Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Applications invited from JS level officers to take up assignment in Canada

A Flight to Montreal
FOR joint secretary level officers, here is a chance to board a flight to Canada, quite literally. The government is proposing to fill the post of Representative of India in Council of International Civil Aviation Organization at the level of a joint secretary. The selected candidate will be based out of Montreal in Canada.
If a joint secretary level officer has completed at least two years under Central Staffing Scheme and is below 54 years, he or she will be eligible for the post, according to a DoPT circular dated March 19, 2012. The other eligibility criteria include two years of experience in the field of civil aviation. If a joint secretary level officer is already on a foreign assignment, he or she will not be eligible to take up this assignment. The post will be vacant on July 22, 2012.
The desired qualifications include experiences in dealing with UN bodies and other multilateral organizations.

Who Gain in UP’s Bureaucratic Rejig
Anurag Yadav: This 2000 batch IAS will now take over as the new DM of Lucknow. He was earlier DM in Jaunpur. He is currently working as additional commissioner in rural development department.
MP Agarwal: This 1997 batch IAS who was serving as Faizabad DM has become new Kanpur DM. Agarwal who is armed with a MA degree in governance from an UK university is replacing Hari Om.
Santosh Kumar Yadav: This 1995 batch IAS will be new Commissioner, Meerut.
As many as 30 IAS officers, including 11 DMs, were transferred in a major bureaucratic rejig undertaken by new UP government on Sunday. Mohindar Singh, chairperson of NOIDA and Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority was also transferred.

1 comment:

  1. what salaries do these babus draw, when on foreign assignments, especially in the UN.