Shri Vivek Sahai has taken over as the new Chairman, Railway Board

Shri Vivek Sahai has taken over as the new Chairman, Railway Board

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Shri Vivek Sahai takes over as Chairman, Railway Board, in New Delhi on May 31, 2010.

Shri Vivek Sahai has taken over as the new Chairman, Railway Board and ex-officio Principal Secretary to the Government of India, Ministry of Railways, here today. He replaces Shri S.S.Khurana who superannuated today from this post. Prior to this Shri Sahai has been holding the post of Member (Traffic), Railway Board since 28th December 2009.
Shri Sahai , an IRTS Officer of 1973 batch, has held several key posts on Indian Railways, such as General Manager, Northern Railway, General Manager North Central Railway, Additional Member Traffic, Railway Board, Chief Operations Manager, Western Railway, Divisional Railway Manager, Mumbai, Central Railway, Chief Freight Transportation Manager, Western Railway, Executive Director, Railway Board, New Delhi, Chief Operations Manager, Konkan Railway Corporation Limited. He also has extensive experience in suburban train operations in Mumbai, having worked as Divisional Railway Manager, Mumbai Division of Central Railway and Addl. General Manager, Western Railway where he also handled the aftermath of serial bomb blasts.
Shri Sahai holds a post graduate degree in Science (Physics) from Allahabad University. He has been trained in US Rail Roads & SNCF (French Railways) under UNDP Project in the year 1989. He was also part of an Indian delegation which was sent to study the privatization of British Railways in 1996. He has also participated in advanced leadership programme held at Stern Business School, New York, USA in 2007.

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