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Centre effects mid-level bureaucratic rejig, TP Ghosh is new CMD of SPMCIL

Other postings include IAS officer Arvind Shrivastava as joint secretary in department of economic affairs and IRS officer Shefali Juneja as JS in ministry of civil aviation.

india Updated: Apr 25, 2018 16:52 IST
Press Trust of India, New Delhi
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Senior bureaucrat Tripti Patra Ghosh has been appointed CMD of state-owned SPMCIL, which produces banknotes and coins, for five years.(Picture for representation)

Senior bureaucrat Tripti Patra Ghosh has been appointed chief managing editor (CMD) of state-owned Security Printing and Minting Corporation of India Ltd (SPMCIL), which produces banknotes and coins among others, as part of a mid-level bureaucratic reshuffle by the Centre.

Ghosh, a 1994-batch officer of the Indian Cost Accounts Service (ICAS), has been appointed to the post for a tenure of five years, according to an order issued by the ministry of personnel.

SPMCIL is under the administrative control of the finance ministry.

IAS officer Arvind Shrivastava has been appointed joint secretary (JS) in the department of economic affairs for five years, it said.

Shefali Juneja will be JS in the ministry of civil aviation. Juneja, an Indian Revenue Service (Income Tax cadre) officer, is at present a director in the same ministry.

Forest service officer Pravin Laxminarayan Agrawal has been appointed JS in the department of heavy industry in place of Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta, who has been sent back to his cadre states of Assam-Meghalaya before completion of his tenure, the order said.

IRS officer Nirupama Kotru has been named JS in the ministry of culture.

Prashanth Kumar Balsavar will be managing director and chief executive officer of India International Convention and Exhibition Centre Limited under the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion.

Balsavar, a 1991-batch officer of Indian Railway Traffic Service, has been appointed to the post for a tenure of five years, it said.

First Published: Apr 25, 2018 16:52 IST