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Sanjeeb Kumar (IRAS) assumes charge as Director (Finance) of RVNL

Sanjeeb Kumar (IRAS), who was working as Executive Director (Finance/PPP) in the Railway Board, has assumed charge as Director (Finance) of RVNL on Wednesday

New Delhi: Sanjeeb Kumar (IRAS) has assumed charge as Director (Finance) of Rail Vikash Nigam Limited (RVNL), a Miniratna PSU under the administrative control of the Ministry of Railways, on Wednesday. Prior to this assignment, he was working as Executive Director (Finance/PPP) in the Ministry of Railways. He has been appointed on the post of Director (Finance) of RVNL with effect from May 6, till the date of his superannuation or until further orders, whichever is earlier. Kumar has also been nominated as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the company on the same day. This information has been shared by the Rail PSU in a regulatory filing to the stock exchange on Wednesday.

Sanjeeb’s profile

Kumar is an Indian Railway Accounts Service (IRAS) officer 1989-batch. He holds MA, LLB and MBA degrees from the University of Delhi. Prior to joining Indian Railways, he held many important positions in different public sector companies, few of them under Railways. He has about ten years of corporate experience in DMRC and IRCTC as part of senior management. He is also part-time Director (Government) nominee on Bastar Railway Private Limited, Madhepura Electric Loco Private Limited (MELPEL) and GE Diesel Locomotive Private Limited (GEDLPL).

Rail Vikas Nigam Limited (RVNL)

Rail Vikas Nigam Limited (RVNL) is a government organisation associated with Indian Railways. RVNL’s task is to build engineering works required by Indian Railways. Indian Railway network particularly High-Density Network, which connects the four Metro Cities of Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai and Mumbai including the diagonals, is oversaturated.