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MOIL CVO Sharat Chandra Tiwari (ITS) gets tenure extension

The services of MOIL Limited's Chief Vigilance Officer (CVO) Sharat Chandra Tiwari (ITS) have been extended for a period of two years

The services of MOIL Limited Chief Vigilance Officer (CVO) Sharat Chandra Tiwari (ITS) has been extended for a period of two years

New Delhi: MOIL Limited's Chief Vigilance Officer (CVO) Sharat Chandra Tiwari (ITS) has been given a tenure extension on his post for a period of two years. According to an order from the Department of Personnel & Training (DoPT), the government has extended the services of Sharat Chandra Tiwari (ITS) for a period of two years beyond October 29, 2020, i.e. up to October 29, 2022, or until further orders whichever is earlier. Tiwari is an Indian Telecommunications Service (ITS) officer of 1997-batch. He has taken charge as CVO of MOIL Limited on October 30, 2017. In addition to this, he is also holding additional charge of CVO of MECL. In MOIL he is looking after vigilance functions in the mines and plants.

Sharat Chandra Tiwari is an Indian Telecommunications Service (ITS) officer of 1997-batch. He is serving the as CVO of MOIL Limited since October 30, 2017

MOIL Limited

MOIL Limited is a Miniratna PSU, under the administrative control of the Ministry of Steel. MOIL Limited is the largest producer of manganese ore in the country and operates eleven mines in the state of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh. MOIL holds 34 percent of manganese ore reserves of the country and is contributing 50 percent of the domestic production. The company has an ambitious vision of increasing its production to 25 lakh MT by FY 2024-25. MOIL is also exploring business opportunity in the state of Gujarat and has MoU with Gujarat Mineral Development Corporation Limited (GMDC), for this purpose.

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