Business Advisory Committee of Lok Sabha

The Business Advisory Committee of Lok Sabha consists of 15 members including the Speaker who is the ex-officio Chairman.

The members are nominated by the Speaker.

Almost all sections of the House are represented on the Committee as per the respective strength of parties in the House.

The function of the Committee is to recommend the time that should be allotted for the discussion of such Government legislative and other business as the Speaker, in consultation with the Leader of the House, may direct to be referred to the Committee.

The Committee, on its own initiative, may also recommend to the Government to bring forward particular subjects for discussion in the House and recommend allocation of time for such discussions.

The decisions reached by the Committee are always unanimous in character and representative of the collective view of the House.

The Committee generally meets at the beginning of each Session and thereafter as and when necessary.

In the Rajya Sabha, it has 11 members including the Chairman as its ex-officio chairman.

The Business Advisory Committee was constituted for the first time on the 14th of July, 1952.


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