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28 IRS officers given fresh postings as Chief Commissioner Income Tax

Amid ongoing LS polls the NaMo administration, with consent of ECI, on Monday cleared the posting of 28 IRS (IT) officers as Chief Commissioner (Income Tax) at various places. They were empanelled to hold CCIT post in December 2018. They are as follows:


  • Manik Lal Karmakar- CCIT (TDS) Mumbai
  • D P Haokip- CCIT, Indore
  • Preetam Singh- CCIT (06), Mumbai
  • Sandeep Kapoor- CCIT, Udaipur
  • Ravindra Kumar- CCIT, Thiruvananthapuram
  • Anand Kumar Agarwal- CCIT, Bareilly
  • Ajit Kumar Sinha- CCIT (TDS), Bengaluru
  • Chhavi Anupam- CCIT (02), Ahmedabad
  • Patanjali- Director General IT (Investigation), Bengaluru
  • Smita Jhingran- DGIT (I&CI), Delhi
  • Durga Charan Dash- CCIT, Coimbatore
  • Rakesh Kumar Paliwal- DGIT (Investigation), Hyderabad
  • Satyakam Mishra- CCIT (05), Delhi
  • Mahendra Singh- DGIT (Investigation), Jaipur
  • Nitin Gupta- DGIT (Investigation), Mumbai
  • D C Patwari- DGIT (Investigation), Chennai
  • Saroj Deswal- CCIT, Panchkula
  • Ronmoy Das- DGIT (Investigation), Kolkata
  • K Sridhar- CCIT, Vijaywada
  • Atul Pranay- CCIT, Hyderabad
  • Kaushalendra Kumar Singh- CCIT (03), Kolkata
  • Devashish Roy Choudhary- CCIT (TDS), Ahmedabad
  • Md Wasimul Haque- CCIT (04), Kolkata
  • Rajiv Vijay Nabar- CCIT, Madurai
  • Sangeeta Singh- CCIT, Surat
  • B G Reddy- CCIT, Vijaywada
  • Arvind Kumar- CCIT (03), Chennai
  • Suresh Singh Panwar- CCIT (Intl Transaction) South Zone, Bengaluru

22 May 2019
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NP Singh empanelled as CCIT

The ACC, on Wednesday, cleared the empanelment of Nai Pal Singh (IRS IT) for promotion to the grade of Chief Commissioner of Income Tax (CCIT) in the Indian Revenue Service (Income Tax) for the panel year 2016-17.

22 May 2019
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28 IRS officers given fresh postings as Chief Commissioner Income Tax

By IndianMandarins 22 May 2019

Amid ongoing LS polls the NaMo administration, with consent of ECI, on Monday cleared the posting of 28 IRS (IT) officers as Chief Commissioner (Income Tax) at various places. They were empanelled to hold CCIT post in December 2018. They are as follows:


  • Manik Lal Karmakar- CCIT (TDS) Mumbai
  • D P Haokip- CCIT, Indore
  • Preetam Singh- CCIT (06), Mumbai
  • Sandeep Kapoor- CCIT, Udaipur
  • Ravindra Kumar- CCIT, Thiruvananthapuram
  • Anand Kumar Agarwal- CCIT, Bareilly
  • Ajit Kumar Sinha- CCIT (TDS), Bengaluru
  • Chhavi Anupam- CCIT (02), Ahmedabad
  • Patanjali- Director General IT (Investigation), Bengaluru
  • Smita Jhingran- DGIT (I&CI), Delhi
  • Durga Charan Dash- CCIT, Coimbatore
  • Rakesh Kumar Paliwal- DGIT (Investigation), Hyderabad
  • Satyakam Mishra- CCIT (05), Delhi
  • Mahendra Singh- DGIT (Investigation), Jaipur
  • Nitin Gupta- DGIT (Investigation), Mumbai
  • D C Patwari- DGIT (Investigation), Chennai
  • Saroj Deswal- CCIT, Panchkula
  • Ronmoy Das- DGIT (Investigation), Kolkata
  • K Sridhar- CCIT, Vijaywada
  • Atul Pranay- CCIT, Hyderabad
  • Kaushalendra Kumar Singh- CCIT (03), Kolkata
  • Devashish Roy Choudhary- CCIT (TDS), Ahmedabad
  • Md Wasimul Haque- CCIT (04), Kolkata
  • Rajiv Vijay Nabar- CCIT, Madurai
  • Sangeeta Singh- CCIT, Surat
  • B G Reddy- CCIT, Vijaywada
  • Arvind Kumar- CCIT (03), Chennai
  • Suresh Singh Panwar- CCIT (Intl Transaction) South Zone, Bengaluru

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NP Singh empanelled as CCIT

By IndianMandarins 22 May 2019

The ACC, on Wednesday, cleared the empanelment of Nai Pal Singh (IRS IT) for promotion to the grade of Chief Commissioner of Income Tax (CCIT) in the Indian Revenue Service (Income Tax) for the panel year 2016-17.

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