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CVC Gets New Commissioner In Sharad Kumar

[New Delhi] Central Vigilance Commission[CVC] Gets New Commissioner In Sharad Kumar
Sharad Kumar (Indian Police Service, Retd., HY:1979) has been appointed as the Vigilance Commissioner in the Central Vigilance Commission, New Delhi for a term of four years from the date on which he enters upon his office, or till he attains the age of sixty five years, whichever is earlier.

Center Reshuffles 30 And Promotes 8 IAS Officers

[New Delhi]Center Reshuffles 30 And Promotes 8 IAS Officers
The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has approved the following appointments:
(i) Shri Tarun Sridhar, IAS (HP 84), presently in the Cadre as Secretary, Deptt. of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries;
(ii) Shri Brij Raj Shanna, IAS (JK 84), Special Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs as Special Secretary, Department of Border Management;
(iii) Shri Jaideep Govind, IAS (MP 84), Special Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs as Special Secretary & Financial Adviser, Ministry of Rural Development;
(iv) Shri R. Subrahmanyam, IAS (AP 85), Special Secretary, Department of Higher Education as Secretary, Department of Higher Education on superannuation of the present incumbent Shri K.K.Sharma, IAS (UT 83) on 28.02.2018;
(v) Shri Inder Jit Singh, IAS (KL 85), Additional Secretary, Coordination, Cabinet Secretariat as Coordination, Cabinet Secretariat;
(vi) Shri P.Raghavendra Rao, IAS (HY 85), presently in the Cadre, as Department of Chemicals & Petrochemicals;
(vii) Shri Surendra Nath Tripathi, IAS (OR 85), Special Secretary & Financial Adviser, Ministry of Agriculture, Cooperation & Farmers Welfare as Secretary, Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs;
(viii) Shri Anil Gopishankar Mukim, IAS (GJ 85), presently in the Cadre, as Secretary Ministry of Mines on superannuation of the present incumbent Shri Arun Kumar on 31.03.2018;
(ix) Shri C. Chandramouli, IAS (TN 85), presently in the Cadre, as Secretary, Depanment of Personnel & Training on superannuation of the current incumbent Shri Ajay Mittal, IAS (HP 82) on 28.022018;
(x) Shri S.C.Pandey, IA&AS 83, Additional Secretary & Financial Adviser, Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion as Special Secretary & Financial Adviser, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, by temporarily upgrading the post;
(xi) Smt Shalini Prasad, IAS (UP 85), Additional Secretary, Ministry of Power as Additional Secretary, Ministry of Panchayati Raj, by temporarily upgrading a vacant post of Joint Secretary in the Ministry;
(xii) Shri Bhupendra Singh, IAS (UP 85), Chairperson, National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority as Chairperson, National Authority for Chemical Weapons Convention, Cabinet Secretariat, in the rank and pay of Additional Secretary;
(xiii) Shri Sanjeev Gupta, IAS (HP 85), Chief Executive Officer, National e-Govemance Division as Additional Secretary, Inter-State Council Secretariat;
(xiv) Shri Sat Pal Chouhan, IES 83, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs as Additional Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs;
(xv) Smt Gargi Kaul, IA&AS 84, Joint Secretary & Financial Adviser, Ministry of Civil Aviation as Additional Secretary & Financial Adviser, Ministry of Civil Aviation by temporarily 0upgrading the post;
(xvi) Shri Anil Gulati, IRPS 84, Joint Secretary, Department of Legal Affairs and incharge Central Agency Section as Additional Secretary, Department of Legal Affairs and in-charge Central Agency Section, by temporarily upgrading the post;
(xvii) Smt Shefali Shah, IRS (IT) 85, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Culture as Additional Secretary, Ministry of Culture, by temporarily upgrading the post;
(xviii) Shri Sanjay Chadha, IRSME 85, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Commerce as Additional Secretary, Department of Commerce by temporarily upgrading the post;
(xix) Shri Subash Chandra, IAS (KN 86), presently in the Cadre as Additional Secretary, Department of Defence Production;
(xx) Shri Bipin Bihari Mallick, IAS (MH 86), Additional Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs as Additional Secretary & Financial Adviser, Ministry of Culture, by temporarily upgrading a vacant post of Joint Secretary, within the Ministry;
(xxi) Shri Shambhu Singh, IAS (MN 86), presently in the Cadre as Additional Secretary & Financial Adviser, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways;
(xxii) Shri Bimbadhar Pradhan, IAS (BH 87), Adviser, National Disaster Management Authority as Additional Secretary & Financial Adviser, Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare;
(xxiii) Shri Debashish Panda, IAS (UP 87), presently in the Cadre, as Additional Secretary, Department of Financial Services;
(xxiv) Smt Leena Nandan, IAS (UP 87), Additional Secretary & Financial Adviser, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways as Additional Secretary, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways;
(xxv) Shri B.Anand, IAS (TN 87), Joint Secretary, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs as Additional Secretary & Financial Adviser, Department of Biotechnology and Ministry of Earth Sciences;
(xxvi) Shri Rajiv Ranjan Mishra, IAS (TG 87), Additional Secretary, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs as Director General, National Mission for Clean Ganga;
(xxvii) Shri Pankaj Kumar, IAS (NL 87), presently in the Cadre, as Additional Secretary, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology;
(xxviii) Shri Praveen Garg, IAS (MP 88), Joint Secretary, Department of Economic Affairs as Additional Secretary & Financial Adviser, Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change;
(xxix) Shri Bidyut Bihari Swain, IAS (GJ 88), presently in the Cadre, as Additional Secretary, Departnent of Commerce;
(xxx) Smt Sarita Mittal, CSS, Joint Secretary, Department of Health Research as Additional Secretary, Department of Health Research, by temporarily upgrading the post.
The ACC has also approved in-situ upgradation of the following officers as a measure personal to them:
(i) Shri Anup Wadhawan, IAS (UK 85), Additional Secretary, Department of Commerce as Special Secretary, Department of Commerce, by temporarily upgrading the post;
(ii) Shri M. M. Kutty, IAS (UT 85), Additional Secretary, Department of Economic Affairs as Special Secretary, Department of Economic Affairs, by temporarily upgrading the post;
(iii) Shri Sumanta Chaudhari, IAS (WB 85), Managing Director. SFAC as Managing Director, Small Farmers’ Agri-business Consortium (SFAC) in the rank and pay of Secretary, by temporarily upgrading the post;
(iv) Shri Chabilendra Roul, IAS (PB 85), Additional Secretary. Department of Agricultural Research and Education as Special Secretary, Department of Agricultural Research and Education, by temporarily upgrading the post;
(v) Shri Sailesh, IAS (AM 85), Registrar General of India as Registrar General of India in the rank and pay of Secretary;
(vi) Shri T.K. Manoj Kumar, IAS (KL 87), Joint Secretary, Warehousing Development & Regulatory Authority as Additional Secretary. Warehousing Development & Regulatory Authority, by temporarily upgrading the post;
(vii) Shri Arun Singhal, IAS (UP 87), Joint Secretary, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare as Additional Secretary, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare by temporarily upgrading the post;
(viii) Shri Dharmendra Singh Gangwar, IAS (BH 88), Joint Secretary, Ministry of Food Processing Industries as Additional Secretary, Ministry of Food Processing Industries, by temporarily upgrading the post.

Delhiite Babus Lodge “Anguish”& Demand Clear Guidelines: Anshu Prakash

[New Delhi]Delhiite Babus Lodge Their “Anguish” Over Assault On Anshu Prakash
A delegation of AGMUT Cadre I.A.S Association, Delhi Administrative Subordinate Services (DASS), DANICS officers’ association, Delhi Jal Board, Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD), engineers and Delhi Government Employees Welfare Association met Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh here today. The delegation was led by Ms Manisha Saxena, Secretary, AGMUT Cadre I.A.S. Association.
During the meeting, the delegation expressed deep anguish over the incident of alleged assault and misbehaviour with Shri Anshu Prakash, Chief Secretary, Delhi Government on February 20, 2018. The resolutions passed by IAS associations of all States/UTs and other services such as IPS, IRS, IFoS and various officers/employees associations of Government of NCT of Delhi were also presented to the Minister.
The delegation also mentioned about the previous such incidents when the officers were assaulted in past.The delegation demanded that there should be clear guidelines while functioning in the administration.
In response, Dr Jitendra Singh said that it is the responsibility of DoPT to ensure that bureaucrats and officers are treated with dignity and provided a work-friendly environment. The Minister assured that the concerns expressed by the officers in their resolution will be discussed with the concerned authorities.

4 Flagship’s Programmers will Get PM,s Award On Civil Service Day

[New Delhi] 4 Flagship’s Programmers will Get PM,s Award On Civil Service Day
Excellent Administrators In 4 Flagship Programmes will Get PM,s Award .The Civil Services Day is celebrated on the 21st of April, every year, where civil servants rededicate themselves to public service and awards for excellence in Public Administration are also conferred.
Following Progrrames are identified for PM’s Awards for Excellence in Public Administration, 2018
1]Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana,
2]Promoting Digital Payments,
3]Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana – Urban & Rural, and
4]Deen Dayal Upadhayay Grameen Kaushalya Yojana (DDUGKY).
2010 applications are received from 623 districts across States/ UTs under Priority Programmes category
A new category of awards for Additional Secretary/Joint Secretary level officers and Director/ Deputy Secretary serving in Government of India has also been introduced this year to recognize their contribution towards bringing about transformational improvements in processes/systems through simplification and process re-engineering etc.
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