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Table of Precedence in Administration



1. President.

2. Vice-President.

3. Prime Minister.

4. Governors of States within their respective States.

5. Former Presidents. 5A, Deputy Prime Ministers.

6. Chief Justice of India.  Speaker of the Lok Sabha.

7.
  • Cabinet Ministers of the Union.
  • Chief Ministers of State within their respective States.
  • Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission.
  • Leaders of Opposition in the Rajya Sabha and the Lok Sabba.
8. 
  • Ambassadors Extraordinary and pleniretentiary and High Comimissioners of Commonwealth countries accredited to India.
  • Chief Ministers of States outside their respective  States.
  • Governors of States outside their respective States.
9. Judges of the Supreme Court.

10. 
  • Deputy Chairman, Rajya Sabha.
  • Deputy Chief Ministers of States.
  • Deputy Speaker, Lok Sabha.
  • Members of the Planning Commission,
  • Ministers of State of the Union.
11. 
  • Attorney-General of India.
  • Cabinet Secretary.
  • Comptroller and Auditor- General of India.
  • Lieutenant Governors within their respective Union Territories.
12. Chiefs of Staff holding the rank of full General or equivalent rank.

13. Envoys Extraordinary and Ministers plenipotenary accredited to India.

14.
  • Chairmen and Speakers of State Legislatures within their respective States.
  • Chief Justices of High Courts within their respective jurisdictions
15. 
  • Cabinet Ministers in States within their respective States.
  • Chief Ministers of Union Territories and Chief Executive Councillor, Delhi, within their respective Union Territories.
  • Deputy Ministers of the Union.
16. Officiating Chiefs of Staff holding the rank of Lieutenant-General or equivalent rank.

17. 
  • Chairman, Minorities Commission.
  • Chairman, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Commission.  
  • Chairman, Union Public Service Commission.
  • Chief ElectionCommissioner.
  • Chief Justices of High Courts outside their respective jurisdictions.  
  • Judges of High Courts within their respective jurisdictions.
18. 
  • Cabinet Ministers in States outside their respective States.
  • Chairmen and Speakers of State Legislatures outside their respective States.
  • Chairman, Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Commission.  
  • Deputy Chairman and Deputy Speakers of State Legislatures within their respective States.
  • Ministers of States in States within their respective States.  
  • Ministers of Union Territories and Executive Councillors, Delhi within their respective Union Territories.
  • Speakers of Legislative Assemblies in Union Territories and Chairman of Delhi Metropolitan Council within their respective Union Territories.
19.
  • Chief ‘Commissioners of Union Territories not having Councils of Ministers, within their respective Union Territory.
  • Deputy Ministers in States within their respective States.
  • Deputy Speakers of  Legislative Assemblies of Union Territories and
  • Deputy Chairman of Metropolitan Council, Delhi, within their respective Union Territories.
20. 
  • Deputy Chairmen and Deputy Speakers of’ State Legislatures outside their respective States.
  • Ministers of State in States outside their respective States.
  • Puisne Judges of High Courts outside their respective jurisdictions.
21. Members of Parliament.

22. Deputy Ministers in States outside their respective States.

23. 
  • Army Commanders/Vice-Chief of the Army Staff or equivalent in other services.
  • Chief Secretaries to State Governments within their respective States.
  • Commissioner for Linguistic Minorities.
  • Commissioner forScheduledCastesandScheduled Tribes.
  • Members, Minorities Commission.
  • Members, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Commission.
  • Officers of the rank of full General or equivalent rank.
  • Secretaries to the Government of India (including officers holding this office ex-officio).
  • Secretary, Minorities Commission.
  • Secretary, ScheduledCastesandSchedulodTribes Commission.
  • Secretary to the President.
  • Secretary to the Prime Minister.
  • Secretary, Rajya Sabha/Lok Sabha.
  • Solicitor-General.

24. Officers of the rank of Lieutenant General or equivalent rank.

25.
  • Additional Secretaries to the Government of India. 
  • Additional Solicitor-General.
  • Advocate-Generals of States.
  • Chairman, Tariff Commission.
  • Charged’ Affaires and Acting High Commissioners be-pied and adinterim.
  • Chief Ministers of Union Territories and Chief Executive Councillor.
  • Delhi, outside their respective Union Territories.
  • Chief Secretaries of State Governments outside their respective States.  
  • Deputy Comptroller and Auditor-General.
  • Deputy Speakers of Legislative Assemblies in Union Territories and Deputy Chairman Delhi Metropolitan Council, outside their respective Union Territories.
  • Director, Central Bureau of investigation.
  • Director Generals Border Security Force.
  • Director General, Central Reserve Police.
  • Director, Intelligence Bureau.
  • Lieutenant Governors outside their respective Union Territories. 
  • Members, Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Commission.
  • Members, Union Public Service Commission.
  • Ministers of Union Territories and Executive Councillor, Delhi, outside their respective Union Territories.
  • Principal Staff 01Ticers of the Armed Forces of the rank of Major General or equivalent rank.
  • Speakers of Legislative Assemblies in Union Territories and Chairman of Delhi Metropolitan Council, outside their respective Union Territories.
26. 
  • Joint Secretaries to the Government of India and Officers of equivalent rank.
  • Officers of the rank of Major General or equivalent rank.

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