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Wednesday, December 07, 2016

Know more about 5 police officers elevated as Additional DG; engineer-turned IPS to IPS-cum nuclear physicist

NC Asthana
THE government on Tuesday approved the appointment of following IPS officers presently working as Inspectors General to the posts of Additional Directors General against the existing vacancies. Here below are about their qualifications, additional degrees, cadre, batch etc. One of the officers NC Asthana, for example, is a nuclear physicist by training. More here below:
Rakesh Kumar Mishra
Batch: 1986
Cadre: Bihar
Current Post: IG, CRPF
New Post: ADG, CISF
Hailing from Uttar Pradesh, Mishra is a civil engineer-turned IPS. He is a product of Banaras Hindu University. He is 56-year-old. 

VS Kaumudi
Batch: 1986
Cadre: Andhra Pradesh
Current Post: IG, NIA
New Post: ADG, NIA
Kaumudi, 54, did MA in English from Panjab University before entering into IPS. In late 1990s, he worked with Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and was stationed in Delhi. 

Abhay
Batch: 1986
Cadre: Odisha
Current Post: IG, BPR and D
New Post: ADG, CRPF
A product of Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) where he studied international studies, Abhay then got into IPS in 1986. Between 2000 and 2004, he worked with CBI. He also had a foreign posting — in Nigeria.

Dr NC Asthana
Batch: 1986
Cadre: Kerala
Current Post: IG, CRPF
New Post: ADG, CRPF
A nuclear physicist by training, Asthana has a doctorate degree. Studied in Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, he later also completed another course in the University Of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. Asthana has authored 15 books.

Kamal Nayan Choubey
Batch: 1986
Cadre: Jharkhand
Current Post: IG, BSF
New Post: ADG, BSF
Hailing from Bihar, Choubey did his post-graduation in history before getting selected as an IPS. He has been heading the North Bengal frontiers of the BSF.

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