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Board Of Directors
Sl.No
Name & Address
Nominated by

1

Shri Shankar Aggarwal, IAS
Secretary - Ministry of Urban Development
Government of India
Chairman, Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd.
Nirman Bhavan
New Delhi 110 011

Govt of India

2

Shri C.K. Khaitan
Joint Secretary (UT)
Room No.138C
Ministry of Urban Development
Government of India
Director-BMRCL
Nirman Bhavan,
New Delhi - 110 011

Govt of India

3

Shri H.S. Anand
Director (Rolling Stock)
Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd &
Director, BMRCL
Metro Bhawan, Fire Brigade Lane
BaraKhamba Road, New Delhi-110001

Govt of India

4

Shri K.K. Aggarwal
Executive Director (Works Planning)
Railway Board
Ministry of Railways
Government of India
Rail Bhavan,Rafi Marg
New Delhi 110 001

Govt of India

5

Dr. M. Ravi Kanth
Chairman & Managing Director
Housing & Urban Development Corporation Ltd.
HUDCO Bhawan, Core 7 'A"
India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road,
New Delhi-110 003.

Govt of India

6

Shri D. Satya Murty,
Additional Chief Secretary to Government
Urban Development Department,
Government of Karnataka
Director, BMRCL
Vikasa Soudha
Bangalore-560 001.

Govt of Karnataka

7

Shri D.N.Narasimha Raju,
Additional Chief Secretary to Hon'ble Chief Minister
Government of Karnataka
Director,BMRCL,
Vidhana Soudha,
Bangalore 560 001

Govt of Karnataka
8
Shri I.S.N.Prasad
Principal Secretary to Government
Finance Department
Government of Karnataka
Director, BMRCL
Vidhana Soudha, Bangalore-560 001.
Govt of Karnataka

9

Dr. Ekroop Caur,
Managing Director,
Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation & Director-BMRCL
Central Office, 4th Floor,
Shanthinagar BusStation, K.H. Road,
Shanthinagar, Bengaluru - 560 027

Govt of Karnataka

10

Shri Pradeep Singh Kharola, IAS
Managing Director
Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd
3rd Floor, BMTC Complex
K.H.Road, Shanthinagar
Bangalore 560 027

Govt of Karnataka
11
Shri M. Naveen Kumar, IA&AS
Director (Finance)
Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd.
3rd Floor, BMTC Complex,
K.H.Road, Shanthinagar,
Bangalore 560 027
Functional Director

12

Shri Vijay Kumar Dhir
Director (P&P)
Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd
3rd Floor, BMTC Complex
K.H.Road, Shanthinagar
Bangalore 560 027

Functional Director

13

Shri N.M.Dhoke
Director (R.S.E.)
Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd
3rd Floor, BMTC Complex
K.H.Road, Shanthinagar
Bangalore 560 027

Functional Director

Curriculum Vitae

imgShri. Pradeep Singh Kharola, IAS, (1985 Karnataka Cadre). Managing Director, from GoK
Name
Shri. Pradeep Singh Kharola
Date of Birth
15th Sep. 1961
Service
IAS (1985) Karnataka Cadre
Official Address Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd
3rd Floor, BMTC Complex
K.H.Road, Shanthinagar
Bangalore 560 027
Telephone No 91-80-22969202,22969203 (office)
Email: md@bmrc.co.in
Academic Qualifications:
SL.
No.
Degree Subject Year Name of Institute Remarks
1 Masters in Development Management Development Management 2005 Asian Institute of Management; Manila Philippines Passed with Distinction
2 Master of Technology Industrial Engineering 1984 Indian Institute of Technology; New Delhi India Secured a CGPA of 10.00 out of a maximum of 10.00
3 Bachelor of Engineering Mechanical Engineering 1982 University of Indore, India Passed with Distinction
4 Diploma in Management Management 1994 All India Management Association; New Delhi
5 PhD Public Transport Systems 2014 Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi,  
 
Work Experience (Assignments held)
Sl..No Designation Period Nature of Job
1 Assistant Commissioner, Haveri and additional charge as Commissioner of Ranebennur City Municipal Council 1987-89 General regulatory and developmental administration. Supervision over the functioning of City Municipalities
2 Commissioner, Mysore City Corporation 1989-90 Municipal Administration
3 Deputy Commissioner Commercial Taxes(Intelligence) Bangalore 1990-1992 Tax administration
4 Deputy Commissioner, Dakshin Kannada District. 1992-93 General Regulatory and Developmental administration. Supervision over the City Municipal Council.
5 Additional Director of Industries(SSI)Bangalore 1993-1995 Industrial Development
6 . Deputy Commissioner, Belgaum District. 1995-1997 General regulatory and developmental administration. Supervision over the functioning of City Municipalities
7 Managing Director, Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation 1997-2001 Urban Transport
8 Director, Department of Tourism. Government of India. New Delhi 2001-2004 Tourism development
9 Further Studies. Master of Development Management (MDM) 2004-2005 Asian Institute of Management; Manila, The Philippines
10 Director, Department of Women and Child Development; Govt. of India May 2005 -Dec. 2005 Child development
11 Joint Secretary, Government of India; Administrative Reforms Commission Dec. 2005- Mar. 2009 Governance Reforms
12 Commissioner of Commercial Taxes; Government of Karnataka July 2009-June 2012 Tax Administration
13 Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister of Karnataka August 2012 to May 2013 Policy formulation at the apex level
14 Chairman, Karnataka Urban Infrastructure Development and Finance Corporation May 2013 to Aug 2013 Urban Development Financing
 
Experience in Urban Governance
a. Worked as Commissioner of Ranebennur City Municipal Council 1987-88: Ranebennur was a city with a population of about 100,000. The Commissioner is the Chief Executive of the City Government and helps the elected council in policy formulation and oversees their implementation. The basic function of the municipal body is to provide civic amenities to the citizens.
b. Worked as Commissioner of Mysore City Corporation-1989-90: Mysore city at that time had a population of about 0.5 million. The Commissioner is the Chief Executive of the City Government supervising over a staff of about 1500. The basic function of the Mysore City Corporation was to provide civic amenities to the citizens.
c. Supervised the functions of several urban local bodies as Deputy Commissioner of a district in Karnataka state 1992-93 and 1994-1996: The Deputy Commissioner is the administrative head of a district. A district has an area of 10,000 sq. km and a population of 2 to 3 million. Each district has several cities each administered by an urban local body. One of the tasks of the Deputy Commissioner is to supervise the working of all these municipal bodies.
 
Experience in Urban Public Transport:
a. Worked as the Managing Director of the Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) 1997-2001: The Managing Director is the Chief Executive of the transport company. Bangalore city, then had a population of 5 million. BMTC provided the backbone of public transport system in the city with a fleet strength of 2200 buses operated by a staff of about 15,000. The BMTC was transformed from a loss making entity with poor quality of service to a profit making company providing a good quality service.
Experience in Policy Making
a As Director in the Ministry of Tourism in the Government of India, helped the government in formulating policies for tourism administration and development. (2001-2004)
b As Joint Secretary of the National Administrative Reforms Commission helped in making reports to reform the administrative system in the country.(2005-2009)
c As Commissioner of Commercial Taxes helped the government in formulating tax policies and also overseeing the tax administration. (2009-2012)
d As Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister of Karnataka provided inputs for policy formulation at the apex level. The Chief Minister is the elected executive head of the state government. My role was to aid and advice the Chief Minister in Governing the State of Karnataka (Sixth Largest state in India). 2012-1013.
   
Major Achievements and Awards in the Career
a Made the Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) the only one making profits in the country..
b Won the National Award for e-Governance. (2012)
c Won the Prime Minister's Award for Excellence in Public Administration. (2013)
   

Research Publications

SL.No
Citation
Year
1 Kharola, P., and G. Tiwari 2008, "Urban Public Transport Systems: Are the Taxation Policies Congenial for Their Survival and Growth?". Economic and Political Weekly. Vol XLIII No. 41, 41-47. 2008
2 Kharola, P.S., Geetam Tiwari, and Dinesh Mohan 2010 "Traffic Safety and City Public Transport System: Case Study of Bengaluru, India". Journal of Public Transportation, Vol. 13, No. 4, (Published by University of South Florida, USA) 2010
3 Kharola, P.S. "Reforms in the public transport - a systems approach", in X. Godard and I. Fatonzoun, ed., Urban Mobility for All, Procedings of CODATU X Conference, Lomé (Togo), 12-15 November 2002, A.A. Balkema Publishers, Lisse, 2002. 2002
4 Kharola, P.S. and Gopalkrishna, B.. (2000). Public Sector private sector partnership. The immediate solution to problems of Urban Transport. . Urban Transportation and Environment: Proceedings of the International Conference CODATU IX, held Mexico City 11-14 April 2000. 617-623 2000
5 Kharola, P.S. 2008, "Financing Urban Public Transport". Urban Transport Journal. 7:2, 70-83 2008
6 Kharola, P.S. (2002). Reforms in Public Transport-the Need of the Hour. Proceedings of the National Conference on Transportation Systems (NCTS). IIT Delhi. 2002. 2002
7 Kharola, P.S. (December 2000). The turn Around Strategy for Management of Urban Bus Transport System. Urban Transport Journal, India. 1 (2), 2000
8 . Kharola, P.S.. (July 2000). Evolving a Transparent Procedure for Recruitment of Drivers. Indian Journal of Transport Management. 24 (7) 2000
9 Kharola, P.S.. (January 2001). Reducing the cost of Revenue Collection: an option available to the STUs. Indian Journal of Transport Management. 25 (1). 2001
10 Prem Vrat and Kharola, P.S. (1985). A Joint Optimisation Model for Inventory and Manpower Planning for recoverable items (in a bus company). Proceedings. 1985 ASME International. Computers in Engineering Conference. Aug.4-8-1985. Boston, Massachussets. USA. 3, 69-73. (Emphasis supplied) 1985
11 Kharola, P.S. and Prem Vrat. (1986). Maintenance Manpower and Inventory Planning in a Two Level Repair Inventory System (in a bus company): An integrated Approach. ; Maintenance Management International, Elsevir. 6 , 153-165. (Emphasis supplied) 1986
12 Kharola, P.S. and Gopalkrishna, B. and Prakash, D.C.. (June 2001). Monitoring Public Buses with GPS and GIS. GIM International; The Netherlands. 15 (6), 2001
13 Kharola, P.S. The High Capacity Urban Bus: Pre-requisites and Advantages. Proceedings of Annual Congress India's Urban Transport-Vision 2050; Institute of Urban Transport, New Delhi 2005
14. Kharola, P.S. (July-September 2001). 4. Monitoring Punctuality through Radio Frequency Method. Indian Journal of Transport Management. 25 2001
15 . Kharola, P.S., Gopalkrishna, B. And Sonala G Naik (1998). Hiring of Private Buses- the Floating Rate Concept. Indian Journal of Transport Management. 22 (10) 1998
16 Anaysis of Urban Transport Regime in India -Submitted to the Economic and Political Weekly. Not yet published
Contact details :
Email: md@bmrc.co.in
Phone: 91-80-22969202,22969203

Shri M. Naveen Kumar, IAAS,
Director (Finance), BMRCL.


img Shri M. Naveen Kumar is the serving Director (Finance) of Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited since mid-2013.

During his career in the civil service of Govt. of India spanning three decades as a Member of the Indian Audit & Account Service he has served as

Director in the Office of the Comptroller & Auditor General of India, Counsellor, High Commission of India, London, Accountant General of the States of West Bengal, Odisha and Maharashtra Principal Auditor of Strategic Navratna Central Public Sector Enterprises notably Bharat Electronics Ltd., Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd., as well as Miniratna CPSEs such as Antrix Corporation Limited, Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Limited, and Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Limited.

Principal Auditor of South Western Railway & Rail Wheel Factory, Bangalore.

Prior to his present appointment he was on secondment to Government of Karnataka and in the course of time has served as Managing Director of an array of State Public Sector Undertaking such as Power Company of Karnataka Limited, Mysore Sugar Company Limited and Karnataka Public Lands Corporation Limited.

Some of his significant achievements included:

a) Giving a new dimension to audit of privatization of electricity companies to ensure compliance to the basic tenets of privatization and bold action to give negative opinion in one of the largest privatized electricity company in early years.

b) Brining out complicit of situations involving swindling of Govt. money.

c) Handled staff related issues with alacrity and acumen.

d) Ensure timely settlement of State Govt. employees’ entitlement claims and issue of PF slips.

e) Pioneered the Audit Board set up in State Government.

 

N M DHOKE, Director (Rolling stock, Signalling & Electrical)


img Shri N M DHOKE, Director (Rolling stock, Signalling & Electrical),BMRCL is responsible for overall planning of System Works including Depot layouts and machinery, plants etc., for the project including finalization of Technical specifications, Design and Architecture, Tendering , Contracting and overall project administration. In addition, he is also in-charge of Operation and Maintenance

He did Engineering Degree in Electrical& Power from VRCE, Nagpur in 1982 and also possesses an MA Degree in Public Administration. Hehas worked in BHEL and Indian Navy for a short period before joining IRSEE services of Indian Railways in1986 andhas nearly28 years of extensive experience of Rail Transportation in various fields such as Rolling Stock, AC/DC EMU, AC Traction and Consultancy Services

During his distinguished career in Indian Railways, hewas associated with commissioning and setting up of Traction Distribution & Rolling Stock Organization on Nagpur and Jabalpur Division of Central Railway. During his tenure at Jabalpur Division,for the first time in India, 2 x 25 kV OHE systems of Traction was introduced and successfully commissioned with the help of Japan Railway Technical Service (JARTS).As an in-charge of EMU at POH Workshop, Matunga, Central Railway (2005-2007), most notable work done during his tenure was the reviving of 56 DC EMU rakes submerged and damaged in the deluge of 2006 in Mumbai Sub-Urban within a record time of 25 days

As part of the Indian Railway delegation, he visited UK & Sweden in 2006 to study EMU maintenance facility for the implementation on Mumbai Suburban and thus was instrumental in setting up the facility for periodical overhauling of state of Art AC-DC EMU coaches at Central Railway Workshop, Matunga While working in Railways hewas honored withthe Railway Minister’sAward in the year 2002-2003for the outstanding performance

Before joining as Director (RSE), BMRCL he was associated with Phase -I of BMRCL Project for over 6 years right from the conceptual stage to the commissioning of Rolling Stock, which includespreparation of bid documents, tender evaluation, review of designs, finalization of interface issues and stage inspection of coaches under manufacturing in Hyundai-Rotem, Korea as well as BEML, India

Due to his vast experience and expertise,ShriN.M.Dhoke was instrumental inintroducing various unique design features in Bangalore Metro Rolling Stock with enhanced passenger safety such asautomatic announcement based on the bits provided by Automatic Train Control (ATC) system which has been implemented for the first time in aMetro Train in India, Power Extension facility in APS circuit, introduction of oil free air compressor ( a step towards green solutions), “ Push- back” feature in saloon door to prevent injury to the passengers, Automatic Speed Restriction in case of Bogie Isolation / Air suspension defect, etc.


SHRI VIJAY KUMAR DHIR
Director (Project & Planning)


img Education:

ME (Structure)      University of Indore     First Division with Distinction 1983

BE(Civil)        University of Indore     First Division with Distrinction 1980
Bachelor of Law      Dr.Ambedkar Law College –Chennai.     Second Division 2001

Experience :

He has more than 30 years of experience in Railway Infrastructure work. Before joining BMRCL in April 2014, he was working in RITES LTD (Mumbai) as Executive Director/Group General Manager from 2003 onwards for 11 years. He was heading the Regional Project Office at Mumbai and gained experience in conducting feasibility studies, detailed engineering design and project management of Railway Infrastructure works such as Mumbai Suburban Railway system, Private sidings, Road over and Road under Bridges, Railway station and workshops.

Prior to joining RITES LTD, he worked in Indian Railways since 1984 in different positions from Asst.Engineer to Chief Engineer and gained extensive experience in planning, designing, contract management, construction supervision of new Railway lines, bridges, Railway stations, yards, Mass Rapid Transport System(Chennai). He functioned as arbitrator in number of dispute resolution cases in Southern Railway.
 

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