News: ITI Ltd appoints HR Director

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ITI Ltd appoints HR Director

Prior to joining ITI Limited, he has successfully headed Industrial Engineering and SAIL Uday Transformation and spearheaded several CSR initiatives including skill development through vocational trainings to improve employability for youths in the region.
ITI Ltd appoints HR Director

Pursuant to the order of Ministry of Communications, Department of Telecommunications, Shashi Prakash Gupta assumed charge as Director (Human Resource) of the company. 

With over three decades of rich experience in different areas of personal & administration, business excellence and CSR in two integrated steel plants and corporate office, he has been instrumental in formulating and implementing various HR policies to facilitate a productive work culture at SAIL (Steel Authority of India Limited).

Prior to joining ITI Limited, he has successfully headed Industrial Engineering and SAIL Uday Transformation and spearheaded several CSR initiatives including skill development through vocational trainings to improve employability for youths in the region.

He is B. Tech (Mech.) from REC, Warangal and also MBA from IGNOU, New Delhi.

ITI Limited is a public sector undertaking in the telecommunications technology segment. The company has manufacturing facilities in Bengaluru, Naini, Rae Bareli, Mankapur and Palakkad along with an R&D centre in Bengaluru and 8 regional offices in India. 

ITI deals with diverse suite of products including defense security encryption products; optical and data network products and passive infrastructure products such as gigabit passive optical network and manage leased line products. 

 

Topics: Appointments, C-Suite

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