R. K. A. Subrahmanya, IAAS (1951), retired as Addl. Secretary in the Union Ministry of Labour in 1984, former Director General, Gandhi Labour Institute, Ahmadabad, ex-Member of the A.P. Administrative Tribunal and is a member of the National Labour Law Association. He is credited with the production of the book entitled, India: Labour Code, 1994. He is the founder Secretary General of Social Security Association of India. He was awarded a Medal of Merit for his contribution to the cause of social security by the International Social Security Association, Geneva, in the year 2000.
Dr. L. D. Mishra, IAS (1964), a distinguished administrator, retired as Union Labour Secretary and had held several key appointments both at the Centre as well as in the State of Orissa. Presently, he is Special Rapporteur to National Human Rights Commission. Dr. Mishra is one of the founders of Social Security Association of India.
B. N. Som, IPS (1964), retired as Secretary to Government of India and then Vice-Chairman, CAT. He had a distinctive civil service career followed by an eminent judicial assignment. He is credited with conceptualisation of Employees Pension Scheme, 1995. He set up National Academy for Training and Research in Social Security in1993. He has been a member of the PF Central Board of Trustees and ESIC. He is currently the Secretary General of Social Security Association of India.