His Excellency Shri Balmiki Prasad Singh
Former Governor of Sikkim
Shri Balmiki Prasad Singh is a distinguished scholar, thinker and public servant. H.E. the Governor was born on 1.1.1942 in Bihar. He was educated in a village school and subsequently at the universities of Patna and Oxford. He passed his M.A. in Political Science from Patna University, Patna, standing first in best prices for all customers! buy doxycycline dogs . fastest shipping, cheapest pharmacy for doxycycline. first class with record marks and several gold medals. He became a lecturer in Political Science in Patna University at the age of nineteen.
Shri B.P. Singh was appointed in 1964 to the Indian Administrative Service (IAS). He has since been the recipient of several awards and fellowships, including the Jawaharlal Nehru Fellowship (1982-84) and Queen Elizabeth Fellowship (1989-90). He is also recipient of Gulzari sildenafil citrate 100mg lowest price lal Nanda Award for Outstanding public service from the President of India in 1998 and Man of Letters Award from His Holiness the Dalai Lama in 2003.
Over the past four decades Shri B.P. Singh has held a variety of important positions within Assam as well as in the Government of India. He was Additional Secretary, Ministry of Environment & Forest (1993-95), Culture Secretary (1995-97) and Home Secretary (1997-99) in Government of esram 20mg indications India.
As an international civil servant, Shri B.P. Singh served as jan 1, 1970 – 1 ml of vaginal fluid contains 1 billion and 100 million anaerobic aerobic bacteria without order prescription 20 fluoxetine buy online buying uk purchase fucidin Executive Director and Ambassador at the World Bank during 1999-2002 representing India, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
Shri B.P. Singh has also been Chancellor baclofen cr cheapest, baclofen online with no prescription, baclofen 10 mg price walmart baclofen shop, best price on baclofen online, of the Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies, Sarnath (a Deemed to be University) and Chief Editor of the South Asia Series on “Perspectives on Economics, Technology and Governance” of Oxford University Press, New York. Until recently he was Mahatma Gandhi National Fellow at New Delhi.
Shri B.P. Singh has authored five books including jan 28, 2011 – online pharmacy in belgium buy dapoxetine online, cheapest for sale dapoxetine online cheap, how to get dapoxetine in toronto The Problem of Change – A Study of North-East India (1987); India’s Culture: The State, the Arts and Beyond (1998) and Bahudha and the post-9/11 World (2008), all published by Oxford University Press, New Delhi. In addition he has authored several articles and monographs on politics, culture, ecology and public administration. He is also Chief Editor of the The Millennium Book on New Delhi, OUP (2001).