Daily Archives: November 17, 2019

IRCTC | Catering Tariff & Menu for Rajdhani/Shatabdi/Duronto Trains & Standard Meals on Mail/Express trains

Catering Services

PIB News Update:Taking note of the need to further improve variety, hygiene and quality of food for its passengers, Indian Railways has rationalized the Menus and revised the Tariff for catering services. The tariff of Rajdhani/Shatabdi/Duronto trains has been revised after 6 years since the last revision in 2013 while the tariff of standard meals for Mail/Express… Read More

M Govinda Rao IAS transferred as Collector- Thanjavur, TN

M Govinda Rao IAS TN

Shri M Govinda Rao IAS (Tamil Nadu 2011) presently Deputy Commissioner (Works),Greater Chennai Corporation, has been transferred and posted as Collector, Thanjavur District vice Shri A Annadurai IAS.

Indian Bureaucracy Dot Com wishes Shri M Govinda Rao the very best.… Read More

S Divyadharshini IAS appointed Collector- Ranipet District, TN

S Divyadharshini IAS TN

Smt S Divyadharshini IAS (Tamil Nadu 2011) presently Special Officer for the formation of Ranipet District, has been appointed as Collector, Ranipet District, Tamil Nadu.

Indian Bureaucracy Dot Com wishes  Smt S Divyadharshini the very best.… Read More

Dinesh Nanal IRS transferred to Nagpur GST & CX Zone

IRS(C&CE)

Shri Dinesh Nanal IRS (C&CE 2014) presently  Pune GST & CX Zone , has been transferred and posted as Nagpur GST & CX Zone.

Indian Bureaucracy Dot Com wishes Shri Dinesh Nanal the very best.… Read More

Dinendra Kashyap IPS appointed Senior Analyst- NTRO, New Delhi

Dinendra Kashyap IPS KL

Shri Dinendra Kashyap IPS (Kerala 1998) who is relieved on Central deputation to join as Senior Analyst- National Technical Research Organisation (NTRO), New Delhi.

Indian Bureaucracy Dot Com wishes Shri Dinendra Kashyap the very best.… Read More

Gut bacteria – key factor in childhood obesity

Obesity rising faster in rural areas than cities

Summary:Scientists suggest that gut bacteria and its interactions with immune cells and metabolic organs, including fat tissue, play a key role in childhood obesity.

New information published by scientists at Wake Forest Baptist Health suggests that gut bacteria and its interactions with immune cells and metabolic organs, including fat tissue, play … Read More

Manilal Teergar RAS transferred as SDO- Salumber (Udaipur), Rajasthan

RAS

Shri Manilal Teergar RAS (Rajasthan) presently Sub-Divisional Officer, Bagidora (Banswara), has been transferred and posted as Sub-Divisional Officer, Salumber (Udaipur).

Indian Bureaucracy Dot Com wishes Shri Manilal Teergar the very best.… Read More

Skill Development Minister announces IndiaSkills 2020

Skill India

PIB News Update:Dr. Mahendra Nath Pandey, Minister of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship has announced the opening of online registrations for IndiaSkills 2020, a biennial competition to scout talent from the country, offering them a platform to showcase their skills at national and international competitions.

IndiaSkills 2020 provides a platform… Read More

Mahesh Chand Maan RAS transferred as SDO- Kishangarh Bas (Alwar), Rajasthan

RAS

Shri Mahesh Chand Maan RAS (Rajasthan 2017) presently Sub-Divisional Officer, Bijoliya (Bhilwara), has been transferred and posted as Sub-Divisional Officer, Kishangarh Bas (Alwar).

Indian Bureaucracy Dot Com wishes Shri Mahesh Chand Maan the very best.… Read More

Sujata Subhadarshini Nayak OAS posted as Addl Sub-Collector- Cuttack, Odisha

Odisha Administrative Service (OAS)

Smt. Sujata Subhadarshini Nayak OAS Gr.A (SB) presently Additional Sub-Collector, Athagarh, Cuttack , has been transferred and posted as Addl. Sub-Collector, Cuttack.

Indian Bureaucracy Dot Com wishes Smt. Sujata Subhadarshini Nayak the very best.… Read More

Sharat Chander IIS appointed Director- PIB, New Delhi

Indian Information Services (IIS)

Shri Sharat Chander IIS presently under order of posting on reversion from PMO , has been appointed as Director, PIB, New Delhi.

Indian Bureaucracy Dot Com wishes Shri Sharat Chander the very best.… Read More