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West Bengal Government Announces Key Administrative Appointments, 2 IAS transferred

New Delhi: In a significant move aimed at bolstering administrative efficiency, the Government of West Bengal has unveiled a recent directive appointing seasoned bureaucrats to pivotal roles within the state’s administrative apparatus.

Anil Verma, IAS Officer from the 1989 batch in West Bengal, has been entrusted with multiple responsibilities. Serving as the Additional Chief Secretary of the Agricultural Marketing Department, Verma will now assume the esteemed position of Chairman of the West Bengal Valuation Board. Additionally, he will take on the mantle of Director General of the esteemed Netaji Subhas Administrative Training Institute, further enhancing his engagement in shaping the future cadre of civil servants in the state.

Meanwhile, Onkar Singh Meena, a bureaucrat from the 1997 batch of the IAS in West Bengal, has been entrusted with an expanded portfolio. In addition to his current role as Principal Secretary of the Agriculture Department, Meena will now shoulder the added responsibility of Principal Secretary of the Agriculture Marketing Department, leveraging his expertise to drive growth and innovation in agricultural marketing strategies across the state.

These strategic appointments underscore the state government’s commitment to optimizing administrative capabilities and fostering sustainable development across diverse sectors, further cementing West Bengal’s position as a frontrunner in effective governance and progressive policy implementation.

Tags: Governance