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Friday, June 01, 2018

IPS Nishant Kumar Tiwary appointed in UIDAI; IRS Customs officer finds berth in steel ministry


ON Thursday, the government approved the appointment of a customs officer in the ministry of steel, and then an Indian Police Service officer in UIDAI, and also extended the tenure of an Indian Postal Service officer in the department of chemicals and petrochemicals. Girraj Prasad Meena, 2004 batch Indian Revenue Service (Customs and Central Excise) officer, was appointed as…
deputy secretary in the ministry of steel. His appointment is for a period of four years or until further order.
Meanwhile, Nishant Kumar Tiwary, a 2005 batch Bihar cadre Indian Police Service officer, has been appointed as an Assistant Director General (deputy secretary level) in the Unique Identification Authority of India under the ministry of electronics and information and technology. UIDAI is the government agency that issues unique identity number, also called Aadhaar number. According to records maintained by the ministry of home affairs (MHA), the cadre controlling authority for IPS officers, this 39-year-old officer had earlier served as Superintendent of Police (SP) in Bihar’s districts of Nawada, Aurangabad, Bettiah, Nalanda, Gaya and Purnea. An engineer before getting selected as IPS, Tiwary in 2007 also completed his masters in police management from Hyderabad-based Osmania University. 
In another development, the tenure of 1998 batch Indian Postal Service (IPoS) officer who is a director in the department of chemicals and petrochemicals, has been extended for a period of three months up to September 4, 2018. 

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