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Six IAS Officers of 2022 Batch Appointed as Assistant Commissioners in Assam Districts


IAS Officers Appointed as Assistant Commissioners

In a significant development, six Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officers from the 2022 batch have completed phase-I of the IAS Professional Course at the renowned Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration in Mussorie, India. Today, these accomplished individuals have been appointed as Assistant Commissioners in various districts of Assam, as per an official notification by the Personnel (A) Department of the Government of Assam.


According to the announcement, Ankur Das has been assigned the role of Assistant Commissioner in the Baksa district, while Arjit Mahajan will serve as the Assistant Commissioner in the Lakhimpur district. Additionally, Anand Malhotra has been appointed as the Assistant Commissioner in the Cachar district, and Kanika will assume the position of Assistant Commissioner in the Nagaon district. Moreover, Mridul Shivhare has been designated as the Assistant Commissioner in the Dhubri district, and Shivani Jerngal will undertake the responsibilities of Assistant Commissioner in the Dibrugarh district.


This development underscores the achievement of these talented IAS officers as they embark on their professional journey to contribute to the administrative affairs of Assam. Equipped with comprehensive training and expertise gained during their tenure at the esteemed Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, these officers are well-prepared to handle the responsibilities and challenges that accompany their new roles.


The appointment of these officers highlights the commitment of the Assam government to ensuring effective governance and efficient management of the districts. Their arrival brings fresh perspectives, innovative ideas, and a proactive approach to their respective districts, driving progress and development.


The selection of these IAS officers is a testament to the merit-based process of the Indian Administrative Service and the rigorous training they undergo. As they commence their tenure as Assistant Commissioners, they are poised to make significant contributions to the growth and well-being of the districts they serve, aligning with the overarching goal of a prosperous and inclusive Assam.


With their induction, these six IAS officers join the administrative machinery in Assam, ready to address the multifaceted challenges faced by the districts. Their dedication and commitment to public service are poised to create a positive impact and foster progress in their respective domains, benefiting the communities they serve.


The Government of Assam, along with the people of the state, extends a warm welcome to these officers, wishing them a successful and fulfilling tenure as Assistant Commissioners. This appointment marks a significant step toward enhancing the administrative capabilities and promoting effective governance in Assam's districts.

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