Executive Record Sheet
Mr. Abhishek Acharya
Date of Birth : 22 Jan 1979
Gender : Male
Date of Entry into Service : 22 Nov 2008
Date of Superannuation : 31 Jan 2039
Mother Tongue : --Not Set--
Languages known : --Not Set--
Mode of Recruitment : Direct Recruitment
Present Grade : STS
Date of entry into present Grade : 28 Mar 2013
Present Posting : NITI Aayog
Present Designation : Senior Research Officer
Nature of post : Cadre
Domicile State : West Bengal
Place of domicile : --Not Set--
Detailed CV :  View


Educational Qualifications
Degree University/Institution Subject/Subject of specialization Year of passing/completion Achievements
Graduation University of Kalyani Economics(Hons) 2000
Post-Graduation University of Kalyani MA Economics 2002 1st class
M. Phil
Post Doctoral
Professional Degrees University Grants Commission UGC NET in Economics 2005
Diplomas / Certificate Courses Jawahar Lal Nehru Academy of Languages, Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan Diploma in French language 2012
Centre international d'études pédagogiques for Ministry of Education Government of France Diplome d'etudes en Langue Francais 2015


Whether Study leave has been availed by the Officer : No


Details of Posting in IES
Grade Designation Place of Posting Brief description of duties Date Total Time
JTS Assistant Director Dept of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance Analysis and Report on Public Finance 5 Feb 2010 - 28 Feb 2011 1 Years, 23 Days Cadre
JTS Research Officer Dept of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance Climate Change Finance and Agriculture 1 Mar 2011 - 27 Mar 2013 2 Years, 27 Days Cadre
STS Assistant Adviser Dept of Economic Affairs Climate Change Finance and Agriculture 28 Mar 2013 - 20 Apr 2015 2 Years, 23 Days Cadre
STS Senior Research Officer NITI Aayog States Division 20 Apr 2015 - 05 May 2016
Till Date


Personal/Study Leave (if any) :



Details of In Service training (Both Domestic and Foreign whether debarred from foreign training, if so, the details thereof) attended by the officer sponsored by the cadre.

Year Name of the training course Name of Institute Venue Period of Training
(in weeks)

Details of Training Programme attended by the officer sponsored by the Ministry/Department in which they were posted

Year Name of the training course Name of Institute Venue Period of Training
(in weeks)
2010 Government Finance Statistics IMF STI Singapore Three weeks
2011 MacroEconomic Management and Fiscal Policies ITP PUNE Pune Two Weeks


Any specific area or subject where the officer would prefer to be trained, for current assignment and for long term career progression.

Training for Current assignment : Climate Change Finance and Sustainable Development issues
Training for Long term Career Progression : Climate Change Finance and Sustainable Development issues and International Economic Diplomacy


Publication & Awards

Please mention contributions, if any, like publication of articles in journals/ publication of books/paper presentations in seminars or workshops or conferences by the officer during the tenure in IES.

Nature of Activity Name Topic Description Year of publication
Working papers Delhi Vision Statement Green Climate Fund 2013
Others UNFCCC Long Term Finance Long Term Finance for Climate Finance 2013


Area of specialization of the officer Grade No. of years of specialization gained
Planning STS 1 Years
Environment JTS,STS 2 Years
Public Finance JTS 1 Years


Specific area of interest/field of work where the officer would prefer to be placed.
Environment, Financial Markets, Trade, Commerce & Industry, Tourism, Any other

Subject/Area or topic preferred by the officer to deliver a lecture, whenever required.
Environment, Any other



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This profile was last updated on: 5th May 2016


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