Constitution of team of officers for field visits regarding cancellation of high denomenation bank notes - DoPT Orders

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Constitution of team of officers for field visits regarding cancellation of high denomenation bank notes

F.No.18/7/2016-EO(MM I)
Government of India
Department of Personnel & Training

North Block, New Delhi
Dated, the 18th November, 2016

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Cancellation of legal tender of high denomination bank notes of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 – Constitution of team of officers of the Government of India for visiting states and reporting about the status of implementation of the decision.

The undersigned is directed to refer to the above mentioned subject and to say that the following officers are hereby deputed to undertake field visits in various states (as listed below) for making on the spot assessment of the situation and to provide feedback thereon:

S.No
State
Additional Secretary/Joint Secretary
Director/Deputy Secretary
1.
Uttar Pradesh
(i)                  Shri D.S. Mishra, AS, M/o Urban Development
(ii)                Shri Arun Singhal, JS, D/o Health & Family Welfare
(i)                  Shri Jayachandran K.S., DS, D/o Justice

2.
Bihar
(i)                  Shri Ravi Kant, AS, M/o Defence
(ii)                Shri Sandeep Pondrik, JS, M/o Petroleum & Natural Gas
(i)                  Ms. Palka Sahni, DS, D/o Industrial Policy & Promotion
3.
Madhya Pradesh
(i)                  Shri Alok Shrivastava, AS, M/o Shipping
(ii)                Shri Anil Kumar Jain, Advisor, NITI Aayog
(i)                  Shri Diwakar Nath Misra, Director,
M/o Petroleum & Natural Gas
4.
Karnataka
(i)                  Shri Sameer Kumar Biswas, JS, D/o Chemicals & Petrochemicals
(ii)                Rajesh Aggarwal, JS, M/o Tribal Affairs
(i)                  Shri Ajay Yadav, DS, D/o Commerce
5.
Maharashtra
(i)                  Shri Sameer Kumar Biswas, JS, D/o Chemicals & Petrochemicals
(ii)                Rajesh Aggarwal, JS, M/o Tribal Affairs
(i)                  Ms. Vijayalakshmi Bidar, RD,3
SSC, D/o Personnel &                            Training
                    
6.
West Bengal
(i)                  Shri Raghavendra Singh, AS, D/o Agriculture, Cooperation & Farmers Welfare
(ii)                Shri Vivek Bhardwaj, JS, M/o Coal

(i)                  Ms. Debjani Chakrabarti,
Director,
M/o Road Transport & Highways

7.
Himachal Pradesh
(i)                  Shri Sanjeev Gupta, AS D/o Industrial Policy & Promotion
(ii)                Shri Subhashish Panda, JS, D/o Food & Public Distribution
(i)                  Shri Sameer Verma, Director
D/o Rural Development
8.
Odisha
(i)                  Shri Ashok M.R.Dalawai, AS, D/o Agriculture, Cooperation & Farmers Welfare
(ii)                Shri Suresh Kumar Vashist, JS, D/o Food & Public Distribution
(i)                  Shri Saurabh Jain, Director, M/o Urban Development
9.
Tamil Nadu
(i)                  Shri T.Jacob, AS, D/o Personnel & Training
(ii)                Shri Praveen Kumar, JS, D/o Higher Education
(i)                  Ms. M. Janaki, Ds, M/o Urban Development


10.
Andhra Pradesh
(i)                  Shri A.P. Sawhney, AS, M/o Petroleum & Natural Gas.
(ii)                Shri Atul Chaturvedi, JS, D/o Industrial Policy & Promotion
Shri Tapish Chandra Nuatiyal, DS
D/o Rural Development
11.
Punjab
(i)                  Shri Arun Goel, AS, M/o Labour & Employment
(ii)                Ms. Ravneet Kaur, JS D/o Industrial Policy & Promotion
(i)                  Ms. Mandeep Kaur, DS, D/o Revenue
12.
Telangana
(i)                  Shri R. Subrahmanyam, AS, D/o Higher Education
(i)                  Ms. Anamika Singh, DS, D/o School Education & Literacy
13.
Kerala
(i)                  Shri Ajay Kumar, AS, M/o Electronics & Information Technology
(i)                  Shri C. Paulrasu, ED, Tea Board, D/o Commerce
14.
Uttarakhand
(i)                  Shri R.K. Sudhanshu, JS, M/o Electronics & Information Technolgy
(i)                  Ms. Samyukta Samaddar, Director, D/o Heavy Industry
(ii)                Shri Vikramjit Singh, DS M/o Power
15.
J&K
(i)                  Shri Suresh Kumar, AS, M/o Coal
(ii)                Shri Manoj Kumar Dwivedi,JS, D/o Commerce

(i)                  Shri S.Rakesh Kumar, DS, D/o Rural Development
16.
Gujarat
(i)                  Shri Guruprasad Mohapatra, Chairman, AAI, M/o civil Aviation
(ii)                Shri R.P. Gupta, JS, M/o Coal
(i)                  Shri Nipun Vinayak, Director,
M/o Driniking Water & Sanitation
17.
Haryana
(i)                  Shri Rajiv Arora, JS, M/o Labour & Employment
(i)                  Shri Priyank Bharati, Director
M/o Road Transport & Highways
18.
Chattishgarh
(i)                  Shri Manoj Kumar Pingua, JS, M/o Tribal Affairs
(i)                  Shri Anand Singh, Director, M/o Urban Development
19.
Jharkhand
(i)                  Ms. Alka Tiwari, Advisor, NITI Aayog
(i)                  Shri Devesh Deval, DS, D/o Health & Family Welfare
20.
Goa
(i)                  Shri Santosh Vaidya, JS, M/o New & Renewable Energy
(i)                  Shri Sorabh Babu, Director, D/o Atomic Energy
21.
Assam
(i)                  Shri Alok Kumar, AS, NITI Aayog
(i)                  Shri Abhishek Chandra, DS, M/o Shipping
22.
Mizoram
(i)                  Jalaj Shrivastava, AS, D/o Agriculture, Cooperation & Farmers Welfare

23.
Arunachal Pradesh
(i)                  Shri M.M. Kutty, AS, M/o Environment, Forest & Climate Change

24.
Tripura
(i)                  Shri Alok Kumar, JS, M/o Home Affairs

25.
Meghalaya
(ii)                Shri Sumeet Jerath, AS, M/o External Affairs

26.
Manipur
(i)                  Shri Barun Mitra, JS, M/o Shipping

27.
Sikkim
(i)                  Shri Arun Kumar Yadav, JS, M/o Statistics & Programme Implementation


2. Department of Economic Affairs will decide the dates/duration of the field visits as well as the terms of reference for the same.

3. The officers may kindly be directed to contact Shri Ajay Tyagi, Additional Secretary, Department of Economic Affairs for further details regarding the visits.

(Jagannath Srinivasan)
Director (MM)

Authority: http://persmin.gov.in/DOPT_WhatIsNew.asp
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