15 IAS Officers Transferred in Yet Another Reshuffle in Raj

Published: 05th January 2014 03:15 PM  |   Last Updated: 05th January 2014 03:15 PM   |  A+A-


Rajasthan Government has transfered 15 senior IAS officers in yet another administrative reshuffle late last night, sources in the Department of Personnel (DOP) said today.        

DOP's Principal Secretary (PS) Sudarshan Sethi was transferred to Tribal Area Development department as PS, while Alok Gupta, till now Labour Commissioner, will take over the DOP's Principal Secretary post, sources said.   Preetam Singh, Principal Secretary in Triba Area Development, would now take charge as PS in Dairy Development department and MD in RCDF.            

Dr Lalit Mehra, PS in Irrigated Area Development, will now be CMD of Rajasthan State Warehouse Corporation.

S K Agarwal, holding Energy Department, Non-conventional Energy sources, and Rajasthan State Power Distribution Ltd as CMD, has been sent to Small Industries, Khadi and Gramodyog as PS.       

Sudhansh Pant, holding Mines and Petroleum department, will now be Agriculture Commissioner.   

Vinod Ajmera, holding the post of Managing Director of Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation and Commissioner of Rajathan Foundation, has been shifted to Industry Department as Commissioner.            

Gayatri A Rathore, sitting in Medical and Health Department, will take over Ajmera's post of RTDC as MD and Commissioner. While Sunil Dhariwal has been transferred from state Revenue directorate to Medical and Health Department as PS and MD of Rajasthan Medical Health Corporation Ltd.

Rajeshwar Singh would now be Principal Secretary of Tourism Department, while Dinesh Kumar as PS in Local Self Bodies, Sidharth Mahajan as Special Secretary in Finance Department, Dr Samit Sharma as Group General Manager of RSSMLL in Udaipur, Anil Kumar Chaplot in Home Department as special secretary, and Omprakash Yadav as Commissioner of Excise Department.           

On December 20 last, 30 IAS officers, including eight Additional Chief Secretaries and nine Principal Secretaries, were transferred in a major administrative reshuffle.


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