IPS T. Sambandan appointed in permanent mission of India in UN


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Feb 05, 2018
Thirugnana Sambandan, 2006 batch Tripura cadre IPS officer, has been appointed as the first secretary at the Permanent Mission of India to the United Nations in New York. The 38-year-old IPS officer has been chosen for this post that comes the ministry of external affairs. Sambandan will get a tenure of three years. However there’s a condition. According to the order issued on Thursday last week, “the diplomatic equation of the officer i.e. First Secretary (with RG) will not be upgraded during the course of his posting abroad due to any reason such as revision of pay scale from a prospective or retrospective date, earning of annual increment (s) and promotion in parent cadre etc.”
Originally belonging to Tamil Nadu, Sambandan completed his post-graduations in agriculture before getting selected as an Indian Police Service officer.



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