Redistribution of work among top Greater Noida authority officials
With two new officials joining, there has been a redistribution of work among top officers in the Greater Noida authority on Thursday.Updated: Oct 28, 2016 13:00 IST
With two new officials joining, there has been a redistribution of work among top officers in the Greater Noida authority on Thursday.
The distribution of work was necessitated, as two new additional chief executive officers, Vimal Kumar Sharma and Satish Kumar, joined the authority in the last few days.
The CEOs in Greater Noida and Noida have the mandate to assign work to their juniors to serve the public better.
“I have distributed work among four additional chief executive officers so that execution of public work can be smooth and we can handle work in a systematic way. We will now be able to resolve public problems in a better way,” said CEO Greater Noida Authority Deepak Aggarwal.
Accordingly, ACEO Vimal Kumar Sharma will head departments such as projects, personnel wing, marketing, institutional, law, finance, urban development, group housing, information technology and committees that communicate with assembly and parliament.
Janardhan will head planning, horticulture, builders, land records and farmers allotment including other related works.
ACEO Satish Kumar will head industry, village development, encroachment, board meeting and other additional works related with these departments.
ACEO Krishan Kumar will head projects, sports committee, residential property, commercial, health, asset, system and right to information act queries, etc.
These four ACEOs officials will be assisted by managers and senior executive rank officials in their respective departments.
Yogendra Sinha, manager, will head personnel administration and marketing, Arvind Mohan, manager, will head builders, Sneh Lata, manager, will head commercial property and Gaurav Bansal, manager, will be in-charge of farmer Abadi department. Alok Nath, senior executive, will head recreational department.
First Published: Oct 28, 2016 13:00 IST