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Dr Ashutosh Karnatak is the new CMD, GAIL

Dr Ashutosh Karnatak assumed charge as CMD of GAIL (India) Limited on 1st August 2019. Dr. Karnatak carries a rich experience of over 37 years in the hydrocarbon sector and is also concurrently serving as Director (Projects) since March, 2014

Dr Ashutosh Karnatak is the new CMD, GAIL
Dr Ashutosh Karnatak is the new CMD, GAIL

New Delhi: Dr Ashutosh Karnatak assumed charge as CMD of GAIL (India) Limited on 1st August 2019. Dr Karnatak carries a rich experience of over 37 years in the hydrocarbon sector and is also concurrently serving as Director (Projects) since March 2014.

A lifelong learner, Dr Karnatak an Electrical Engineering alumni of HBTI, Kanpur is a post-graduate from IIT, Delhi and is also a Fellow Doctorate of UPES, Dehradun. A multi-talented personality and a keen academic, Dr Karnatak has authored several books on a range of topics including project management, Oil & Gas and self-development. He is a proponent of the movement called PI-CI-PI (Positive India-Competitive India - Projectised India).

A lifelong career dedicated to developing large scale infrastructure projects he has acquired hands-on expertise in Contract Negotiation & Management and Conflict resolution. Dr Karnatak has also developed an innovative Project Monitoring and Controlling technique called ‘Arjuna – (MC4E2)e and also a capability building model named ‘BeDoPe’. He actively involved in spreading wellbeing in the society through sustainable and impactful actions in resources, energy, environment, education and health.