Government notifies superannuation dates of 16 KAS officers

Laiq Parvez, programme officer ICDS project Kulgam, shall retire on April 30, while Suman Bala, project officer self employment Jammu, on September 30.

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Jammu, Publish Date: Dec 7 2018 1:10AM | Updated Date: Dec 7 2018 1:10AM
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The Jammu and Kashmir government on Thursday notified that 16 J&K Administrative Service officers shall retire on attaining the age of superannuation in 2019.

A notification issued in this regard from the office of deputy secretary to government Reyaz Ahmad Wani said, “16 members of the Jammu and Kashmir Administrative Service shall retire on attaining the age of superannuation, in the afternoon of the date(s), as indicated against each during the calendar year, 2019.”

As per the order, Peerzada Hafizullah Shah, commissioner SMC, shall retire on April 30, 2019. Avtar Singh Chib, special secretary industries and commerce department, shall retire on September 30, 2019. Choudhary Rashid Azam Inqalabi, special secretary higher education department, shall retire on August 31, 2019, while Nasir Ahmad Naqash, deputy commissioner Baramulla, on October 31.  Manohar Lal Raina, relief and rehabilitation commissioner migrants, J&K, shall retire on March 3, while Abdul Hamid, additional district development commissioner Poonch, on February 28.

Laiq Parvez, programme officer ICDS project Kulgam, shall retire on April 30, while Suman Bala, project officer self employment Jammu, on September 30.

Angrez Singh, collector, project officer wage employment (ACD), shall retire on August 31, whereas Mohammad Shafi Dar, deputy secretary horticulture department, on February 28. Devinder Kumar, general manager DIC Samba, shall retire on April 30, while Abdul Rashid Mir, SDM Dooru, on January 31.

Rifat Naseem, collector land acquisition PHE, irrigation and flood control Kashmir, shall retire on October 31, while Mohammad Afzal, SDM Mendhar, on January 31. Razia Bano, deputy director trainings in the directorate of handloom department, shall retire on April 30, while Naseema Bano, personal officer associated hospitals Government Medical College Srinagar, on June 30.

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