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Chief Secretary's Office
Department / Office Profile

The Chief Secretary is the principal Officer of Govt. responsible for overall control and efficient administration of the State Govt. In addition to the regular Secretarial functions regarding the Departments under his charge, he is entrusted with the following special functions: -

  • He is the Secretary to the Cabinet and as such advises Cabinet on all matters placed before it for consideration.
  • He is responsible for inter-departmental co-operation and co-ordination.
  • He advises the Chief Minister on all important policy decisions and important matters concerned with Government of India or with other States.
  • He may send for any file from any Department regarding a proposal, which has already been examined in the Department and with his view may send the file to the Minister in-charge or the Chief Minister through the Minister in-charge.
  • He is responsible for all other matters not specifically allotted to other Secretaries.