Bhopal: A total of 29 officers including 18 state administrative service and 11 state police service officers are to be promoted in Madhya Pradesh this year (IAS and IPS officer's Promotion). Yes, and a meeting of the Department Promotion Committee (DPC) was held last Monday under the Chairmanship of Pradeep Kumar Joshi, Chairman, Public Union Service Commission (UPSC). Let me tell all of you that the names of 54 Officers of the State Administrative Service and 33 Officers of the State Police Service were considered in this meeting. Out of these, the Committee found Madhya Pradesh eligible as per service records for awarding IAS-IPS awards to 29 officers (18 posts of State Administrative Service and 11 posts for State Police Service officers).
It has been decided to issue orders for the promotion of selected officers during the meeting this week. Let me tell all of you that Chief Secretary Iqbal Singh Bains, a Union Joint Secretary, Additional Chief Secretary IPC Kesari, Principal Secretary Deepti Gaur Mukherjee were present in the DPC. The performance of these officers was witnessed during the same period. Officers of the 1997 batch will be made ADGs from IDs. At the same time, it has been reported that the DPC will be held on 21st December. The names of Umesh Joga, D Srinivas Verma and Solomon S Minz will be considered along with Bhopal Police Commissioner Makarand Deuskar. Let me tell you that 2000 batch officers in the police department will be made IG from DIG which will consider the names of Gaurav Rajput, Sanjay Kumar and Sanjay Tiwari along with Additional Commissioner of Police, Bhopal Irshad Wali.
On the other hand, the DPC of IAS from the State Administrative Service was attended by Deepti Goud Mukherjee, Principal Secretary, Department of General Administration and senior IAS of the state. Additional Chief Secretary Home Rajesh Rajora and DGP Vivek Johri joined the Committee of IPS from the State Police Service. On the other hand, Home Minister Narottam Mishra gave necessary tips to the officers and policemen present there and said, "Like Gwalior, Bhopal also instructed auto drivers and hand cart men to be notified and numbered.''