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Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Centre relaxes norm to continue IAS Ishita Roy’s deputation tenure for one more year


THE Central government has relaxed its policy to extend the central deputation tenure of Ishita Roy, a 1991 batch Kerala cadre IAS officer and joint secretary in the department of higher education, for a period till June 30, 2019, “beyond the approved combined tenure of seven years up to 01.09.2018, in relaxation of the policy”. The DoPT on Monday issued the order saying that the Appointments Committee of the Cabinet (ACC) had approved the relaxation. Originally belonging to Bihar, Roy first came into the central deputation in September 2011 when she joined as…
member secretary of Bengaluru-based Central Silk Board, an agency that comes under the union ministry of textiles. Since March 2015, she has been in Delhi serving as a joint secretary in the department of higher education under the ministry of human resources development (HRD).  
Meanwhile, Gaigongdin Panmei, 1989 batch Indian Revenue Service (Customs and Central Excise) officer, has been appointed as Financial Adviser (joint secretary level) in the North Eastern Council, Shillong, a government body that comes under the ministry of development of North Eastern Region (DONER). The officer has been appointed for a period of five years. 
In another development, the ACC on Monday approved the proposal of the ministry of railways to appoint Mahesh Chand as non-official independent director in the board of Rail Vikash Nigam Ltd (RVNL). The appointment is for a period of three years. 
Also, Anil Kumar Pathak, presently an executive director of Airports Authority of India (AAI), has been appointed as Member (Planning) in AAI for a period of five years.

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