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Sanjay Kumar Mohanty takes over as new Member (Operations & BD) of Railway Board

Sanjay Kumar Mohanty has taken over the charge of new Member (Operations & Business Development) of Railway Board and Ex Officio Secretary to the government on Saturday

Sanjay Kumar Mohanty takes over as new Member (Operations & BD) of Railway Board
Sanjay Kumar Mohanty takes over as new Member (Operations & BD) of Railway Board

New Delhi: Sanjay Kumar Mohanty has taken over the charge of new Member (Operations & Business Development) of Railway Board (Ministry of Railways) and Ex Officio Secretary to the government of India on Saturday. Prior to his elevation to the post of Railway Board Member, Mohanty was serving as General Manager in South Eastern Railway.

Mohanty is an Alumnus of the Delhi School of Economics and belongs to the 1984 batch of Indian Railways Traffic Service (IRTS). He has worked in various important posts in Indian Railways viz. Principal Executive Director (Traffic Transportation) of Railway Board, Senior Deputy General Manager & Chief Vigilance Officer in East Coast Railway, Divisional Railway Manager in Khurda Road Division etc.

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Mohanty also worked with distinction in various senior capacities at Mumbai, Nagpur, Jhansi and in Konkan Railway, where he was well-known as the System Builder for various innovations in administration and train operations.

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