8 civil, 43 police officers shifted
17 Polytechnics Approved, Land Transferred For CUK
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Srinagar, June 23: The state cabinet which met here this evening under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah ordered transfer and posting of more than 50 officers including 8 in civil and 43 in police administration, besides affecting changes of Chief Engineers in R&B Department.
GA Peer, Excise Commissioner, J&K (holding additional charge of Commissioner, Commercial Taxes, J&K) has been transferred and posted as Commissioner /Secretary to Government, Health and Medical Education Department, relieving Suresh Kumar, Principal Secretary to Government, Housing and Urban Development Department of the additional charge.
Sheikh Ejaz Iqbal, Commissioner /Secretary to Government, Revenue Department is transferred and posted as Commissioner /Secretary to Government, ARI & Trainings Department relieving Jeet Lal Gupta, Commissioner /Secretary to Government, Social Welfare Department of the additional charge.
Kachoo Isfandyar Khan, Director, Industries and Commerce, Kashmir is transferred and posted as Commissioner /Secretary to Government, Revenue Department.
Gazzanfar Hussain, Secretary in the Agriculture Production Department is transferred and posted as Commissioner, Commercial Taxes relieving Excise Commissioner, J&K of the additional charge.
Vineeta Gupta, Additional Commissioner, Commercial Taxes (Administration), Jammu is transferred and posted as Excise Commissioner, J&K.
Mehraj-ud-Din Kenu, Director, Handicrafts, J&K is transferred and posted as Director, Industries and Commerce, Kashmir.
Munshi Muzaffar Hussain, Additional District Development Commissioner, Budgam is transferred and posted as Director, Handicrafts, J&K.
Kiran Wattal, Joint Commissioner (Works), Jammu Municipal Corporation is transferred and posted as Secretary, J&K Sports Council on deputation basis relieving, Director, Youth Services and Sports of the additional charge of the post. During his posting in the Sports Council, Wattal shall retain his lien in his parent organization.
The cabinet also approved promotion of Halima Dijoo, Under Secretary to Government, Ladakh Affairs Department to the pay scale of PB-3 Rs 15600-29100 with grade pay of Rs 6600.
TRANSFERS OF CHIEF ENGINEERS
The state cabinet ordered transfers of several Chief Engineers in R&B department.
As per orders, DL Sharma, Chief Engineer R&B, Jammu is transferred and posted as Chief Engineer, PMGSY, Jammu.
Tehseen Mustafa, Managing Director, JKPCC is recalled and posted as Chief Engineer, R&B, Jammu vice DL Sharma.
MM Gupta, Director ERA is recalled and deputed to J&K PCC as MD vice Tehseen Mustafa.
17 POLYTECHNICS APPROVED
The cabinet decided establishment of Polytechnic institutes in the districts of Baramulla, Islamabad (Anantnag), Shopian, Budgam, Bandipora, Ganderbal, Kupwara, Kulgam, Pulwama, Doda, Reasi, Kathua, Udhampur, Poonch, Kishtwar, Samba and Ramban and creation of 396 posts of different categories for these polytechnics, including Polytechnic, Rajouri.
It was further decided that the construction for 17 Polytechnic institutes will be undertaken by JKPCC. The Department of Technical Education will ensure that the specifications and type designs are suitably adjusted so as to keep the cost within Rs 13 crores per Polytechnic.
PURCHASE OF CEMENT
The cabinet also approved the proposal that all state government departments should purchase their requirement of cement in the Kashmir valley from J&K Cements Ltd on first preference and will go to the open market only if J&K Cements Limited is unable to supply the requisite quantity and non-availability certificate is obtained by the purchasing department. J&K Cements Ltd will also ensure that the supply of cement is of standard quality, the cabinet ordered.
LAND TRANSFER FOR CU KASHMIR
The cabinet approved transfer and allotment of land for several projects in the state including the Central University of Kashmir.
It approved transfer of state/Kahcharai land measuring 438 Kanals and 18 Marlas, situated in village Kurhama of Tehsil Lar, District Ganderbal, in favour of the J&K Higher Education Department, for construction/establishment of Central University Kashmir.
The cabinet also approved transfer of state land measuring 31 Kanals and 18 Marlas, under Khasra No 289 min, 290, 291 and 293, situated in village Bhaore, Tehsil & District Jammu in favour of the J&K Technical Education Department for construction of a Sports Stadium.
It was however, directed that two Sub-Committees (comprising representatives of JDA/SDA and Revenue Department) may be constituted respectively under the chairmanship of Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir and Divisional Commissioner, Jammu to suggest appropriate measures for management of state lands in Srinagar and Jammu Urban areas. An Apex Committee under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary, which will include the Principal Secretary, Housing and Urban Development and Commissioner/Secretary, Revenue, shall oversee the action taken by the Sub Committees referred to above, and make appropriate recommendations to the Government.
The cabinet also approved the cases of use of forest land for non forestry purposes. It also approved allotment of land belonging to the J&K Industries (JKI) Limited to the Finance Department for setting up the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.
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