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                                                   THE HON'BLE SRI. DEEPAK KUMAR PANWAR, MEMBER(Administrative)

                               Hon’ble Member (Administrative) Sri Deepak Kumar Panwar was born on 12th March, 1950 at Shimla, Himachal Pradesh. He had his school education in Shimla and thereafter he did his graduation and post graduation in Political Science at Chandigarh from Punjab University. He also attained first class Degree in Law from Osmania University. 

                2. He worked as Lecturer in Government College Mandi in Himachal Pradesh before joining the Indian Administrative Service in 1974. He was allotted to Andhra Pradesh Cadre and during his long tenure of 36 years he held very important and sensitive assignments. He worked as Collector and District Magistrate East Godavari District, which is the most populous district in Andhra Pradesh. He was made Officer on Special Duty to establish Revenue Mandals in the State which resulted in smooth change over from the decrepit Talukas and Firkas to the new vibrant Mandals. He successfully completed the task of carrying out this administrative reform within a year and a new Mandal Revenue system was ushered in. He was then entrusted with the task of implementing Rs. 2/- a K.g. rice scheme of the government and posted as Director Civil Supplies and M.D. of Essential Commodities Corporation. 

               3. Government of India requisitioned his services as Special Assistant to the Commerce Minister, Sh. P. Shiv Shanker in 1986. He was posted as Director, UNESCO, in HRD Ministry. During this assignment, he organized the Indian participation in the biennial conference of UNESCO at Paris in 1989 and also represented India in the deliberations of Sub-Commissions of UNESCO. 

               4. After completion of central deputation, he was made Secretary (Political) General Administrative Department in the Secretariat, Hyderabad in 1990. In this assignment he dealt with matters relating to Personnel management of All India Officers, Law and Order, Cabinet Co-ordination etc. The same job was again given to him in the year 1995 as Principal Secretary. He was made Home Secretary and subsequently entrusted with the task of food management in the State as Commissioner Food and Civil Supplies and Ex-Officio Secretary Food. 

                5. Hon’ble Member was made the Special Officer and Commissioner of Municipal Corporation of Hyderabad and during his tenure he introduced the Solid Waste Management System. His efforts bore fruits when the Municipal Corporation of Hyderabad was awarded the cleanest city tag in the country by the Government of India. He was also responsible for carrying out the most difficult task of road widening of 39 K.Ms in the city during his tenure as Special Officer and Commissioner of Municipal Corporation of Hyderabad. 

                6. Hon’ble Member was entrusted with another sensitive task of carrying out Public Sector Enterprises Reforms and implementation of Privatization and Disinvestment Programme in the State as Principal Secretary Public Enterprise Department and Chairman of Implementation Secretariat set up with the funding of DFID, in the year 2000. The reforms carried out in the State Public enterprises (50) were hailed and treated as success stories. This Endeavour of the State Government was even applauded by the World Bank. 

                7. Hon’ble Member also worked as Principal Secretary Energy & Chairman A.P. GENCO, Principal Secretary Agriculture and Special Chief Secretary & Chief Commissioner Land Administration, and implemented the scheme of Free Power Supply to the farmers in the State. 

                8. Government of India, taking into consideration the vast experience of the Hon’ble Member in the field of Food Management, selected and appointed him as Chairman and Managing Director of Food Corporation of India in the rank of Secretary to Government of India. The annual turn- over of the FCI is Rs. 66,000/- crores and in term of its size and operation it comes next to Railways in the country. After successful stint in the FCI, he superannuated from the post of CMD, FCI in March, 2010. 

                9. Hon’ble Member joined the APAT as Member (Administrative) on 26th May, 2011. He will demit his office as Member (Administrative) APAT on 11th March, 2015.

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