Mamta Sanjeev Dubey (IFoS), Chief Vigilance Officer of IRCON gets tenure extension
Dubey is a 1986-batch Indian Forest Service (IFoS) officer of Uttar Pradesh cadre, serving as CVO of IRCON since September 27, 2017
New Delhi: Mamta Sanjeev Dubey (IFoS) has been given tenure extension as Chief Vigilance Officer (CVO) of Ircon International Limited (IRCON). The government has approved the proposal for her extension of deputation tenure. According to the order from the Department of Personnel & Training (DoPT), her services have been extended for a period of two years beyond September 26, 2020, i.e. up-to September 26, 2022, or until further orders, whichever is earlier. Dubey is a 1986-batch Indian Forest Service (IFoS) officer of Uttar Pradesh. She is serving as CVO of IRCON since September 27, 2017.
Mamta Dubey’s profile
Mamta Dubey is a science graduate (BSc, Hons) from the University of Delhi. She has done her Masters in Science (M Sc in Forestry) from Forest Research Institute, Dehradun. She joined as Indian Forest Services (IFoS) officer in 1986 after qualifying Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Exam in 1985. She has worked in various capacities in the fields of social forestry, forest management, protection training, wildlife conservation and forest utilisation.
Ircon International Limited (IRCON)
Ircon International Limited (IRCON) is an engineering and construction organisation, specialized in transport infrastructure. The PSU was established in 1976, by the government under the Indian Companies Act 1956. IRCON was registered as the Indian Railway Construction International Ltd., a wholly (100%) owned entity of the Ministry of Railways. Its primary charter was the construction of railway projects in India and abroad. IRCON has since diversified into other transport and infrastructure segments and with its expanded scope of operations around the world, the name was changed to Indian Railway International Ltd. in October 1995. The Ircon is well known for undertaking challenging infrastructure projects, especially in difficult terrains in India and abroad. Ircon has completed over 1650 major infrastructure projects in India and over 900 major projects across the globe in more than 31 countries.
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