Productivity in the Rajya Sabha significantly increased during M Venkaiah Naidus.

M Venkaiah Naidu, the vice president of the House of Elders, takes office on August 10 . Productivity in the first five sessions was in the range of 6.80% to 58.80% since he took over .

M Venkaiah Naidu, the vice president of the House of Elders, who takes office on August 10, will leave behind a legacy of uplifting the House's performance on several fronts, improving the House's efficiency and encouraging the use of the mother tongue, as well as a detailed review of the House's activities.Productivity in the first five sessions was in the range of 6.80% to 58.80% since he took over and until the Budget session this year, which increased to 108.5% over the next eight sessions.Naidu is also responsible for commissioning a deep dive into the history of the Upper Houses' function in the last five years, as well as its transformation since 1978.On August 8, the resulting book-Rajya Sabha: 2017-2022 -An Overview-will be published and will outline Naidus first-of-its-kind initiatives to enhance the House's functioning.

52 Bills were signed in 2019, the highest number in 36 years, according to some of the main results attributed to the Naidus administration.During the Naidus period, the top five problems stifled the proceedings: the recognition of a special category for Andhra Pradesh, which was resolved in 36 sessions, with a farmers demonstration (19), Pegasus spyware (17), the call for the establishment of the Cauvery Waters Management Board (17), and the refusal of 12 members from taking effect during the Winter Session of 2021 (12).