Sasikanth Senthil is new Deputy Commissioner of Dakshina Kannada

Source: The Hindu | Published on 11th October 2017, 6:11 PM | Coastal News |

Mangaluru:  The State government on Tuesday transferred incumbent Deputy Commissioner of Dakshina Kannada K.G. Jagadeesha and posted Sasikanth Senthil S. in his place.

Mr. Jagadeesha, a 2005 batch IAS officer, was posted to Dakshina Kannada on July 22, 2016. He has been now been posted as the Director, Department of Mines and Geology, which as held by Mr. Senthil.

The 38-year-old Mr. Senthil from the 2009 batch hails from Tamil Nadu. He passed out of BE (Electronics) course in first division from the Regional Engineering College of Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirapalli.

Mr. Senthil served as Assistant Commissioner in Ballari between 2009 and 2012 and held the post of Chief Executive Officer of Shivamogga Zilla Panchayat for two terms. He was also the Deputy Commissioner of Chitradurga and Raichur districts. Mr. Senthil was the Director in the Mines and Geology Department since November 2016.

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