The Rajasthan government has transferred 81 IAS officers in a major administrative reshuffle. Collectors of 15 districts and three divisional commissioners have also been changed in the reshuffle.Collectors of Bikaner, Pratapgarh, Kota, Ajmer, Dholpur, Rajsamand, Bhilwara, Tonk, Sawai Madhopur, Bundi, Hanumangarh, Churu, Alwar, Jaisalmer, and Bharatpur have been changed.The collectors are Narendra Kumar Gupta (Bikaner), Bhanwar Lal Mehra (Pratapgarh), Gaurav Goyal (Kota), Arti Dogra (Ajmer), Nannumal Pahadia (Dholpur), Anadhi (Rajsamand), Shuchi Tyagi (Bhilwara), Ram Chandra Dhenwal (Tonk), Prakash Chand Pawan (Sawai Madhopur), Mahesh Chandra Sharma (Bundi), Dinesh Chand Jain (Hanumangarh), Muktananad Agarwal (Churu), Prakash Rajpurohit (Alwar), Anupama Jorwal (Jaisalmer), Sandesh Nayak (Bharatpur). JC Mohanty has been appointed the ACS of Information and Public Relations department. Dr Subodh Agarwal, who was recently moved to the tourism and forest and environment department as its ACS has been shifted to higher and technical education department.

Jaipur divisional commissioner Rajeshwar Singh has been made the principal secretary of the rural development department. T Ravikanth replaces him as the new Jaipur divisional commissioner.Jodhpur and Kota’s divisions also have new commissioners now. Lalit Kumar Gupta has been posted as Jodhpur commissioner and Kailash Chand Verma as the Kota commissioner. Seven additional chief secretary level officers have also been given new responsibilities. Official order is as below:

http://dop.rajasthan.gov.in/writereaddata/orderDetail/201805011225534159147iasorderdated30-4-18.pdf

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