8 IAS Officers Transferred in Haryana

Published: 28th February 2014 06:39 PM  |   Last Updated: 28th February 2014 06:39 PM   |  A+A-


The Haryana Government today transferred eight IAS officers in the state with immediate effect.

Dhanpat Singh, Principal Secretary, Technical Education Department has been given the additional charge of Nodal Officer for Monitoring the Chief Minister's announcements and Monitoring and Coordination relieving T C Gupta of the charge, an official spokeman said here.

Anil Malik, Commissioner and Secretary, Excise and Taxation Department has been given the additional charge of Managing Director, Haryana Medical Services Corporation against a newly-created post.

Rajiv Ranjan, Special Secretary, Finance Department and Director and Special Secretary, Environment Department has been posted as Commissioner, Hisar Division and Administrator, Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) relieving Chander Prakash of the charge.

Nitin Kumar Yadav, Director and Special Secretary, Development and Panchayat Department and Director and Special Secretary, Rural Development Department has been given the additional charge of Special Secretary, Finance and Director and Special Secretary, Environment.

Ashok Sangwan, Director and Special Secretary, Industries and Commerce and Mines and Geology and Managing Director, Haryana State Industries and Export Corporation, Haryana Handloom and Handicraft Corporation, Haryana Tanneries Limited Jind has been given the additional charge of Director, Supplies and Disposal.

J Ganeshan, Deputy Commissioner, Sirsa and Anshaj Singh, Secretary, Haryana Board of School Education will swap their place of postings.

Priyanka Soni, Assistant Commissioner (under training), Kurukshetra has been posted as Assistant Commissioner (under training), Yamunanagar.

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