February 26, 2021 9:19 am

: 12 IAS officers get new posting

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The government has transferred 12 officers which include 1991-batch IAS Valsa R Nair Singh who was posted as principal secretary and special enquiry officer at the General Administration Department. She has been moved to the Tourism and Cultural Affairs Department in the same capacity.

The state government has also cleared the of VP Phad as chief executive officer, Zilla Parishad, Osmanaba. He has recently been promoted as IAS. Phad is currently posted as additional divisional commissioner (Entertainment) Aurangabad Division.

Among the other state cadre officers elevated as IAS officers by the state government include KH Bagate who is transferred as an additional chief electoral officer, Maharashtra, Mumbai, SL Patil who has been posted as managing director, MAHANAND, DV Swami who is transferred as deputy commissioner (Revenue), Nashik Division.

While SR Chavan, after being elevated IAS officer has been transferred as project director, Jalswaraj Project, Navi Mumbai, KS Tawadehas been appointed as managing director, Shivsahi Punarvasan Project and KV Dwivedi is transferred as additional metropolitan commissioner, PMRDA, Pune.

The state government has also appointed SB Telang following his promotion as IAS officer as managing director, Maharashtra State Co-op Marketing Federation, Mumbai. Telang is at present posted as deputy commissioner (Revenue) Nagpur Division.

Among the others promoted as IAS officers also include ST Taksale who will be the new additional commissioner, Tribal Development, Nagpur, PK Puri who will serve as joint secretary, water supply and sanitation department, Mumbai, CD Joshi who is named the new commissioner, Maharashtra state common entrance exam cell, Mumbai.

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