Five IAS officials get new postings in reshuffle

Published: 30th July 2013 07:51 AM  |   Last Updated: 30th July 2013 07:51 AM   |  A+A-

The Tamil Nadu government on Monday announced the transfers of five IAS officers. While four officers have been shuffled among State government departments, one has been placed on Central deputation.

S Sivashanmugaraja, Deputy Secretary to Government, Backward Classes, Most Backward Classes & Minorities Welfare Department will replace C Vijayaraj Kumar as the Director of Adi Dravidar Welfare. Vijayaraj Kumar will take over as Managing Director of the Tamil Nadu Water Supply & Drainage Board (TWAD Board) in place of the retired P Ekambaram.

Vibhu Nayar, who has been serving as Project Director of Irrigated Agriculture Modernisation & Water Resources Management (IAMWARM) will take over as Chairman of Teachers Recruitment Board, replacing Surjit K Chaudhary, who is set to go on Central deputation as Secretary of the National Commission for Minorities under the Ministry of Minority Affairs.

Ashok Ranjan Mohanty, who has been serving as Special Secretary in the Agriculture Department will take charge as Secretary of the State Human Rights Commission.

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