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Monday, October 08, 2018

Babu Marriage: Gargi Jain transferred to Gujarat cadre on grounds of marriage to Vishal Gupta; 4 railway officers empanelled as JS


Jain, Gupta (Photo Courtesy: Couple's personal wedding site) 
Gargi Jain, 2015 batch Karnataka cadre IAS officer, has been transferred from Karnataka cadre to Gujarat cadre on the ground of marriage to Vishal Gupta, 2012 batch Gujarat cadre IAS. The couple was married almost a year ago, at a venue in Rajasthan’s Alwar. “It all started over a cold coffee and a 3 minutes activa ride,” Ms Jain wrote in a website launched ahead of the wedding, narrating how the couple first met and got attracted to each other. “A phone call by me started with a doubt about urban SHGs ends in a 'Yes, I love you' message from him on my…
birthday. I always studied the law 'Opposites attract each other'. Ours is the best example”, she posted.
Ms Jain, 28, originally belongs to the Alwar district of Rajasthan. After her training in Mussoorie’s academy, LBSNAA, she first served as assistant secretary in the union ministry of road transport and highways for three months, between July and September 2017. In 2014 civil services examinations, Ms Jain secured the 45th rank.
Vishal Gupta, 29, also hails from Rajasthan. Before getting selected as an IAS in 2012, he did his engineering in computer science from Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, and worked in the private companies including Yahoo! His first major administrative assignment was the post of assistant collector of Amreli, located in the Saurashtra region of Gujarat. 
Gupta has a private passion on dramatics, mainly in play production. 
In an unrelated development, four railway officers — all belonging to Indian Railway Service of Signal Engineers (IRSSE) -- have been empanelled as union joint secretary. The officers are:
a) Saurab Bandopadhyaya
b) Murari Lal Makwana
c) Piyush Mathur
d) Deepak Arora
All those officers are now eligible to hold the post of joint secretary or joint secretary-equivalent at the Centre.

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