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Haryana Transfers: One IAS, two HCS officers transferred

Chandigarh, June 8, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

Haryana Government has issued transfer and posting orders of one IAS and two HCS officers with immediate effect.

Vijay Kumar Siddappa Bhavikatti, Additional Secretary, Finance Department has been posted as Additional Excise and Taxation Commissioner relieving Nishant Kumar Yadav of the said charge.

Among HCS officers, Pradhuman Singh, Sub Divisional Officer (Civil), Uchana and Zonal Administrator, HSAMB, Karnal has been posted as Deputy Secretary, Haryana Public Service Commission relieving Yogesh Kumar Mehta of the said charge. He will also be Zonal Administrator, HSAMB, Karnal.

Ms. Isha Kamboj, Sub Divisional Officer (Civil), Kaithal and Controller of Examinations, Haryana Staff Selection Commission goes as Secretary, Haryana Staff Selection Commission relieving Parth Gupta of the said charge.

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