ⓘ Chief Secretary of Ceylon

                                     

ⓘ Chief Secretary of Ceylon

The Chief Secretary of Ceylon was the Chairman and one of three officers of state of the Board of Ministers of the State Council of Ceylon.

The post has replaced the post colonial Minister of Ceylon in 1932 by order of the Council, in accordance with the recommendations of the Donoughmore Commission.

                                     
  • Secretary of Ceylon was one of six offices that held a seat in the Executive Council of Ceylon The post was replaced with that of Chief Secretary of
  • and Commander - in - Chief of the British Forces in Ceylon The governor was the head of the British colonial administration in Ceylon reporting to the
  • the Chief Secretary of the colony discharging the duties of Acting Governor of Ceylon Following Ceylon gaining self rule in 1948, Chief Justice became
  • Duraiswamy 1936 47 Officers of State Chief Secretary of Ceylon Legal Secretary of Ceylon Financial Secretary of Ceylon Leaders of the House Sir Don Baron
  • The Second Board of Ministers was the executive body opposite the State Council of Ceylon between 1936 and 1947. It was formed in March 1936 after the
  • are part of the Senior officers The Secretary to the Treasury was the traditional head of the Civil Service during the time of the old Ceylon Civil Service
  • Department. The position of Secretary to the Treasury is rooted in the post of Financial Secretary of the colonial Government of Ceylon this itself originated
  • The Ceylon Herald was an English - language newspaper in Ceylon After The Ceylon Chronicle closed down on 3 September 1837 Mackenzie Ross bought the printing
  • Executive Council of Ceylon Colonial Secretary New Zealand the chief administrator of New Zealand from 1840 to 1907 Chief Secretary Hong Kong renamed
  • The First Board of Ministers was the executive body opposite the State Council of Ceylon between 1931 and 1936. It was formed in July 1931 after the state
  • Attorney General of Sri Lanka Auditor General of Sri Lanka Colonial Secretary of Ceylon Wright, Arnold. Twentieth Century Impressions of Ceylon Asian Educational
  • soldier turned diplomat who served between 1801 and 1806 as the Chief Secretary in Ceylon as Sri Lanka was called till 1972 which had recently been transferred