LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Ved Marwah, IPS
(Retd.) Former Governor and Police Commissioner, Delhi
For setting highest standards of leadership and governance in internal security issues, leaving a lasting imprint on positions held in the central and State Governments.
EXCEPTIONAL CONTRIBUTION AWARD
Dr. Shrikar Pardeshi, IAS
(Director, Prime Minister’s Office)
For his unique initiative in Maharashtra that launched e-registration of properties from developer’s office to bring convenience, transparency and speed in realty deals.
Dr. Shahid Iqbal Chaudhary, IAS
(District Magistrate, Udhampur)
For ensuring security of life and socio-economic betterment of people in remote areas in Jammu & Kashmir.
K. N. Kumar, IAS
(Principal Secretary, Department of Fisheries, Govt. of Meghalaya)
For successfully implementing his vision to move the state of Meghalaya ‘from dependence to self-sufficiency’ in the production of fresh fish leading to a major impact on the livelihoods and State GDP
Amitabh Kumar, IRS
(Joint Director General, Shipping, Ministry of Shipping)
For changing the orientation of tax administration from enforcement to tax payers’ service and for introducing several innovative schemes in the field of tax administration
EXCELLENT CONTRIBUTION AWARD
Balvinder Kumar, IAS
(Secretary, Ministry of Mines, Govt. of India)
For steering the Noida authority through the land acquisition crisis that was at its peak due to agitations and legal cases lodged by farmers, plunging many development and housing projects into uncertainty.
Dr. K. M. Abraham, IAS
(Finance, Store Purchase, Higher Education & Social Justice Departments, Government of Kerala)
For protecting the interests of millions of investors and helping retrieve thousands of crores of rupees while working as Whole Time Member at SEBI, thereby saving the financial markets from an impending scam
Pratibha Singh, IFS
(Secretary, UP State Biodiversity Board and Special Secretary, Forest)
For her remarkable efforts in conservation of wildlife and environment, thus contributing significantly towards achieving the national biodiversity target
Rinkesh Roy, IRTS
(Chief Freight Traffic Manager, Bhubaneswar, Ministry of Railways)
For his excellent contribution in significantly increasing the efficiency and freight-loading capacity of Indian Railways