The NSC of India is a three-tiered body that monitors strategic political, economic, energy, and security problems.
The National Security Counsel (NSA) oversees the NSC and serves as the prime minister’s top advisor.
Ajit Doval is the current National Security Advisor.
It was established in 1998 and is responsible for all aspects of national security.
The Strategic Policy Group (SPG), the National Security Advisory Board (NSAB), and the National Security Council Secretariat make up the three-tier organization of the National Security Council.
The Cabinet Secretary chairs the SPG, which is the primary platform for inter-ministerial coordination and integration of pertinent information.
The NSAB conducts long-term analysis and offers viewpoints on national security matters.
It is part of the Prime Minister of India’s executive office, mediating between the executive branch of the government and the intelligence agencies and advising leadership on intelligence and security problems.
It is made up of the Ministers of Home Affairs, Defence, External Affairs, and Finance.