Reports older than 2009

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27 March 2023
Report No. 1 of 2023- Union Government (Economic & Service Ministries - Civil) (Compliance Audit Observations)

Overview Report No. 1 of 2023 on Union Government Economic and Service Ministries – Civil (Compliance Audit) for the year ended March 2021 . The Audit Report contains a brief analysis of the expenditure of the 19 Economic and Service...

Sector: Industry and Commerce | Power & Energy | Transport & Infrastructure
05 July 2022
Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India on Revenue, Economic, Social and General Sectors and PSUs for the year ended 31 March 2019

This Report comprises three chapters containing audit findings pertaining to Revenue, Economic, Social and General Sectors and Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs). Chapter I relating to Revenue Sector contains seven compliance audit paragraphs...

Sector: Power & Energy | Transport & Infrastructure | Taxes and Duties
06 April 2022
Report No.23 of 2021 - Union Government (Civil) Ministry of Home Affairs, Performance Audit of Indo-Nepal Border Road Project

This Report contains significant results of the Performance Audit on the Indo-Nepal Border Roads Project covering the period from 2010-11 to 2018-19 updated upto March 2021. Government of India in November 2010 took up the construction of 1377 km of ...

Sector: Social Infrastructure | Transport & Infrastructure
08 September 2011
Report No. 18 of 2011 – Performance Audit of Civil Aviation in India of Union Government, Ministry of Civil Aviation

Air India Limited (AIL) and Indian Airlines Ltd. (IAL) dominated the Indian aviation industry till the mid-1990's, when as part of the open sky policy, the Government of India (Gol) ended their monopoly in air transport services, and allowed private ...

Sector: Transport & Infrastructure
09 March 2010
Report No. 3 of 2009 - Performace Audit of Functioning of Major Port Trust in India of Union Government, Ministry of Shipping

There are 11 major ports in India governed by the Major Port Trusts Act, 1963, which serve as the primary conduit for India's international trade, by handling three-fourths of the nation's maritime cargo. These ports function as autonomous bodies...

Sector: Transport & Infrastructure
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