3 IAS, 3 KAS Officers Transferred

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SRINAGAR — Three IAS and as many KAS officers were transferred, with immediate effect, in the interest of administration by government on Monday.

According to an order issued here, Navin Kumar Choudhary (IAS), Principal Secretary to the Government, Industries and Commerce Department, has been asked to hold the charge of Administrative Secretary, Tourism Department, in addition to his own duties, till further orders.

Rigzian Sampheal (IAS), Commissioner/Secretary to the Government, Tourism Department, holding additional charge of Administrative Secretary, Ladakh Affairs Department and Department of Floriculture, Parks and Gardens, has been posted as Commissioner/Secretary to the Government, Ladakh Affairs Department.

“He shall hold the charge of Administrative Secretary, Information Technology Department and Chief Executive Officer, JaKeGA, relieving Navin Kumar Choudhary, IAS, Principal Secretary to the Government, Industries and Commerce Department of the additional charge of the posts,” the order said. 

He has been also asked to hold the charge of Administrative Secretary, Science and Technology Department, in addition to his own duties, till further orders.

Prasanna Ramaswamy G (IAS), awaiting orders of posting in the General Administration Department, has been posted as Additional Secretary to the Government, Information Technology Department.

Sheikh Fayaz Ahmad (KAS), Secretary to the Government, Science and Technology Department, has been transferred and posted as Secretary to the Government, Department of Floriculture, Parks and Gardens, relieving Mr. Rigzian Sampheal, IAS, of the additional charge of the post.

Asif Hamid Khan (KAS), Managing Director, JKTDC, has been transferred and posted as Director General, Libraries, J&K, against an available vacancy.

Ms. Rehana Batul (KAS), Director General, Rural Development, Jammu, has been transferred and posted as Managing Director, JKTDC.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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