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Delhi Police: Responsibilities of 14 IPS and DANIPS officers’ reshuffled

New Delhi: Delhi Lt Governor Anil Baijal has enacted some reshuffle Delhi Police with immediate effect. Addl CP /EOW Suvashish Choudhary (2002) transferred to  Addl CP licensing; Rajeev Ranjan (2002) Addl CP crime to special branch; Brij Kishor Sngh (2003) Addl CP traffic to crime; Dheeraj Kumar (2004) Addl CP special branch to vigilance; Suman Goyal (2005) Addl CP vigilance to traffic; Deepak Purohit (2007) DCP/PCR to DCP/West District; Atul Kumar Thakur (2008) DCP/North-East district to South district; Monika Bharadwaj (2009) DCP/West District to DCP/North district; A Koan (2009) DCP/traffic to DCP/Outer district; Ved Prakash Surya (2009) Addl DCP-I/ Sahadara district to DCP/North-East district; Amit Sharma (2010) Addl DCP-I/Central district to DCP/Shahadara district; Rohit Meena (2012) DCP/Traffic to Addl DCP-I/Central district; Ajay Pal Singh (DANIPS:2007) Addl DCP-II/ South West district to Addl DCP-II/New Delhi district and Sikandar Singh (DANIPS: 2009) Addl DCP-II/West district to Addl DCP-II/ Central district.

 

05 Sep 2019
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Commerce: Ms Manisha Meena appointed as DS

Ms Manisha Meena (IES:2008) was on Thursday appointed as Deputy Secretary in the Department of Commerce for a period of 04 yrs under Central Staffing Scheme (CSS). 

01 Aug 2019
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Delhi Police: Responsibilities of 14 IPS and DANIPS officers’ reshuffled

By IndianMandarins 05 Sep 2019

New Delhi: Delhi Lt Governor Anil Baijal has enacted some reshuffle Delhi Police with immediate effect. Addl CP /EOW Suvashish Choudhary (2002) transferred to  Addl CP licensing; Rajeev Ranjan (2002) Addl CP crime to special branch; Brij Kishor Sngh (2003) Addl CP traffic to crime; Dheeraj Kumar (2004) Addl CP special branch to vigilance; Suman Goyal (2005) Addl CP vigilance to traffic; Deepak Purohit (2007) DCP/PCR to DCP/West District; Atul Kumar Thakur (2008) DCP/North-East district to South district; Monika Bharadwaj (2009) DCP/West District to DCP/North district; A Koan (2009) DCP/traffic to DCP/Outer district; Ved Prakash Surya (2009) Addl DCP-I/ Sahadara district to DCP/North-East district; Amit Sharma (2010) Addl DCP-I/Central district to DCP/Shahadara district; Rohit Meena (2012) DCP/Traffic to Addl DCP-I/Central district; Ajay Pal Singh (DANIPS:2007) Addl DCP-II/ South West district to Addl DCP-II/New Delhi district and Sikandar Singh (DANIPS: 2009) Addl DCP-II/West district to Addl DCP-II/ Central district.

 

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Commerce: Ms Manisha Meena appointed as DS

By IndianMandarins 01 Aug 2019

Ms Manisha Meena (IES:2008) was on Thursday appointed as Deputy Secretary in the Department of Commerce for a period of 04 yrs under Central Staffing Scheme (CSS). 

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Special CP level reshuffle effected in Delhi

By IndianMandarins 20 Jul 2019

The Ministry of Home Affairs on Friday effected reshuffle of IPS officers at Special Commissioner of Police level. Accordingly;     

Muktesh Chander (IPS:1988:UT) was posted as Special CP Operations vice S K Gautam. Prior to this he was DGP, Goa.

Sunil Kumar Gautam (IPS:1989:UT) was posted as Special CP Training. Prior to this he was Special CP Operations.

Sanjay Singh (IPS:1990:UT) was posted as Special CP Law & Order (North). Prior to this he served as Special CP Headquarters/Recruitment.

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TN sends UPSC list of officers for DGP selection

By IndianMandarins 17 Apr 2019

Since the Model Code of Conduct doesn't bar it, the TN government has initiated a proposal for selection of the incumbent DGP T K Rajendran whose term will end on June 30. Accordingly, the state government has sent to the Union Public Services Commission (UPSC) a list of 12 officers of the Indian Police Service (IPS), who will complete 30 years of service on June 1. Under the rules, the state government is required to send a list of IPS officers three months ahead of the end of the current incumbent’s term.

 

The main stipulation behind listing officers for this purpose is that those having a residual period of service of fewer than six months should not be in the list.

 

In the case of TN, the period of six months is counted, keeping the date of  Rajendran’s last day as DGP (June 30, 2019) as the reference date. As a result, four IPS officers — Sangaram Jangid (IPS:1985:TN) and C K Gandhirajan (IPS:1985:TN), Ashish Bhengra (IPS:1986:TN) and R C Kudawla (IPS:1987:TN) have been excluded.

 

Those who have made it to the list are J. K. Tripathy (1985); M. S. Jaffar Sait, Srilakshmi Prasad, Ashutosh Shukla, Mithilesh Kumar Jha, and N. Tamil Selvan, all belonging to the 1986 batch, and C. Sylendra Babu, Karan Singha, Prateep V. Philip and Vijaya Kumar, all from the 1987, besides Sanjay Arora and Sunil Kumar belonging to the 1988 batch.

 

One interesting point about the two listed 1988 batch IPS officers is that they are yet to be assigned the DGP rank. They have been accommodated in the list, as they fulfill the essential qualification of having put in 30 years of service. It is because of this rule that their batchmate, Sunil Kumar Singh, does not figure in the list, as he joined the service in August 1989. The other 10 officers who are in the list have been given the DGP rank.

 

As soon as the results of Lok Sabha elections are over, a committee of senior officers — two from the UPSC and one each from the Union Ministry of Home Affairs and the State government — is likely to meet and shortlist six names, of which Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami will select one. Once selected, the police officer will remain as DGP for two years, regardless of the date of retirement from the service.

 

Last month, the SC clarified that the preparation of panel “should be purely on the basis of merit from officers who have a minimum residual tenure of six months.”

 

This clarification came as former Uttar Pradesh DGP Prakash Singh had contended in a petition that the UPSC was “only considering” police officers with a minimum 2 years’ residual tenure for appointment as DGP, leading to many “competent officers” getting overlooked.

 

Rajendran was made DGP on June 30, 2017, on the day that he was to retire from the service.

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Addressing IPS probationers Union Home Minister calls for specialisation in policing

By IndianMandarins 10 Oct 2018

The Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh underlined the need for specialisation in policing to provide world class services to the people. Addressing the Indian Police Service (IPS) probationers of 2017 batch, on Tuesday, he said that law enforcement agencies should stress upon the need to give special training to police officers as per their area of interest to enhance professional skills and capabilities.

 

Exhorting the young police officers to adapt themselves to the rapid changes he said that merging law and order challenges such as hi-tech crimes, terrorism, LWE are of diverse nature, which calls for quick and decisive response and require expertise. Further he added that constant flow of information between public and government officials is the key to understand and solve the problems of public.

 

Later, interacting with the IPS Probationers Home Minister suggested ways how to bust stress while doing duty. He said practicing yoga is the best way to reduce stress. He also said that good health is good for out-of-the-box thinking as new ideas from young officers are of great help for good policing.

 

P K Srivastava (Additional Secretary, MHA); Rajni Kant Mishra (DG, BSF); Mrs D R Doley Barman, Director, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy and senior BSF officers were present on the occasion.

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