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Ms. Ramdai Sookdeo, Deputy Permanent Secretary (Ag.)

 

DPS_Sookdeo

Ms. Ramdai Sookdeo

Deputy Permanent Secretary (Ag.)

Ministry of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries

 

Ms. Ramdai Sookdeo is currently Deputy Permanent Secretary (Ag.) in the Ministry of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries (MALF). She assumed duties in the office of Deputy Permanent Secretary in April 2018. Her substantive office is Executive Director, Human Resource Management at the Service Commissions Department.

Ms. Sookdeo is a Career Public Servant, started to work as a Clerk I, Ministry of Education and worked in various Ministries including Ministry of Local Government, Ministry of Works and Transport and Ministry of National Security where she gained extensive experience in various job functions including Human Resources and Accounts.

Ms. Sookdeo is the holder of a BSc. in Management Studies (Upper Class Honours) and MSc in Public Sector Management (Distinction) from the University of the West Indies, St Augustine.

Deputy Permanent Secretary (Ag.) Ms. Ramdai Sookdeo says, she is a “peoples” person and believes in participative leadership; allowing staff members to contribute in meaningful ways to the development of the Organization and the Public Service as a whole.”