Geelani is Conservator Central; Javed Conservator North

Reshuffle in Forest department

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar, Apr 24: The government has ordered several transfers and postings in the Forest Department.
Among the prominent officers transferred, Farooq Ahmad Geelani, IFS JK 1995, Conservator of Forests, North Circle is transferred and posted as Conservator of Forests, Central Circle vice Javed Ahmad Panjoo.
Javed Ahmad Panjoo, IFS (JK:1995), Conservator of Forests, Central Circle is transferred and posted as Conservator of Forests, South Circle vice Abdul Gani Hajam.
Abdul Gani Hajam, (IFS JK 1995), Conservator of Forests, South Circle is transferred and posted as Joint Director, IWDP against an available vacancy.
Abdul Rashid Hazari, IFS (JK: 1997), DCF, In-charge Conservator of Forests (Vigilance) is deputed to the State Forest Corporation. Managing Director SFC will utilize his services in the Corporation on a post of his status.
Mian Javed, IFS (JK:1999), Joint Director, Forest Protection Force, Kashmir is transferred and posted as In-charge Conservator of Forests, North Circle vice Farooq Ahmad Geelani.
Vivek Verma IFS, presently with DFO Anantnag is transferred and posted as DFO Leh against an available vacancy. He shall be relieved after he completes his tenure at Anantnag.
Harmohinder Singh, DCF, DFO Poonch, is transferred and posted as CEO IWDP Ahhnoor against an available post.
Qaim-ud-din, l/c DCF, Deputy Director, FPF HO is transferred and posted as DFO Seed Division, Jammu.
Muhammad Maqbool Rather, I/c DCF, Forest Division Bandipora is transferred and posted in the Wullar Conservation and Management Authority (WUCMA). The Chief Executive Officer, WUCMA, will utilize his services as per the requirements of the Authority.
Ram Rattan Sharma, l/c DCF, Deputy Director, Forest Protection Force, Poonch, is transferred and posted as l/c DFO Poonch vice Harmohinder Singh.
Intesar Suhail, Asstt. Wildlife Warden, Shopian under orders of transfer as Asstt. Wildlife Warden, Wildlife Headquarters is posted as Asstt. Wildlife Warden, Leh vice Abdul Rouf.
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Bhat, General Manager, SFC, presently PO Thein Dam-ll is repatriated to his parent service/organization.
Som Dutt Khajuria, Range Officer Grade-I, l/c DFO Social Forestry, Jammu is transferred and posted as l/c DFO Research, Jammu vice Sanjay Kumar Gupta.
Rajesh Abrol, Range Officer Grade-I, l/c DFO MFP, Jammu is transferred and posted as l/c DFO in the office of PCCF.
Zubair Ahmad, Range Officer Grade-I, presently Principal, KFT Training School Chitternar Bandipora is transferred and posted as l/c DFO Forest Division Bandipora vice Muhammad Maqbool Rather.
Bhagwan Singh Salathia, Range Officer Grade-I, presently l/c DFO Eco Task Force is transferred and posted as l/c Deputy Director, FPF, Billawar vice Amrik Singh.
Sanjay Kumar Gupta, Range Officer Grade-I, presently l/c DFO Research, Jammu is transferred and posted as l/c DFO Social Forestry/ Kathua.
Iffat Ara Range Officer Grade-I, presently I/c Deputy Director, Forest Protection Force, Kishtwar is transferred and posted as Principal, Forest Training School, Miran Sahib vice Bansi Lai Raina.
Muhammad Rafi Khan, Range Officer Grade-I, presently l/c DFO Mahore, is transferred and posted as l/c DFO CAMPA in the office of PCCF.
Muhammad Rashid Manhas, Range Officer Grade-I, presently l/c Deputy Director, FPF HQ Jammu is transferred and posted as l/c District Soil Conservation Officer (DSCO), Poonch vice Anwar Aftab.
Ranjeev Sharma, Range Officer Grade-I, l/c TPO Jammu is transferred and posted as l/c Asstt. Wildlife Warden, Rajouri.
Ishtiaq Ahmad Tanga, Range Officer Grade-I, l/c TPO Srinagar is transferred and posted as l/c DFO Social Forestry, Srinagar against an available vacancy.
Sunil Singh, Range Officer Grade-I, presently in the office of PCCF is transferred and posted as l/c DFO Kishtwar against an available vacancy.
Muhammad Ayub Khan, l/c Range Officer Grade-I (DDR), presently working as l/c DFO (M&E) Social Forestry is transferred and posted as l/c DFO Social Forestry, Ramban against an available vacancy.
Bansi Lai Raina, l/c Range Officer Grade-I (DDR), presently Principal Training School, Miran Sahib, is transferred and posted as l/c Deputy Director, FPF, Kishtwar vice Iffat Ara.
Farooq Iqbal, l/c Range Officer Grade-I (DDR), presently l/c DFO Working Plan, Ramnagar is transferred and posted as l/c DFO Mahore vice Muhammad Rafi Khan.
Amrik Singh, l/c Range Officer Grade-I (DDR), presently l/c Deputy Director, FPF Billawar is transferred and posted as l/c DFO MFP, Jammu Shri Rakesh Abrol.
Iqbal Zahoor, l/c Range Officer Grade-I (DDR) P.C Depot TT Range Urban Forestry Division, Srinagar is transferred and posted as l/c TPO Srinagar vice Ishtiyaq Ahmad Tanga.
Jagdish Kumar, l/c Range Officer Grade-I (DDR) MFP Project is transferred and posted as l/c Deputy Director, FPF, Jammu vice Muhammad Rashid Manhas.
Muhammad Latief Bhat, l/c Range Officer Grade-I (DDR) Special Range Tangmarg, is transferred and posted as l/c DFO.
Dharminder Sharma, l/c Range Officer Grade-I (DDR) Seed Division, Jammu is transferred and posted as l/c Deputy Director, FPF, Poonch vice Ram Rattan.
Khursheed Maqbool, l/c Range Officer Grade-I (DDR) Doabgah Range is transferred and posted as l/c DFO Statistics Division Srinagar.
Anil Sharma, l/c Range Officer Grade-I (DDR), Samba is transferred and posted as l/c DFO Eco Task Force vice Bhagwan Singh Salathia.
Muhammad Ramzan Mir, l/c Range Officer Grade-I (DDR), presently working as l/c Deputy Director, FPF, Lidder, shall hold the additional charge of the post of Deputy Director, FPF Kulgam till further orders.
Anwar Aftab Shah, l/c Range Officer Grade-I (DDR), presently l/c DSCO Poonch is transferred and posted as l/c DFO Social Forestry, Jammu vice Som Dutt Khajuria.
Jalib Riyaz Banday, Divisional Manager, SFC Sales North is transferred and posted as l/c DFO Research Srinagar.
Mashood Ahmad, Assistant Soil Conservation Officer, presently l/c Project Officer Baghlihar is transferred and posted as Project Officer National Highway Project Batote relieving DFO Doda of the additional charge of the post. DFO Batote shall hold the additional charge of the post of PO Baghlihar till further orders.
P.K. Kudyar, Soil Conservation Assistant, presently l/c DSCO Doda is transferred and posted in the Directorate Soil Conservation against the vacancy caused due to retirement of R. K. Babaya.
Abdul Rouf, Range Officer, presently l/c Asstt Wildlife Warden, Leh will report to the Regional Wildlife Warden, Leh till further orders.
Irshad Ahmad, Agriculture Extension Officer, presently l/c DSCO Pulwama is transferred and posted as l/c DSCO Doda against an available vacancy.

Lastupdate on : Wed, 24 Apr 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Wed, 24 Apr 2013 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Thu, 25 Apr 2013 00:00:00 IST




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