Monday, March 14, 2011

DoPT nominates 26 officers for urban management programme in Singapore

INDIAN government’s Department of Personnel and Training, or DoPT, has nominated 26 officers to attend a programme on “Urban Management and Public Service Delivery” at the Lee Kuan Yew School in Singapore from March 17 to 25, 2011.
Established in 2004, the LKY School of Public Policy educates the next generation of Asian policymakers and leaders. Based in Singapore, a neutral observation ground to witness the historic rise of Asia, the LKY School is rated very high in training public servants. The selected officers are from various states including Uttarakhand, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Delhi and Maharashtra to name a few. (Photo Courtesy: LKY School)

List of selected officers
RK Sudhansu (vice chairman, MDDA, Dehradun, Government of Uttarakhand), Hari Chand Semwal (secretary, Lake Development Authority, Nainital, Uttarakhand), Ms Anu George (deputy commissioner, Corporation of Chennai), Ashutosh Joshi (director, ministry of urban development), Dr Darez Ahamed (deputy commissioner, works, Corporation of Chennai), Ms Smita Pandey (special secretary, Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority), VK Jha (chief engineer, civil, NDMC), Manoj Sethi (director, finance, NDMC), Dr Arun Kumar Tripathi (scientist, ministry of new and renewable energy), SK Gupta (chief engineer, planning, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation), Sasanka Sarmah (deputy chief personnel officer, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation), Ms Ashwini Satish Bhide (joint commissioner, MMRDA, Government of Maharashtra), Aseem Kumar Gupta (additional municipal commissioner, Greater Mumbai), Bimal Kumar (under secretary, ministry of Development of North East Region), Gitte Kirankumar Dinkarrao (DM and Collector, Dhalai district, Tripura), K Ilambarithi (zonal commissioner, Greater Hyderabad Municipal Commissioner), K Manicka Raj (commissioner, municipal corporation, Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh), Bhupinder Singh (senior joint commissioner, ministry of water resources), Ms Nidhi Sharma, (deputy director, LBSNAA), SE Rizvi (under secretary, department of telecom), Ms Nirmala Dev (under secretary, department of telecom), Rajeev Gangal (director, department of information and technology), Rakesh Ranjan (director, urban development, Planning Commission), BB Mohapatra (director, ministry of road transport and highways), Sumit Kumar (executive engineer, ministry of road transport and highways). 

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