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ACC clears 19 Joint Secy level appointments

IRSME officer Sanjay Chadha and IAS officer Anita Praveen have been appointed as Joint Secretaries in the Department of Commerce.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi |
April 30, 2015 4:10:02 am

Following a clearance by the Appointments Committee of Cabinet, the government on Wednesday made 19 Joint Secretaries level appointments to several key ministries.

IRSME officer Sanjay Chadha and IAS officer Anita Praveen have been appointed as Joint Secretaries in the Department of Commerce.

Similarly, IAS officer Ashok Dongre has been appointed as Joint Secretary in Defence Ministry. IRS officer Mukesh Mittal and IAS officer Rakhee Gupta Bhandari have been appointed as Joint Secretaries in the Home Ministry.

Also, while IAS officer Niharika Barik has been appointed as Joint Secretary, Department of Food & Public Distribution, IPS officer Dinesh Singh Bist has been appointed as Joint Secretary in the Minority Affairs.

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IRSEE officer Sanjeev Sood has been appointed as Joint Secretary in the Department of Atomic Energy while IAS officer Maneesh Garg has been appointed as Joint Secretary, Department of School Education & Literacy. IAS officer Devesh Chaturvedi has been appointed as Joint Secretary in Department of Personnel & Training for a period.

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