Seven IAS Trainees posted as Asst Secretary in the Ministry of Drinking Water & Sanitation, Jal Shakti

Seven IAS Trainees posted as Asst Secretary in the Ministry of Drinking Water & Sanitation

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Ministry of Drinking Water & Sanitation
Ministry of Drinking Water & Sanitation

IndianBureaucracy, New Delhi – Seven members from the 2022 Batch of IAS Officer Trainees have recently been assigned the role of Assistant Secretaries in the Ministry of Drinking Water & Sanitation at the central level.

After successfully completing their district training at the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration in Mussoorie, these Officer Trainees are designated as Assistant Secretaries across various Central Ministries and Departments of the Government of India.

The Trainee Officers are:

  1. Davy Goyal IAS (Punjab 2022), holds degree in B.Com Hons. and recently concluded his District training as Assistant Commissioner – SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab.
  2. Krishna Pal Rajpoot IAS (Punjab 2022), is a B.A. in Arts and recently concluded his District training as Assistant Commissioner – Ludhiana, Punjab.
  3. Rajesh Kumar Mourya IAS (Gujarat 2022), holds a degree in B.Tech and recently concluded his District training as Supernumerary Assistant Collector –  Tapi-Vyara, Gujrat.
  4. Sahithya M. Aladakatti IAS (Karnataka 2022), holds degree in B.E. and recently concluded her District training from Raichur, Karnataka.
  5. Samir Kumar Jena IAS (Odisha 2022), holds degree in B.Tech. and recently concluded his District training from Ganjam, Odisha.
  6. Shrestha Sree IAS (Tripura 2022), holds degree in M.A. and recently concluded her District training as Assistant Collector – Gomati District, Udaipur, Tripura.
  7. Vikas Ruhela IAS (West Bengal  2022), holds degree in B.E. and recently concluded his District training as Assistant Magistrate & Assistant Collector – Murshidabad, West Bengal.

Starting from May 20, 2024, till July 12, 2024, for a period of eight weeks, the Officer Trainees will be actively participating in the day-to-day operations in their assigned duties. This period marks a critical step in their careers, offering firsthand experience in governance and policy implementation at the highest levels of the Indian bureaucracy.

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