Biography of Manmohan Singh Politician with Family Background and Personal Details

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Biography of Manmohan Singh Politician with Family Background and Personal Details

Biography of Manmohan Singh Politician with Family Background and Personal Details

Personal Information of Manmohan Singh

• Real Name- Manmohan Singh
• Date of Birth- 26 September 1932
• Birth Place- Gah, Punjab, British India (Present Punjab, Pakistan)
• Nationality- Indian
• Political Party- Indian National Congress
• Religion- Sikh
• Father Name- Gurmukh Singh
• Mother Name- Amrit Kaur
• Marital Status- Married
• Spouse Name- Gursharan Kaur
• Children- 3 (Upinder, Daman, and Amrit)
• Famous As- Former Prime Minister of India
• Educational Qualifications- MA (Economics), Panjab University, Chandigarh, First Class with the first position in the University, Economics Tripos (First Class Honours), University of Cambridge, U.K., D.Phil., Nuffield College, University of Oxford, U.K.
• Profession- Economist, Bureaucrat, and Politician

Manmohan Singh is a prominent Indian financial analyst and politician who served in as the PM of India for two back to back terms. He held unmistakable posts in various associations and got numerous honors for his splendid work even before starting his political vocation. He held different posts, for example, advisor to the FTM (Foreign Trade Ministry), Chief Economic Advisor in the Ministry of Finance, Governor of RBI (Reserve Bank of India), and Head of the Planning Commission. As the Finance Minister in the Pamulaparti Venkata (P. V. Narasimha Rao) government during the 1990s, he did a few basic changes that changed India's economy, which upgraded Singh's notoriety as a dominant reform-minded financial analyst. In the time of 2004, he was chosen to be the Prime Minister of India which came as astonishment as everyone was expecting Sonia Gandhi, being the leader of the UPA (United Progressive Alliance), to take up the post. His no-nonsense picture and a splendid bureaucratic affair were indeed recognized by the general population and he was re-chosen as the Prime Minister in 2009. Be that as it may, in his second term, he was blamed for fostering too close a political relationship with the United States and his party confronted further claims of corruption which finally led to the disintegration of the party's reputation with the general population. In spite of the criticism, he is still viewed as the key engineer to usher India into a new financial shape. An extraordinary mastermind, researcher and a capable financial expert, he is the main head administrator since Jawaharlal Nehru, to be re-chosen in the wake of finishing an entire five-year term.

Important Positions Held of Manmohan Singh
1976: Honorary Professor at JWU (Jawaharlal Nehru University)
1976-1980: Director of RBI (Reserve Bank of India)
1976-1980: Director of IDBI (Industrial Development Bank of India)
1980-1982: Member of the PC (Planning Commission) (Government Agency)
1982-1985: Governor of RBI (Reserve Bank of India)
1985-1987: Deputy Chairman of the PCOI (Planning Commission of India)
1987-1990: Secretary General of the South Commission, an independent monetary research organization situated in Geneva, Switzerland
1990: Advisor on Economic Affairs to the PM (Prime Minister)
1991: Chairman of the UGC (University Grants Commission)

Political Journey of Manmohan Singh
Thirteenth PM of India from (22 May 2004 - 26 May 2014)
From 21 March 1998 – 21 May 2004: Leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha
From 21 June 1991 – 16 May 1996: MoF (Minister of Finance)

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