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What is so special about the batch of 1972?

What is so special about the batch of 1972?
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First Published: Fri, Oct 21 2011. 01 26 PM IST

Updated: Fri, Oct 21 2011. 01 26 PM IST
Indian Administrative Service officers from the 1972 batch hold leadership position in key institutions and departments.
In some ways, these are the people who run the country.
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D Subbarao
Governor, Reserve Bank of India | Regulates the banking sector.
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Sudha Pillai
Member secretary, Planning Commission | Coordinates between the commission, ministries and state governments for policy planning.
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Vinod Rai
Comptroller and auditor general | Apex auditor for government expenditure.
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Yashwant S Bhave
Chairman, Airports Economic Regulatory Authority | Regulates airport tariffs, monitors performance standards.
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Pradeep Kumar
Central vigilance commissioner | Monitors all anti-corruption activity under the central government.
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T Nanda Kumar
Member, National Disaster Management Authority | Responsible for preparing policy for disaster management.
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MN Prasad
Executive director, World Bank | The Indian nominee at the bank; represents Bhutan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
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Pramod Deo
Chairman, Central Electricity Regulatory Commission | Regulator for the Indian electricity sector.
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RS Pandey
Interlocutor between Union government and National Socialist Council of Nagaland-lsak-Muivah | Is brokering a peace deal with insurgent groups.
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PI Suvrathan
Chairman, Food Safety and Standards Authority of India | Formulates policy and sets quality standards for food products.
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Anita Das
Independent director, Oil and Natural Gas Corp. Ltd
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Promilla Issar
Member, Central Administrative Tribunal
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R Satapathy
Member, Central Administrative Tribunal | Adjudicates the disputes of central government officials.
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First Published: Fri, Oct 21 2011. 01 26 PM IST