HomeBureaucracyRajasthan reshuffles six IFS, gives additional charges 

Rajasthan reshuffles six IFS, gives additional charges 

In less than a week, Rajasthan government has again transferred six IFS officers and gave additional charge to five

has reshuffled six IFS officers in less than a week's time. It has a changed the responsibilities of three officers within a week while posted an officer against an upgraded post and gave posting to one officer awaiting posting order. 

The government has transferred Pawan Kumar Upadhyay, who was serving as principal chief conservator of (PCCF) to PCCF wildlife and chief wildlife warden. 

Rajesh Kumar Gupta, who was transferred as additional PCCF wildlife and chief wildlife warden last week has been relieved from the of chief wildlife warden. 

Bijo Joy who was promoted to conservator of forest at Mukundra Hills tiger reserve Kota last week has been transferred to Jaipur as conservator of forest (planning) in the office of PCCF.

Sangram Singh Katiyar who was transferred to JDA as deputy conservator of forest has been retained there against the post of conservator of forest, JDA.

Devendra Pratap Jagawat, who was transferred as deputy conservator of forest (wildlife) in Jaipur has against been relocated to deputy conservator of forest, Jaipur -North. 

Kasturi Prashant Sule, who was awaiting posting order (APO) has been posted as deputy conservator of forest, Sirohi while the transfer of Ajay Chittora has been cancelled. He was transferred from Udaipur – North as deputy conservator of forest to Udaipur last week. 

Apart from that, there is also rejig in distribution of additional charges to senior IFS officers also. 

Arijit Banerjee who is serving as PCCF (administration) and project RFBP-2 has been given additional responsibility of project director Rajasthan forestry and biodiversity development project. 

Shikha Mehra has been given additional charge of additional PCCF development while KCA Arun Prasad has been handed over additional charge of additional PCCF (administration).

Ram Karan Khairwa has been given additional responsibility of chief conservator of forest and field director Mukundra Hills while Sunil will have to take care as chief conservator of forest Udaipur in addition to his posting as conservator of forests (monitoring and evaluation) in Udaipur. 

Vivek Shukla
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