Tag: DoPT

Decline of ISRO

Lalit Shastri Considering the achievement made by India in the field of Space technology, the best approach for the country is to allow only Indian registered satellite system ie., satellites that are coordinated internationally through the Union Government to operate over India. By adopting such approach, Government requirements for critical sectors like the armed forces

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Large-scale transfers and postings at the top level in Government of India

Newsroom24x7 Staff New Delhi: The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet (ACC) today approved nearly a dozen-and-half transfers and postings, many of them at the Secretary level, in Government of India. For the DoPT order CLICK HERE

Mason Programme at Harvard University: April 6 is deadline for GOI officers to apply for full funding

Newsroom24x7 Desk New Delhi: Department of Personnel & Training (DoPT) of Government of India today announced that officers interested in the Edward Mason programme at Harvard University, have to take admission directly and then apply to DoPT for full funding under the Domestic Funding of Foreign Training (DFFT) Scheme. DoPT today issued a circular stating

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DoPT issues orders for 2 director level postings

Newsroom24x7 Desk New Delhi, Jan. 22: Gyanesh Bharti, IAS (UT: 1998), has been selected for appointment as Director in the Ministry of power. Another officer Ganesh A Bakade of Indian Telecom Service (1998), has been selected for appointment as Director in the Warehousing Development and Regulatory Authority under the Department of Food and Public Distribution,

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IAS appointments in GoI

Newsroom24x7 Desk New Delhi, Jan. 9: The appointments of Srinivas Shashidhar Kukatlapalli , IAS (Kl. 1997) as Director in the department of Agriculture and Cooepration and Gyanendra Dev Tripathi, IAS (AM:1998) as private secretary to the Minister for Rural Development, Panchayati Raj and Drinking Water and Sanitation Chaudhary Birendra Singh were cleared by the competent authority today.

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