Central Government approves of appointing 9 Officers for Joint Secretary or equivalent role

The empanelment order of 9 officers from IAS, IRSS, ISS and IRTS cadre is issued by Prime Minister Narendra Modi led Government of India.

GN Bureau | November 30, 2021


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The Government of India led by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, sanctioned empanelment of nine officers from IAS, IRSS, ISS and IRTS cadre for Joint Secretary or equivalent position in the Centre.

The list of officers include Mohammed Shayin, IAS officer of 2002-Batch of Haryana cadre. Shayin, has served as Managing Director, Haryana Power Generation Corporation, DG and Secretary, Mines and Geology Department among other crucial postings

2003-Batch IAS officer Nandini Paliwal of AGMUT cadre is also named in the list. Paliwal also served as Deputy Director, Lal Bahadur Shastri Academy of Administration (LBSNAA) for a period of two years beyond 31.05.2020.

 

IRSS officers of 1993 and 1996 batch V Appa Rao and Ashish Jain, respectively are also chosen under the Central Government’s mandate.

ISS officers of 1996 batch Rajesh Bhatia and Gaya Prasad are mentioned in the list for Joint Secretary appointments at the Central Cabinet. Similarly, another set of ISS officers from 1998 batch P Manoj Kumar and Rohit Bhardwaj, too are mentioned in the list.

Manisha Chatterjee, 1999-Batch IRTS officer is also empaneled in the Center’s list.

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