MP will promote 29 public service employees of IAS and IPS



Bhopal: A total of 29 officers, including 18 from the state administrative service and 11 from the state police service, are due for promotion in Madhya Pradesh this year (promotion to IAS and IPS officers). Yes, and a meeting of the Department’s Promotion Committee (DPC) was held last Monday under the chairmanship of Pradeep Kumar Joshi, chairman of the Public Trade Union Services Commission (UPSC). Let me tell you all that the names of 54 state administrative service agents and 33 state police service agents were reviewed at this meeting. Of these, the Committee considered that Madhya Pradesh was eligible, according to service record, for the attribution of IAS-IPS awards to 29 officers (18 state administrative service posts and 11 civil servant posts). state police department).

It was decided to issue orders for the promotion of selected officers at this week’s meeting. Let me tell you all that Chief Secretary Iqbal Singh Bains, Joint Union Secretary, IPC Supplementary Chief Secretary Kesari and Principal Secretary Deepti Gaur Mukherjee were present at the DPC. The performance of these officers was observed during the same period. The officers of the 1997 batch will be named ADG from the IDs. At the same time, it was reported that the DPC will be held on December 21. The names of Umesh Joga, D Srinivas Verma and Solomon S Minz will be taken into account with Bhopal Police Commissioner Makarand Deuskar. Let me tell you that 2000 police department batch officers will be IG from DIG which will consider the names of Gaurav Rajput, Sanjay Kumar and Sanjay Tiwari as well as the additional police commissioner, Bhopal Irshad Wali.

On the other hand, the DPC of the IAS of the State Administrative Service was attended by Deepti Goud Mukherjee, Principal Secretary, Department of General Administration and Senior IAS of the State. Additional Chief Home Secretary Rajesh Rajora and DGP Vivek Johri joined the IPS committee from the State Police Department. On the other hand, Interior Minister Narottam Mishra gave the necessary advice to the officers and police present and said: “Like Gwalior, Bhopal also asked motorists and handcart drivers to be notified and numbered. ”

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