Eight IAS officers transferred

HYDERABAD: The state government has transferred eight IAS officers here on Wednesday. Senior IAS officer Chitta Ranjan Biswal, who is currently working as principal secretary for industries an

Published: 05th January 2012 03:07 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:08 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: The state government has transferred eight IAS officers here on Wednesday. Senior IAS officer Chitta Ranjan Biswal, who is currently working as principal secretary for industries and commerce department has been posted as principal secretary for panchayat raj and rural development department. Commissioner of Inquires K Pradeep Chandra has been appointed as the vicechairman and managing director of the State Warehousing Corporation.

PV Ramesh, who has been waiting for posting, has been appointed as principal secretary for finance department. He will replace T Satyanarayana Rao who will be the new managing director of the AP State Finance Corporation.

Principal secretary for rural water supply and sanitation Chitra Ramachandran has been posted as principal secretary for endowments in view of KV Ramanchary taking voluntary retirement. She will be succeeded by Vikas Raj who is appointed secretary for RWS and Sanitation. AP Beverages Corporation MD M Subrahmanyam has been posted as secretary of the Board of Intermediate Education.

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