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Rural Electrification : Dr. P.V. Ramesh, IAS takes over as CMD of REC

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01/17/2017 | 05:45am CET

Dr. P.V. Ramesh, an IAS officer of the 1985 batch of Andhra PradeshCadre has taken over as Chairman and Managing Directorof Rural Electrification Corporation Limited (REC)on 5th January, 2017. Prior to joining REC, Dr. Ramesh was the Special Chief Secretary, Environment, Forest, Science & Technology and Development Commissioner in the Government of Andhra Pradesh. He is a trained Doctor from the Christian Medical College & Hospital, Vellore.

He has, during his service tenure of over 31 years, held important positions of Principal Finance Secretary, Principal Secretary Department of Healthand Family Welfare and Commissioner of Industries in the Government of Andhra Pradesh. He headed the State Reorganization Department that reorganized the state of Andhra Pradesh.

He has served in the United Nations Organization for nearly 13 years, where he was responsible for formulating national development strategies and plans, programmedesign, supervision, monitoring, evaluation, fund administration and Programme Management. He had been a staff member of IFAD, UNOPS and UNFPA. He worked in several countries across Asia Pacificand Africa and worked in Europe and UNOPS Head Quarters in New York. During this stint with UNO, he has held high profile positions of the Country Programme Manager for Asia Pacific Division of IFAD/ UNOPS, Senior Portfolio Managerfor West Asia, Acting Director of UNOPS Regional Office for Southern Eastern Africa; and Country Representative for UNFPA to Afghanistan; Senior Advisor to Finance Minister of Afghanistan to mention a few.

REC is an enterprise of the Government of India under administrative control of the Ministry of Power, committed to providing financial assistance in the field of Generation, Transmission & Distribution in the Power Sector. REC is also the nodal agency for several GoIprogrammes such as DeenDayalUpadhyaya Gram JyotiYojana, UDAY, Power for Alland National Electricity Fund (NEF).

REC - Rural Electrification Corporation Ltd. published this content on 06 January 2017 and is solely responsible for the information contained herein.
Distributed by Public, unedited and unaltered, on 17 January 2017 04:45:00 UTC.

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