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UP Govt effected as bureaucratic reshuffle

The Uttar Pradesh government has made some administrative reshuffle in the state with Subhash Chardra Sharma (IAS:1996) transferred to commissioner Jhansi zone from commissioner Kanpur zone, Sudhir Mahadev Bobde (IAS:1990) serving as Labour Commissioner at Kanpur has been given additional responsibility of commissioner Kanpur Zone, K Ram Mohan Rao (IAS:1994), principal secretary, Backward Class Welfare Department, UP and director Backward Class Welfare Department has been appointed as commissioner Vindhyachal  Zone, Mirzapur.

01 Oct 2019
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Major bureaucratic reshuffle in the offing in UP after Navaratra

With some senior officers in the Uttar Pradesh bureaucracy getting retired and complains about some other reaching Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath, the government is likely to do a major bureaucratic reshuffle in the state.

Some promoted IAS officers in the state got retired and there are lots of vacant positions in the state. Sources in the government said that after the Navaratra gets over, a major reshuffle in the state will take place to further tighten the administrative machinery.

30 Sep 2019
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UP Govt effected as bureaucratic reshuffle

By IndianMandarins 01 Oct 2019

The Uttar Pradesh government has made some administrative reshuffle in the state with Subhash Chardra Sharma (IAS:1996) transferred to commissioner Jhansi zone from commissioner Kanpur zone, Sudhir Mahadev Bobde (IAS:1990) serving as Labour Commissioner at Kanpur has been given additional responsibility of commissioner Kanpur Zone, K Ram Mohan Rao (IAS:1994), principal secretary, Backward Class Welfare Department, UP and director Backward Class Welfare Department has been appointed as commissioner Vindhyachal  Zone, Mirzapur.

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Major bureaucratic reshuffle in the offing in UP after Navaratra

By IndianMandarins 30 Sep 2019

With some senior officers in the Uttar Pradesh bureaucracy getting retired and complains about some other reaching Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath, the government is likely to do a major bureaucratic reshuffle in the state.

Some promoted IAS officers in the state got retired and there are lots of vacant positions in the state. Sources in the government said that after the Navaratra gets over, a major reshuffle in the state will take place to further tighten the administrative machinery.

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Yogi Govt releases 1st instalment for land acquisition for Jewar Airport

By IndianMandarins 30 Oct 2018

The Uttar Pradesh government finally kicked off the process of construction of the Jewar airport by releasing its first instalment of Rs 250 crore to begin the land acquisition process for the ambitious project. The greenfield project for establishing the second international airport in the NCR region seeks to lessen air traffic load on the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi. The civil aviation secretary Surya Pal Gangwar issued a government order on October 20, stating that the funds were released following the issuance of the land acquisition notification. According to the notification, the Yogi Adityanath government released 10% of the total land acquisition cost.

 

The greenfield airport proposed to be built at an estimated cost of Rs 15,000 crore to Rs 20,000 crore, will require a total of 5,000 hectares of land. However, 1,334 hectares of land is required to build the first phase of the airport. Brajesh Narain Singh, District Magistrate (DM) of the Gautam Budh district, said that near about 1,239 hectares of land, belonging to the farmers, will be acquired from six villages including Rohi, Dayanatpur, Parohi, Kishorepur, Ranhera and Banwari Baans along the Yamuna Expressway. The farmers owning the land in the region would be provided with their share of compensation. The remaining 95 hectares required for the first phase of the project already belonged to the government.

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Twelve IAS officers reshuffled in UP

By IndianMandarins 08 Sep 2018

The Yogi Adityanath Government on Saturday, in a major bureaucratic rejig, transferred and posted as many as twelve IAS officers in various departments and ministries in UP. Accordingly;

  • P V Jaganmohan posted as Principal Secretary, Public Enterprises
  • Dimple Verma posted as Principal Secretary, Youth and Welfare
  • Pandhari Yadav posted as Secretary, External Aided Projects
  • K Rammohan Rao posted as Secretary, Backward Welfare
  • Alka Tondon Bhatnagar posted as Secretary, Gopan
  • Dr Senthil Pandian posted as CMD, UP State Power Generation and Distribution
  • Amrita Soni posted as Special Secretary Power
  • Subhra Saxena posted as Vice Chairman of Agra Development Authority
  • Radhe Shyam Mishra posted as Special Secretary, Revenue Department
  • Kinjal Singh posted as Vice Chairman, Kanpur Development Authority
  • Kanchan Verma posted as Vice Chairman, Ghaziabad Development Authority
  • Rajesh Prakash posted as Additional Commissioner, Vindhyachal Division

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