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IRCTC CMD Rajni Hasija gets tenure extension

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New Delhi: Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation's (IRCTC) Director (Tourism & Marketing) Rajni Hasija, who is also holding the additional charge of IRCTC's CMD post, has been given a tenure extension on her additional charge. According to an order from the Ministry of Railways, the Competent Authority has approved the extension of the additional charge of the post of the IRCTC CMD assigned to Hasija till July 31, 2022, or till a regularly selected incumbent joins the post or until further orders, whichever is earlier. This information has been shared by IRCTC in a regulatory filing to the stock exchanges on Wednesday.

Hasija is an officer of the Indian Railway Traffic Service (IRTS) of 1989-batch. She has been serving on the Board of IRCTC since May 18, 2018. She is a science scholar with an M Phil from Delhi University. She also possesses a post-graduate diploma in Human Resource Management and a degree in Law. In her illustrious career in Indian Railways spread over 29 years, she has worked in various managerial capacities in various divisions, zones as well as various Public Sector Undertakings and has extensive experience in the field of IT, marketing, operations and planning over Indian Railways.

Hasija has also been associated with IRCTC in the capacity of Group General Manager handling IT business segment and also overall in-charge of an entire zone. She had a pioneering role in the inception and development of the internet ticketing site of railways ‘www.irctc.co.in’. With her sound technical knowledge, organising and planning skills and ability to communicate with her peers and team, she has successfully completed very challenging and time-bound projects for IRCTC, which ranged from planning and execution of the dynamic online cum counter ticketing platform for Commonwealth Games 2010 to International Marketing of Maharajas’ Express Luxury Tourist Train.

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