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Odisha government effected a reshuffle at the OAS officers level.

Bhubaneswar:22/9/20: The Odisha government today effected a reshuffle at the OAS officers level. Kishore Chandra Das, ex-Registrar of Khallikote cluster University, Berhampur was posted as Joint Secretary to the Commerce & Transport Department.Purandar Dharua, Joint secretary to F&ARD Department holding additional charge as Joint Secretary to S&ME Department is allowed to continue as Joint Secretary to the F&ARD Department. The State government canceled his posting as Joint Secretary to the S&ME department. Subhra Mohanty, Joint Secretary to Tourism Department was posted as Joint Secretary to Co-operation Department.Sanghamitra Satapathy, Deputy Director, Culture, was transferred and posted as Joint CEO, O/o CEO, Odisha, Bhubaneswar. Renu Prava Nayak, Deputy Secretary, Odisha Khadi & Village Industries Board, Bhubaneswar was posted as a Joint secretary to SD&TE Department.

Lokanath Dalabehera, Deputy Secretary to GA & PG Department was transferred and posted as Additional PD (Admin.), DRDA, Gajapati on foreign service terms & conditions. Shaktikanta Ray, Deputy Secretary to GA & PG Department was transferred and posted as Additional PD (Admin.), DRDA, Khordha on foreign service terms & conditions. Gopinath Kuanr, Tahasildar, Hinjilicut, Ganjam was transferred and posted as Additional PD (Admin.), DRDA, Jajpur on foreign service terms & conditions.

 

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