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Dr. Chandrapal, IAS (Retd.)
Former Secretary to Govt. of India,

Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises
B 505, Kamla Nagar, Agra
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A recognized transformational leader and an active proponent of ‘all inclusive growth’ entailing all spheres of society. Utilizing 39 yrs of proven expertise in driving social change by spearheading effective strategies.


  1. Macro & Micro Policy Planning and Strategy Development at the Federal and Country level, Sectoral Planning, Implementation, Management and Administration viz. Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development, Law & Order, Labour and Employment, Poverty Alleviation, Religious Affairs, Social and Community Development, Food Security, Tourism, Education, Transport, Land Reforms and Housing.
  2. Human Resource Development, Motivation and Empowerment, Social Change, International Resource Mobilization, Governance, Self Help Groups and Community Organizations, Project Feasibility, Preparation, Execution and Evaluation, Negotiation, Workshops and Seminars.

CAREER PROFILE with the Government of India

Last Designation: Secretary to Govt. of India,
Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises

    • Devising and propagating growth-centered policies and programmes for over 12 million micro and small enterprises in the country employing over 30 million people contributing to an estimated USD 28 billion to exports from India.
    • Aggressively working towards achieving strategic objectives of the 11th Five Year Plan, with special focus on faster and more inclusive growth and expanding Manufacturing and Services activities in a regionally balanced manner and generating widely disbursed employment during the 11th Plan period.
    • Formulating action plan for infusion of appropriate technologies, design skills, modern marketing, capacity building and easier access to credit to the segment for expanding base for self sustained employment and wealth generation.
    • Pivotal in enactment of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development (MSMED) Act 2006, setting up of National Manufacturing Competitive Council (NMCC) and the National Commission for Enterprises in Unorganized Sector (NCEUS).
    • Major impetus has been given to the ‘Inclusive Growth’ entailing creation of large employment opportunities in MSE sector.
    • Initiating strategic measures to increase the skilled workforce from the present 5% to 50% to tide over the anticipated shortage of skilled manpower in the manufacturing sector.
    • Identified an important intervention viz. ‘Proactive Involvement of the Indian industry is critical’ to expand the number of skills to augment training schedules. Thus initiated discussions with Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) and Associated Chamber of Commerce & Industry (ASSOCHAM) etc. in the aspect of skill development, so that skill creation is demand driven and relevant to emerging market opportunities. 
    • Conceptualized training of 50-100 boys and girls in each block on every identified product with appropriate proportion of candidates from Minorities, SCs and STs.
    • Evolving schemes to enter into MOU with industry associations across the country to impart practical training to a pre-decided number of young boys and girls (may be 20% of the workforce employed within the unit) within their set ups.
    • Streamlining the process for improving credit to MSMEs and eliminating inadequacies in credit delivery to MSMEs. Initiated inter-ministerial discussions to highlight the inadequacies for early resolution. 
  • Proposed ‘Cluster based Approach to Financing MSEs’, which offers considerable possibility of reduction of transaction costs and mitigation of risk. Thus proposed to develop one cluster in each block, so that the educated youth could contribute in a big way in national wealth. 
  • Providing greater thrust towards R&D to innovate technologies through collaborative approach resulting in signing of MOUs with other countries towards facilitating the international technology linkages through joint ventures, collaborations and technical tie ups.
  • The NMCC has finalized five years national manufacturing competitiveness programme particularly for SMEs with special focus on technology upgradation support for MSEs under public private partnership mode. 
  • More than 350 SME clusters and over 1000 traditional clusters were identified and cluster development approach being an effective form of intervention in the promotion of MSMEs, concerted efforts are being directed through all India cluster development programme. 
  • Conceptualized and planned ‘MSME India’ brand exhibition both at national and international levels to enhance business development of micro, small and medium enterprises. 
  • Developed action plan to promote and focus international seminars/exhibitions towards SME exports.
  • Coordinated with various ministries / ministers to evolve policy decisions on special attention for MSMEs while making Special Economic Zone (SEZ).
  • Weaker sections of the society should have provisions on the land allocations to MSMEs in SEZ. Such measures were welcomed by the Commerce Ministry. 
  • The guidelines for more effective implementation of Prime Minister’s Rozgar Yojna (PMRY) and Rural Employment Guarantee Programme (REGP), Capital Subsidy Based programme have been issued to ensure proper and wider publicity through Panchayats, Pamphlets, Radio, Television, Seminar & Workshops and selection of beneficiaries, proper training and training support followed by strict monitoring and control by having cent percent verification by the district agencies as well as external agencies to avoid any malpractices and corruption.

Principal Advisor
Planning Commission, Govt. of India

  • Responsible for the country’s development and growth planning for the downtrodden in the Society i.e. SC/ST, Minorities and OBCs.
  • Critically analyzed the status of the economy viz. while taking stock of the growth of our economy, inspite of achievements and growth in various sectors, several divides and marginalization of large segments of our population are still seen. Thus, conceptualized national level action plan for a turnaround towards ‘growth’ which is more ‘inclusive’.
  • Earnestly attempted and communicated the belief of ‘equal growth at all levels’ to every top functionary in the Planning Commission.
  • Significantly contributed for the social security system to the much deserving labour class in the unorganized sector.
  • Strategized and planned for enlarging vocational training, skill development training through increased Industrial Training Institutes, higher education institutions and Universities, awareness campaigns and intensive campaigns etc. across the country.
  • Systematically organized regular discussions and interactions with the top functionaries in the Planning Commission to plan for “Skill development” across the country.
  • Enabled the Planning Commission, therefore, to realize that it is necessary to invest in building their capabilities, education, and training towards skill development for productive employment.  As a consequence, vision to enhance employability of the youth of the country has been captured very well in the Approach to the 11th Five Year Plan as “Skill Development Mission”. 
  • Contributed for removing the regional imbalances through strategic planning at village level, state level and regional level and recognised for propagating ‘Equal Growth in the Country’.
  • Strategized schemes for implementation of the Backward Region Grant Fund (BRGF), which is designed to redress the regional imbalances in development. The fund provides financial resources for supplementing, converging existing developmental inflows into identified districts so as to:
  • Bridge critical gaps in local infrastructure and other development requirements that are not being adequately met through existing inflows.
  • Strengthen to this end Panchayat and Municipalities level governance with more appropriate capacity building to facilitate participatory planning, decision making, implementation and monitoring to reflect the local felt needs.
  • Provides professional support to local bodies for planning, implementation and monitoring their plans.
  • Improve the performance and delivery of critical functions assigned to Panchayats and counter possible efficiency and equity losses on account of inadequate local capacity.
  Principal Advisor (West Bengal, Bihar, Orissa and Jharkhand),
Planning Commission, Govt. of India
  • Strategized schemes for apprising State Plans for ultimate Government clearance.
  • Designed and evolved review mechanism to monitor and control the plan schemes for effective implementation of the Plans.
  • While appraising the plan schemes, entire gamut of issues that go into development process were studied, analyzed, discussed and clarified from all perspectives of overall development.

KEY EXPERIENCE in the Government of Uttar Pradesh

Principal Secretary Public Works Dept.

  • Undertook a major survey and strategically planned highways as well as inter connecting roads to villages at the level of District, State as well as nation to improve infrastructure.  Special attention was given to rural infrastructure to improve village connectivity with towns/ cities and access to agricultural markets.
  • Tourist places were identified and road linkages were improved alongwith amenities for the appreciation of tourists. 
  • Strategically planned and worked on “integrated infrastructure networking” connecting road, rail and air. 
  • Facilitated the training and development of team members to understand and appreciate the contemporary technological advancements and quality in the field of building infrastructure for enhancing social and economic development.
  • Reservation for SC/ST in contract works was initiated.

Principal Secretary Religious Affairs

  • Engaged in formulating policies and programmes for the cause of unity in the country simultaneously maintaining the secular status. 
  • Land religious places of worship were planned for allotment to the followers of the religion after thorough scrutiny by Development Authority allowing no encroachments.
  • Advocated examination for the post of “Priesthood” to avoid monopoly of one group in the light of the fact that “national unity” cannot be achieved without “social unity”.
  • Suggested the scheme for allotment of land to different religious institutions for construction of temples/mosques/churches on equal footing and advocated removal of encroachments by religious structures on public complexes.  

Principal Secretary Food dept.

  • Studied and analyzed food management system terms of procurement to distribution, procedures and methodology adopted, logistics involved, implementation process and corresponding delivery system. 
  • Based on the diagnostic study, gaps were identified and streamlined the entire process through adequate corrective measures. 
  • Long term solutions were put in place to arrest recurring of gaps noticed during the diagnostic study. 

Principal Secretary Transport,Chairman U.P.S.R.T.C.

  • As Chairman of UPSRTC, strategic measures were conceived, planned and introduced to enhance the routes and re-arranging national bus routes in addition to effectively monitoring bus-wise status in terms of revenue yield,   resulting UPSRTC attaining profitable status. 
  • Evolved schemes for the role of private operators to augment the revenue for the Corporation and for ease of commuting for the public. 
  • Revamped the entire transport system and importantly a policy on motor vehicle tax collection was introduced which allowed the taxes to be deposited in banks instead of RTO offices. This has eliminated corruption.

U.P. Agro & Industrial Development Corporation as M.D.

  • As MD of the Corporation, turned around the performance of the organization by formulating and implementing effective strategies, leading to the organisation emerging from red. 
  • Every organ of the Corporation was analyzed in terms of SWOT and induced  team effort involving the human resources engaged in the Corporation.  As a consequence the delivery system of the Corporation touched a new height and the much needed turnaround was brought about.
  • Completed the entire task with no additional financial assistance from the Government. A Presidential Award was announced later for this contribution.

Principal Secretary Planning

  • Key role in planning; macro and micro economic perspectives were examined and immediate action was taken to enhance the plan outlay of Rs. 2900 Crores in 1995 to Rs. 6000 Crores in the next year and later increased to Rs. 8000 Crores in the subsequent year, which was further stepped up to Rs. 10000 Crores in the next year.
  • Scheduled Caste and Tribal sub plan was formulated providing the funds in proportion to the population in the state and later on it was mandatorily extended to all the states through the Planning Commission..
  • Introduced monitoring and evaluation mechanism to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of HR. 
  • ‘Total Planning’ was conceived in terms of data collection, data processing, drawing up prospective plan, strategies, objectives, manpower plan etc., which later converted into regional plan, district plan, village plan etc. for easy implementation, monitoring and evaluation followed by corrective and preventive action programmes.
  • In order to reduce regional imbalances, conceived and instituted Dr. Ambedkar Gramin Yojna for development of regions inhabited by weaker sections.  Simultaneously these efforts were augmented by formulating SC/ST Sub Plan, which carried funds for their welfare schemes.

Principal Secretary Programme Implementation

  • Conceived and implemented “Programme Implementation Package” based on 4 principles i.e. People’s participation, transparency, quality and corruption free delivery system. 
  • Evolved a system to comprehend the programme and schemes and generated a computerized output of all the schemes and the beneficiaries of 15-20 villages, which was provided to all as a step towards transparent administration. 
  • Successfully reduced expenditure and ensured the real beneficiaries of the scheme were benefited. Through such savings scholarships for the backward classes increased to 21% which were previously hovering at 6%-7%. 
  • The planning process was “Decentralized” and 30% of funds were placed at the disposal of district planning committee for effective implementation.
  • Such innovative measures and monitoring mechanism was rewarded by awards by the State Government and were recommended for implementation in all states of India. 

Principal Secretary Labour and Employment

  • Championed the cause of establishing cordial relations between management and labour force to maintain a healthy work atmosphere which increases efficiency.
  • Enforced labour laws keeping in view the dignity of labour, transparent system of enforcement and passion for justice and compassion.  
  • Labour laws relating to child, minimum wages for unorganized sector employees and other laws were implemented with a great sense of commitment to enhance social security.
  • The implementation of transparent policies resulted in eliminating strikes, lock-outs, lay-offs, loss of man-hours with concurrent increase in productivity.  
  • Established strategies to create employment generation through self employment schemes.
  • Conceptualized and established “Skill Empowerment Cell” as well as Coaching cum Guidance Centre in all Districts and Universities to create awareness on employment opportunities.
  • Practical skill development training was introduced to promote self employment. 
  • Conceived the concept of public private partnership as early as in the year 1979 and innovatively implemented the same by way of introducing it in the private sector.  This was the turning point in the field of skill development for all the players who had the necessary strengths to impart skill to the youth who in turn established their own ventures or got suitably employed. 
  • Such innovative measures were highly applauded and continue to gain popularity as it provided enormous employment opportunities to the youth

Principal Secretary and chairman U.P. Khadi Board & Village Industry

  • To encourage the development and growth of Khadi & Village Industries funds were provided at 4% interest rates against Chief Minister’s Rozgar Yojna, which is similar to Prime Minister Rozgar Yojna.
  • In order to avoid exploitations by middlemen, Cooperative Society of members of those engaged in occupational, hereditary and traditional works relating to dead carcasses were formed which served as Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), which conducted its operations and shared the profits among themselves.
  • Such innovative measures were “hailed as historical” and gained popularity.
  • Effective steps were taken to provide timely and cheaper credit to the marginal farmers. 

Principal Secretary Education & Director adult Education

• Evolved policies and programmes to promote literacy among the illiterate, women and those in the lower rungs of the society.
• Innovative model on ‘Adult Education’ was conceived, planned and implemented for which first award was given by UNESCO. This resulted in getting deputed as an Expert in Adult Education by UNESCO to Bangkok in Thailand to conduct a study and recommend policies, programmes and implementation process.


Conceived a ‘practical innovative method’ of involving participation of village panchayat in the construction of school complex, thereby involving stakeholders right from grass-roots level. The approach proved to be enormous success as a turnaround in the Education Administration.In order to enhance quality of education, key result parameters were evolved for the teachers, which were constantly measured, monitored and improved upon through corrective and preventive action.  Thus a sense of accountability was inculcated in the minds of the teaching fraternity for quality primary education.


Evolved policies and schemes and ensured the same are implemented to create awareness amongst the public on the philosophy behind prohibition enforcement.
Housing commissner u.p.
  • Several innovative measures were introduced in the concept of housing, more specifically planning the houses for the poorer sections of the society. 
  • Conceptualized and implemented the ‘Apna Ghar Yojna’ (Plan Your House) which has pre allotment system of plots. This has directly resulted in supervising the construction by the allottee himself/herself ensuring right quality housing. It has otherwise created a participatory mechanism leading to best output eliminating corruption.
  • Standardized building plans for HIG, MIG and LIG were prepared and issued free of cost to the allottees without any increase in cost.
  • Maintained strict discipline and no allotment was made under pressure, which speaks of enormous courage, confidence and conviction to execute with just and fairness. 
  • A time target of 7 days was set to complete valuation of the house after completion of the construction, so that the allottee has no burden of any increase in cost. Such measures were hailed as “Measures of Excellence” in execution, which destroyed inefficiencies and in competencies in the previous system of execution.
Principal Secretary Revenue
  • Brought the District Administration to the doorstep of the people through the revolutionary, workable and practical concept of holding Tehsil Divas each month in the Tehsil where the District Administration would be present for grievance redressal. This was also introduced at the Division and State level.
  • Orders were issued for joint inspection by the revenue and police officials together to sort out land disputes at the spot.
  • Initiated thorough study of land and tax administration and streamlined the entire process. 
  • Specialized in developing strategies for land distribution to the weaker sections of the society keeping in view the “Equal growth for all” concept to bring about social unity. 
  • Identified surplus land of Gram Panchayat and evolved methodology to allot them to the downtrodden in the society.
  • A prime initiative was undertaken that every allottee of Gram Sabha lands were declared as “Bhumidar” (owner of the land) with a view to eradicate exploitation of the weaker sections.
  • Policy measures were introduced for extending Gram Sabha lands to Institutions for permeating education in the rural areas.
  • During the consolidation process, it was made necessary for one hectare of land to be left with the Panchayats for constructing “Dedicated Community Centres”. Such innovative measures were highly acclaimed and was advocated in later stages that such provisions should be extended in every village in the country.
  • Oversaw emergency relief operations during floods and draughts and identified and plugged the gaps in relief operations.
  • Training and Development of the personnel were undertaken to sensitize them for such critical and emergency operatio

As director & Managing director U.P.Tourism

Innovatively addressed tourism development in four critical domains viz historical, cultural, religious and wild life tourism. Publicity campaigns were pitched using “best practices” to attract tourists from all over the world.Infrastructure issues were given special attention and resolved on top most priority so that they do not pose any impediments to the process of tourism development. Importantly way side amenities were meticulously planned and executed on mission mode approach to sustain the growth impact on tourism.Festival tourism cycle were conceived, planned and implemented with pre-planned dates keeping in view the rate of flow of foreigners into the country.A monitoring cell was put in place for data collection, analysis and constantly improve upon the “customer service and satisfaction”. 


Principal Secretory Area devlopment .

Streemlined the system ofThe Construction of Water Chennels in the villages by providing the system of participation of the village committee headed by the village Pradhan. to insure the prevention of currupt practices in the system. the Hundred percent verification of the water chennels . A system of proper sharing of water between the farmers was also introduced.

principal Secretary Homegauards civildefence, Pensions,

. Indroduced a model system of recruitment of Homegaurds which could make them eliglible for recruitment as police constable . they could also be emloyed as members of the village defence committe also as securitymen in private estliblishments . rejubineted civildefence organization and systematized and simplified proceses for pansioners .

chairman vigilance commission - worked for speedy inquiry \investigations in the pending vigilance cases of the public servants. monitered the old pending cases to ensure the early trials and punishment . Direted the secrataries of various departments to ensure the early sanctions against the officers . practical and effective directions were given for laying the traps for brivary cases.


District Magistrate A.D.M.(E) Bareilly & Muradabad
D.M.( sitapur & Gaziabad )

  • Responsible for law and order, management of District development programmes and close coordination and support to Government institutions both local and central, specialized in all aspects relating to District administration such as welfare and development, regulatory and policy implementation. 
  • Excelled in handling communal riots to maintain highest level of law and order in the District and got special award in this regard. 
  • Sensitized the administration to understand the issues of public at large with transparency, clarity and human face and provide speedy solutions through innovation, creativity, justice and fairness.
  • Special emphasis and attention were given to all the programmes relating to social and economic development with a view to ensure effective implementation at the gross root level.
  • Introduced monitoring mechanism for assessing the success rate of the entire social and economic development programmes. Evolved mechanism to work on the feed back and take proper preventive and corrective action.
  • Showed exemplary courage and conviction in handling profiteers, black marketers, hardcore criminals etc. and were dealt with iron hand and were put behind the bars to discourage anti-social activities.
  • Thus, left an indelible impression in the minds of the public as a clean and able Administrator dedicated for all round development.  

Indian Police Service (1969 - 1972)

  • Selected for IPS and worked as A.S.P. in Trivandrum, moolamattam, and muvatupazha in Kerala.
  • Developed treasure of knowledge through rigorous training from the Indian Police Academy to promulgate law and order in the society for peaceful living of the citiz


  • Two years stint of teaching Physics in K.K.C. College in Lucknow.



  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) specializing in Sociology (2005)
  • M.Sc (Physics), Agra University (1967)
  • B.Sc (Maths, Physics, Chemistry), Agra University (1965)



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Duration (Weeks)



Rural Development & Poverty, IDS, University of Sussex, United Kingdom

International approaches for the alleviation of poverty

3 months



Administration Staff College, Hyderabad

Public / Finance Administration




Management Development Institute, Gurgaon

Public / Finance Administration




IIM, Ahmedabad, Banglore, Calcutta,

Public / Finance Administration




Institute of Management Development, Lucknow

Public / Finance Administration


* Have undertaken one month/week training programmes in all the IIMs of the country.


Countries visited leading Indian Business Delegations as well as Member of Ministerial delegations led by Prime Minister, Cabinet Ministers etc for International Business Cooperation and Memorandum of Understanding.

  • USA, Canada, UK, France, Germany Switzerland Holand Seychelles, Belgium, Italy and Austria.
  • Japan, China and Russia.
  • Nepal, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand.
  • South Africa and UAE Dubai , Saudiarbia.
  • Egypt and Uzbekistan.


Chairman, Indo Japan Council of Cultural and Economic Development

 Chairman C.I.M.S.M.E.

Chairman Samajik parivartan Manch





Date of Birth: 15 January 1948
Married with Mrs. Vimla Pal
have three childran.

  1. Monika Pal Bharti M.B.A.
    Vice President. Shrey internationl
    W/o Shri Chandrakar Bharti I.A.S.
  2. SundeepPal I.R.A.S.
    wife Bela Pal I.R.T.S
  3. Piyush Pal BE,M.B.A.
    MSC Finance and accounting From London School of economics London.
    wife. Deepti Pal
    M.A. Mass Communication.

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General Secretary            -        SHRI G. JAY SHEELAN
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