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NITI: Principal Consultant and Mission Director to get extension

By Indian Mandarins- 12 Dec 2019
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Indianmandarins has reliably learnt that NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Rajiv Kumar has cleared the extension (in tenure) of Anil Shrivastava (Retd IAS:1985:MP) for a period of six months. Presently he is serving as Principal Consultant and Mission Director, National Mission on Transformative Mobility.

His tenure was scheduled to be over on December 05, 2019. VC had proposed the extension for a period of one year but reportedly, the Integrated Finance Division (IFD) recommended to make it for a period of six months only.

Indianmandarins has further learnt that notification of Srivastava’s extension may be announced soon. Srivastava would continue in NITI up to May 05, 2020. It may be mentioned that Shrivastava retired in March 2019 and was further given post-retirement assignment with NITI Aayog. 

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