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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Forget plump Washington posting, here is a vacancy in exotic land of Myanmar

Imagining Myanmar!
WISHING to have a career break in a mystery land? Here it is. If you are an Indian government officer at the rank of a deputy secretary with engineering background, you may apply for a post in the exotic land of Myanmar. But once selected, you have to take up the job immediately. The posting will be for a period of three years.
The vacant post is that of first secretary, development corporation wing, Embassy of India, Yangon. The selected office will work on deputation to external affairs ministry. The officers at the level of deputy secretary under the Central Staffing Scheme as well as officers of the Central Secretariat Service are eligible for the post.
The mandatory qualifications include possessing prior experience in the field of project management and implementation and willingness to take up the appointment immediately. The work will include formulating project proposals, overseeing ongoing projects and working with various agencies involved in implementation of projects, liaising with concerned agencies etc.
It is also desired that the applicant is a post graduate or graduate in engineering, science or related disciplines, and should be below 45 years. The last date of application is December 30, 2011.

Action and Appointments
a) Dhruv Vijai Singh, a 1976 batch Manipur-Tripura cadre IAS and water resources secretary, will hold additional charge for the post of labour secretary from November 28, 2011 to December 14, 2011 in absence on leave of Mrutunjay Saranagi, a 1977 batch Tamil Nadu cadre IAS.
b) Augustine Peter, a 1982 batch Indian Economic Service officer, has been appointed as director in Petroleum, Planning and Analysis cell under petroleum ministry.
c) Ajay Vara Prasad Adithela, a 1986 batch Himachal Pradesh cadre IAS, has been appointed as joint secretary in the department of chemicals and petrochemicals.

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