STATE TIMES NEWS KATRA: Ramesh Kumar on Wednesday took over the charge of the Chief Executive Officer, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board from Simrandeep Singh, the outgoing CEO. Later, the officers and staff of the Shrine Board organised a function to bid farewell to Simrandeep Singh and to welcome Ramesh Kumar.
Ramesh takes over as CEO
Speaking on the occasion, Simrandeep thanked all the officers and staff of the Shrine Board for their support and cooperation. He observed that Shrine Board is a brilliant organisation, adding that working in the Board for the past over a year has been a very rich and most satisfying experience. He added that there is an excellent working environment in the Shrine Board and everyone works hard with a missionary zeal. He referred to the various infrastructure development projects completed and employees’ welfare measures taken, adding that Kumar is a dynamic officer who would take more and more initiatives in the varied fields. Kumar in his address listed various infrastructure development projects completed for facilitation of the visiting pilgrims and staff welfare measures taken in the past and assured that the ongoing development projects and the initiatives taken by Simrandeep would be completed expeditiously. Kumar on this occasion presented a memento to Simrandeep and extended best wishes to him. Vivek Verma, Additional Chief Executive Officer; Dr. Arvind Karwani, Dy CEO and Sudesh Sharma, Manager, who spoke on the occasion, lauded the work done in the Shrine Board under Simrandeep Singh as CEO. They also extended warm welcome to Kumar. Among those present on the occasion were Hem Kant Prasher, Chief Accounts Officer; Amit Vermani, Deepak Dubey and Dr. Jagdish Mehra, Dy CEOs; Manu Hansa, Assistant CEO; other officers, area and unit heads, engineers and employees of the Shrine Board.
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