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Major JS level reshuffle includes 17 officers, appointment of 5 CVOs also cleared*

By IndianMandarins- 13 Aug 2022
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New Delhi (13.08.2022): In a major bureaucratic reshuffle, the Centre on Saturday cleared the appointment and repatriation of 17 Joint Secretary or Joint Secretary equivalent level officers and five CVOs in various ministries and departments. The list of officers appointed/repatriated goes as follows:

  1. Manoj Kumar Dwivedi (IAS:1997:UT) was appointed as Joint Secretary, Department of Personnel & Training for a tenure of five vice Ms Sujata Chaturvedi (IAS:1989:BH). 
  2. Dodda Venkata Swamy (IAS:2001:OD) was appointed as Chairman, Marine Products Exports Development Authority (MPEDA), Kochi under the Department of Commerce, for a combined tenure of five years ending 17.03.2024. He replaces Shasidhar K Srinivas (IAS:1997:KL).
  3.  Ms Rajul Bhatt (IPoS:2000) was appointed as Joint Secretary, Department of Personnel & Training for an overall tenure of seven years ending 07.05.2024. She replaces Asheesh Sharma (IAS:1997:MH).
  4. Prithul Kumar (IRTS:2000) was appointed as Joint Secretary, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting for a tenure of five years vice Ms Anju Nigam (IPoS:1988).
  5. Ashish Kumar Srivastava (IFS:1997:TN) was appointed as Joint Secretary, Department of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare for a combined tenure of seven years ending 08.03.2024. He replaces Prasanta K Swain (IPoS:1987).
  6. Dharmendra Kumar Singh (IA&AS:2000) was appointed as Joint Secretary, Department of Defence for a combined tenure of seven years ending 20.02.2025. He replaces Ms Nazli Jafri Shayin (IA&AS:1999).
  7. Manish Tripathi (IDAS:1998) was appointed as Joint Secretary in the Department of Defence for a tenure of five years vice Vishal Gagan (lAS:1998:OR).
  8. Amitabh Ranjan Sinha (IP&TA&FS:1998) was appointed as Additional Financial Adviser & Joint Secretary (JS&AFA) in the Department of Defence (Finance) for a tenure of five years. He replaces Rabindra Kumar Karna (IDAS:1991).
  9. Ms Nameeta Prasad (IA&AS:1999) was appointed as Joint Secretary, Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change for a tenure of five vice Ms Manju Pandey (IPoS:1989).
  10. Ved Prakash (IRSCE:1988), Joint Secretary, Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs (MoHUA) was prematurely repatriated to his parent cadre.
  11. Vipul Goel (IRSSE:1993) was appointed as Joint Secretary, Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises for a tenure of five years vice Ms Alka Nangia Arora, IDAS (1991).
  12. Ms. Mamta Varma (IIS:1994) was appointed as Joint Secretary, Ministry of Panchayati Raj for a tenure of five years vice Khushwant Singh Sethi (IFS:1990:TR).
  13. Debtoru Chatterjee (IPoS:1994) was appointed as Joint Secretary & Controller, NTRO for a tenure of five years. He replaces Ms. Anuradha Joshi Durgapal (IP&TA&FS:1989).
  14. Ms Prachi Pandey (IA&AS:2001) was appointed as Joint Secretary, Department of School Education & Literacy for a tenure of five years. She replaces Maneesh Garg (IAS:1996:HP).
  15. Ms Archana Sharma Awasthi (IRS IT:1994) was appointed as Joint Secretary, Department of School Education & Literacy for a tenure of five years Ramchandra Meena (IRS IT:1992).
  16. T Roumuan Paite (IRS IT:1996) was appointed as CMD, National Scheduled Tribes Finance & Development Corporation (NSTFDC) under the Ministry of Tribal Affairs for a tenure of five years Asit Gopal (IFoS:1990:MP).

Further,  the ACC also cleared the appointment of five CVOs in various Departments, Ministries and autonomous bodies. The list of newly appointed CVOs goes as follows:

  1. Niraj Kumar (IRAS:2000) was appointed as CVO, National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) for a combined tenure of seven years ending 05.04.2025.
  2. Sunil Kumar Singh (IRSS:2000) was appointed as CVO, India Post Payments Bank (IPPB) for a combined tenure of seven years ending 02.07.2024.
  3. Virender Kumar Adhana (IOFS:1998) was appointed as CVO, Rural Electrification Corporation Ltd. (REC) for a combined tenure of seven years ending 28.10.2024.
  4. Ms. Shefali Swaroop (IRS IT:1993) was appointed a as CVO, Department of Telecommunications (DoT) for an initial period of three years.
  5. Puneet Agarwal (IDAS:1997) was appointed as CVO, Delhi Development Authority (DDA) for an initial period of three years.

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