Panaji: Chief Secretary IAS Parimal Rai, who was posted to Goa in December, last year, will hold charge of department of Home, Vigilance, Personnel, Transport, PWD, Forest, ARD and industries.
Governor of Goa has brought into effect bureaucratic reshuffle by reallocating the departments with immediate effect.
IAS P Krishnamurthy will continue to be Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister with additional charge of principal Resident Commissioner, New Delhi.
IAS Daulat Hawaldar is the secretary for finance, mining, tribal welfare, planning, fisheries, agriculture, Art and Culture and town and country planning
IAS W V R Murthy, commissioner and Secretary Co-operation will hold charge of departments like social welfare, civil aviation, protocol, general administration and urban development.
IAS P S Reddy secretary Ports will also hold charge as secretary River Navigation, Information and Publicity, Public grievances, NRI affairs, Official Language and Institute of Public Assistance and Provedoria.
Secretary to Governor IAS Rupesh Kumar will hold charge of Museum, Archives, Archaeology, and Civil Supplies.
IAS Ameya Abhyankar, who was recently given additional charge as director mines, will continue to be secretary Information technology and chief executive officer of ESG.
Secretary Education IAS Neela Mohanan will hold power, non conventional energy, revenue and labour and employment.
Secretary WRD IAS Sanjay Gihar has been given additional portfolios like Housing, Panchayat, RDA and member secretary o Goa State Commission for Protection of child rights.
IAS Chokhan Ram Garg, who was recently posted, is the secretary of Goa Public Service Commission, Women and child development, skill development and law judiciary and legislative affairs.
Secretary to Chief Minister Ashok Kumar will continue to hold charge of Health, Tourism, Sports and is also appointed as nodal officer for ODF and Swatch Bharat Mission.
IAS Govind Jaiswal is the secretary for environment, science and technology, factories and boilers, handicrafts, and special secretary to vigilance.