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Maha govt transfers IAS officials

PTI | Mumbai | Updated: 14-06-2019 19:02 IST | Created: 14-06-2019 19:00 IST
Maha govt transfers IAS officials
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The Maharashtra government Friday transferred a few Indian Administrative Service officials. According to an order by the state's General Administration Department (GAD), 2001 batch IAS official Nidhi Pandey has been made the managing director of the Mumbai-based Shivshahi Redevelopment Project Limited, while 2003 batch official VN Kalam has been appointed as development commissioner (unorganised labour).

RV Nimbalkar, a 2007 batch IAS official, at present additional commissioner in the Pune Municipal Corporation, has been posted as chief executive officer, Slum Rehabilitation Development, Pune. CK Dange, a 2010 IAS official, has been made joint secretary, General Administration department, while Sushil Khodwekar, 2011 batch IAS, is now deputy secretary, School Education and Sports department.

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