Menino D’Souza back as tourism director; Siddivinayak Naik shunted out as CO of MMC

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Panaji: State government today ordered major bureaucratic reshuffle of senior scale officers in public interest with immediate effect.

Menino D’Souza, registrar of Cooperative Societies is re-posted as Director Tourism, replacing Sanjiv Gadkar, who is is transferred as  Special Land Acquisition Officer (SLAO) for Mopa airport project.

Margao Municipal Council Chief Officer Siddivinayak Naik is been shunted out from the post. He is now been transferred as Additional inspector General of Prison and Superintendent of Jails.

Additional Inspector General of Prisons Ajit Panchwadkar is now posted as Chief Officer of MMC.

Managing Director of GTDC Nikhil Desai has given additional charge of Managing director Goa Housing Board. Desai has replaced Meghanath Porob, who is now posted as MD of Goa State ST Finance Development Corporation Ltd.

Director of Official Language Sneha Morajkar is appointed as Joint Secretary to Chief Secretary. Director of Information and Publicity Meghana Shetgaonkar will hold the additional charge of Director of Official Language.

Narayan Gad is transferred as Director of Panchayat.

Gopal Parsekar is transferred as Additional Collector (II) North Goa. Dashrath Redkar is posted as Additional Collector (I) North Goa, with additional charge as CEO of North Goa Zilla Panchayat.

Surendra Naik is transferred as Additional Collector (I) South Goa, while Agnelo Fernandes is additional collector (II) south Goa.

Prasanna Acharya is transferred as member secretary Ravindra Bhavan, Margao, replacing Rajendra Mirajkar, who is transferred as Director, Government Printing Press.

Director of Social Welfare Parag Nagorcekar is transferred as Special Land Acquisition Officer for Goa Industrial Development Corporation.

Umeshchandra Joshi, who was awaiting posting is appointed as Director Social welfare.

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