Govt reshuffles 231 KAS officers

The government affected postings of 2011 batch KAS officers of, who are presently deployed in different departments and officers in the Department of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj.

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Jammu, Publish Date: Feb 21 2018 1:29AM | Updated Date: Feb 21 2018 1:29AM
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Jammu and Kashmir government on Tuesday ordered major reshuffle in middle rung bureaucracy and placed 231 Junior Scale Kashmir Administrative Services officers of 2011 batch and 2013 batch at the disposal of the different administrative departments in three phases.

The government affected postings of 2011 batch KAS officers of, who are presently deployed in different departments and officers in the Department of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj.

The officers have been placed at the disposal of the administrative departments in three phases, officers figuring in phase-I have been asked to join the new departments immediately. However, the officers figuring in Phase-II and Phase III shall move exactly after a gap of one and two months, respectively, from the date of issuance of this order. Remaining officers would continue in the departments where they are presently deployed, for a period of six months or till further orders.

In phase I, Gias uI Haq (OM-RBA), Nissar Rasool, Manisha Koul, Sahil Jandyal, Akshay Rajan, Riaz Ahmed, Parvaiz Ahmad Naik (OM-RBA), Neha Sharma, Ajay Bharti (OSC), Sarib Sahran, Tinna Mahajan and Muhammad Iqbal Malik adjusted in Revenue Department. Malik Suhail Ahmed, Chand Singh (RBA), Manisha, Naseer Ahmed, Muhammad Rafiq and Reetika Arora has been shifted to General Administration Department (Secretariat), Rajesh Kumar (SC), Muhammad Usman Khan, Shuaib Muhammad Naikoo, Sheeba Inayat, Abdul Qayoom, Abid Iqbal Malik, Israr Ahmed, Din Muhammad, Parvinder Kour, Manu Hansa, Nasir Mahmood Khan, Sunaina Saini, Zakir Hussain, Afroza Bano, Phulail Singh, Mukhlis Ali, Mumtaz Ahmad Pir, Piyush Dhotra, Vikas Sharma, Rajinder Singh, Manoj Kumar, Sidharath Dhiman, Nazia Hassan shifted to Rural Development Department. 

Hilal Ahmed Mir, Shabir Ahmed Wani, Muhammad Sayeed, Nazia Chowdhary), Suhail-ul-Islam and Sartaj Hussain were shifted from  CAPD department. Ajaz Ahmad Bhat, Amir Hussain, Javed Iqbal, Atul Dutt Sharma, Shabir Ahmad Hakak, Preeti Sharma and Syed Altaf Hussain Musvi were shifted to Finance Department. Najwan Nazki, Nasir Ahmed Butt, Mukhter Ahmed and Shurjeel Ali Naiku FCS&CA, Tariq Parveaz, Umesh Shan (RBA), Pulkit Dutta, Wahid-ul-Rehman, Showkat Ahmad Shoketh, Shaid Iqbal Muhammad Jehangir and Tanveer Ahmed were shifted to Social Welfare Department.

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