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Who will replace Shekhar in ICAO, Montreal, Canada?

By Indian Mandarins- 08 Apr 2019
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The Ministry of Civil Aviation on Thursday invited applications for the post of Representative of India in the Council of International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO, Montreal, Canada).  The post is much in demand among the career bureaucrats empanelled to hold Joint Secretary-level post in the Govt of India.

 

The post will fall vacant after Alok Shekhar (IAS:1994:PB) completes his three-year tenure on 29 October 2019. Shekhar, then Secretary AERA, had replaced Prashant Narain Sukul (IDAS:1982) in ICAO.

 

Following the advertisement of the post, power corridors are abuzz as to who may be the lucky one to replace Alok Shekhar.


The applicants are required to have the experience of working for at least twelve months in the field of civil aviation.

 

It may be mentioned that the ICAO, a UN body, which is composed of 36 states, is elected for a three-year term. The council member states are chosen under three headings -- states of chief importance in air transport, states which make the largest contribution to the provision of facilities for air navigation and states whose designation will ensure that all major areas of the world are represented.

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