Promotions in Forest deptt
Jammu, Dec 14: The Jammu and Kashmir Government has issued promotion order of seven senior Forest officers as Deputy Conservator of Forests till the clearance by the Departmental Promotion Committee.
According to the Government Order No. 486-FST of 2012, seven Assistant Conservators of forest have been promoted including Qiam-ud-din, Naridner Singh, Bashir Ahmed Wani, Maznoor Ahmed Monga, S.Surjeet Singh, Jarnail Singh (RBA) and Muhammad Maqbool Rather.
“Sanction is herby accorded to the replacement of seven Assistant Conservators of Forests as Deputy Conservator of Forests in their own pay and grade scale with charge allowance as admissible under rules for a period of six months or till such time they are cleared by the Departmental Promotion Committee,” the order reads.
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