Sudhanshu Panday goes on deputation to Centre
Jammu, Nov 8: Sudhanshu Pandey, Principal Secretary to Government, Power Development Department, has proceeded on deputation with Union government.
As per an order issued by the GAD services of Panday was placed at the disposal of the Government of India for his appointment as Joint Secretary in the Department of Commerce, Government of India, New Delhi.
Subsequently, in view of the deputation, BR Sharma, Principal Secretary to Government, Home Department, has been assigned additional charge of the post of Administrative Secretary, Power Development Department in addition to his own duties.
Bipul Pathak, IAS, Commissioner/Secretary to Government, Information Technology, Science and Technology Department has been assigned the charge of the post of Administrative Secretary, Technical Education, Youth Services and Sports Department in addition to his own duties, till further orders.
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Lastupdate on : Thu, 8 Nov 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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