Post of Chandigarh DHS: Punjab sends panel of 3 members

Chandigarh, July 28

The UT Administration has got a panel of three doctors of the Deputy Director rank for appointment as the new Director, Health Services (DHS), UT. Dr Amandeep Kang, who holds the post, is superannuating on September 30.

Hussan Lal, Principal Secretary, Health and Family Welfare, Punjab, has sent the panel comprising the names of Dr Adarshpal Kaur, Civil Surgeon, Mohali, Dr Amarjit Singh, Head, Department of General Medicine, GMSH-16, Punjab sends 3-member panel and Dr Suman, Deputy Director, Vigilance Department (Ludhiana).

The UT Administration is likely to call the three officers for interview before zeroing in on one of them.

In 2015, it was after the intervention of the then Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal that the post of the DHS in the Chandigarh Administration had returned to the state. — TNS

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