Thirteenth Lok Sabha
Members Bioprofile
Patil, Shri Shivraj V.
Constituency   : Latur (Maharashtra)
Party Name     : Indian National Congress (INC)

 
Father's Name Late Shri Vishwanath Rao
Mother's Name Smt. Bhagiriti Bai
Date of Birth 12 Oct 1935
Place of Birth Vill. Chakur, Tehsil Latur, Distt. Latur (Maharashtra)
Marital Status Married
Date of Marriage 03 Jun 1963
Spouse's Name Late Smt. Vijaya Patil
No. of Sons 1
No.of Daughters 1
Educational
Qualifications
B.Sc., LL.M.
Educated at Osmania University, Hyderabad and Bombay University, Mumbai
Profession Advocate
Agriculturist, Social Worker, Professor
Permanent Address
`DEO GHAR`, Sadbhavna Nagar,
Ausha Road, Latur, Maharashtra
43292,43392
Present Address
4, Janpath,
New Delhi - 110001
(011) 23794842
Positions Held
1967-69 President, Municipality, Latur
1971 President, Municipality, Latur
1972 President, Municipality, Latur
1972-79 Member, Maharashtra Legislative Assembly (two terms)
1974-75 Chairman, Public Undertakings Committee
1975-76 Deputy Minister, Law and Judiciary, Irrigation and Protocol, Maharashtra
1977-78 Deputy Speaker, Maharashtra Legislative Assembly
1978-79 Speaker, Maharashtra Legislative Assembly
1980 Elected to 7th Lok Sabha
May-Sept. 1980 Member, Joint Committee on Salaries and Allowances of Members of Parliament
Sept.-Oct. 1980 Chairman, Joint Committee on Salaries and Allowances of Members of Parliament
1980-82 Union Minister of State, Defence
1982-83 Union Minister of State, Commerce (Independent Charge)
1983-84 Union Minister of State, Science and Technology, Atomic Energy, Electronics, Space and Ocean Development
1984 Re-elected to 8th Lok Sabha (2nd term)
1984-86 Union Minister of State, Science and Technology, Space, Atomic Energy, Electronics, Ocean Development and Bio Technology
1985 Union Minister of State, Personnel and Training, Public Grievances and Pensions and Administrative Reforms
1986-88 Union Minister of State, Defence Production
1988-89 Union Minister of State, Civil Aviation and Tourism (Independent Charge)
1989 Re-elected to 9th Lok Sabha (3rd term)
1990-91 Deputy Speaker, Lok Sabha
Chairman, Library Committee
Chairman, Committee on Private Members’ Bills and Resolutions
Member, General Purposes Committee
Member, Business Advisory Committee
1991 Re-elected to 10th Lok Sabha (4th term)
1991-96 Speaker, Lok Sabha
Chairman, (i) Business Advisory Committee; (ii) Rules Committee; and (iii) General Purposes Committee; and Standing Committee of the Conference of Presiding Officers of the Legislative Bodies in India;
President, (i) Indian Parliamentary Group; (ii) National Group of Inter- Parliamentary Union; and (iii) India Branch of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association
1996 Re-elected to 11th Lok Sabha (5th term)
1996-98 Member, Committee on Defence
1998 Re-elected to 12th Lok Sabha (6th term)
1998-99 Member, Committee on External Affairs
Member, Rules Committee
Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of External Affairs
1999 Re-elected to 13th Lok Sabha (7th term)
1999-2000 Chairman, Committee on Finance
Member, Committee of Privileges
Member, General Purposes Committee
2000-2004 Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Home Affairs


Books Published
i) Reminiscences and Reflections; (ii) Emerging Vision of India; (iii) Ecstasy and Agony of a Presiding Officer; and (iv) Fragrance of Innerself
 
 
 
Special Interests
Reading and writing
 
Favourite Pastime and Recreation
Reading, painting and farming
 
Sports and Clubs
Swimming, horse-riding and shooting
 
Countries Visited
Widely travelled (41 countries); Leader, Indian Parliamentary Delegation to, (i) 86th Inter-Parliamentary Conference, Santiago, Chile, 1991; (ii) 38th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference, Nassau, Bahamas, 1992; (iii) 39th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference, Cyprus, 1993; (iv) 90th Inter-Parliamentary Conference, Canberra, Australia, 1993; (v) 40th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference, Banff, Canada, 1994; (vi) 41st Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference, Colombo, Sri Lanka, 1995; (vii) 94th Inter-Parliamentary Conference, Bucharest, Romania, 1995; and (viii) Special Session of the Inter-Parliamentary Council on the occasion of the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations, New York, 1995; and attended Conference of SAARC Speakers, Colombo, Sri Lanka, 1992; also led Indian Parliamentary Delegations to several countries, 1991-95
 
Other Information
During the tenure of his Speakership of Lok Sabha, India had the privilege of hosting in New Delhi as many as four major International Parliamentary Conferences, viz. (i) 37th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference, September 1991; (ii) 89th Inter-Parliamentary Conference, April 1993; (iii) Sixth Commonwealth Parliamentary Seminar, January 1994; and (iv) First Conference of the Association of SAARC Speakers and Parliamentarians, July 1995; he took initiative and formulated the scheme for creating seventeen Departmentally Related Standing Committees of Parliament which were formally inaugurated on 31 March 1993; gave a new thrust to the ongoing computerisation and modernisation of Lok Sabha Secretariat, especially the information service to the members and they were provided with computers to get instant and up-to-date information on a wide range of activities; initiated and got started the construction of a modern ‘Parliament Library Building’ to cater to the information needs of the members; another initiative undertaken by him was the starting of televising of parliamentary proceedings in the first instance and later live telecast of Lok Sabha proceedings since 25 August 1994 within a range of 15 km. from Parliament House, besides the live telecast of the Question Hour of both the Houses of Parliament on alternate weeks throughout India; got set up a modernised state-of-the-art studio for televising parliamentary proceedings through robotic cameras; took personal interest by conceptualising and directing six films on parliamentary practice and procedures produced by the Lok Sabha Secretariat; took initiative in starting fellowship awards by the Lok Sabha Secretariat to the researchers conducting studies on subjects related to parliamentary institutions; Vice-President, CSIR, 1983-86


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