BUREAUCRACY


42 IAS officers given new assignments in Chhatisgarh
42 IAS officers given new assignments in Chhatisgarh


In total 42 IAS officers have been given new responsibilities in the state .Therefore, Sunil Kumar Kujur, Additional Chief Secretary, Agriculture and Biotechnology had been assigned additional charge as Additional Chief Secretary, Commerce and Industry, Dr Kamal Preet Singh, Secretary, Commerce and Industries had been relieved of the charge of Secretary, Commerce and Industries where he would continue to hold additional charge of Finance Department, C K Khaitan, Additional Chief Secretary, Forest Department had been assumed additional charge as Additional Chief Secretary,Planning, Finance and Statistics, R P Mandal,Additional Chief Secretary, Panchayat and Rural Development had been assumed additional charge as Additional Chief Secretary,Home, Jail and Transport and would also be Transport Commissioner, Amitabh Jain, Additional Chief Secretary, Finance would be relieved of only the charge as Additional Chief Secretary, Planning Economics and Statistics, Mrs Renu Pillay, Director General, Chhattisgarh Administration Academy had been given additional charge as Additional Chief Secretary, Skill Development and Technical Education, Dr Maninder Kaur Dwivedi, OSD, CSIDC , New Delhi as HQ had been assumed Housing Commissioner, Chhattisgarh Bhavan, New Delhi, Gaurav Dwivedi, Secretary to Chief Minister had been given additional charge as Secretary, Mineral Resources and Secretary, Electronics & IT, Subodh Kumar Singh, Secretary to Chief Minister had been assigned as Secretary, Labour Department, Dr M Geetha, Secretary , Woman and Child Development Department had been given additional charge as Commissioner and Director, Women and Child Development Department, Devi Dayal Singh, Secretary, Sports and Youth Welfare had been made Secretary, PHE, Ambalgan P. Special Secretary (Independent Charge) PHE had been relieved of the charge of Secretary, PHE, Hemant Kumar Pahare, Secretary, Parliamentary Work had been made Secreatry, Agriculture, Siddharth Komal Pardeshi, Secretary, Energy Department had been made Secretary, Sports and Youth Welfare, A Kulbhushan Toppo, Secretary, Forest Department had been made Commissioner, Surguja division, Narendra Kumar Shukla, MD, Chhattisgarh State Warehousing Corporation had been made CEO, Raipur Development Authority, Sangeetha P. , Special Secretary (Independent Charge), Commercial Tax had been made Special Secretary (Independent Charge), Housing and Environment Department, Dr S K Alang, Diretor, Social Welfare had been made Collector, Bilaspur, Taman Singh Sonwani, Joint Secretary to Chief Minister had been given additional charge as Joint Secretary (Independent Charge), Aviation Department and Director, Aviation. R Sangeetha, Special Secretary (Independent Charge), Labour Department had been made Special Secretary, Mantralaya, Rajat Kumar, Special Secretary to Chief Minister had been made Director, Social Welfare, Topeshwar Verma, Collector, Narayanpur had been made Collector, Dantewada, Neelam Mahadev Ekka had been made CEO, NRDA, Ankit Anand, MD, CSPDCL had been given additional charge as Special Secretary (Independent Charge), Energy Department, P Dayanand, Collector, Bilaspur had been made Director, SCERT, Alex P Menon, Special Secretary, IT and Electronics had been made Director, Tribal Welfare Department, Himshikhar Gupta, Collector, Mahasamund had been made Commissioner, Higher Education, Yashvant Kumar had been made Collector, Raigarh, Rajesh Singh Rana, Director, Woman and child Development Department had been made Joint Secretary, Commerce and Industries, Priyanka Shukla, Collector, Jashpur had been made Joint Secretary, Health and Family Welfare Department, Saurabh Kumar, Collector, Dantewada had been made Joint Secreatry, Mantralaya, Sunil Kumar Jain had been made Collector, Mahasamund, Padum Singh Elma had been made Collector, Narayanpur, Neeleshkumar Mahadev Kshirsagar had been made Collector, Jashpur,the services of P C Mishra, Sanjay Shukla , V Ramarao and Sanjay Ojha had been given back to the Forest Department.



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