IN A first of its kind,
’s personnel ministry has partnered with Asian Development Bank (ADB) and OECD to hold an Asia-Pacific meet on combating corruption. The meet being hosted by Government of India in India ’s Vigyan Bhawan on New Delhi September 28-29, 2011 will deliberate on building multi-disciplinary framework to combat corruption.
The meet, which will be attended by delegates from 28 countries, is expected to provide a forum on establishing and implementing in Asia-Pacific an anti-corruption framework including
i) International cooperation in multi-jurisdictional corruption investigations
ii) Measures to prevent and detect corruption in public procurement
iii) Corporate compliance, internal controls and ethics measures
iv) Strong citizen contributions to these frameworks
This conference is designed for policy makers, legislators, compliance practitioners, and civil society and private sector representatives seeking “holistic solutions to corruption in Asia-Pacific”. And if you are interested to participate, here are contact details:
Joint Secretary, DoPT
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Tel: 011-23094398 email: email@example.com
Shipping ministers get private secretaries
Shipping minister GK Vasan and his deputy Mukul Roy have got new private secretaries. a) Hitesh Kumar S Makwana, a 1995 batch Tamil Nadu cadre IAS, has been appointed as private secretary to shipping minister GK Vasan at the rank of a director.
b) Vandana Yadav, a 1998 batch
West Bengal cadre IAS, has been appointed as private secretary to the minister of state for shipping Mukul Roy. Ms Yadav will hold the rank of a deputy secretary of Government of India.
Action and Appointments
a) Sanjay Kumar, a 1985 batch Himachal Pradesh cadre IPS, presently working as Executive Director (Police) in Railway Board has been appointed as chief security commissioner (SCS), East Central Railway, Hajipur.
b) Subodh Kumar Jain, a 1983 batch Indian Defence Service of Engineers Service officer, has been appointed as a director in the ministry of home affairs.
c) Pravin Rawal, a 2000 batch IRS-IT officer, presently on compulsory wait in the ministry of information and broadcasting has been selected for appointment as deputy secretary in the department of financial services under the ministry of finance.