Awe inspiring S Jaishankar in Indian ministry
The extra ordinary Subramanyam Jaishankar of Indian ministry was born on 9th January 1955. An Indian diplomat and a great politician serving who joined IFS in the year 1977. He was nail towards government service and so he joined the Indian Foreign Service. On 30th may 2019 he started serving as minister of external parliament in Rajya Sabha. In between January 2015 to 2018 he was the Indian Foreign Secretary.
Having a diploma at career for over 38 years and served as a representative of India in many countries. He was also appointed as the higher commissioner to Singapore. The one great hand behind the Indo US civilian nuclear agreement. He played a key role in negotiating at the time for the nuclear agreement.
S Jaishankar as a indian diplomat
After serving for Indian government services with full fledged years of hard work and dedication. Jaishankar on his retirement joined Tata sons. On the post of president in Tata sons Global Corporate Affairs. In the year 2019 he was also honored with the fourth highest civilian award. He was awarded Padma Shri.
Later the same year he was sworn the oath as cabinet minister under the Narendra Modi ministry. Under the cabinet ministry he became the minister of external affairs. Referring to his work and education he is the first former foreign secretary to hold this position.
Schooling and Parents
S Jaishankar was a Tamil born in New Delhi. His parents were prominent Indian strategic affair analysts and a great commentator, Civil Servant K Subramanyam and Sulochana Subramanyam.
With the siblings a historian named Sanjay Subramanyam. IAS Vijay Kumar under the ruler development Secretary of India. He completed all of his study in Air Force School in Subroto Park, New Delhi.
Later on he graduated in chemistry from Saint Stephen college from DU University. Having a keen interest in Political Science he joined Jawaharlal Nehru University to do an MA in Political Science. Also completing PhD in International Relation from the same University. That’s where he learned the specialization of nuclear diplomacy.
Working as IAS and serving for 38 years
Jayashankara had a great diplomatic career in his 38 years of service. After joining the Indian Foreign Service he served in many positions. The Indian mission towards the Soviet Union in Moscow from 1979 to 1981 as Jaishankar was the third secretary and second secretary. In Russia he learned the Russian language.
Next year he returned to New Delhi to work as a special assistant under the diplomat gopalswamy parthasarathi. He was there as the America’s division of Indian foreign minister of external affairs.
Familiar with the Indian and United States relation for dealing with America. Being a part of the disappeared for resolving the conflict that the supply of US Nuclear fuel for the Indian Tarapur power station.
With the effort and hardwork of s. Jaishankar. He was appointed as the first secretary from the India embassy in Washington DC. At the time of Indian peace keeping force in Sri Lanka he was appointed as the first secretary and a political advisor. In between 1990 to 1993 he became the counselor in the Indian mission at Budapest.
Under the cabinet ministry
About the s jaishankar in the indian ministry,After coming back to New Delhi he also served the president of India Shankar Dayal Sharma. To the Indian Embassy in Tokyo from the year 1996 to 2000 he was the Deputy Chief of mission there.
That was the time of Indo-Japan relations and after that the Pokhran nuclear test. It is all during the visit of India to the Dem Prime Minister Yoshiro Modi of Japan. That time S Jaishankar was the key between the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his Indian counterpart.
In the year 2000 he was selected for the Indian Ambassador in the Czech Republic. Later on in 2004 he joined the secretary at the ministry of external affairs. He also was one of the great negotiators during the US civil nuclear agreement.
He improved the defense cooperation between the countries. Also during a mission of relief operation which was followed by the Indian ocean Tsunami 2004. Getting involved into the New Defense Framework 2005 he showed its path.
Also he worked for the open skies agreement. The US India energy dialogue he was in the Memorandum of making the work done. Working for the different forums of India US economic dialogue and India US CEO forums. He was appointed to represent the Indian government at Carnegie Endowment international non proliferation conference.
As an Indian Ambassador
Serving as the Indian Ambassador to the United States from September 2013. He succeeded the former Nirupama Rao and arrived in the United States. In between the Devyani Khobragade incident.
It involves the Indian diplomat’s departure from the United States who was under the procedure. In the year 2014 he presented the credentials to the American President Barack Obama at his oval house.
He was also involved in welcoming Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit and planning out his itinerary in America.
Shiv Shankar also worked over the data and aeronautical Geo spectacle information between India and the United States. It was the matter of discussion for over the decades pending.
The concern at the time became of the data and security information employed by the United progressive Alliance coalition government to block it.
Working as an Indian Foreign servant S Jaishankar speaks Russian English Tamil Hindi Japanese Chinese and Hungarian language.