|Sanskriti School, New Delhi|
APPLICATIONS are being invited from retired deputy secretaries and under secretaries to Government of India for the post of Assistant Secretary to manage the day-to-day functioning of the Civil Service Society and Sanskriti school. The post will be on a contract basis.
The DoPT’s central secretariat division in a letter dated
July 6, 2011 asked all ministries and departments to give wide publicity to the vacancy among under secretaries and deputy secretaries who have just retired or are about to retire soon. The names may be sent to Ms Roopa Sinha, secretary, Civil Services Society, Dr S Radhakrishnan Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi -110021 along with their CVs. The last date is July 31, 2011
Senior food ministry officials asked to undertake tours
All food ministry officers of the rank of additional secretary and joint secretary have been directed to undertake tours of states within next two to three weeks to review the status of offtake of foodgrains allocated Public Distribution System (PDS) and safe storage of the procured foodgrains.
Gupta has stated that the government was fully aware of the gravity of the situation and immediate measures were being taken to improve overall offtake and storage of foodgrains. Dr BC
Who Will Go Where
a) TS Randhawa, additional secretary, will visit
Maharashtra, Gujarat and Goa
b) C Viswanath, joint secretary, will visit
Punjab, Haryana and Delhi
c) Girish Shankar, joint secretary will undertake tour of Jharkhand, Orissa,
Bihar and West Bengal
d) T Jacob, joint secretary, will visit Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala
e) Dr DK Bhalla, joint secretary, has been asked to undertake tour of
, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura Arunachal Pradesh, Assam
f) Naveen Prakash, joint secretary will visit Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan
g) Ms. Ravneet Kaur, joint secretary, will tour
, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand Jammu and Kashmir
Action and Appointments
The government has denied that NSG website has been hacked and some information on it has been stolen etc. The ministry of home affairs has denied any such incident as was reported in a section of media. “There is no indication that NSG website has been hacked. The website does not contain any sensitive data,” says a government release.