DFC gets new MD: Move likely to help in achieving 2019 target

DFC gets new MD: Move likely to help in achieving 2019 target

Delayed for years, the Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC), the largest rail infrastructure project in India, just got a new managing director as it struggles to complete the job by 2019. Anshuman Sharma, a 1984-batch Indian Railway officer from civil engineering cadre and currently the director (project planning) on the DFC Board, has been selected to head the signature project that will create two railway corridors along the western and eastern flanks of the country exclusively for freight operations. In one of his previous postings, Sharma was associated with the Jammu and Kashmir rail link project’s 11-km Pir Panjal tunnel. Sharma’s selection for the top job was cleared by Public Enterprises Selection Board. Read More…

 

 

 

Credit By: Indian Express

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