NexGen Energia Appoints Retired IAS, IPS Officers to its Advisory Board
Clean fuel energy company NexGen Energia Ltd has appointed five senior-level retired government officials including two IAS and three IPS officers as the strategic advisors to its board.
September 29, 2021. By Manu Tayal
The company converts waste into CNG (CBG), Green Diesel, Bio Coal, etc, and growing this network through franchise route.
The appointment of these key executives will further strengthen the advisory board of the company, which is on a fast track to growth.
The new members who have joined the board are Raghav Chandra IAS (retd) had been a member of different Committee of Secretaries of the Government of India (GoI) to report to the current Prime Minister.
Also, Girish Shankar IAS (retd) is an ex-Secretary to GoI in the Department of Heavy Industry, Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises.
On the other hand, Om Prakash Singh DGP (retd) is a 1983 batch IPS officer of the Uttar Pradesh cadre. He was the Director-General of Uttar Pradesh Police and had previously served as the Director-General of CISF and Director General of NDRF.
Moreover, Gupteshwar Pandey DGP (retd) is also a retired Indian Police Service officer. He served as Director-General of Police of Bihar.
KN Tiwari DGP (EOW Madhya Pradesh) (retd) previously DGP of Economic Offences Wing & awarded with Police Medal for Meritorious Service in 2002 and President’s Police Medal Distinguished Service in 2011.
Commenting on this move to further strengthen the company’s advisory board, A P Pathak ADG (retd), Managing Director of NexGen Energia, said, “we are excited to welcome these intellectual brains as in the role of key advisory. Our association with them will help bring a new and fresh perspective which will help add to the growth momentum for NexGen Energia.”
“Being top government officials and coming from different geographies they are well versed with the government policy, have great connects and understand the government initiatives therefore they will help guide NexGen to contribute towards the larger picture,” Pathak added.
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