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Tag Archives: central deputation

Latest appointment orders: Updated @ 08.00 AM

Prashant Rajagopal (IFoS:2006) appointed as Deputy Secretary in Ministry of Home Affairs for period ending 17 May 2021. (Updated @ 08.00 AM, 24 June 2017) ————————————————————————————————————————————————— Chunilal Ghosh (ICAS:2008) appointed as Deputy Secretary, Dept of Investment & Public Asset Management. (Updated @ 08.00 AM, 24 June 2017) ————————————————————————————————————————————————— Ms Veena…

Singh (IAS:1988) accepts Yogi’s proposal; set to repatriate pre-maturely

Indianmandarins has reliably learnt that 1988 batch IAS officer of UP cadre Manoj Kumar Singh is all set to repatriate to the parent cadre (Govt of UP). Currently, he is posted in the Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change as Jt Secretary. Coincidentally, he gave his consent against repatriation…

Severe shortage of IAS and IPS officers

There is an acute shortage of over 1,400 IAS and 900 IPS officers in the country, Union Minister Jitendra Singh said in Parliament on Wednesday. There are 4,926 officers of Indian Administrative Service (IAS) as against their total authorized strength of 6,396, leaving a vacancy of 1,470, he told Lok…

09 officers given extension beyond 07 yrs in NaMo administration

According to rules, the normal tenure of central deputation is three years, extendable to five years but not stretchable beyond seven years. However, under extraordinary circumstances, the Govt has the discretionary powers to give extension even beyond seven years. Ever since the NaMo assumed power, his administration has given an…

Bihar IAS officers caught in strange slugfest

(By Ashish*) Political heartburn can take a heavy toll on career prospects of IAS officers and Bihar appears to be a valid case in point. For, it seems that as long as chief minister Nitish Kumar is in command, he is highly unlikely to relieve any more IAS officers from…

IAS, IPS officers allowed seven-year foreign postings

IAS and IPS officers may be allowed to stay on foreign postings for seven years at a stretch from the existing five years with due permission from the ministers concerned. The Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) has relaxed the rules to allow any ministry to further extend the tenure…

Joshi tipped as Director, DWS (Updated: 08:49 PM)

Indianmandarins has reliably learnt that RPF cadre officer Jugal Joshi may shortly be appointed as Director, Drinking Water & Sanitation. Currently he posted in Howrah as Senior Commandant, Railway Protection Force.

New CISF Gr Commandant (IPS) in Chandigarh on July 01

  Indianmandarins has reliably learnt that CISF unit Chandigarh may see a new Group Commandant on July 01. The officer joined at CISF headquarter in Delhi last week under central deputation. After completing her fortnight-long familiarisation program, Ms. Princee Rani, a 2005 batch IPS officer of Tripura cadre, will take…

Tenure of central deputation & foreign posting may be extended

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The government is said to be mooting the idea of letting bureaucrats stay on foreign postings and central deputation for seven years at a stretch against the current limit of five years. The extension of deputation tenure up to 7 years could be decided by the ministries, departments and borrowing…

Sengar takes charge as IG, NDRF

Amrendra Kumar Sengar (IPS:1995:UP) yesterday took charge as Inspector General, national Disaster Response Force. He was empanelled as IG in Govt of India in the month of August last year along with 75 batch-mates. In his new stint he replaced Sandeep Rai Rathore (IPS:1992:TN) who repatriated to Tamil Nadu after…

Maheshwar Dayal replaces Katiyar as DIG (Ops) CISF

1997 batch Tamil Nadu cadre IPS officer Maheshwar Dayal took charge as DIG (Operations) CISF. Prior to this he was in Haryana on inter-cadre deputation. To facilitate his appointment the Govt of India had to waive off his cooling period. Secondly; to place him at FHQ the incumbent DIG (Ops)…

Usha Titus (JS, DEA) to repatriate as ARC, Kerala House

Dr (Ms) Usha Titus (IAS:1993:KL) may be appointed as Additional Resident Commissioner, Kerala House in Delhi on January 11 after completing her tenure under central deputation on January 10, 2016. The Kerala House post fell vacant on December 4 last year after Ms Rachna Shah (IAS:1991:KL) was appointed as Joint…

Dinesh Kumar replaces S Chopra as JS, Agri Cooperation & Farmers Welfare

In his first-ever stint in Govt of India (under central deputation), Dinesh Kumar (IAS:1996:RJ) has got the opportunity to serve as Joint Secretary, Department of Agriculture, Cooperation & Farmers Welfare vice Sanjeev Chopra (IAS:WB:1985). Presently He is serving in the state as Sectary, Public Health Engineering Department, Govt of Rajasthan…

Ms Anuradha (IPS:90) debarred from central deputation

Ms Anuradha Shankar (IPS:1990:MP) has been debarred from the central deputation for five years for not taking the charge as Cheif Vigilance Officer, Hindustan Petrolum Corporation Limited. Presently she is serving in cadre state (MP) as Inspector Genral of Police . Ms Anuradha Shankar was appointed as CVO, HPCL on…

IPS officers noticed flouting tenure policy: HS toughens stand   

  The Union Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi has initiated an exercise to curb the tendency among some Indian Police Service (IPS) officers to bypass the rules mandating their deputation period with the central government. According to the rules framed in 2010, an IPS officer is entitled to a maximum of…

Suresh Arora replaces S S Saini as new DGP of Punjab

  In a sudden move Punjab Government shunted out its police chief Sumedh Singh Saini (IPS:1982:PB) and appointed Suresh Arora (IPS:1982:PB) as new DGP of the state. Prior to this Suresh Arora served as DGP & Chief Director, Vigilance Bureau. Till today morning Arora was looking for some crucially important…

MHA has 05 JS posts to offer, 01 more expected soon

‘Indianmandarins’ learns that currently Union Home Ministry has at least 06 JS rank posts to offer. Two posts of Jt Secretary; JS (UT) & JS (North East) have already fallen vacant vice Rakesh Singh (IAS:1989:KN) and Shambhu Singh (IAS:1986:MT) respectively. Another post of JS (Police-II) recently fell vacant when Shailesh…

Former RAW officer, Vipul Vijoy (IPS), set to be at Centre

Once mistiriousy sent back from Centre during UPA-II Government (in May 2013) Gujarat cadre IPS officer Vipul Vijoy (IPS:1988) is expected to make a comeback at Centre shortly. Though the state government has given NoC for central deputation but currently he is serving in Gujarat as ADG, Technical Services. Insiders…

O Nabakishore is new Chief Secretary, Manipur

Oinam Nabakishore Singh (IAS:1984:MN) is new Chief Secretary to the Government of Manipur. Otgoing Chief Secretary P C Lawmkunga (IAS:1979:MT) concluded his services in IAS on September 30. Interestingly, four senior IAS officers were in consideration zone namely; Ameising Luikham (IAS:1981:MT), Rajni Ranjan Rashmi (IAS:1983:MN), A N Jha (IAS:1982:MN) and…

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