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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Govt allows inter cadre deputation for 5 officers; ACC approves inter cadre transfer to one IFoS


FIVE officers — one IAS, two belonging to IPS and Indian Forest Service (IFoS) each — have been allowed inter-cadre deputation, with one more officer, an IFoS, being given inter-cadre transfer. The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet (ACC), the highest decision-making body in regards to appointments, deputation and transfers, took those decisions on Friday last week. Here below are the names of the six officers, their services and their new cadres:
1. The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has approved the proposal of ministry of
environment, forest and climate change for inter cadre transfer of N Luikham, 2003 batch Madhya Pradesh cadre Indian Forest Service (IFoS) from Madhya Pradesh cadre to Assam Meghalaya cadre (Meghalaya segment) on personal grounds.
2 and 3. Two officers belonging to Indian Forest Service (IFoS) — Anoop KR of Rajasthan cadre (2005 batch) and Ms Khyati Mathur, also of Rajasthan cadre (2005 batch), have been allowed inter-cadre deputation from Rajasthan cadre to Kerala cadre on personal grounds. The deputation will be for a period of 3 years. 
4. The government has allowed inter cadre deputation of S Syamsunder, a 2005 batch Andhra Pradesh cadre IPS from Andhra Pradesh cadre to Kerala cadre for an initial period of three years on the grounds of personal hardship.
5. The government has also given its nod for inter cadre deputation of Abhinav Kumar, 2009 batch Tamil Nadu cadre IPS, from Tamil Nadu cadre to Bihar cadre for an initial period of three years on personal grounds.
6. The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has approved the proposal of DoPT (AIS Division) for inter cadre deputation of Balaji Digambar Manjule, 2009 batch Andhra Pradesh cadre lAS, from Andhra Pradesh cadre to Maharashtra cadre for a period of three years on personal grounds.

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