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Devasish Sharma Appointed as Commissioner of Guwahati Municipal Corporation

Devasish Sharma has been named Guwahati Municipal Corporation’s Commissioner (GMC).

Meanwhile, Devajyoti Hazarika, the new GMC commissioner, will report to the Personnel Department.

Devasish Sharma is a member of the Assam Civil Service (ACS) and also serves as the Joint Resident Commissioner at Assam Bhawan in Mumbai. Sharma would retain the charge in addition to his current position as GMC Commissioner.

He previously worked for the Government of Assam’s General Administrative Department as an Additional Commissioner.

Additionally, Bhupesh Ch. Das, ACS, is moved to the role of Deputy Commissioner, Sonitpur from his position as District Development Commissioner, Cachar.

On the other side, Pabitra Ram Khound, ACS, Secretary to the Assam Government, Industries and Commerce Department, and Commissioner, Industries and Commerce, Assam, has been moved to the role of Director, Sports and Youth Welfare, Assam.

Dharma Kanta Mili, ACS, Director of Sports and Youth Welfare in Assam, has been moved to the role of Director of Higher Education in Assam.

Earlier on May 19, the Assam Government’s Personnel (Administration) Department conducted another round of significant reshuffles of the state’s IAS staff.

Syedain Abbasi, lAS, Additional Chief Secretary to the Government of Assam, Public Health Engineering, Water Resources, and Food, Civil Supplies, and Consumer Affairs Departments, has been deprived of his additional charge as Additional Chief Secretary to the Government of Assam, Food, Civil Supplies, and Consumer Affairs Department.

Additionally, Manish Thakur, lAS Commissioner & Secretary to the Assam Government, Urban Development, Guwahati Development, Finance, Science & Technology, and Information Technology Departments, has been substantively assigned as Commissioner & Secretary to the Assam Government, Finance Department.

Manish Thakur has been deprived of his additional responsibilities as Commissioner and Secretary to the Assam Government, Urban Development, Guwahati Development, Science & Technology, and Information Technology Departments.

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Written by Ankur J Kakoti

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