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Hari Mohan Gupta appointed as CMD, IRCON Int. Ltd.

Jul 1st, 2024 8:36 pm | By | Category: LATEST NEWS

Hari Mohan Gupta

The Appointments Committee of Cabinet (ACC) has reportedly approved the appointment of Hari Mohan Gupta, as the Chairman and Managing Director of IRCON International Limited. The Public Enterprise Selection Board has recommended the candidature of Hari Mohan Gupta, (IRSE) for the post of CMD, IRCON International in December last year, Hari Mohan Gupta was posted as Director (Infrastructure), Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation Of India Limited. Hari Mohan Gupta, is an Indian Railway Officer of 1989 Exam Batch (Indian Engineering Services, IES-89), graduated in Civil Engineering in 1988 from University of Roorkee (renamed as IIT/Roorkee) & worked as Executive Director (Works) in Ministry of Railways, Railway Board, New Delhi since 23-04-2019 to 12-10-2020. Before joining Ministry office, he worked for 7 years on deputation on a challenging Iconic Project as Chief Project Manager of Rewari-Dadri section of Western Dedicated Freight Corridor in DFCCIL Organization and was instrumental in acquisition of land in 7 Prime Districts (Rewari, Alwar, Mewat, Gurgaon, Palwal, Faridabad & GB Nagar of UP) of National Capital Region territory, ensuring Forestry clearances in all Districts including special permission to pass through Aravali Ranges by making a tunnel in Aravalies. All Designs & Drawings of the project components were finalized during his tenure and construction activities all along the alignment started in a big way. He is also having experience of track maintenance, repair/maintenance/operation/overhauling of huge Railway track machines responsible for laying/maintenance of Railway track network, tendering/contract finalization/arbitration/administration of Zonal Railways etc. etc. Also, during his stint in Railway Board while working as ED/Works, he helped Zonal Railways in a big way and gained lot of experience in project monitoring, financing & other related fields.

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