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Friday, September 15, 2017

26 IAS officers of 2000 batch empaneled as JS; “…we should promote our 1997-98 batches to Commissioner level”, appeal revenue officers

THE anguish displayed by Group “A” officers belonging to various Central Services against early promotion of IAS officers, is an old story; but have you noticed any Central service association appealing to the government regarding their promotion in the backdrop of empanelment of IAS — and that too all in a Twitter post? Here it is. IRS (Customs and Central Excise) Association in a Tweet on Friday morning pinged CBEC (Central Board of Excise and Customs) about the need to promote their 1997-98 batches officers to the rank of...
commissioners, in the backdrop of 2000 batch IAS getting empaneled as joint secretaries, adding that vacancies do exist. “@CBEC_India With 2000 batch of IAS empaneled as JS, we should promote our 1997-98 batches to Commissioner level since we have vacancies”, said the Tweet from the official account of Indian Revenue Service (GST and Customs) Association. The officers of this service administer customs, central excise and newly introduced Goods and Services Tax (GST).
In the tweet, the association alerted its parent board CBEC which comes under the department of revenue, ministry of finance. The CBEC is responsible for administering indirect taxes in India. 
Meanwhile, the government in an order issued on Wednesday announced the names of 26 IAS officers of 2000 batch as joint secretary--empaneled. The officers are:
1. Diwakar Nath Misra (Assam cadre)
2. S Suresh Kumar (Andhra Pradesh cadre)
3. Jitendra Srivastava (Bihar cadre)
4. N Saravana Kumar (Bihar cadre)
5. Devi Dayal Singh (Chhattisgarh cadre)
6. M Thennarasan (Gujarat cadre)
7. Anupam Anand (Gujarat cadre)
8. Milind Shivram Torawane (Gujarat cadre)
9. Pankaj Aggarwal (Haryana cadre)
10. A Shahjahan (Kerala cadre)
11. Pankaj Kumar Pandey (Karnataka cadre)
12. P Hemalatha (Karnataka cadre)
13. V Ponnuraj (Karnataka cadre)
14. Niranjan Kr Sudhansu (Maharashtra cadre)
15. Prem Singh (Manipur cadre)
16. Vivek Kumar Parwal (Madhya Pradesh cadre)
17. Sandeep Yadav (Madhya Pradesh cadre)
18. Sujata R Karthikeyan (Odisha cadre)
19. Kumar Rahul (Punjab cadre)
20. Manju Rajpal (Rajasthan cadre)
21. Debasish Prusty (Rajasthan cadre)
22. D Anandan (Sikkim cadre)
23. Deepak Agarwal (Uttar Pradesh cadre)'
24. Amit Gupta (Uttar Pradesh cadre)
25. Madhup Vyas (UT cadre)
26. Santanu Basu (West Bengal cadre)

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