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Friday, September 07, 2018

NHAI Member, WAPCOS Chairman get two-year extension

RK Pandey, Member, NHAI

THE government has reappointed RK Pandey, Member (projects) of National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), for two more years with effect from November 11, 2018. Belonging to Central Engineering Service cadre, he had earlier served as chief engineer in the…
ministry of road transport and highways. Back in 1986, he joined the ministry as an assistant executive engineer. Belonging to Madhya Pradesh, Pandey did his schooling from the government school locate in the state’s Lakhnadon town. He graduated from Maulana Azad College of Technology, Bhopal.
Meanwhile, chairman and managing director (CMD) of WAPCOS, RK Gupta, has been re-employed in the same position for two more years after his retirement on October 1, 2018. According to an information note issued on Thursday, Gupta’s new terms and conditions will be finalised by the ministry of water resources, river development and Ganga rejuvenation in consultation with the department of public enterprises (DPE).
In another development, Ms Anshula Kant, deputy managing director of State Bank of India, has been appointed as SBI’s managing director (MD). She will hold the post till she retires on September 30, 2020. 
Also, two 1998 batch Indian Forest Service officers have been elevated to the post of ambassador. First, Alok Amitabh Dimri, 1998 batch IFS, presently joint secretary in the ministry of external affairs (MEA), has been appointed as the next ambassador of India to Kyrgyz. Then, B Vanlalvawna, also a 1998 batch IFS, presently serving as consul general in Sydney, has been appointed as the next ambassador of India to Azerbaijan.

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