Chief Economic Adviser to the Government of India
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|Chief Economic Adviser to the Government of India of Government of India
भारत सरकार के मुख्य आर्थिक सलाहकार
Emblem of India
|Residence||North Block, Secretariat Building, New Delhi|
|Appointer||Minister of Finance|
The Chief Economic Adviser (CEA) is the economic advisor to the Government of India. The CEA is the ex-officio cadre controlling authority of the Indian Economic Service. The CEA is under the direct charge of the Minister of Finance.
List of CEAs
|No||Name||Portrait||Term of office|
|1||Ashok Lahiri||July 2007|
|2||Arvind Virmani||July 2007||November 2009|
|3||Kaushik Basu||July 2012|
|4||Raghuram Rajan||10 August 2012||4 September 2013|
|5||Arvind Subramanian||16 October 2014||Incumbent|
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