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Rakesh Shrivastava Assumes Charge as Chief Vigilance Officer of Mumbai Port

Mumbai:

Port Wings News Network:

Shri Rakesh Shrivastava on 1 October assumed charge of the post of Chief Vigilance Officer, Mumbai Port Trust.

Shri Rakesh Shrivastava is an Indian Telecom Service 1997 Batch officer having about 22 years of wide experience in Handling Administration, Operational & Vigilance issues in various organizations and in various cities. He did his B.E. in Electronics and Communication and MBA in HRM.

He has served in various capacities at senior positions in Govt of India. Prior to this he was General Manager in RailTel Corporation of India Ltd., under Ministry of Railways. He had been entrusted with the responsibility of Monitoring and Implementation of this prestigious project of Govt. Of India, Bharat-Net in Gujarat on behalf of BBNL/ RailTel, covering 15 districts, 2 UT.

He also successfully handled the operation, marketing and implemented various Railways projects (like WiFi, CCTV cameras in stations) in Gujarat as Territory Manager. He provided e-Office solution from planning to commission along with User Training and all support for a smooth transition from manual to Digital workplace in Five Divisions of Indian Railways. Before that he also worked in various capacities in BSNL and Dept. of Telecommunication, Govt. of India, specially handling Staff & administration issues, Grievance, Disciplinary & Vigilance cases, RTI cases and had organized many Telephone Adalats during his tenure in DoT.

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