Transfers, Postings of Chief Engineers

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SRINAGAR- The Cabinet ordered the transfers and postings in R&B, PDD, and PHE departments. 

Abdul Hamid Sheikh, Chief Engineer, R&B, Jammu, shall report to the Administrative Department for further posting.

D.D Gorkha, Chief Engineer, PMGSY, Jammu has been transferred and posted as Chief Engineer PMGSY thereby relieving A.K. Gandotra SE, PMGSY Kashmir of the charge of Chief Engineer, PMGSY Kashmir .

Raman Puri, Chief Engineer, Project Organization, (Mughal Road), has been transferred and Posted as Chief Engineer, SKIMS, Soura.

Alok Mengi, Chief Engineer ERA, has been transferred and Posted as Chief Engineer R&B Jammu.

Nayeem Ahmad, Chief Engineer, SKIMS, Soura has been transferred and Posted as Chief Engineer, PMGSY Jammu.

Ravinder Kumar Gupta, Chief Engineer, Chenab valley Power Corporation has been transferred and Posted as Chief Engineer, Project Organization (Mughal Road) with additional charge of Chenab Valley Power Corporation.

Ravinder Kumar Raina, Chief Engineer, awaiting orders of adjustment in the administrative department has been posted as Chief Engineer ERA, Jammu.

Amresh Raina, Director Stores and Procurement Department with additional Charge of Chief Engineer Mechanical Kashmir shall report to Administrative Department for further posting.

In the meanwhile, and as purely temporary measures Deepak Razdan, Chief Engineer Mechanical Jammu will hold additionally the charge of Director Stores and Procurement Department and Rajnesh Bal, SE, PHE (Mech) –Circle South Srinagar will look after the work of Chief Engineer Mechanical Kashmir in addition to his own duty.

Mr. Ravi Chanyal, Incharge Chief Engineer, Planning and Design Wing J&K, , has been transferred and posted as Incharge Chief Engineer, Systems and operations wing, Jammu relieving Mr. Ajay Gupta, Incharge Chief Engineer, Electric Maintenance and Rural Electrification Wing, Jammu of the additional Charge.

Mr. Som Raj Sharma has been recalled from deputation to J&K SPDCL and posted as Incharge Chief Engineer, Planning and Design Wing J&K.

Mr. Asgar Ali Majaz, Secretary (Technical), Power Development Department has been assigned additional charge of the post of Executive Director (Electrical) J&K SPDCL in addition to his existing responsibilities.

Cabinet also approved placement of Mr. Muzaffer Lanker, Chief Engineer, PHE Department, Kashmir, working in Pay Band-IV ((37400-67000) GP 8700, as Executive Director in the J&K SPDC in the pay band of 37400-67000 Grade pay 8900 against the available vacancy with immediate effect.

Consequent upon above and in the interest of administration, the following transfers/postings of Chief Engineers have been made. 

Mr. Ahmad Muzaffer Lanker, Chief Engineer, PHE Department, Kashmir on his promotion as Executive Director has been transferred and posted as Executive Director, J&K SPDC against the available vacancy.

Mr. G. M. Bhat, Incharge Chief Engineer, presently on deputation to Chenab Valley Power Projects Limited has been recalled and posted as Incharge Chief Engineer, PHE Department, Kashmir.

Mr. Rajeev Gandotra, Incharge Chief Engineer, presently on deputation to J&K SPDC has been recalled and posted as Incharge Chief Engineer, I&FC Department, Jammu.

Mr. H. C. Jeerath,  Incharge Chief Engineer, I&FC Department, Jammu has been transferred and posted as Incharge Chief Engineer, RTIC, Jammu.

Mr. K. K. Gupta, Incharge Chief Engineer, RTIC, Jammu has been transferred and deputed to Chenab Valley Power Project Limited.

Mr. Prem Nath, Incharge Chief Engineer on deputation to J&K SPDC has been recalled and posted as Chief Engineer, PHE Department, Jammu.

Mr. Sushil Aima, Incharge Chief Engineer, PHE Department, Jammu has been transferred and posted as Incharge Chief Engineer, Designs, Inspections and Quality Control.

Mr. Naresh Langeh, Chief Engineer, Designs, Inspections and Quality Control has been transferred and posted as Chief Engineer, Urban Environmental Engineering Department (UEED), Kashmir.

Mr. Mohammad Hanief Lone, Incharge Chief Engineer UEED Kashmir has been transferred and deputed to J&K SPDC. 

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