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Tina Dabi, an IAS officer, takes responsibility as Jaisalmer’s collector. view images of her new office

Tina Dabi, an IAS officer, takes responsibility as Jaisalmer's collector. view images of her new office
Tina Dabi, an IAS officer, takes responsibility as Jaisalmer's collector. view images of her new office

Tina Dabi, a member of the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), took over as head of Rajasthan’s Jaisalmer district on July 6. She wrote on Twitter, along with photos from her first day on the job, “Joined as District Collector and Magistrate Jaisalmer today.” Dabi is the first woman from a group called a “scheduled caste” (SC) to win the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) exam in 2016. Tina Dabi’s sister, Ria Dabi, is an IAS officer who got 15th place on the UPSC test in 2020.

Dabi was given a job in Jaipur before he moved to Jaisalmer. Along with her, PTI says that 29 IAS officers and 16 IPS officers were also moved in Rajasthan on Monday. The department of personnel’s list of officers who were moved shows that collectors in Bundi, Alwar, Dholpur, Dungarpur, and Jaipur were replaced.

When pictures of her wedding to Dr. Pradeep Gawande showed up online this year, Dabi got a lot more attention. Gawande, who was a member of the IAS class of 2013, and Tina Dabi got married in Jaipur in April of this year. On April 22, the couple had a small reception near Jaipur at a hotel.

Tina and her husband just got back from a trip. She posted photos on Instagram the day before with the caption “Becoming one with the waves.” In the other pictures, you can see their hotel and the beach. In the first picture, however, Dabi and Gawande are standing on the beach with their backs to the camera and facing the waves.

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