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344. Dr. Hashim

Chairman, Union Public Service Commission

(b.1941), M.Com. (Lucknow, 1961), Ph.D. (Economics) (Poona, 1969) is, at present, Chairman, Union Public Service Commission. He joined the Commission as Member in April, 2002. He was the Ambassador of India to Republic of Kazakhstan from 2000 to 2002, Member, Planning Commission (1996-2000), Member-Secretary, Planning Commission (1998-99), Adviser & Principal Adviser, Planning Commission (1986-1995), Director, Institute of Economic Growth (1995-96), Professor of Economics and the Head of the Department of Economics at the MS University of Baroda (1978-86).

Dr. Hashim held Leverhulm Visiting Fellowship, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK (1972-73).  He was UGC National Lecturer during 1984-85. He has been awarded a Degree of Honorary Doctorate of Economics by Almaty State University, Kazakhstan and has also been awarded International Economic Academy of Eurasia Prize, 2001 by the International Economic Academy of Eurasia, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Dr. Hashim was the Chairman, National Commission for Integrated Water Resources Development Plan (1996-1999); Chairman, Working Group for Revision of Wholesale Price Index  (1997-1999); Member of the Independent South Asian Commission on Poverty Alleviation (SAARC) (1991-1999); Represented India on the PREPCOM of the UN on World Social Summit (1995); Secretary, Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister (1987-1990); Executive Member, Narmada Planning Group (1981-83), Adviser, Ministry of Planning, Government of Iraq (1974-76).
Dr. Hashim has held high academic positions in a number of Institutions and Associations. He has been President, Indian Society of Labour Economics Conference, 1999. Dr. Hashim's research contributions have been in the following areas:  Optimising models of location and flows, Measurement of capital and factor productivity, Input-Output Models and Capital matrices, Poverty and Employment, Income distribution, agriculture and water resources. He has published a large number of papers in professional forums. His seminal work was published as a book:  Capital-Output Relations in Indian Manufacturing (1946-1964) (in co-authorship with M.M. Dadi), (M.S. University of Baroda Press, Baroda, 1973).

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