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Shri N. Vaiyapuri, Traffic Manager, Chennai Port Trust has joined as Deputy Chairman of Paradip Port Trust from 09.03.2015. He is basically a Mechanical Engineering Graduate from Madras University and also done his MBA. He has also obtained Master’s Degree in Port Management and Harbour Administration with Distinction conducted by APEC at ANTWERP, BELGIUM from October, 1988 to July, 1989. He has started his career as Asst. Traffic Manager in the year 1983 in Chennai Port Trust and rose to different levels. He has been promoted as Traffic Manager of Mormugao Port Trust in the year 2006 and worked for 6 years and, thereafter, came in the same capacity of Traffic Manager to his parent Port i.e., Chennai Port Trust and worked for two & half years and currently he has been promoted as Deputy Chairman of Paradip Port Trust.
Being worked in Port operations throughout his career for more than three decades, he possesses practical knowledge in the traffic operations. He has introduced RFID based Access Control System in Mormugao Port Trust during the year 2010 for the first time amongst the Major Ports. He is also responsible for introduction of Half Shift Gang System in Chennai Port Trust on 04.02.2013 which is also first of its kind amongst the Major Ports and this proactive action has not only improved ship day output but also reduced the handling cost. The scheme was well acknowledged by the trade in particular by the Steamer Agents Association and Stevedores Association. The efforts taken by him for reducing the prevailing congestion was well appreciated by all stakeholders. He is also responsible to increase the working hour from 7 hours to 7.30 hours during first shift at Chennai Port by reducing the recess hours from 1 hour to ½ hour from May, 2014.
Shri U. R. Mohan Raju has assumed the post of Secretary of Paradip Port Trust on 04.05.2015. Prior to this assignment, Shri Raju worked as Secretary in V.O Chidambaranar Port Trust. He had started his career as a Class I Officer in the year 1989 in Visakhapatnam Port Trust. He holds a Master’s Degree in Industrial Relations & Personnel Management and a Law Degree.
Sri U.R.Mohan Raju has received citation of merits previously from VPT and VOCPT. He has wide experience in HR, IR, Welfare, Establishment, Administration, Legal and also in SAP-HR.
He is a Graduate in Mechanical Engineering from the Regional Engineering College, Surat with Masters Degree from Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi. He attended Course on Environmental Management at University of Bradford and University of Manchester on prestigious British Chevening Scholarship.
He is an officer belonging to 1994 batch of Indian Railways Service of Mechanical Engineers (IRSME). In addition to varied experience in Railway sector, he had exposure to Port Logistics and Project activities of Oil and Gas Sector by virtue of an earlier deputation.
Passed out from Training Ship T. S. Rajendra in 1978 and started his marine career with M/s. India Steam Ship Co. Ltd., where he worked in various ascending capacities till he was given command of a vessel in 1989.
He joined Cochin Port in 1992 as a Marine Pilot and eventually was elevated to the post of Deputy Conservator in 2006 where he continued till 2015. In June 2015, he was transferred as Deputy Conservator to Paradip Port Trust.
Post graduate in General Surgery from MKCG Medical College, Berhampur, Odisha. Trained in Laparoscopic Surgery and Endoscopy. Served in Govt. of Odisha for more than 11 years as Asst. Surgeon. Joined Paradip Port Trust in October, 1998 as MO-cum-Asst. Surgeon, subsequently promoted to the post of Specialist in Surgery in 2006. Got selected for the post of Sr. Dy. CMO, Chennai Port Trust and worked there from April, 2012 to June, 2013. Got selected as Chief Medical Officer of Cochin Port Trust and worked there from July, 2013 to April, 2015. Thereafter, joined in Paradip Port Trust on 27.04.2015. Managing PPT Hospital with an intention to make it “a better place for patients.”