Tag Archives: Fisheries Department

Ajitabh Sharma IAS given addl charge as Chairman- Board of Revenue & Chairman- Rajasthan Tax Board

AJITABH SHARMA IAS

Shri Ajitabh Sharma IAS (Rajasthan 1996) presently  Secretary to Government, Revenue, Colonisation, Sainik Kalyan Department, Rajasthan, Jaipur, has been given additional charge as Chairman, Board of Revenue, Ajmer and Chairman, Rajasthan Tax Board, Ajmer.

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Sanjay Joon IAS given addl charge as Special Secretary- Fisheries Dept, Haryana

Sanjay Joon IAS

Shri Sanjay Joon IAS (Haryana 2003) presently Managing Director, Haryana Medical Services Corporation. Ltd.has been given additional charge as Special Secretary to Government, Haryana, Fisheries Department.

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Manmeet Kaur Nanda IAS transferred as Secretary- Fisheries Dept, WB

Manmeet Kaur Nanda IAS

Ms Manmeet Kaur Nanda IAS (West Bengal 2000) presently Secretary in Health & Family Welfare Department, has been transferred and posted as Secretary in Fisheries Department, West Bengal.

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Sumita Misra appointed Principal Secretary | Social Justice & Empowerment, Haryana

Sumita Misra IAS

In an Indian Bureaucracy appointment news update, Ms Sumita Misra IAS(Haryana 1990) presently Principal Secretary to Haryana Govt, Cultural Affairs, Archives, Archaeology & Museum and Technical Education Department has been appointed Principal Secretary , Social Justice & Empowerment Department and given additional charge as Principal … Read More

S K Gulati gets additional charge as CMD | Haryana Minerals Ltd

Sunil Kumar Gulati IAS

Shri Sunil Kumar Gulati IAS(Haryana 1984) presently Additional Chief Secretary to Govt of Haryana, Fisheries Department has been given additional charge as CMD, Haryana Minerals ltd, New Delhi.

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