Sagayam Appointed Vice-chairman of Science City

Published: 06th September 2014 06:17 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th September 2014 06:17 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: The State government has appointed senior IAS officer U Sagayam as the vice-chairman of Science City.

Sagayam.jpgOn September 3, he was transferred from Cooptex and was appointed as the director of Indian Medicine and Homoeopathy. But that order was cancelled. 

Similarly, the transfer of Selvi Apoorva as Cooptex managing director has also been cancelled.  Now, she has been appointed as the managing director of Tamil Nadu Medical Services Corporation. But, she will be continuing to function as the Commissioner of Indian Medicine and Homoeopathy with full additional charge.

TN Venkatesh, managing director, Tamil Nadu Cements Corporation Ltd has been appointed as the Cooptex managing director.

P Amutha, former Secretary, Home, Prohibition and Excise Department, on return from training abroad, would be assuming charge as the Commissioner of Labour.  She replaces M Veera Shamugha Moni.

Har Sahay Meena, on return to State cadre, would be taking over as the Commissioner of Tourism. He would function also as the managing director of Tamil Nadu Tourism Development Corporation. Smitha Nagaraj, on reversion to State cadre, would be taking charge as the director of Entrepreneurship Development Institute.

G Latha, former Commissioner of Coimbatore Corporation, has been appointed as the deputy secretary to Industries Department.  Santosh Babu, former Commissioner of Indian Medicine and Homoeopathy, on return from leave, would take over as the chairman and managing director of the Tamil Nadu Handicrafts Corporation.

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