By Rusen Kumar
NEW DELHI: Gyaneshwar Kumar Singh, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Corporate Affairs is appointed as new Director General and Chief Executive Officer (DG & CEO) of Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA), a think tank that comes under the Corporate Affairs Ministry, Govt. of India. He will be replacing Sunil Arora.
Gyaneshwar Kumar Singh, Indian Post & Telecommunication Accounts and Finance Service (IP&TA&FS) of 1992 batch, appointed Joint Secretary for the period of five years with effect from August 4, 2016.
Prior to Sunil Arora; Pritam Singh, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Govt. of India also served as DG & CEO.
Dr Bhaskar Chatterjee has served as the first full time DG & CEO and contributed immensely to the organization.
IICA works on measures to improve the corporate growth and regulation, among others. IICA has an objective to develop and establish a new discipline of ‘Corporate Affairs’ for holistic treatment of matters impacting on corporate functioning and provide instruction and capacity building in the subject to a wide range of stakeholders drawn from the government, regulators, professionals and public.
Rusen Kumar is the Editor at India CSR Network, one of the world’s largest and popular CSR Newswire.