Vijay Singh Niranjan

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Vijay Singh Niranjan
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Born (1954-12-02) December 2, 1954 (age 67)
NationalityIndian
CitizenshipIndia
Alma mater
  • Khair Inter College
  • Maharaja College
OccupationAdministrative Service

Dr. Vijay Singh Niranjan, born on 02 December 1954 is a former officer from from the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), 1990 batch[1], Madhya Pradesh Cadre. He joined the Government of Madhya Pradesh in 1978 by topping the State Civil Service examination.

Education

Born at Garautha, an administrative subdivision of District Jhansi in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Being the eldest son among the five siblings to Shri Raja Ram and Smt. Bhagwati Devi, a prominent family of the area, completed his initial education from Garautha and then from Khair Inter College, Gursarai. On completing his schooling, he pursued B.Sc and M.Sc from Maharaja College, Chhatarpur where he was awarded Gold Medal for securing highest marks in his batch. Along with his Post Graduation, he completed Bachelor of Laws from Law College, Chhatarpur.

While pursuing his M.Sc he qualified JRF and CISF and started teaching under graduates students and also enrolled from Doctorate in Philosophy (Ph.D) in Chemistry and was later awarded Ph.D while serving the Government of Madhya Pradesh as Deputy Collector.

Career

An IAS officer of 1990 batch belonging to Madhya Pradesh cadre. He started his services as Deputy Collector. During his service he has served as Collector/ District Magistrate of Jangir - Champa[2], Seoni and Chindwara[3]. He has served has Secretary/Principal Secretary number of departments vis-a-vis Higher Education[4], Sports and Youth Welfare[5], Panchyat and Social Justice, Home, Horticulture and Agriculture[6], Forest and more. He was instrumental in preparation and implementation of Panchayati Raj Act (Local Self Govt.) of Govt. of Madhya Pradesh. During his tenure he has won numerous awards for his distinguish services both at State Government and Union of India.

Post - Retirement

After a successful career on 38 years in public service, he was enrolled in UP Bar Council and practicing in the State of Uttar Pradesh. As a community work he was elected a General Secretary of All India Kurmi Khstriya Mahasabaha, an organization towards development and of Kurmi community of India.

References

  1. "IAS 1990, Madhya Pradesh".
  2. "Jangir Champa".
  3. "Collector Chindwara".
  4. "Higher Education".
  5. "Sports and Youth Welfare".
  6. "Horticulture" (PDF).

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