8 KAS Officers Shifted 

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SRINAGAR — The state government on Tuesday ordered transfer of eight KAS officers in the interest of administration. 

According to separate orders, Kapil Sharma (KAS), Additional Mission Director, State Rural Livelihood Mission, Jammu, has been transferred and posted as Chief Operating Officer, Himayat.

Pankaj Gupta (KAS), Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board, has been  recalled and posted as Additional Mission Director, State Rural Livelihood Mission, Jammu, vice Mr. Kapil Sharma.

Mohammad Latief (KAS0, Additional Secretary to the Government, Animal and Sheep Husbandry Department, has been transferred and posted as Joint Director, School Education, Jammu, against an available vacancy.

Showkat Ahmad Rather (KAS), Additional Deputy Commissioner, Pulwama, has been transferred and posted as Additional Deputy Commissioner, Anantnag. He has been posted as the Yatra Officer for the conduct of Shri Amarnathji Yatra-2018.

Mohammad Ahsan Mir (KAS), Programme Officer, ICDS Project, Pulwama, has been transferred and posted as Additional Deputy Commissioner, Pulwama, vice Showkat Ahmad Rather. “He shall also hold the additional charge of the post of Programme Officer, ICDS Project, Pulwama, till further orders.”  Shabir-ul-Hassan (KAS), Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Chadoora, has been transferred and posted as Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Gulmarg, vice Abdul Aziz Rather.

Aziz Ahmad Rather (KAS), Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Gulmarg, has been transferred and posted as

Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Chadoora, vice Mr. Shabirul-Hassan.

Project Manager, IWMP, Ramban, has been transferred and posted as SubDivisional Magistrate, Chatroo, against an available vacancy.

Gul Hussain Kraipak (KAS), Project Officer, Wage Employment (ACD), Ramban, has been asked to hold the charge of the post of Project Manager, IWMP, Ramban, in addition to his own duties, till further orders.  

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