Bihar Government escalated 6 IAS to Secretary Grade

Chief Minister Nitish Kumar led Bihar Government recently, issued order to extend promotion to 6 IAS officers from 2006 batch to Secretary grade, effective from January 1, 2022.

GN Bureau | December 8, 2021


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In a recent transfer order issued issued, the Bihar Government announced to extend the promotion to six IAS officers of 2006-Batch to Super Time Scale (Secretary Grade) with effect from January 1, 2022. The list of officers promoted with their charges includes:

Dayanidhan Pandey has been posted as Special Secretary, Social Welfare Department with the additional charge of Director, Social Security.

Dharmendra Singh has been given the charge of Director, Fisheries and the additional charge of Special Secretary, Animal and Fisheries Resources.

Sandeep Kumar R Pudakalkatti becomes the Managing Director, North Bihar Power Distribution Company Limited. He will also hold the additional charge of Managing Director, Bihar State Power Transmission Company Limited.

 

Keshav Ranjan Prasad has been appointed to the post of Secretary, Bihar Public Service Commission.

Harendra Nath Dubey gets the charge of Special Secretary, Panchayat Raj.

Gorakhnath has been made Special Secretary, Finance Department.

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