Dr. Mohammad Amin

Dr. Mohammad Amin is a renowned public servant who served as the Joint Director/Chief of Protocol at the Election Commission of India. Dr. Amin is a professional with extensive experience in protocol affairs, public relations, media relations, and international cooperation. He has held senior positions in several government ministries, including the Ministry of External Affairs, Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of Civil Aviation, and Ministry of Coal. He has also worked on foreign deputations, specifically in Saudi Arabia for Hajj Affairs as a coordinator in the Indian Consulate Jeddah, Makkah, and Medina.

Dr. Amin holds an honorary Doctor of Philosophy in Mass Communication, a Master of Mass Communication, and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Public Relations. He has undergone several high-level protocol, media management, image building, and man management training courses. Dr. Amin is a life member of several reputed institutions, including the Civil Services Officers Institute, Press Club of India, National Rifle Association of India, India Islamic Cultural Centre, Airport Authority of India Officers Institute, The Indian Golf Union, and Mohamed Bagh Club Lucknow.

During his career, Dr. Amin has focused on Protocol Affairs, Public Relations, Media Relations, International Cooperation, and image-building exercise. He has assisted Ministers in Parliament for Parliamentary work, providing him with immensely useful experience in Parliament affairs. Dr. Amin’s diverse profile has given him an unmatchable capability and experience to handle any protocol and media issues. He is well-travelled in India and abroad, providing him with immense experience to handle every situation.

Dr. Amin’s work in protocol affairs has been recognized and praised by his superiors, and he has been recommended for senior level assignments within or outside the government, or for any award or recognition.

"You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty."

– Mahatma Gandhi