Pramod Kumar Mishra appointed as Principal Secretary to Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Dr. Pramod Kumar Mishra, a Gujarat cadre IAS officer belonging to the 1972 batch, has been appointed as the new Principal Secretary to Prime Minister Narendra Modi with effect from September 11. He succeeded Nripendra Misra. Prior to this appointment, he was the additional Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister and was holding the rank of a Cabinet minister.
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Topics: Civil Services of India • Government of India • Indian Administrative Service • Mishra • Nripendra Misra • Pradeep Kumar Sinha • Pramod Kumar Misra • Prime Minister's Office • Principal secretary • Vivekananda International Foundation
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