Air India chief empanelled as secretary

Besides Ashwani Lohani, six others from Indian Audit and Accounts Service, Indian Revenue Service and Indian Forest Service have also been empanelled as secretaries

GN Bureau | August 22, 2016


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Ashwani Lohani, chairman and MD, Air India
Ashwani Lohani, chairman and MD, Air India

Air India chairman and managing director Ashwani Lohani has been empanelled to hold secretary-level posts in the central government. 

 
According to an order issued by the department of personnel and training (DoPT), the appointments committee of cabinet has approved his empanelment to hold the post of a secretary or its equivalent in the government of India.
 
Lohani, a 1980 batch officer of Indian Railway Service of Mechanical Engineers (IRSME), was appointed as the CMD of the company in August last year.
 
Besides him, six other officers - three of Indian Audit and Accounts Service, two of Indian Revenue Service and one from Indian Forest Service - have been empanelled as secretaries. 
 

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