Transfers and postings of 97 BDOs
Transfers and postings of 97 BDOs Administrative Shuffle in Jammu & Kashmir’s Rural Development Department
In a significant move aimed at enhancing administrative efficiency, the Government of Jammu & Kashmir, Department of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, has issued Government Order No. 54 -JK (RD&PR) of 2024, dated February 1, 2024. The order entails a series of transfers and postings of key officials within the Block Development Officers (BDOs) and related roles, bringing about a restructuring within the department.
The reshuffle affects Block Development Officers, Incharge Block Development Officers, Look-after Block Development Officers, Assistant Project Officers (APOs), and their equivalents. These changes have been implemented promptly to address the evolving needs of the administration and ensure a more streamlined approach to rural development.
With immediate effect, the newly appointed officers will assume their respective roles, contributing to the ongoing development initiatives in various blocks. The strategic placements are anticipated to infuse fresh perspectives and expertise into the decentralized administrative machinery, fostering a more responsive and accountable governance structure.
Email Contact and Website
For further information or inquiries, interested parties can reach out to the Department of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj through the provided contact details:
– Email ID: [email protected]
– Website: [jkpr.gov.in](http://jkpr.gov.in)
– Telephone No.: 0191-2564763 (1), 0194-2506269 (5)
This administrative overhaul demonstrates the commitment of the Jammu & Kashmir government to continuously adapt and optimize its machinery for effective governance. The changes in leadership aim to bolster rural development efforts ensuring that the department remains dynamic and responsive to the evolving needs of the region. As these newly appointed officials take charge, it is expected that their leadership will contribute to the sustainable growth and prosperity of rural communities in Jammu & Kashmir.