Pramod Kumar Mishra has been designated as the new Principal Secretary to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while previous Cabinet Secretary Pradeep Kumar Sinha is new Principal Advisor, the government said on Wednesday.
Mishra (71), a resigned 1972-shower Gujarat unit IAS official, assumed control over his new task on Wednesday, an official proclamation said. Mishra was the extra head secretary to the leader and was holding the position of a Cabinet serve. He succeeds Nripendra Misra he ventured down as of new
Previous Cabinet Secretary P K Sinha (64), which was a month ago selected as Officer on Special Duty (OSD) in the Prime Minister's Office, is a new head counselor to the PM with impact from September 11, 2019, an administration request said.
As Additional Principal Secretary to the PM somewhere in the range of 2014 and 2019, Pramod Kumar Mishra is credited with presenting creative and transformative changes in human asset the board, especially arrangements to senior positions, the announcement said.
He has a differed work involvement in the administration of projects identifying with agribusiness, a calamity the board, control division, framework financing, and administrative issues.
He has a huge involvement in arrangement making and organization and has taken care of real assignments, for example, Additional Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister; Agriculture and Cooperation; Secretary, State Electricity Regulatory Commission, Chairman, and in the territory of catastrophe the board.
Sinha filled in as the Cabinet Secretary from June 13, 2015, to August 30, 2019. Prior, he has likewise filled in as Secretary, Power; Secretary, Shipping; and Special Secretary, Petroleum and Natural Gas in the Government of India.
On August 30, Sinha was delegated as the official on the extraordinary obligation by the Prime Minister.
Sinha is a 1977-cluster IAS official of the Uttar Pradesh Cadre. He graduated in Economics from St Stephen's school and finished his Post Graduation from Delhi School of Economics.