Friday, April 16, 2021
400 GTB

NNP Pardarshi

NNP LawOrder 11 04 2021

NNP Farmers

navan naroa 30

state mega job fair

Edu 20 March

Ayushman 11 04 2021

Markfed Sohna New

Verka Ice Cream

Innocent Hearts INNOKIDS Banner

Public Relations Addl Director Senu Duggal elevated to IAS cadre, 2 officers from state make it to Central List

- Advertisement -

Chandigarh, March 1, 2021 (Yes Punjab News)
Additional Director Public Relations Punjab Senu Duggal has been appointed to the prestigious Indian Administrative Services (IAS) cadre, with notification to the effect issued by the Union Ministry of Personnel earlier today.

Two officers from the state including Ms. Baldeep Kaur, who is presently posted as Deputy Excise and Taxation Commissioner in the state excise department.

Born on February 9, 1968 and with more than 28 years of service, Senu Duggal has earlier served as Director Public Relations Punjab from February 2016 to March 2017. She had joined the department in 1992 as Deputy Director, and was promoted as Joint Director in 2002.

Based on his impeccable service record and length of service, she was promoted to the rank of Additional Director in the PR department, the highest rank for a non-IAS officer and a significant position given the vital role the department plays in overall government policy implementation, feedback and corrective action.

Baldeep Kaur IASPertinently, state government this year had recommended ten names for elevation to the Central cadre. The selection procedure entailed comprehensive testing procedure culminating with a detailed UPSC board interview which was held in the last week of December in New Delhi.

The central notification issued earlier in the day read: ‘President of India is pleased to appoint following members of the non state Civil Service of Punjab to the Indian Administrative Service against the vacencies determined by GoI under regulation 3 of the said regulations in consultation with the state government for the Select List of 2019’.

Dr Senu Duggal Baldeep Kaur appointed to IAS

Punjab Transfers – One PCS officer transferred, directed to report to Dept of Personnel

- Advertisement -

Yes Punjab - TOP STORIES

Punjab News

Sikh News

Transfers, Postings, Promotions

- Advertisement -SGPC Wheat Appeal

Stay Connected



Ashutosh Rana tests positive for Covid-19

Mumbai, April 14, 2021- Actor Ashutosh Rana has tested positive for Covid-19. The 53-year-old actor shared the news on Facebook while wishing fans on the...

Jackie Shroff packs a punch, with health tip

Mumbai, April 14, 2021- Actor Jackie Shroff on Wednesday reiterated a basic maxim to underline the need to look after one's health. Jackie posted a picture...

Katrina Kaif has just herself for company

Mumbai, April 14, 2021- Bollywood star Katrina Kaif, who tested Covid positive earlier this month, is currently enjoying her own company, going by her social...

Rahul Roy tests Covid positive

Mumbai, April 14, 2021- Actor Rahul Roy on Wednesday took to social media to inform netizens that he has tested positive for Covid-19 along with...




Justice Ranjit Singh

Rare for Courts to interfere in the investigation of a crime: Justice Ranjit Singh on Kotkapura firing case

So far justice has eluded those who suffered at the hands of trigger happy police officials who had killed and injured various persons sitting...
Woman Working on Laptop

10 Best Side Business Ideas for Women in 2021

Are you desperately looking and searching for new ideas for side business for women? There are a lot of business ideas for women, and we...
Model Mosque

A model mosque – by Asad Mirza

The Muslim community should try to evolve the construction of the mosques, at a lesser cost besides fulfilling both functional and practical needs, and...


Health & Fitness

Social Isolation

Social isolation may reduce face recognition ability: Study

New York, April 15, 2021- A solitary lifestyle can have profound effects on the brains' abilities to recognise faces, finds a study on wasps with implications on humans facing social isolation due to the coronavirus pandemic. Paper wasps -- a social insect -- recognises the brightly coloured faces of other paper wasps. But, when reared in isolation, they tend to lose...

Gadgets & Tech

error: Content is protected !!