Centre gives cabinet secretary Rajiv Gauba one-year extension


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Published: Friday, August 5, 2022, 16:34 [IST]

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New
Delhi,
Aug
05:

Cabinet
Secretary
Rajiv
Gauba
was
on
Friday
given
one-year
extension
in
service
by
the
government,
according
to
a
Personnel
Ministry
order.

This
is
his
second
extension
on
the
post.
Gauba,
former
Union
Home
Secretary,
was
in
2019
appointed
to
the
country’s
top
bureaucratic
post
for
two
years.
He
was
given
one
year
extension
in
August
last
year.

Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba

The
Appointments
Committee
of
the
Cabinet
has
approved
extension
in
service
to
Gauba,
a
1982-batch
IAS
officer
of
Jharkhand
cadre,
as
Cabinet
Secretary
for
a
further
period
of
one-year
beyond
August
30,
2022,
said
the
Friday’s
order.

Gauba
is
said
to
be
the
key
architect
of
the
Jammu
and
Kashmir
Reorganisation
Act,
2019,
under
which
the
erstwhile
state
of
Jammu
and
Kashmir
was
divided
into
two
Union
territories
following
the
abrogation
of
the
special
status
given
to
it
under
Article
370
of
the
Constitution.

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He
had
also
served
as
secretary
in
the
Union
Urban
Development
Ministry,
Additional
Secretary
in
the
Home
Ministry,
looking
after
crucial
left-wing
extremism
division,
among
other
responsibilities.
Born
in
Punjab,
Gauba
had
graduated
in
Physics
from
Patna
University.

He
had
served
in
Jharkhand
as
the
Chief
Secretary
for
15
months
before
returning
to
serve
in
the
central
government
in
2016.

He
has
represented
India
on
the
board
of
the
International
Monetary
Fund
for
four
years
also.

Story first published: Friday, August 5, 2022, 16:34 [IST]



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