Sawian inducted into board of governors of IIM Shillong

BK Dey Sawian is an IPS officer of the 1984 batch (Assam-Meghalaya cadre), served as Secretary (Security) in the Union Cabinet Secretariat and various other capacities.

Shillong:  Former Meghalaya DGP, BK Dey Sawian has been appointed as Member Board of Governors (BOG) of IIM (Indian Institute of Management) Shillong.

Sawian is an IPS officer of the 1984 batch (Assam-Meghalaya cadre), served as Secretary (Security) in the Union Cabinet Secretariat and various other capacities.

He earlier held the post of Inspector-General, BSF, for Assam-Meghalaya-Manipur and Nagaland frontier and Director of the BSF Academy at Tekanpur, MP. 

Sawian is known for his ability to tackle the Naxalites and as a highly regarded police officer of the state of Meghalaya.

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