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Comptroller and Auditor General of India (in Hindi).
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  1. Constitutional bodies for UPSE CSE PRELIMS: 2018 -By Rahul Agrawal

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  3. CONSTITUTIONAL BODIES R. AGRAWA These bodies are mentioned in the constitution. You will see articles associated with them. They derive their power from constitution. Constitution ko amend karna padega to CONSTITUTION OF INDIA change them. EXAMPLE UPSC Article (315-323) Election commission -Article 324 CAG- Article 148 Finance commission- Article 280

  4. R. AGRAWA About Comptroller and auditor general of India (CAG)

  5. R. AGRAWAL Constitutional body - Article 148 CAG shall be the most important offices under the constitution of India Dr. B.R. Ambedkar

  6. R. AGRAWAL Appointment Appointed by president of India To uphold the constitution & the laws Holds office for period of 6 years (65 years) Removal - same as supreme court judge

  7. R. AGRAWAL CAG Audits the receipts & expenditures of: 1) All bodies & authorities substantially 2) Government companies financed from central/state revenues 3) Other corporation & bodies

  8. R. AGRAWAL Functions: CAG's (duties, powers and conditions of services act, 1971)+ constitutiorn Audits all expenditure from: 1) Consolidated fund of (India + states+ UT assembly) 2) Contingency fund of (India + states) 3) Public account of (India + states)

  9. R. AGRAWAL Some important points:- CAG doesnot hold his office till the pleasure of the president. CAG is also the head of the Indian audit and accounts department. No minister can represent the CAG in parliament. Not eligible for further office. > CAG helps the legislatures hold their respective governments accountable

  10. R. AGRAWAL Art, 151: The reports of the Comptroller and Auditor-General of India relating to the accounts of the Union shall be submitted to the president, who shall cause them to be laid before each House of Parliament. > The reports of the Comptroller and Auditor-General of be India relating to the accounts of a State shall be submitted to the Governor of the State, who shall cause them to be laid before the Legislature of the State. o the Governorofh

  11. R. AGRAWAL CAG submits 3 audit reports to the president: Audit report on appropriation accounts >Audit report on finance accounts Audit report on public undertakings President (both houses) Public account committee to examine

  12. R. AGRAWAL Types of Audit performed by CAG Efficiency Audit: Efficiency audit as the name suggests answers the question whether the money invested yields optimum results. The main purpose of the efficiency audit is to ensure that the investment is prioritized and channeled into its most profitable utilization. Performance Audit: Performance audit answers whether the government programmes such as NREGA have achieved the desired objectives at the lowest cost and given the intended benefits. It generally does not get into the merits-demerits of a particular policy/scheme rather looks into the effectiveness with which the scheme is implemented and any deficiencies thereof. Environmental Audit: This is a relatively new area of concern for the CAG keeping in mind the challenges facing India with respect to conservation and management of the environment. More than 100 audits on environmental issues like bio-diversity, pollution of rivers, waste management have been conducted by the CAG to identify critical issues and suggest possible solutions by involving all stakeholders.