Secretary of the committee Niten Chandra apprised the committee members of the various follow-up actions taken on decisions taken in the first meeting held on September 23.
The panel is working out modalities to see that voters do not go to polling stations more than once to cast their ballot for the two polls.
According to a source privy to the meeting, the committee is trying to complete its report before the start of the winter session of Parliament.
The meeting will take place a day after the conclusion of the five-day special session of Parliament
Founder of Bahrain Odia Samaj Arun Kumar Prahraj felicitated Kovind with a Konark wheel during the occasion.
The ministers are believed to have discussed convening the first meeting of the panel at the earliest and preparing a roadmap for the committee, according to sources.
Kovind was requested by Amit Shah to begin studying simultaneous poll plan on June 2; panel’s report could be tabled during the special Parliament session this month.
Law secretary Niten Chandra and legislative secretary Reeta Vasishtha were among the officials who met Kovind on Sunday.
Adhir Ranjan declines to join committee. Union law minister Arjun Ram Meghwal will attend committee meetings as a special invitee.
Centre notifies panel led by ex-Prez Kovind to examine holding simultaneous polls to LS, assemblies, local bodies
However, in a letter written to Home Minister Amit Shah later in the evening, Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury declined to be part of the panel.
Former President Kovind had made a strong pitch for 'One Nation, Simultaneous Elections' several times.
The Rajya Sabha MP also questioned the need for a special session of Parliament, scheduled to be held from September 18 to 22, during the Ganpati festival.
Assembly polls are due in five states in November-December and they will be followed by the Lok Sabha elections in May-June next year.
Kovind remembered Karunakara Guru as a mahaguru who dedicated his life to bringing peace, harmony, and spiritual awakening to the world.
Ram Nath Kovind was given a rousing reception when he arrived at the ashram on Monday evening.
He emphasised that Sree Narayana Guru's vision extended beyond the barriers of caste discrimination, racial prejudice, and religious animosity.