 D/o Revenue - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 1
21 M/o Health & Family Welfare - - - - - - 1 - - - 1 2 - 4 5 13
22 M/o Home Affairs 1 - - - - 1 - 4 1 3 3 9 - 8 9 39
23 D/o Higher Education - - - - - - - - 1 2 - - - - 2 5
24 D/o School Education and - - - - - - - - - - 1 2 - 3 1 7
Literacy
25 M/o Labour and Employment - - - - - - 2 1 - - - 1 - - 1 5
26 Legislative Department - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - 2 3
27 D/o Justice - - - - - 1 - - - - - - - 1 1 3
28 M/o Panchayati Raj - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
29 M/o Personnel, P.G. and - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - 1
Pensions
30 M/o Petroleum and Natural - - 1 - - - - - - - 1 - - 2 1 5
Gas
31 M/o Planning - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
32 M/o Railways - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 3 4
33 D/o Road Transport and - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 3 4
Highways
34 D/o Shipping - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - - 2 3
35 D/o Drinking Water Supply - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
36 D/o Rural Development - - - - - - - - 1 - - - 1 2 2 6
37 D/o Land Reforms - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
38 M/o Social Justice and - - 1 - - - - - - - 1 1 - 1 1 5
Empowerment
39 M/o Tribal Affairs - - - - - - - - 1 - - 1 - - - 2
40 M/oUrban Development - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - 3 4
41 M/o Development of North - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
Eastern Region
42 M/o Water Resources - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 3 3
43 M/o Power - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 1
44 M/o Culture - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 1
45 M/o Textiles - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 1
46 D/o Tourism - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
47 Prime Minister’s Office - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
Sl. Name of Ministry/ 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total
No. Department 200 201 202 203 204 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215
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48 M/o New and Renewable - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
Energy
49 M/o Heavy Industries & - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
Public Enterprises
50 M/o Women & Child - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 1
Development
51 M/o Information and - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 1
Broadcasting
52 D/o Earth Sciences - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
53 M/o Micro, Small and Medium - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
Enterprises
54 M/o Steel - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
55 M/o Food Processing - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
Industries
56 M/o Minority Affairs - - - - - - - - - - - 2 - - - 2
57 D/o Atomic Energy - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
58 D/o Information Technology - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
59 M/o Overseas Indian Affairs - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2 2
60 M/o Housing & Urban Poverty - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
Alleviation
61 M/o Youth Affairs and Sports - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0
Total 1 0 2 0 1 3 3 6 8 6 11 26 3 32 63 165
Sl. Name of Ministry/ 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total
No. Department 200 201 202 203 204 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215
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ORIENTATION COURSES HELD FOR THE OFFICERS OF THE CENTRAL MINISTRIES/DEPARTMENTS
Sl. Duration of Course No. of officers who Designation of the Officers
No. participated in the course
1
st
25
th
to 26
th
April, 1985 31 SOs/Assistants
2
nd
16
th
& 17
th
January, 1986 29 Desk Officers/SOs/Assistants
3
rd
22
nd
, 23
rd
& 24
th
October, 1986 23 SOs/Equivalent ranks
4
th
14
th
,15
th
& 16
th
January,1987 18 SOs/Equivalent ranks
5
th
24
th
to 26
th
June, 1987 19 USs/Sos
6
th
14
th
to 17
th
June, 1988 10 USs/Desk Officers
7
th
10
th
to 13
th
October, 1988 13 SOs/Assistants
8
th
7
th
to 10
th
February, 1989 20 USs/DOs/Sos
9
th
20
th
to 23
rd
June, 1989 10 USs/DOs/Sos
10
th
3
rd
to 6
th
October,1989 28 Parl. Assistants/Assistants
11
th
27
th
to 30
th
November,1989 12 SOs/Assistants
12
th
20
th
to 23
rd
February, 1990 18 USs/DOs/Sos
13
th
26
th
to 29
th
June, 1990 15 SOs/Assistants
14
th
9
th
to 12
th
October, 1990 12 USs/DOs/Sos
15
th
5
th
to 8
th
February, 1991 14 SOs/Assistants
16
th
24
th
to 27
th
September, 1991 17 USs/Sos
17
th
28
th
to 31
st
January, 1992 32 SOs/Assistants
18
th
16
th
to 19
th
June,1992 12 USs/DOs/Sos
19
th
21
st
to 24
th
September, 1992 22 SOs/Assistants
20
th
8
th
to 12
th
February, 1993 14 USs/DOs/Sos
21
st
7
th
to 11
th
June, 1993 26 SOs/Assistants
22
nd
18
th
to 22
nd
October, 1993 19 USs/DOs/SOs
23
rd
6
th
to 10
th
June, 1994 27 SOs/Parl.Assistants/Assistants
24
th
3
rd
to 7
th
October, 1994 14 USs/DOs/Sos
25
th
6
th
to 10
th
February, 1995 17 SOs/Parl.Assistants/Assistants
26
th
17
th
to 21
st
July, 1995 13 USs/DOs/Sos
27
th
8
th
to 10
th
November,1995 22 SOs/Parl.Assistants/Assistants
28
th
30
th
September to 1
st
October, 1996 19 USs/DOs/Sos
29
th
6
th
to 8
th
October, 1997 28 SOs/Parl.Assistants/Assistants
30
th
11
th
to 13
th
February, 1998 13 USs/SOs
31
st
9
th
to 11
th
September, 1998 30 SOs/Assistants
32
nd
18
th
to 20
th
August, 1999 18 USs/DOs/Sos
33
rd
15
th
to 17
th
October, 2001 23 SOs/Parl.Assistants/Assistants
34
th
3
rd
to 5
th
March, 2004 22 Chief Engineers/Deputy Secretary etc.
35
th
7
th
to 9
th
February, 2007 20 Assistants/Parl. Assistants/Section
Officers
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ORIENTATION COURSES HELD FOR THE OFFICERS OF THE STATE GOVERNMENTS
Sl. Duration of Course No. of officers who States/Union Territories whose officers attended the
No. participated in the course
course
1. 21
st
December to 5 Jammu & Kashmir, Haryana, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh
27
th
December, 1994. and Rajashthan
2. 24
th
April to 6 Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland and Meghalaya
2 May, 1995
3. 4
th
December to 5 Mizoram, Gujarat, Assam, Tripura and Sikkim
12
th
December, 1995
4. 11
th
September to 7 Tamil Nadu, Goa, Andhra Pradesh and Orissa.
19
th
September, 1996
5. 5
th
May to 9 Kerala, manipur, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Madhya
13
th
May, 1997 Pradesh
6. 24
th
November to 2 Uttar Pradesh
2
nd
December, 1998
7. 12
th
May to 5 Delhi, Sikkim, West Bengal and Haryana.
20
th
May, 1999
8. 15
th
May to 7 Mizoram, Nagaland, Assam, Manipur and Bihar
24
th
May, 2000
9. 9
th
April to 9 Pondicharry, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Sikkim, Madhya
18
th
April, 2001 Pradesh and Tripura.
10. 9
th
April to 5 Orissa, Karnataka and Haryana.
17
th
April, 2002
11. 15
th
March to 8 Andhra Pradesh, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu and
19
th
March, 2004 Uttaranchal
12. 15
th
April to 6 Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand and Uttar
21
st
April, 2005 Pradesh
13. 31
st
July to 5 Kerala, Punjab and Maharashtra
5
th
August, 2006
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WORKSHOP ON MANAGING LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS FOR OFFICERS OF VARIOUS MINISTRIES/
DEPARTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT OF INDIA ORGANISED COLLABORATION WITH DEPARTMENT OF
PERSONNEL AND TRAINING
Sl. Duration of Course No. of officers who Designation of the Officers
No. participated in the
course
1 28 October, 2003 56 Joint Secretaries/Directors/Deputy Secretaries
2 15 February, 2005 47 Joint Secretaries/Senior Officers
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LIST OF VARIOUS CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEES CONSTITUTED FOR VARIOUS MINISTRIES
Sl. No. Name of Ministry
1. Ministry of Agriculture & Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution.
2. Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises
3. Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers & Ministry of Steel.
4. Ministry of Civil Aviation.
5. Ministry of Coal
6. Ministry of Commerce & Industry
7. Ministry of Communications & Information Technology
8. Ministry of Defence
9. Ministry of Environment & Forests
10. Ministry of External Affairs
11. Ministry of Finance
12. Ministry of Food Processing Industries
13. Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
14. Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises
15. Ministry of Home Affairs
16. Ministry of Human Resource Development
17. Ministry of Information & Broadcasting
18. Ministry of Labour & Employment
19. Ministry of Mines
20 Ministry of Panchayati Raj & Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region
21. Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas
22. Ministry of Power
23. Ministry of Railways
24. Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport and Highways
25. Ministry of Rural Development
26. Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment
27. Ministry of Textiles
28. Ministry of Tribal Affairs
29. Ministry of Tourism & Culture
30. Ministry of Urban Development
31. Ministry of Water Resources
32. Ministry of Women and Child Development
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LIST OF MINISTRIES WHERE CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEES COULD NOT BE CONSTITUTED FOR WANT
OF REQUISITE NUMBERS OF MEMBERS
Sl. No. Name of Ministry
1. Ministry of Corporate Affairs
2. Ministry of Law & Justice
3. Ministry of New and Renewable Energy
4. Ministry of Overseas Indians Affairs
5. Ministry of Science and Technology and Deptt. Of Ocean Development
6. Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation
7. Ministry of Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation
8. Ministry of Minorities Affairs
9. Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
10. Ministry of Planning
11. Department of Atomic Energy
12. Department of Space
13. Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports
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STATEMENT SHOWING CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEES MEETINGS HELD DURING THE PERIOD FROM
01.01.2008 TO 31.03.2009
Dates of Meetings held (with number of Members of Parliament who attended)
Sl. Name of the Ministry/CC Present Date of meeting & No. of Members who attended
No. Strength Inter Session
of CC Session Period
Date of No. of Date of No. of
Meeting Members Meeting Members
attended attended
1. Agriculture & Consumer Affairs, 27 06.02.2008 13 22.04.2008 3
Food & Public Distribution 17.07.2008 13
26.11.2008 15
2. Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises 14 06.02.2008 5 18.12.2008 4
26.06.2008 10
3. Chemicals & Fertilizers and Steel 21 07.05.2008 11 22.10.2008 10
06.08.2008 15
4. Civil Aviation 28 13.02.2008 15 23.12.2008 12
07.05.2008 14
11.08.2008 15
5. Coal 22 10.01.2008 14 13.03.2008 9
09.07.2008 16 23.12.2008 7
6. Commerce & Industry 20 15.02.2008 9 30.04.2008 7
7. Communication & Information 24 26.06.2008 15 13.03.2008 8
Technology 10.09.2008 16
03.03.2009 5
8. Defence 21 13.02.2008 10 18.12.2008 5
03.06.2008 17
06.11.2008 12
9. Environment & Forests 16 04.01.2008 9 22.04.2008 8
10.07.2008 7
10. External Affairs 29 15.02.2008 11 18.12.2008 9
20.06.2008 13
19.11.2008 12
11. Food Processing Industries 9 08.08.2008 5 — —
12. Finance 35 01.02.2008 19 23.04.2008 9
18.06.2008 14
13. Health & Family Welfare 15 12.02.2008 7 — —
20.01.2009 6
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14. Heavy Industries & Public 17 05.09.2008 8 23.04.2008 2
Enterprises
15. Home Affairs 27 — — 28.04.2008 6
16. Human Resource Development 26 13.02.2008 11 — —
09.07.2008 12
17. Information & Broadcasting 19 03.01.2008 8 — —
02.06.2008 8
09.02.2009 6
18. Labour & Employment 12 24.01.2008 4 11.03.2008 5
09.07.2008 8 17.12.2008 3
13.08.2008 5 18.02.2009 3
29.09.2008 6
19 Mines 10 02.02.2008 5 15.12.2008 3
26.06.2008 8
*20. Panchayati Raj, Youth Affairs & 16 08.02.2008 7 — —
Sports and Development of
North Eastern Region
*21. Panchayati Raj & Development of 9 — — 15.12.2008 3
North Eastern Region
22. Petroleum & Natural Gas 34 08.02.2008 13 17.02.2009 21
04.06.2008 16
23. Power 24 12.02.2008 11 15.12.2008 13
07.05.2008 17
18.07.2008 11
24. Railways 25 09.01.2008 16 — —
25. Shipping, Road Transport & 26 17.06.2008 16 07.04.2008 8
Highways 18.02.2009 10
26. Rural Development 30 18.02.2008 19 06.05.2008 13
16.07.2008 17 17.12.2008 16
27. Social Justice & Empowerment 14 15.02.2008 6 23.04.2008 3
25.06.2008 7 23.10.2008 3
16.02.2009 2
28. Textiles 12 12.02.2008 4 19.03.2008 4
11.07.2008 7
22.01.2009 3
Sl. Name of the Ministry/CC Present Date of meeting & No. of Members who attended
No. Strength Inter Session
of CC Session Period
Date of No. of Date of No. of
Meeting Members Meeting Members
attended attended
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29. Tribal Affairs 16 30.06.2008 5 — —
30. Tourism & Culture 26 18.11.2008 10 25.04.2008 9
31. Urban Development 22 28.01.2008 8 29.04.2008 8
19.06.2008 9
32. Water Resources 13 26.08.2008 8 22.10.2008 3
19.02.2009 3
33. Women & Child Development 11 11.07.2008 5 18.03.2008 8
Total Meetings held 62 34
Total number of meetings held during the period from 01.01.2008 to 31.03.2009 = 96
* Initially there was one Consultative Committee for the Ministry of Panchayati Raj, Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports
and Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region as these Ministries were under the charge of one Minister i.e.
Shri Mani Shankar Aiyar. Subsequently, when the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports was placed under the independent
charge of Minister of State Dr. M.S. Gill after Cabinet reshuffle on 6
th
April, 2008, it necessitated the bifurcation of the
Consultative Committee for the Ministry of Panchayati Raj, Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports and Ministry of
Development of North Eastern Region into two separate Consultative Committees for the Ministries viz. (i) Ministry
of Panchayati Raj & Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region; and (ii) Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports.
Accordingly, separate Consultative Committee for the Ministry of Panchayati Raj and Ministry of Development of
North Eastern Region was constituted on 10
th
October, 2008. Consultative Committee for the Ministry of Youth
Affairs & Sports could not be constituted due to want of requisite number of members.
Sl. Name of the Ministry/CC Present Date of meeting & No. of Members who attended
No. Strength Inter Session
of CC Session Period
Date of No. of Date of No. of
Meeting Members Meeting Members
attended attended
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LIST OF MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT NMINATED AS PERMANENT SEPCIAL INBVITEES (PSI) TO THE
CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEES OF VARIOUS MINISTRIES/DEPARTMENTS
Name of the member House CC on which serving as CC on which serving as PSI
regular Member
Shri Virjibhai Thummar Lok Sabha Tourism & Culture Chemicals & Fertilizers and Steel
Shri Deepender Singh Hooda Lok Sabha Power Civil Aviation
Shri Furkan Ansari Lok Sabha Railways Coal
Shri A.P. Abdullakutty Lok Sabha Petroleum & Natural Gas Communications & IT
Shri M. Shivanna Lok Sabha Defence Communications & IT
Shri Madhu Goud Yaskhi Lok Sabha Civil Aviation Defence
Shri Tarit Baran Topdar Lok Sabha Civil Aviation Finance
Smt. P. Jaya Prada Nahata Lok Sabha Petroleum & Natural Gas Finance
Shri Mohan Rawale Lok Sabha Textiles Finance
Shri Anil Basu Lok Sabha Railways Heavy Industries & PE
Shri Rupchand Pal Lok Sabha External Affairs Human Resource Development
Shri S. Ajaya Kumar Lok Sabha Shipping, Road Transport & Petroleum & Natural Gas
Highways
Ms. Rubab Sayda Lok Sabha Social Justice & Petroleum & Natural Gas
Empowerment
Shri Lakshman Chandra Seth Lok Sabha Petroleum & Natural Gas Shipping, Road Transport &
Highways
Shri Santosh Gangwar Lok Sabha Civil Aviation Shipping, Road Transport &
Highways
Shri E. Ponnuswamy Lok Sabha Power Rural Development
Shri Sunil Khan Lok Sabha Chemicals & Fertilizers and Tourism & Culture
Steel
Shri Madan Lal Sharma Lok Sabha Home Affairs Urban Development
Smt. Tejaswini Seeramesh Lok Sabha External Affairs Urban Development
Shri Ravi Prakash Verma Lok Sabha Health & Family Welfare Urban Development
Shri Basudeb Acharia Lok Sabha Heavy Industries & PE Power
Shri K.S. Rao Lok Sabha Petroleum & Natural Gas Power
Shri Sharad Joshi Rajya Sabha Commerce & Industry Agriculture & Consumer Affairs,
Food and Public Distribution
Shri Rajeev Shukla Rajya Sabha Commerce & Industry Civil Aviation
Dr. Mahendra Prasad Rajya Sabha Chemicals & Fertilizers and Finance
Steel
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Name of the member House CC on which serving as CC on which serving as PSI
regular Member
Shri J.P. Aggarwal Rajya Sabha Shipping, Road Transport & Home Affairs
Highways
Shri Rajkumar Dhoot Rajya Sabha Finance Petroleum & Natural Gas
Smt. Brinda Karat Rajya Sabha Health & Family Welfare Rural Development
Shri Sujan Chakraborty Lok Sabha Food Processing Industries Micro, Small & Medium
Enterprises
Shri Bagun Sumbrui Lok Sabha Coal Chemicals & Fertilizers and Steel
Shri Bhubaneshwar Prasad Lok Sabha Power Coal
Mehta
Shri Hemlal Murmu Lok Sabha Petroleum & Natural Gas Coal
Shri Rahul Bajaj Rajya Sabha Finance External Affairs
Shri D.K. Adikesavulu Lok Sabha Finance Health & Family Welfare
Smt. Supriya S. Sule Rajya Sabha Women & Child Development Health & Family Welfare
Shri D. Raja Rajya Sabha Human Resource Home Affairs
Development
Shri Ambeth Rajan Rajya Sabha Rural Development Human Resource Development
Shri Kiren Rijiju Lok Sabha Panchayati Raj & Petroleum & Natural Gas
Development of North
Eastern Region
Shri Vijay Darda Rajya Sabha Civil Aviation Petroleum & Natural Gas
Shri Chandra Sekhar Dubey Lok Sabha Coal Power
Shri Mukul Roy Rajya Sabha Home Affairs Railways
Shri Abdul R. Shaheen Lok Sabha Power Textiles
Shri Mohd. Amin Rajya Sabha Labour & Employment Textiles
Shri Sabir Ali Rajya Sabha Shipping, Road Transport & Coal
Highways
Dr. Gyan Prakash Pilania Rajya Sabha Water Resources Defence
Shri Nand Kishore Singh Rajya Sabha Commerce & Industry Finance
Shri B.J. Panda Rajya Sabha Finance Communications & IT
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GOVERNMENT SPONSORED GOODWILL DELEGATIONS OF PARLIAMENTARIANS SENT ABROAD
BY THE MINISTRY OF PARLIAMENTARY AFFAIRS
DELEGATIONS SENT ABROAD
S. Countries No. of MPs Leaders Date Hospitality (Boarding, Lodging
No. & Officers & Transportation)
1. Mauritius 13 3 Dr. U. Venkateswarlu, Jan. 8-12, Hospitality extended
MOS, Parlaffairs 1997
2. (i) China 12 3 Sh. Ramakant Jan. 28- (i) Hospitality extended
(ii) Hong Kong D. Khalap, MOS, Law Feb. 6, 1997 (ii) Hospitality extended
3. (i) Thailand 10 3 Sh. Madan Lal Khurana, Sept. 20-29, Delegation went their on own
(ii) Indonesia MPA 1998 accord without invitation from the
(iii) Singapore host countries, all the expenditure
(iv) Malaysia was met by the Government of India
4. Russia 12 2 Sh. Santosh Kr. Gangwar, April 4-11, (i) Hospitality extended to
Gangwar, 1999 12 delegates
MOS Parl. Affairs
5. (i) Australia 17 3 Sh. Pramod Mahajan, May 18-28, Delegation went their on own accord
(ii) New Zealand MPA 2001 without invitation from the host
(iii) Singapore countries, all the expenditure was met
by the Government of India
6. (i) Egypt 17 3 Sh. Pramod Mahajan, Jan.10-21, Delegation went their on own accord
(ii) South Africa MPA 2003 without invitation from the host
countries, all the expenditure was met
by the Government of India
7. (i) Hungary 22 4 Smt. Sushma Swaraj, Jun. 5-13, 2003 (i) Hospitality extended partially (7)
(ii) Bulgaria MPA (ii) Hospitality extended
(iii) Romania (iii) Hospitality extended
8. Libya 1 3 Shri Ghulam Nabi Azad, Nov. 27-29, Hospitality extended
MPA 2004 However this Ministry received bill for
one car and accommodation bill in
respect of OSD to HMPA
9. (i) Guyana 9 3 Shri Ghulam Nabi Azad, May 31-Jun. 8, (i) No
(ii) Venezuela MPA 2005 (ii) & (iii) Bills (if any) are awaited
(iii) Chile
10. (i) Bangladesh 5 2 Sh. B.K. Handique, July 10-16, (i) Hospitality extended
(ii) Thailand MOS Parl.affairs 2005 (ii) —
(iii) Bhutan (iii) Hospitality extended
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S. Countries No. of MPs Leaders Date Hospitality (Boarding, Lodging
No. & Officers & Transportation)
11 (i) Portugal 16 3 Shri Priyaranjan Das Nov. 6-11, Delegation went on their own accord
(ii) Spain Munshi,MPA 2006 without invitation from the host
countries, all the expenditure was met
by the Government of India.
12 South Africa 1 Smt. Krishna Tirath, 15 to 18 Oct., To attend 2
nd
IBSA Summit
MP (LS) INC 2007
13 Algeria 1 Dr. (Smt.) Rekha 14 to 17 Dec., To attend a Seminar on Think Law …
Bhargava, Secretary, MPA 2007 need for the good governance
14 Singapore 4 2 Shri Bijoy Krishna 21-25, Jan., Indian Goodwill Delegation
Handique, MOS 2008
15 USA 14 4 Shri Vayalar Ravi, MPA 13-21 Sept., Indian Goodwill Delegation
2008
16 Colombo, 1 2 Smt. Suryakanta Patil, 10-11 Feb., To attend a SAARC Conference of
Sri Lanka Minister of State for 2009 Ministers of Parliamentary Affairs
Parliamentary Affairs &
Rural Development
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FOREIGN DELEGATIONS RECEIVED BY MINISTRY OF PARLIAMENTARY AFFAIRS
DELEGATIONS RECEIVED FROM ABROAD
S. Countries No. of Leaders Date Hospitality (Boarding, Lodging
No. Delegates & Transportation)
1. Russia 9 Sh. Andri V. Selivanov, Sept. 12-17, Local hospitality
Dy. Chairman, State Duma 1996
Committee, Women, Family
& Youth Affairs
2. Hungary 9 Sh. Gyorgy Csoti, Vice Jan. 20-27, Local hospitality
President, Committee on 1997
Foreign Affairs
3. Bulgaria 2 Sh. George Ganchev, Feb. 21-26, Local hospitality and International
Chairman, Parliamentary 1999 passage
Group for Friendship with
India
4. Italy 1 Senator Vincenzo Mungari, March 11-19, Partial Local Hospitality extended
President, Indo-Italian 1999 (Transportation, food & accommodation
Friendship Association in Delhi only)
5. Poland 6 Sh. Stanislaw Grozonkkowski, March 8-14, Local hospitality
Member of Sejm 2000
6. Russia 7 Sh. S.V. Kara-ool, Deputy Dec. 17-19, Local hospitality
Chairman, Committee of the 2000
Fedetation Council of
International Affairs
7. Hungary 4 Sh. Istvan Ivanyi, Chairman, April 25-30, Local hospitality
Foreign Affairs Committee 2001
8. Romania 4 Sh. Ghiorighi Prasacaru, Nov. 26-30, Local hospitality
Chairman, Committee on 2001
Foreign Policy
9. China 19 Mr. He Guoqiang, Member of Feb. 18-21, Local hospitality extended to 5 delegates
Politburo of Communist Party 2004
10. Hungary 6 Mr. Lazslo Mandur, Jan. 17-22, Local hospitality
Ist Deputy Speaker of 2006
National Assembly of Hungary
11. Spain 8 Mr. Joseph Antoni Dural I 12-16 Dec., Partial hospitality extended
Lleida, Chairman of the 2006
Spanish Standing Committee
of the Foreign Affairs of the
Congress
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S. Countries No. of Leaders Date Hospitality (Boarding, Lodging
No. Delegates & Transportation)
12. Malta 5 Dr. Jason Azzopardi, 12-16 March,
MP & Chairman, Standing 2007
Committee on Foreign and
European Affairs, House of
Representatives, Malta
13 Algeria 3 Mr. Fourali Hamid, Head of 18-22 Nov., Partial hospitality extended
the Division of Cooperation 2007
and Studies
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NAMES OF LEADERS OF THE LOK SABHA AND THE RAJYA SABHA OF PARLIAMENT SINCE 1952
LOK SABHA
Sl.No. Name of the Leader From To
1. Shri Jawaharlal Nehru 02.04.1952 04.04.1957*
2. Shri Jawaharlal Nehru 05.04.1957 31.03.1962*
3. Shri Jawaharlal Nehru 02.04.1962 27.05.1964**
4. Shri Gulzari Lal Nanda 27.05.1964 09.06.1964
5. Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri 09.06.1964 11.01.1966**
6. Shri Guzari Lal Nanda 11.01.1966 24.01.1966
7. Shri Satya Narain Sinha 24.01.1966 03.03.1967*
8. Smt. Indira Gandhi 04.03.1967 27.12.1970*
9. Smt. Indira Gandhi 15.03.1971 18.01.1977*
10. Shri Morarji Desai 24.03.1977 28.07.1979
11. Shri Charan Singh 28.07.1979 22.08.1979*
12. Smt. Indira Gandhi 14.01.1980 31.10.1984**
13. Shri Rajiv Gandhi 31.10.1984 31.12.1984*
14. Shri Rajiv Gandhi 31.12.1984 27.11.1989
15. Shri V.P. Singh 02.12.1989 09.11.1990
16. Shri Chandra Sekhar 10.11.1990 13.03.1991*
17. Shri Arjun Singh 09.07.1991 05.12.1991
18. Shri P.V. Narasimha Rao 06.12.1991 10.05.1996*
19. Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee 16.05.1996 31.05.1996
20. Shri Ram Vilas Paswan 04.06.1996 04.12.1997*
21. Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee 19.03.1998 26.04.1999*
22. Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee 13.10.1999 06.02.2004*
23 Shri Pranab Mukherjee 25.05.04+ -
* Date of dissolution of Lok Sabha
** Date of demise
+ Continuing
NB : In Lok Sabha, the Prime Minister who is the Leader of the majority party in Lok Sabha, usually functions as
Leader of the House. However, in 1966-67, 1991, 1996 and 2004 when the Prime Minister was not a Member
of the Lok Sabha, Shri Satyanarayan Sinha, Shri Arjun Singh, Shri Ram Vilas Paswan and Shri Pranab
Mukherjee respectively were nominated as the Leader of the Lok Sabha.
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RAJYA SABHA
Sl.No. Name of the Leader Date of appointment
1. Shri N. Gopalswamy Ayyangar 13.05.1952#
2. Shri C.C. Biswas 10.02.1953#
3. Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri 25.11.1954#
4. Shri Govind Ballabh Pant 04.03.1955#
5. Hafiz Mohammed Ibrahim 28.02.1961
6. Shri Y.B. Chavan 11.08.1963
7. Shri Jaisukh Lal Hathi 10.02.1964
8. Shri M.C. Chagla 06.03.1964
9. Shri Jaisukh Lal Hathi 13.11.1967
10. Shri K.K. Shah 18.11.1969
11. Shri U.S. Dixit 24..05.1971
12. Shri Kamlapati Tripathi 05.01.1976
13. Shri L.K. Advani 28.03.1977 to 28.07.1979
14. Shri K.C. Pant 07.08.1979
15. Shri Pranab Mukherjee 23.01.1980 to 09.07.1981
16. Shri Pranab Mukherjee 17.08.1981 to 30.12.1984
17. Shri V.P. Singh 31.12.1984 to 11.04.1987
18. Shri N.D. Tiwari 12.04.1987 to 27.06.1988
19. Shri P. Shiv Shanker 13.07.1988 to 01.12.1989
20 Shri M.C. Gurupadaswamy 11.12.1989 to 09.11.1990 (Renominated as the
Leader as per announcment made in the House
on 10.04.1990 on his re-election as a Member)
21 Shri Yashwant Sinha 26.12.1990 to 20.06.1991
22 Shri S.B. Chavan 02.07.1991 to 02.04.1996 (Term exired)
23 Shri Sikander Bakht 17.05.1996 to 31.05.1996
24 Shri I.K. Gujral 04.06.1996 to 19.11.1996
25 Shri H.D. Deve Gowda 20.11.1996 to 20.04.1997
26 Shri I.K. Gujral 21.04.1997 to 02.03.1998
27 Shri Sikander Bakht 21.03.1998 to 14.10.1999
28 Shri Jaswant Singh 15.10.1999 to 22.05.04
29 Shri Manmohan Singh 22.05.04 to *
* Continuing
# There is no authentic information available either in the Department or in Rajya Sabha Secretariat in regard to
the actual date of appointment of the first four as Leaders of Rajya Sabha. The probable dates have however
been indicated after taking into consideration the informal discussion with Rajya Sabha Secretariat and certain other
circumstantial evidences.
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STATEMENT INDICATING THE NAMES OF THE LEADERS OF OPPOSITION ALONGWITH THEIR PARTY
ETC. SINCE NOVEMBER 1
ST
1977 WHEN THE SALARY AND ALLOWANCES OF LEADERS OF
OPPOSITION IN PARLIAMENT ACT, 1977 CAME INTO FORCE
LOK SABHA RAJYA SABHA
Sl. Name of the Leader Party Period Sl. Name of the Leader Party Period
No. No.
1 Sh. Y. B.Chavan Cong. 1.11.77 to 1 Sh. Kamlapati Tripathi Cong. 1.11.77 to
11.4.78 14.2.78
2 Sh. C. M. Stephen Cong.(I) 12.4.78 to 2 Sh. Bhola Paswan Shastri Cong. 24.2.78 to
9.7.79 (Reddy) 22.3.78
3 Sh. Y. B.Chavan Cong. 10.7.79 to 3 Sh. Kamlapati Tripathi Cong.(I) 23.3.78 to
27.7.79 2.4.78
4 Sh. Jagjivan Ram Janta 28.7.79 to 4 Sh. Kamlapati Tripathi Cong.(I) 18.04.78 to
22.8.79 7.1.80
5 Sh. Rajiv Gandhi Cong.(I) 18.12.89 to 5 Sh. L. K. Advani Janta 21.1.80 to
23.12.90 6.4.80
6 Sh. L. K. Advani BJP 24.12.90 to 6 Sh. P. Shiv Shanker Cong.(I) 18.12.89 to
13.03.91 2.1.91
7 Sh. L. K. Advani BJP 21.6.91 to 7 Sh. M.S.Gurupadaswamy Janta Dal 28.6.91 to
26.7.93 21.07.91
8 Sh. A. B. Vajpayee BJP 26.7.93 to 8 Sh. S.Jaipal Reddy Janta Dal 22.7.91
10.5.96 29.6.92
9 Sh. P. V. Narasimha Rao Cong.(I) 16.5.96 to 9 Sh.Sikander Bakht BJP 7.7.92 to
31.5.96 15.5.96
10 Sh. A. B.Vajpayee BJP 1.6.96 to 10 Sh.S.B.Chavan Cong.(I) 23.5.96 to
4.12.97 31.5.96
11 Sh. Sharad Pawar Cong.(I) 19.3.98 to 11 Sh.Sikander Bakht BJP 1.6.96
26.4.99 19.3.98
12 Smt. Sonia Gandhi Cong.(I) 13.10.99 to 12 Dr. Manmohan Singh Cong.(I) 21.3.98 to
6.2.2004 22.5.2004
13. Shri L. K. Advani BJP 22.05.04 to* 13. Shri Jaswant Singh BJP 3.6.2004 to
05.07.04
14. Shri Jaswant Singh BJP 05.07.04 to*
* continuing
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MEETINGS WITH LEADERS OF VARIOUS POLITICAL PARTIES/GROUPS
S. Date & Venue Subject Presided by Ministry Remarks
No. concerned
1. 22.05.1998 Electoral Reforms Minister of Ministry of Law, Justice
Committee Room Home Affairs & Company Affairs
‘Main’, Parliament
House Annexe
2. 10.07.1998 Reservation of Women in Prime Minister Ministry of Law, Justice
62, Parliament Parliament and Legislative & Company Affairs
House Assemblies in States
3. 9.12.1998 Women’s Reservation Bill Prime Minister Ministry of Law, Justice
Committee Room ‘B’ & Company Affairs
Parliament House
Annexe
4. 29.05.1999 Situation arising out of Prime Minister Ministry of Defence
Committee Room ‘D’ the illegal presence of
Parliament House infiltrators in the Kargil
Annexe Sector of J&K
5. 28.06.1999 Developments in Kargil Prime Minister Ministry of Defence
Committee Room
‘Main’, Parliament
House Annexe
6. 13.12.1999 Constitution 79
th
Minister of Ministry of Health &
62, Parliament Amendment Bill, 1952 Parliamentary Family Welfare
House (Two Children norm for Affairs
legislators)
7. 22.12.1999 Women’s Reservation in Prime Minister Ministry of Law, Justice
63, Parliament Parliament and Legislative and Company Affairs
House Assembly in States
8. 25.04.2000 Drought situation in the Prime Minister Ministry of Agriculture
53, Parliament Country
House
9. 08.05.2000 Prevailing situation in Prime Minister Ministry of External
53, Parliament Sri Lanka Affairs
House
10. 13.05.2000 Further extension of the Minister of Law, Ministry of Law, Justice
62, Parliament freeze on Delimitation of Justice and & Company Affairs
House Electoral Constituencies Company Affairs
11. 03.02.2001 Situation arising out of Prime Minister Ministry of Agriculture
53, Parliament devastating earthquake in
House Gujarat
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S. Date & Venue Subject Presided by Ministry Remarks
No. concerned
12. 18.02.2001 First meeting of the Prime Minister Ministry of Agriculture
53, Parliament National Committee on
House Disaster Management
13. 21.02.2001 Situation in Jammu & Prime Minister Ministry of Home Affairs
53, Parliament Kashmir (Unilateral
House ceasefire declared by
Government of India)
14. 14.04.2001 Normal functioning of Prime Minister Ministry of
53, Parliament Parliament Parliamentary Affairs
House
15. 19.05.2001 The Constitution (87
th
Prime Minister Ministry of Rural
53, Parliament Amendment) Bill, 1999 Development
House (Panchayati Raj)
16. 09.07.2001 Discussion on the visit of Prime Minister Ministry of External
7, Race Course Shri Parvez Musharraf, Affairs
Road President of Pakistan
(Agra Summit)
17. 19.07.2001 Outcome of Agra Summit Prime Minister Ministry of External
53, Parliament Affairs
House
18. 13.09.2001 Electoral Reforms Minister of Law, Ministry of Law, Justice
62, Parliament Justice and & Company Affairs
House Company Affairs
19. 15.09.2001 Terrorist Attack in America Prime Minister Ministry of External
53, Parliament (11.09.2001) Affairs
House
20. 30.10.2001 American Military Action Prime Minister Ministry of External
53, Parl.House in Afghanistan Affairs
21. 04.12.2001 Prevention of Terrorism Prime Minister Ministry of Home
53, Parl. House Ordinance, 2001 (POTO) Affairs
22. 30.12.2001 Present status on Prime Minister Ministry of External
7, Race Course Indo-Pak relations Affairs
Road
23. 26.02.2002 Ayodhya Issue Prime Minister Ministry of Home
53, Parl.House Affairs
24. 08.07.2002 Electoral Reforms in the Minister of Law Ministry of Law &
53, Parliament light of recent direction & Justice Justice
House passed by the Hon’ble
Supreme Court of India
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S. Date & Venue Subject Presided by Ministry Remarks
No. concerned
25. 02.08.2002 Electoral Reforms in the Minister of Home Ministry of Law &
53, Parliament light of recent direction Affairs Justice
House passed by the Hon’ble
Supreme Court of India
26. 07.03.2003 Women’s Reservation Bill Prime Minister Ministry of Law &
53, Parliament Justice
House
27. 10.03.2003 Evolving situation with Prime Minister Ministry of External
53, Parliament regard to Iraq Affairs
House (American military action
on Iraq)
28. 13.03.2003 Delimitation of Electoral Minister of Ministry of Law &
53, Parliament Constituencies Parliamentary Justice
House Affairs
29. 22.03.2003 Current Situation in Iraq Prime Minister Ministry of External
53, Parliament Affairs
House
30. 25.07.2003 Public Distribution System Prime Minister Ministry of Consumer
53, Parliament Affairs, Food and
House Public Distribution
31. 29.10.2003 Electoral Reforms Minister of Law Ministry of Law &
53, Parliament (System of Open Ballot for & Justice Justice
House elections to the Council of
States and other issues)
32. 09.01.2005 Situation arising out of Prime Minister Ministry of Home
Panchavati, Tsunami disaster on Affairs
7, Race Course 26.12.2004 southern part (Disaster Management)
Road of India
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STATEMENT SHOWING THE DETAILS OF ALL INDIA WHIPS’ CONFERENCES HELD BY
THE MINISTRY OF PARLIAMENTARY AFFAIRS
Sl. No. of Place where held Date & year of Remarks
No. AIWC Conference
1 First Indore 13
th
September, 1952 Held under the auspices of the Congress
Party in Parliament
2 Second Mysore 15
th
& 16
th
January, Inaugurated by Shri K. Hanumanthayya,
1955 Chief Minister of Mysore
3 Third Srinagar 24
th
& 25
th
September Inaugurated by Shri G.M. Bakshi,
1956 Prime Minister of Kashmir
4 Fourth The Council Hall, 24
th
& 25
th
October, Inaugurated by Shri Y.B. Chavan,
Bombay 1962 Chief Minister of Maharashtra
5 Fifth Karnataka Vidhan 4
th
to 6
th
January, Inaugurated by Shri N. Nijalingappa,
Sabha, Bangalore 1966 Chief Minister of Mysore
6 Sixth Himachal Bhavan, 4
th
to 6
th
October, Inaugurated by Dr. Y.S. Parmar,
Shimla 1967 Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh
7 Seventh Rajaji Hall, Madras 21
st
to 23
rd
September, Inaugurated by Shri M. Karunanidhi,
1969 Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.
8 Eighth Madhya Pradesh 3
rd
and 4
th
November, Inaugurated by Shri S.N. Sinha, Governor,
Vidhan Sabha 1972 Madhya Pradesh.
Bhavan, Bhopal
9 Ninth Himachal Legislative 27
th
& 28
th
October, Inaugurated by Shri Vir Bhadra Singh,
Assembly Hall, 1983 Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh.
Shimla
10 Tenth Main Committee 26
th
November, 1988 Inaugurated by Dr. M. Thambi Durai,
Room Parliament Deputy Speaker, Lok Sabha.
House Annexe,
New Delhi.
11 Eleventh Banquet Hall, 17
th
to 19
th
January, Inaugurated by Shri M. Veerappa Moily,
Vidhan Soudha, 1994 Chief Minister of Karnataka.
Bangalore.
12 Twelfth Sher-I-Kashmir 21
st
& 22
nd
August, Inaugurated by Dr. Farooq Abdulla,
International 1997 Chief Minister of Jammu & Kashmir.
Conference Centre,
Srinagar
13 Thirteenth Dr. Marri Channa Reddy 4
th
& 5
th
February, Inaugurated by Shri Bhairon Singh Shekhawat,
Human Resource 2005 Hon’ble Vice-President of India
Development Institute,
Hyderabad
14 Fourteenth Central Hall, Vidhan 4
th
& 5
th
February, Inaugurated by Shri Mohammad Hamid Ansari,
Bhavan, Mumbai 2008 Hon’ble Vice President of India
* Sher-I-Kashmir International Conference Centre, Srinagar
# Marri Channa Reddy Human Resource Development Institute, Hyderabad.
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STATEMENT SHOWING THE SALARY, ALLOWANCES AND OTHER FACILITIES ADMISSIBLE TO
MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT. (AS ON 03.07.2007)
1. Salary Rs. 16,000/- per month
2. Daily Allowances Rs. 1,000/-. The MPs have to sign the register except on holidays.
3. Other Allowances *(Constituency Allowance @ Rs. 20,000/- per month and Office Expense
Allowances @ Rs. 20,000/- per month out of which Rs. 4,000/- should be for
expenses on stationery items etc., Rs. 2,000/- p.m. for franking of letters and
Lok/Rajya Sabha Secretariats may pay upto Rs. 14,000/- per month to persons
as may be engaged by MP for obtaining Secretarial Assistance and one person
shall be computer literate duly certifed by the member.
4. Telephone 1,50,000 free local calls per annum on all the three telephones at Delhi residence,
constituency residence and for Internet connectivity purposes pooled together.
Trunk call bills adjusted within the monetary ceiling of 1, 50,000 local calls per
annum. Excess calls made over and above the quota allowed to be adjusted in
the next year’s quota.
Where a Member does not utilize total free local calls available to him, the balance
unutilized telephone calls shall be carried forward till his seat becomes vacant.
A Member is entitled to use any number of telephones for utilizing total free local
calls available to him at his residences in Delhi and constituency provided that
the telephones should be in his name and installation and rental charges for
telephones other than the three telephones provided to him will be borne by him.
A Member is also provided Mobile phone with the provision that the calls made
from it will be adjusted from the total free local calls available to him.
A Member may avail *two mobile phones, one for the constituency and
another in Delhi with national roaming facility from MTNL/BSNL or any other
Private Operator where services of MTNL or BSNL are not available for utilizing
total free local calls provided that registration and rental charges for private mobile
phone will be borne by him.
*Members will be provided broadband facilities on one telephone subject
to the condition that rental should not exceed Rs. 1,500/- per month.
5. Housing Rent-free flats only (including hostel accommodation). If a Member is allotted
bungalow at his request, he shall pay full normal rent, if he is entitled to such
accommodation.
*Rent-free furniture upto the monitory ceiling of Rs. 60,000/- for durable furniture
and Rs. 15,000/- for non-durable furniture. Rental for additional items of furniture
and rental for additonal item of furniture based on depreciate value.
Free washing of sofa covers and curtains every three months.
Tiles in bathroom, kitchen as demanded by MP.
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6. Water and Electricity 50,000 units of electricity per annum, (25,000 units each of Light/Power meters
or pooled together). Members who have no power meters installed are allowed
50,000 units per annum on light meter; and 4,000 kilolitres of water per annum
beginning January every year.
*Unutilized units of electricity and water may be carried over to the subsequent
years.
Excess units consumed may be adjusted against the next year’s quota.
Joint entitlement of free consumption of electricity and water units if both husband
and wife happen to be members and reside in the same accommodation.
On retirement/resignation/death of a member, the member or his family may be
allowed to consume the balance units of electricity and water for that year within
one month.
7. Medical As available to Grade-I Officers of the Central Government under CGHS.
8. Conveyance Advance Rs. 1,00,000/- on interest @ as applicable to the Central Government employees,
recoverable within a maximum period of 5 years not extending beyond the tenure
of MP.
9. Travelling Allowances Rail : One 1st Class + One II Class fare
Air : One and one-fourth air fare in any airline. Also air fare for one companion in
case of a blind/physically incapacitated MP.
Steamer : One and 3/5th of the fare for the highest Class (without diet).
Road : (i) Rs. 13/- per km. (ii) Minimum Rs.120/- to/fro Delhi airport and residence
at Delhi. (iii) TA by rail or by road during session/committee meetings for to and
fro journeys between usual place of residence and the place duty to the nearest
airport when the places are not connected by mail/express and super fast trains.
(iv) TA for air journey(s) during the short interval between two sittings of a
Department related Standing Committee during budget session recess, limited
to one air fare + DA for the days of absence. (v) Spouse of member is also
entitled to 8 single journeys in a year. (vi) Members residing within 300 km distance
from Delhi may travel by road and claim road mileage @ Rs.13/-per km. (vii)
Members from North-Eastern States of Arunchal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur,
Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, and Tripura may travel by road from
their residence in the constituency/State to the nearest airport. (viii) Physically
incapacitated member allowed to travel by road in lieu of rail/air journeys
10. Travelling facility (i) Railway pass for MP for travelling in AC-I Class or Executive Class of any
Indian Railways. Spouse can also travel with MP in the same class. If such
journey or part thereof is undertaken by air from place other than usual place of
residence of the Member from Delhi and back, an MP is entitled to an amount
equal to the fare by air for such journey or part thereof performed by air or from
usual place of residence of the Member to Delhi and back whichever is less. (ii)
Companion can also travel with MP in AC-II tier. (iii) Member having no spouse
can take one person with him/her in AC-I/Executive Class in place of the spouse.
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(iv) To and fro air travel for the MP from Ladakh for Member and spouse/
companion. (v) To and fro air travel facility for self and spouse/companion of
Member representing Andaman & Nicobar Island and Lakshadweep Island,
between the Island and the mainland of India. (vi) Blind or physically incapacitated
Member can take an attendant in the air/rail journeys in which he himself travels
in lieu of the companion in AC-II tier. (vii) Thirty four single air journeys in a year
from any place to another place in India either alone or alongwith spouse or any
number of companions or relatives within this ceiling. (viii) Spouse or companion
of a Member may travel alone to join the Member 8 times in a year against 34 air
journeys available to the Member in a year. (ix) 8 excess air journeys may be
adjusted against the next year’s entitlement. Unutilized air journeys may be carried
over to the following year (x) Steamer passes for highest class of steamer for
self and spouse/companion of Members representing Andaman & Nicobar Island
and Lakshdweep Islands (without diet). (xi) To and fro air travel when the usual
place of residence is inaccessible by rail, road or steamer, between the nearest
place in his constituency, where there is air service and the nearest place having
rail service.
11. Travelling facility to The spouse of member has been allowed to and fro rail/air journeys once during
the spouse of Member each session of Parliament and twice during the Budget Session with the
maximum limit of 8 such single journeys in a year.
12. Facilities to the family (a) Family of deceased Members may retain Government accommodation
of deceased MP provided to them for a period of 6 months from the date of death of such
Member.
(b) Telephone facilities for a period not exceeding two months from the date of
death of the Member.
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FACILITIES EXTENDED TO EX-MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT
1. Pension (i) Minimum pension of Rs 8,000/- per month to every person who has served
for any period, as Member of Provisional Parliament or either House of
Parliament and Rs. 800/- per month for every year of membership of
Parliament in excess of five years without any maximum ceiling.
(ii) Ex-MPs pension allowed irrespective of any other pension without any upper
limit on the aggregate.
(iii) A period of nine months or more is reckoned equivalent to complete one year
for the purpose of payment of additional pension.
2. Family Pension Family pension, equivalent to one half of the pension which a Member/ex-Member
of Parliament would have received to spouse/dependent of deceased members/
ex-Member of Parliament - to the spouse for life and to the dependent till the
person continues to be a dependent
3. Traveling facility (i) Ex-MPs alongwith a companion are entitled to free AC-II tier rail travel facility
from any place to any other place in India, on the basis of an authorization
issued for this purpose by concerned Secretariat of Parliament as the case
may be.
(ii) Entitled to travel alone in any train by any railway by AC-I Class in lieu of two
AC-II tier journeys.
(iii) Steamer facility to Members belonging to Andaman & Nicobar Island and
Lakshdweep between mainland of India and the Island.
4. Medical Facilities CGH Scheme is applicable to former members of Parliament residing in cities
covered by CGH Scheme on payment of contribution at the same rate as they
were paying as Member of Parliament. This facility can be obtained direct from
Director General (CGHS), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Nirman Bhawan,
New Delhi.
5. Facilitie to Members of With effect from 26.04.1999, the Members of prematurely dissolved Lok Sabha
prematurely dissolved are allowed to utilize the balance of unutilized (i) free 1,50,000 telephone calls,
Lok Sabha (ii) 50,000 units of electricity, and (iii) 4,000 kls. of water during the period from
dissolution of the Lok Sabha till constitution of the new Lok Sabha. In case of
excess consumption of such units, the same will be allowed to be adjusted in
case the member is elected to the new Lok Sabha against the quota that will be
available to him, in the first year.
6. Facilities to family of (a) Family of a Member is entitled to retain Govt. accomodation for a period of 6
deceased MP months after the death of such Member from the date of death.
(b) Telephone facilities for a period not exceeding two months from the date of
death of the Member.
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DETAILS OF THE YOUTH PARLIAMENT COMPETITIONS FOR THE SCHOOLS OF
NCT OF DELHI AND NDMC SINCE 1966
Sl. Year Competition No. of participating Name of the School standing first
No. schools
1 1966-67 First 16 Lady Irwin Hr. Sec. School, Canning Road, New
Delhi
2 1967-68 Second 25 Govt. Girls Hr. Sec. School, Rajauri Garden, New
Delhi
3 1968-69 Third 43 Lady Irwin Hr. Sec. School, Canning Road, New
Delhi
4 1969-70 Fourth 42 Lady Irwin Hr. Sec. School, Canning Road, New
Delhi
5 1970-71 Fifth 41 Lady Irwin Hr. Sec. School, Canning Road, New
Delhi
6 1971-72 Sixth 50 Govt. Girls Hr. Sec. School, Sarojini Nagar, New
Delhi
7 1972-73 Seventh 43 Andhra Education Society Hr. Sec. School,
Rouse Avenue, New Delhi
8 1973-74 Eighth 50 Lady Irwin Hr. Sec. School, Canning Road, New
Delhi
9 1974-75 Ninth 49 DTEA Hr. Sec. School, Laxmibai Nagar, New
Delhi.
10. 1975-76 Tenth 52 DTEA Hr. Sec. School, Laxmibai Nagar, New
Delhi
11 1976-77 Eleventh 52 Nav Hind Girls’ Hr. Sec. School, Rohtak Road,
New Delhi
12 1977-78 Twelfth 48 Govt. Girls’ Sr. Sec. School No.1, Rajouri Garden,
New Delhi.
13 1978-79 Thirteenth 52 (including 8 *KV) DTEA Hr. Sec. School, Pusa Road, Karol Bagh,
New Delhi
14 1979-80 Fourteenth 52 (including 10 *KV) Govt. Girls’ Sr. Sec. School, Adarsh Nagar, New
Delhi
15 1980-81 Fifteenth 54 (including 15 *KV) K.V. No.1, Sector-IV, Faridabad, Haryana.
16 1981-82 Sixteenth 52 (including 5 *KV) Shri S.D. Girls’ Sr. Sec. School, East Patel Nagar,
New Delhi
17 1982-83 Seventeenth 62 (including 25 *KV) K.V. Andrews Ganj, New Delhi
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Sl. Year Competition No. of participating Name of the School standing first
No. schools
18 1983-84 Eighteenth 38 Govt. Girls Sr. Sec. School, Ramesh Nagar, New
Delhi
19 1984-85 Ninteenth 20 Govt. Girls Sr. Sec. School, Moti Nagar, New
Delhi
20 1985-86 Twentieth 29 Govt. Girls Sr. Sec. School, Jungpura, New Delhi
21 1986-87 Twenty-first 26 Govt. Girls Sr. Sec. School, Krishna Nagar, Delhi
22 1987-88 Twenty-second 27 Govt. Girls Sr. Sec. School, Vivek Vihar, Delhi
23 1988-89 Twenty-third 31 Govt. Girls Sr. Sec. School No.1, Lodhi Road,
New Delhi
24 1989-90 Twenty-fourth 53 MB DAV Sr. Sec. School, Yusuf Sarai, New Delhi
25 1990-91 Twenty-fifth 29 Govt. Girls Sr. Sec. School, Palam Enclave, New
Delhi
26 1991-92 Twenty-sixth 35 Govt. Girls Sr. Sec. School, GT Road, Shahdara,
Delhi
27 1992-93 Twenty-seventh 48 Govt. Girls Sr. Sec.School, Adarsh Nagar, New
Delhi
28 1993-94 Twenty-eighth 41 Govt. Girls Sr. Sec. School No.1, Sarojini Nagar,
New Delhi
29 1994-95 Twenty-ninth 50 Maharaja Agarsain Public Schoo, Ashok Vihar,
Phase-IV, New Delhi
30 1995-96 Thirtieth 43 Maharaja Agarsain Public School, Ashok Vihar,
Phase-IV, New Delhi
31 1996-97 Thirty-first 54 Govt. Girls Sr. Sec. School, Andrews Ganj, New
Delhi
32 1997-98 Thirty-second 53 Govt. Girls Sr. Sec. School No.1, Kalkaji, New
Delhi
33 1998-99 Thirty-third 53 Manav Sthali School, R-Block, New Rajinder
Nagar, New Delhi.
34 1999-2000 Thirty-fourth 65 Doon Public School, Paschim Vihar, New Delhi
35 2000-2001 Thirty-fifth 69 Govt. Girls Sr. Sec. School, Chhatarpur, New
Delhi
36 2001-2002 Thirty-sixth 38 Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya, Shadi Khampur,
New Delhi
37 2002-2003 Thirty-seventh 39 Govt. Girls Sr.Sec. School No.3, Sarojini Nagar,
New Delhi.
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Sl. Year Competition No. of participating Name of the School standing first
No. schools
38 2003-2004 Thirty-eighth 67 Satbhrawan Arya Girls Sr. Sec. School, Arya
Samaj Road,KarolBagh,New Delhi
39 2004-2005 Thirty-Ninth 49 Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya, Rajouri Garden
(Main), New Delhi
40 2005-2006 Fortieth 46 Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya, Pandara Road,
New Delhi
41 2006-2007 Forty-first 31 Govt. Girls Sr. Sec. School No.2, Moti Nagar, New
Delhi.
42 2007-2008 Forty-second 33 R.N. Thakur Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya, East
Vinod Nagar, Delhi
43 2008-2009 Forty-third 33 Govt. Girls Sr. Sec. School, Vivek Vihar, Delhi
* Kendriya Vidyalaya
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DETAILS OF THE YOUTH PARLIAMENT COMPETITIONS HELD BETWEEN 1983-88 AMONG KENDRIYA
VIDYALAYAS LOCATED IN AND AROUND DELHI
Sl. Year No. of participating schools Name of the school Standing first
No.
1 1983-84 20 K.V. No.1, AFS, Agra
2 1984-85 20 K.V., INA Colony, New Delhi
3 1985-86 26 K.V., KCC, Khetri Nagar, Rajasthan
4 1986-87 26 K.V. No.1, Gwalior (M.P.)
5 1987-88 31 K.V., JNU Campus, New Delhi
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DETAILS OF THE NATIONAL YOUTH PARLIAMENT COMPETITIONS FOR THE KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA
SANGATHAN INITIATED SINCE 1988
Sl. Year Competition Number of Vidyalaya which stood first at National Level
No. participating schools
1 1988-89 First 71 K.V. No.1, AFS, Agra
2 1989-90 Second 113 K.V. No.1, Imphal
3 1990-91 Third 108 K.V., Kankar Bagh, Patna
4 1991-92 Fourth 108 K.V. No.2, Srivijayanagar, Visakhapatnam, (A.P.)
5 1992-93 Fifth 194 K.V. No.1, Ramnagar Area, Tirupati (A.P.)
6 1993-94 Sixth 103 K.V. Koliwada, Mumbai
7 1994-95 Seventh 132 K.V. Sector-J, Aliganj, Lucknow, U.P.
8 1995-96 Eighth 131 K.V. No.2, R.S. Colaba,New Navy Nagar,
Mumbai
9 1996-97 Ninth 176 K.V., Dogra Lines, Meerut Cantt., U.P.
10 1997-98 Tenth 172 K.V., Pithoragarh, U.P.
11 1998-99 Eleventh 192 K.V. No.1, Gwalior, M.P.
12 1999-2000 Twelfth 194 K.V., Sector-J, Aliganj, Lucknow U.P.
13 2000-2001 Thirteenth 163 K.V., Keltron Nagar, Kannur (Kerala).
14 2001-2002 Fourteenth 88 K.V., Cooch Behar, West Bengal.
15 2002-2003 Fifteenth 88 K.V. No.1, Colaba, New Navy Nagar, Mumbai,
Maharashtra.
16 2003-2004 Sixteenth 90 K.V. No.1, GCF Estate, Jabalpur, Madhya
Pradesh.
17 2004-2005 Seventeenth 90 K.V. No.1, T.P. Block, Pitam Pura, Delhi.
18 2005-2006 Eighteenth 90 K.V. Gangtok, Sikkim
19 2006-2007 Nineteenth 90 K.V., IIT, Kharagpur, West Bengal
20 2007-2008 Twentieth 90 Competition in progress
21 2008-2009 Twenty-first 90 K.V. CLRI, Chennai
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DETAILS OF THE NATIONAL YOUTH PARLIAMENT COMPETITIONS FOR JAWAHAR NAVODAYA
VIDYALAYAS SINCE 1997-98
Sl. Year Competition Number of Vidyalaya which stood first at National Level
No. participating
Vidyalayas
1. 1997-98 First 34 JNV, Kulamavu, Distt. Idukki, Kerala.
2. 1998-99 Second 61 JNV, Maseetan, Distt. Kapurthala, Punjab.
3. 1999-2000 Third 62 JNV, Vrindavan, Distt. West Champaran, Bihar.
4. 2000-2001 Fourth 55 JNV, Mungeshpur, New Delhi
5. 2001-2002 Fifth 88 JNV, Ranti, Distt. Madhubani, Bihar.
6. 2002-2003 Sixth 75 JNV, Paleru, Distt. Khammam, Andhra Pradesh
7. 2003-2004 Seventh 101 JNV, Dhansura, Sabarkantha, Gujrat
8. 2004-2005 Eighth 86 JNV, Gyanpur, Sant Ravidas Nagar, Distt.
Bhadohi, U.P.
9. 2005-2006 Ninth 98 JNV, Veleru, Krishna Distt. A.P.
10. 2006-2007 Tenth 78 JNV, Sukhasan, Distt. Madhepura, Bihar
11. 2007-2008 Eleventh 64 JNV, Periya, Distt. Kasargod, Kerala
12. 2008-2009 Twelfth 64 Competition in progress
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DETAILS OF THE NATIONAL YOUTH PARLIAMENT COMPETITIONS FOR UNIVIERSITIES/COLLEGES
INITIATED FROM 1997-98
S. Year Competition Number of University/College which stood first at
No. participating National Level
Universities/Colleges
1. 1997-98 First 13 Maharshi Dayanand Uni versi ty, Rohtak,
Haryana.
2. 1998-99 Second 30 Dayalbagh Educational Institute (Deemed
University), Dayalbagh, Agra, Uttar Pradesh.
3. 1999-2000 Third 34 Mangalore University, Mangalore, Karnataka.
4. 2000-2001 Fourth 40 Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, Punjab.
5. 2001-2002 Fifth 37 Lucknow University, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.
6. 2002-2003 Sixth 41 Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Dayalbagh,
Agra(U.P)
7. 2004-2005 Seventh 32 Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai, Tamil
Nadu
8. 2005-2006 Eighth 36 Maharana Pratap University of Agriculture &
Technology, Udaipur, Rajasthan
9. 2007-2008 Ninth 30 Competition in progress
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DETAILS OF ORIENTATION COURSES HELD SINCE 1988 FOR ORGANISATION OF YOUTH PARLIAMENT
COMPETITIONS IN DELHI AND NDMC SCHOOLS
S. Competition Duration Venue
No.
1 Twenty-Third — New Delhi
2 Twenty-Fourth — New Delhi
3 Twenty-Fifth 20
th
July, 1990 Parliament House, New Delhi
4 Twenty-Sixth 19
th
August, 1991 Parliament House, New Delhi
5 Twenty-Seventh 17
th
July, 1992 Parliament House, New Delhi
6 Twenty-Eighth 26
th
July, 1993 Parliament House, New Delhi
7 Twenty-Ninth 5
th
August, 1994 Parliament House, New Delhi
8 Thirtieth 7
th
& 8
th
August, 1995 Parliament House, New Delhi
9 Thirty-First 30
th
July, 1996 Parliament House, New Delhi
10 Thirty-Second 21
st
July, 1997 Parliament House, New Delhi
11 Thirty-Third 31
st
July, 1998 Parliament House, New Delhi
12 Thirty-Fourth 26
th
July, 1999 Parliament House, New Delhi
13 Thirty-Fifth 24
th
July, 2000 Parliament House, New Delhi
14 Thirty-Sixth 18
th
July, 2001 Parliament House, New Delhi
15 Thirty-Seventh 4
th
July, 2002 Deputy Chairman Hall, Constitution Club, V.P. House, New Delhi.
16 Thirty-Eighth 9
th
July, 2003 Parliament House, New Delhi
17 Thirty-ninth 27
th
July, 2004 Deputy Speaker Hall, Constitution Club, V.P. House, New Delhi.
18 Fortieth 1
st
August, 2005 Deputy Speaker Hall, Constitution Club, V.P. House, New Delhi.
19 Forty-First 6
th
July, 2006 Committee Room “B”, Parliament House, New Delhi
20 Forty-Second 19
th
July, 2007 Auditorium, Navyug School, Sarojini Nagar, New Delhi
21 Forty-third 22
nd
May, 2008 Committee Room “B”, Vigyan Bhawan Annexe, New Delhi
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DETAILS OF ORIENTATION COURSES HELD FOR ORGANISATION OF YOUTH PARLIAMENT
COMPETITIONS IN KENRIDYA VIDYALAYAS
S. Competition Duration Venue
No.
1 First 25.4.88 to 28.4.88 (4 days) New Delhi
2 Second 3.7.89 to 5.7.89 (3 days) KV, Andrews Ganj, New Delhi.
3 Third 5
th
& 6
th
July, 90 (2 days) KV, Gole Market, New Delhi.
4 Fourth 15
th
& 14
th
July, 91 (2 days) KV, Andrews Ganj, New Delhi.
5 Fifth 6
th
& 7
th
July, 92 (2 days) KV, Sadiq Nagar, New Delhi.
6 Sixth (i) 5
th
& 6
th
July, 93 (i) KV, MEG Centre, Bangalore.
(ii) 12
th
& 13
th
July, 93 (ii) KV, INA Colony, New Delhi.
7 Seventh (i) 1
st
& 2
nd
July, 94 (i) KV, Picket, Hyderabad.
(ii) 5
th
& 6
th
July, 94 (ii) KV, Udaipur, Rajasthan.
(iii) 11
th
& 12
th
July, 94 (iii) KV, Salt Lake, Calcutta, WB
8 Eighth (i) 4
th
& 5
th
July, 95 (i) KV, IOC, Noonmati, Guwahati.
(ii) 10
th
& 11
th
July, 95 (ii) KV, KK Nagar, Madras, T.N.
(iii) 14
th
& 15
th
July, 95 (iii) KV, FRI, Dehradun, UP
9 Ninth (i) 2
nd
& 3
rd
July, 96 (i) KV, Gangtok, Sikkim.
(ii) 15
th
& 16
th
July, 96 (ii) KV, Ernakulam, Cochin, Kerala
(iii) 19
th
& 20
th
July, 96 (iii) KV, Sector-31, Chandigarh.
(iv) 13
th
& 14
th
August, 96 (iv) KV, Mhow, Indore, MP
10 Tenth (i) 25
th
& 26
th
June, 97 (i) KV, AFS, Borzhar, Guwahati
(ii) 1
st
& 2
nd
July, 97 (ii) KV, AMC, Lucknow,UP
(iii) 4
th
& 5
th
July, 97 (iii) KV No.1, Udaipur, Rajasthan.
(iv) 11
th
& 12
th
July, 97 (iv) KV No.2, CRPF, Bhubaneswar
11 Eleventh (i) 23
rd
& 24
th
June, 98 (i) KV, Oil India Ltd., Duliajan, Dibrugarh Distt., Assam.
(ii) 29
th
& 30
th
June, 98 (ii) KV, Holta Camp, Palampur, HP
(iii) 6
th
& 7
th
July, 98 (iii) KV, Ootacamund, Indunagar, Nilgris, Tamil Nadu.
(iv) 9
th
& 10
th
July, 98 (iv) KV, BEG & Centre, Yerawada, Pune, Maharashtra
12 Twelfth (i) 7
th
& 8
th
May, 99 (i) KV No.2, Jammu Cantt, Jammu
(ii) 12
th
& 13
th
July, 99 (ii) KV, EAC, Upper Shillong, Meghalaya.
iii) 16
th
& 17
th
July, 99 (iii) KV, Jipmer Campus, Pondicherry.
(iv) 23
rd
& 24
th
July, 99 (iv) KV, SAC, Vastrapur, Ahmedabad, Gujarat.
13 Thirteenth (i) 29
th
& 30
th
June, 2000 (i) KV, Khaprail, Distt. Darjeeling, West Bengal.
(ii) 4
th
& 5
th
July, 2000 (ii) KV, Jakhu Hills, Shimla, H.P.
(iii) 10
th
& 11
th
July, 2000 (iii) KV, Ernakulam, Cochin, Kerala
(iv) 17
th
& 18
th
July, 2000 (iv) KV No.1, Udaipur, Rajasthan.
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S. Competition Duration Venue
No.
14 Fourteenth (i) 27
th
& 28
th
June, 2001 (i) KV, SAC, Vastrapur, Ahmedabad, Gujarat.
(ii) 30
th
June & 1
st
July, 2001 (ii) KV, Laitkor Peak, Shillong, Meghalaya.
(iii) 4
th
& 5
th
July, 2001 (iii) KV, Ashok Nagar, Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
15 Fifteenth (i) 11
th
& 12
th
April, 2002 (i) KV, IIT, Kharagpur, W.B.
(ii) 19
th
& 20
th
April, 2002 (ii) KV, Bhandup, Mumbai, Maharashtra.
(iii) 28
th
& 29
th
April, 2002 (iii) KV, Gole Market, New Delhi.
16 Sixteenth (i) 21
st
& 22
nd
May, 2003 (i) KV, AFS, Begumpet, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh.
(ii) 26
th
& 27
th
June, 2003 (ii) KV No.2, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh.
17. Seventeenth (i) 5
th
& 6
th
August, 2004. (i) K.V.No.1, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.
(ii) 17
th
& 18
th
August,2004 (ii) K.V. Bhandup, Mumbai
18. Eighteenth (i) 26
th
& 27
th
August, 2005 (i) KV No.1, Salt Lake City,EB Block, Kolkota.
(ii) 5
th
& 6
th
Sept., 2005 (ii) KV, Ernakulam, Kochi, Kerala
19. Ninteenth (i) 7
th
& 8
th
Sept., 2006 (i) K.V.No.1, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.
(ii) 18
th
& 19
th
Sept., 2006 (ii) K.V.,Coimbatore,Tamil Nadu
20. Twentieth (i) 7
th
& 8
th
Sept., 2007 (i) KV No.1, Bajaj Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan.
(ii) 17
th
& 18
th
Sept., 2007 (ii) KV, Picket, Secunderabad, A.P.
21. Twenty First (i) 1
st
& 2
nd
Sept., 2008 (i) KV No.1, Shahibaug, Ahmedabad, Gujarat
(ii) 8
th
& 9
th
Sept., 2008 (ii) KV, Talabania, Puri, Orissa
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DETAILS OF ORIENTATION COURSES HELD FOR ORGANISATION OF NATIONAL YOUTH PARLIAMENT
COMPETITIONS IN JAWAHAR NAVODAYA VIDYALAYAS
S. Competition Duration Venue
No.
1 First 28
th
& 29
th
August, 1997 JNV, Mothuka, Distt. Faridabad, Haryana.
2 Second (i) 23
rd
& 24
th
July, 1998 (i) NCERT, Hauz Khas, New Delhi.
(ii) 3
rd
& 4
th
August, 1998 (ii) JNV, Gachhibowli, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh.
3 Third (i) 2
nd
& 3
rd
August, 1999 (i) JNV, Chandigarh.
(ii) 5
th
& 6
th
August, 1999 (ii) JNV, Doddaballapuram, Distt. Bangalore Rural,
Karnataka.
4 Fourth (i) 27
th
& 28
th
July, 2000 (i) JNV, Doddaballapuram, Distt. Bangalore Rural,
Karnataka.
(ii) 5
th
& 6
th
August, 2000 (ii) JNV, Wafapur, Distt Vaishali, Bihar.
5 Fifth (i) 6
th
& 7
th
July, 2001 (i) JNV, Kulamavu, Distt. Idukki, Kerala.
(ii) 12
th
& 13
th
July, 2001 (ii) Vidya Bhawan Teachers Training College, IASE,
Udaipur, Rajasthan.
6 Sixth (i) 12
th
& 13
th
July, 2002 (i) JNV, Roshanabad, Distt. Haridwar, Uttaranchal.
(ii) 19
th
& 20
th
July, 2002 (ii) JNV, Kommadi, Distt. Visakhapatnam,
Andhra Pradesh.
7 Seventh (i) 7
th
& 8
th
November, 2003 (i) JNV, Morigaon, Assam.
(ii) 16
th
& 17
th
Nov., 2003 (ii) JNV, Kherli, Distt. Dausa, Rajasthan.
(iii) 21
st
& 22
nd
Nov., 2003 (iii) JNV, Bagalur, Distt. Bangalore Urban, Karnataka.
8 Eighth (i) 9
th
& 10
th
August, 2004 (i) Navodaya Leadership Institute, Canacona,
South Goa.
(ii) 2
nd
and 3
rd
Sept. 2004 (ii) JNV, Qutabgarh, Mungeshpur, Delhi
(iii) 10
th
and 11
th
Sept., 2004 (iii) JNV, Periye, Kasargod, Kerala
(iv) 24
th
and 25
th
Sept., 2004 (iv) JNV, Morigaon, Assam
9 Ninth (i) 29
th
&30
th
August, 2005. (i) JNV,Rothak, P.O.Naya Bazar,Distt.West Sikkim
(ii) 22
nd
& 23
rd
August, 2005. (ii) JNV, Gachibowli, Huderabad University
Campus,Hyderabad.
10 Tenth (i) 4
th
& 5
th
August,2006 (i) JNV, Mothuka, Faridabad, Haryana.
(ii) 1
st
& 2
nd
Sept., 2006. (ii) JNV, Periyakalapet, Pondicherry
11 Eleventh (i) 14
th
and 15
th
July, 2007 (i) JNV, Kalandri, Distt. Sirohi, Rajasthan
(ii) 4
th
and 5
th
August, 2007 (ii) JNV, Bansu Jakhadhar, Distt. Rudraprayag,
Uttrakhand
12 Twelfth (i) 30
th
and 31
st
July, 2008 (i) JNV, Dmghhalli, Mysore, Karnataka
(ii) 5
th
and 6
th
Sept., 2008 (ii) JNV, Mundali, Cuttack, Orissa
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DETAILS OF ORIENTATION COURSES HELD FOR ORGANISATION OF NATIONAL YOUTH PARLIAMENT
COMPETITIONS IN UNIVERSITIES/COLLEGES
S. Competition Duration Venue
No.
1 First 14
th
to 17
th
July, 1997 Auditorium, Parliament House Annexe, New Delhi and
CPDHE Hall, Delhi University, Delhi.
2 Second 5
th
& 6
th
November, 1998 Parliament House, New Delhi and CPDHE Hall,
Delhi University, Delhi.
3 Third 24
th
, 25
th
& 26
th
September, Mumbai University, Mumbai, Maharashtra.
1999
4 Fourth 11
th
, 12
th
& 13
th
September, Goa University, Goa.
2000
5 Fifth 11
th
, 12
th
and 13
th
September, Madurai Kamraj University, Madurai, Tamil Nadu.
2001
6 Sixth 17
th
, 18
th
& 19
th
August, 2002 Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University,
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh.
7 Seventh 17
th
& 18
th
May, 2004 Kodaikanal Christian College, Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu
8 Eighth 12
th
& 13
th
September, 2005 Madhurai Kamaraj University, Madhurai, Tamil Nadu
9 Ninth 11
th
& 12
th
December, 2007 University of Kalyani, Distt. Nadia, West Bengal
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TABLE – 60
DETAILS OF ASSURANCES EXTRACTED/FULFILLED DURING 1956 TO 28
TH
FEBRUARY, 2009
LOK SABHA
Year Total Number Number of Assurances Total Balance %of
of Assurances Fulfilled Dropped Implemented Implementation
1 2 3 4 5 (3+4) 6 (2–5) 7
1956 1543 1543 - 1543 - 100
1957 893 893 - 893 - 100
1958 1324 1324 - 1324 - 100
1959 1138 1138 - 1138 - 100
1960 1000 1000 - 1000 - 100
1961 1244 1244 - 1244 - 100
1962 1333 1333 - 1333 - 100
1963 781 781 - 781 - 100
1964 883 883 - 883 - 100
1965 1073 1073 - 1073 - 100
1966 1542 1542 - 1542 - 100
1967 2116 2116 - 2116 - 100
1968 4174 4174 - 4174 - 100
1969 4260 4260 - 4260 - 100
1970 3331 3331 - 3331 - 100
1971 1824 1824 - 1824 - 100
1972 1577 1577 - 1577 - 100
1973 1757 1757 - 1757 - 100
1974 1789 1789 - 1789 - 100
1975 925 925 - 925 - 100
1976 521 521 - 521 - 100
1977 889 889 - 889 - 100
1978 1655 1655 - 1655 - 100
1979 1069 1069 - 1069 - 100
1980 1105 1105 - 1105 - 100
1981 1587 1587 - 1587 - 100
1982 1541 1541 - 1541 - 100
1983 1726 1726 - 1726 - 100
1984 1284 1284 - 1284 - 100
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Year Total Number Number of Assurances Total Balance %of
of Assurances Fulfilled Dropped Implemented Implementation
1 2 3 4 5 (3+4) 6 (2–5) 7
1985 783 783 - 783 - 100
1986 1098 1098 - 1098 - 100
1987 2616 2614 - 2614 02 99.92
1988 1171 1170 - 1170 01 99.91
1989 1870 1868 - 1868 02 99.89
1990 2396 2392 - 2392 04 99.83
1991 1676 1674 - 1674 02 99.93
1992 2195 2191 - 2191 04 99.82
1993 1759 1757 - 1757 02 99.89
1994 2524 2520 - 2520 04 99.84
1995 1465 1454 - 1454 11 99.25
1996 700 693 - 693 07 98.32
1997 2093 2083 - 2083 10 99.52
1998 1127 1111 - 1111 16 98.58
1999 749 735 - 735 14 98.13
2000 1720 1691 1 1692 28 98.37
2001 1528 1498 - 1498 30 98.04
2002 1507 1461 2 1463 44 96.08
2003 1090 1054 - 1054 36 96.70
2004 1159 1061 2 1063 96 91.72
2005 1736 1476 9 1485 251 85.54
2006 1077 842 6 848 229 78.74
2007 1265 887 8 895 370 70.75
2008 1029 327 3 330 699 34.99
2009 79 — — — 79 0.00
Total 82,296 80,323 31 80,355 1941 97.64
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DETAILS OF ASSURANCES EXTRACTED/FULFILLED DURING 1956 TO 28
TH
FEBRUARY, 2009
RAJYA SABHA
Year Total Number Number of Assurances Total Balance %of
of Assurances Fulfilled Dropped Implemented Implementation
1 2 3 4 5 (3+4) 6 (2–5) 7
1956 373 373 - 373 - 100
1957 238 238 - 238 - 100
1958 287 287 - 287 - 100
1959 235 235 - 235 - 100
1960 233 233 - 233 - 100
1961 257 257 - 257 - 100
1962 479 479 - 479 - 100
1963 218 218 - 218 - 100
1964 349 349 - 349 - 100
1965 1342 1342 - 1342 - 100
1966 436 436 - 436 - 100
1967 495 495 - 495 - 100
1968 827 827 - 827 - 100
1969 1104 1104 - 1104 - 100
1970 591 591 - 591 - 100
1971 447 447 - 447 - 100
1972 832 832 - 832 - 100
1973 1009 1009 - 1009 - 100
1974 724 724 - 724 - 100
1975 384 384 - 384 - 100
1976 781 781 - 781 - 100
1977 1117 1117 - 1117 - 100
1978 1655 1655 - 1655 - 100
1979 748 748 - 748 - 100
1980 1391 1391 - 1391 - 100
1981 1688 1688 - 1688 - 100
1982 1466 1466 - 1466 - 100
1983 1472 1472 - 1472 - 100
1984 1082 1082 - 1082 - 100
1985 1315 1315 - 1315 - 100
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Year Total Number Number of Assurances Total Balance %of
of Assurances Fulfilled Dropped Implemented Implementation
1 2 3 4 5 (3+4) 6 (2–5) 7
1986 1295 1295 - 1295 - 100
1987 1810 1809 - 1809 01 99.94
1988 1705 1705 - 1705 - 100
1989 1420 1420 - 1420 - 100
1990 1642 1640 01 1641 01 99.94
1991 1678 1675 03 1678 - 100
1992 2052 2050 01 2051 01 99.95
1993 1544 1541 01 1542 02 99.87
1994 1261 1258 02 1260 01 99.92
1995 740 738 02 740 - 100
1996 672 669 02 671 01 99.85
1997 906 902 01 903 03 99.67
1998 232 222 03 225 07 96.98
1999 261 250 04 254 07 97.32
2000 710 694 03 697 13 98.17
2001 382 364 - 364 18 95.29
2002 682 631 01 632 50 92.67
2003 843 790 - 790 53 93.71
2004 542 481 02 483 59 89.11
2005 1157 956 05 961 196 83.06
2006 868 669 01 670 198 77.19
2007 811 651 02 653 158 80.52
2008 638 183 12 195 443 30.56
2009 35 00 00 00 35 0.00
Total 47461 46168 46 46214 1247 97.37
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TABLE – 62
LIST OF EMPLOYEES OF THE MINISTRY OF PARLIAMENTARY AFFAIRS
Sl. NAME DESIGNATION PRESENT POSTING
No.
GROUP ‘A’ (GAZETTED)
1 Shri P.J. Thomas Secretary
2 Sh. P. Gopalakrishnan Joint Secretary
3 Director
4 Shri H.L. Negi Deputy Secretary DS (Legislative)
5 Smt Rewa Rani Deputy Secretary DS (Administration)
6 Shri M.S. Chopra Under Secretary On deputation
7 Shri A. Manoharan Under Secretary On deputation
8 Smt. Suman S. Bara Under Secretary US (Legislative)
9 Shri R.C. Mohanty Under Secretary US (YP
10 Shri D. Bose Under Secretary US(ME)
11 Shri R.K. Gupta Under Secretary US ( I)
12 Shri U.S. Chattopadhyay Under Secretary US(A)
13 Shri Dhirendra Choubey Under Secretary US ( C )
14 Shri Vijay Singh Khatri PPS Secretary’s Office
15 Shri K. C. Talukdar Research Officer Research Cell
GROUP ‘B’ GAZETTED
16 Shri Rameshwar Prasad Section Officer General
17 Shri Jagdish Kumar Section Officer Protocol & Welfare
18 Shri A.K. Jha Section Officer ME
19 Shri A.B. Acharya Section Officer Legislative-I
20 Shri Mukesh Kumar Section Officer A&P
21 Shri P.K. Halder Section Officer Imp. – II
22 Smt. Padma Rathi Section Officer Imp. – I
23 Shri S.S. Patra Section Officer Administration
24 Shri Rajan Section Officer Committee
25 Shri N. Thangeo Section Officer On Medical Leave
26 Shri Som Dutt Thapliyal Legislative –II
27 Smt. Manorama Bhardwaj Assistant Director Hindi
28 Smt. S. Suganthi Private Secretary P.S. Secretary Office
29 Smt Jessi Jayachandran Private Secretary Joint Secretary’s Office
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Sl. NAME DESIGNATION PRESENT POSTING
No.
30 Shri Ravinder Kumar Private Secretary MPS
31 Smt Mithlesh Kalia Section Officer YP
GROUP ‘B’ (NON-GAZETTED)
32 Shri Anil Kumar Assistant Leg. I
33 Shri P.K. Tripathi Assistant Leg. I
34 Shri Sharad Dwivedi Assistant Admn.
35 Shri Manish Gupta Assistant ME
36 Shri Rajesh Kumar Singh Assistant A&P
37 Shri Kiran Kumar Assistant YP
38 Shri Sohan Lal Assistant Committee
39 Shri Purshottam Kumar Assistant Imp.- I
40 Shri Hermon Lakra Assistant A&P
41 Shri Gauri Shankar Assistant Imp. – I
42 Smt. Savidha Mohan Assistant Admn.
43 Smt. Sarla Bhutani Assistant Leg. – I
44 Shri S.K. Jain Assistant Committee
45 Smt. Bilasi Toppo Assistant Imp. – II
46 Shri Amar Dev Assistant Leg. II
47 Shri Prodyot Bepari Assistant/Accountant A&P/P&W
48 Shri Placidius Barla Assistant MPS
49 Shri Ahmad Mian Siddiqui Personal Assistant Under Suspension
50 Shri Surendra Singh Personal Assistant DS (A)
51 Km. Mrig Nayani Pandey Senior Translator Hindi
52 Shri Virender Kumar Junior Translator Hindi
53 Shri Pawan Kumar Junior Translator Hindi
GROUP ‘C’ (NON-GAZETTED)
54 Smt Swaranjit Kaur UDC Imp.- I
55 Smt Leolina Lakra UDC Imp.-II
56 Smt Vandana Dhingra UDC YP
57 Shri J.P.P. Kujur UDC General
58 Shri Prakash Tahiliani UDC Leg.II
59 Shri Braj Mohan Kumar UDC Leg.I
60 Shri Binda Rawat UDC Committee
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Sl. NAME DESIGNATION PRESENT POSTING
No.
61 Shri Birender Kumar UDC Hindi
62 Shri James Rakesh Ekka UDC((Cashier) A&P Section
63 Smt Sushila UDC Research Cell
64 Shri J.N. Naik Stenographer (Ad hoc P.A.) DS (L)
65 Shri P.C. Jha Stenographer US(C)
66 Smt Rekha Bharti Stenographer US (YP) and US(ME)
67 Shri R. Raghunathan Stenographer MPS
68 Shri Yash Pal LDC Imp. II
69 Shri Avinash Kumar UDC ME
70 Shri Baij Nath Mehto LDC General
71 Shri Bir Singh LDC A&P
72 Shri Hoshiar Singh LDC YP
73 Shri Vijay Pal LDC Imp. I
74 Shri Abhay Singh LDC Imp. II
75 Shri Jai Narain LDC Admn
76 Shri Sadhu Ram LDC P&W
77 Shri Sher Singh Staff Car Driver, Gd I HMPA Office
78 Shri Surya Prakash Staff Car Driver, Gd II HMOS (VN) Office
79 Shri Kanshi Ram Staff Car Driver, Gd II HMPA Office
80 Shri Manoj Kumar Staff Car Driver, Ordinary Grade Secretary Office
81 Shri Vijender Singh Staff Car Driver, Ordinary Grade General Section
82 Shri Bhuwan Chander Staff Car Driver, Ordinary Grade HMOS (SK) Office
83 Shri Satbir Singh Staff Car Driver J.S. Office
84 Shri Ranjeet Singh Despatch Rider General
85 Shri Dalip Kumar Gestetner Operator General
GROUP ‘D’ (NON-GAZETTED)
87 Shri Jagdish Prasad Daftry Imp.
88 Shri Uma Shankar Singh Daftry Leg.I
89 Shri Krishan Pal Daftry General & Committee
90 Shri Rajbir Singh Daftry Leg.I & II
91 Shri Rohtash Kumar Daftry YP
92 Shri Bhadai Shah Peon US (A)
93 Shri Parmanand Peon Secretary Office
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Sl. NAME DESIGNATION PRESENT POSTING
No.
94 Shri Gajraj Singh Peon General
95 Shri Deesh Kumar Peon General
96 Shri Mani Ram Peon General
97 Shri Ramesh Chander Peon Secretary Office
98 Shri Bhawan Singh Peon US(YP)/US(ME)
99 Shri Om Prakash Peon General
100 Shri Brahm Kumar Peon A&P
101 Shri Nand Kishore Peon DS(L)
102 Shri Raj Kumar Paswan Peon MPS
103 Shri Kamal Kishore Peon Leg.I
104 Shri Rajendra Peon General
105 Shri Naresh Kumar Peon JS Office
106 Smt Bishno Devi Peon DS(A)
107 Shri Mahesh Peon US( C)
108 Shri Mukesh Sweeper Admn.
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