Sharad Kumar Srivastava Is New Additional General Manager Of East Coast Railway

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Bhubaneswar: Mr. Sharad Kumar Srivastava, an officer of the Indian Railway Service of Signal Engineer (IRSSE) of 1986 batch has joined in East Coast Railway as Additional General Manager, today.

Prior to the new posting, Mr. Srivastava was working as Principal Chief Signal & Telecom Engineer at Metro Railway, Kolkata. He also worked as Divisional Railway Manager of Adra Division under South Eastern Railway.

After completing his Engineering Graduation in Electronics & Telecommunication, from Madan Mohan Malviya Engineering College, Gorakhpur, Mr. Srivastava has joined Indian Railways in 1988. He has vast experience in Maintenance and Project implementation in the field of Signal & Telecommunication. He has worked in various capacities in Divisional and Zonal Headquarters in connection with Signaling and Telecommunication asset maintenance and execution of projects and has been praised from all corners.

He has vast knowledge and experience in Signal & Telecommunication systems in Indian Railways. He has also worked in various capacities in Indian Railways including in Research Design and Standard Organization (RDSO) and also worked in RailTel Corporation of India Limited at Kolkata as General Manager/Operations and contributed to the optimization of network resources and had contributed key role in projects implementation in Indian Railways. As a result, the punctuality of trains and infrastructure planning has been made possible.

Taking every task as a challenge, Mr. Srivastava always strives to move forward in fulfilling the mission of the Indian Railways. He has taken training on Managerial and Leadership from INSEAD/Singapore, ICLIF/Malaysia, and SDA BOCCONI/Italy during his career and implemented his experience in the development of Indian Railways, fruitfully. He is also associated effectively with planning and improvements in the maintenance of Signaling and Telecommunication assets and coordination of execution of Communication-Based Train Control (CBTC) projects.

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