9 IAS officers transferred

BANGALORE:  The state government has transferred nine IAS officers including Yogendra Tripathy, who was withdrawn from the Energy department and posted as the Commissioner Bangalore Metro

Published: 04th February 2012 06:33 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 05:49 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE:  The state government has transferred nine IAS officers including Yogendra Tripathy, who was withdrawn from the Energy department and posted as the Commissioner Bangalore Metropolitan Regional Development Authority, Bangalore. Following is the list of other officers who were transferred by the  Government. Managing Director Karnataka Power Corporation Limited M R Kamble, Secretary Agriculture Department Dr Babu Rao Mudbi, , Deputy Commissioner Bangalore Rural district S Shankaranarayan and Mission Director Karnataka State Rural Livelihood Promotion Society Dr K G Jagadeesha.

Deputy Commissioner Hassan district K P Mohanraj, Smt M V Savithri Deputy Commissioner Raichur, M V Vedamurthy DC Shimoga and Panduranga Bommaiah Naik are posted as the DC Gadag district.                

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