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Shri P.L. Haranadh took over the post of Chairman, PPT today. He is an Indian Railway Traffic Service Officer of 1994 batch. He hails from Andhra Pradesh. He studied MSc & Ph.D from Indian Agricultural Research Institute, Pusa, New Delhi. During his 27 years of service, he worked in Indian Railways for 22 years and 5 years in Ministry of Shipping. Under the leadership of Shri Haranadh, PPT expects to reach new heights in terms of Cargo Handling. Soon after his joining while interacting with the media, he emphasized on making PPT the No.1 Major Port in the country during his upcoming tenure. He solicited sincere cooperation from all the stakeholders like employees, Unions, Customers, Port users, Stevedores, Steamer Agent, Unions, Govt .Machinery etc. for realising the Mission No.1. He stressed on prioritising completion of various upcoming projects at PPT, including the much ambitious Western Dock project at the earliest.
In his illustrious career in the Railways, Shri Haranadh worked as Sr.Divisional Operations Manager, Raipur Division and Chakradharpur Division. Dy. Chief Operations Manager of South Eastern Railway & South Central Railway and Chief Operations Manager (Marketing), East Coast Railway. Before joining PPT, he was working as Chief Freight Transportation Manager of East Coast Railway. He has rich experience in rail transportation, especially in freight operations, business development and traffic planning.
In recognition of many meritorious works, he received National Award for outstanding management in 2002 and in 2005 from Ministry of Railways.
He also worked as Deputy Chairman of Visakhapatnam Port from 2015-2020. He was instrumental in developing innovative marketing solutions like total logistics solutions to customers to attract cargoes like coal, containers etc. During his tenure, he contributed to overall growth of Visakhapatnam Port and the Port scaled up to 3rd position among major Ports.
Shri Asish Kumar Bose assumed the charge of Deputy Chairman, Paradip Port Trust on 07th February, 2020. Prior to this, he was working as Traffic Manager, Mumbai Port Trust. Shri Bose, prior to joining Mumbai Port, has held the post of Chief Manager (Traffic), JNPT and before this, he was Traffic Manager, Mormugao Port Trust.
Shri Bose is a Post Graduate in Science from Patna University. He has joined the Port Sector as a Management Trainee at Kolkata Port Trust on 1st January 1986. Thereafter, he joined Haldia Dock Complex under Kolkata Port Trust as Traffic Officer w.e.f. 1st January 1987 and worked there in various capacities. He has wide experience in Port Railway operations, handling of bulk cargo and containers, etc.
Shri D.N. Sondhi has taken over the charge of FA &CAO, Paradip Port Trust on 28th Oct, 2020.
Shri Sondhi started his carrier in Rajasthan Government as Jr. Accountant on 6th June, 1988; then he served various organizations at different positions in Neyveli Lignite Corporation Ltd, THDC India Ltd, Delhi Transco Limited, Delhi Power Company Ltd and Deendayal Port Trust. He also worked as nominee Director in Kutch Rail Company Ltd.
He is a fellow Member of Institute of Cost Accountants of India, also Masters in Commerce from Rajasthan University and Bachelor of Law from CCS University, Meerut. He has vast experience of more than 32 years in Govt, Power Sector and Shipping sector, in core area of finance, taxation, accounts and audit, regulatory issues and contract management etc.
Capt. A.C. Sahoo has joined PPT as Pilot on 05.10.2005 and promoted to the post of Harbour Master on 10.07.2018. Confirmed as Deputy Conservator, Paradip Port Trust on 26.10.2021.
He graduated from Utkal University in Physics in the year 1991. Joined Shipping Corporation of India in 1993 as Trainee Nautical Watch Keeping Officer. Cleared his Masters Foreign Going Vessels in 2002. He continued sailing in Indian and Foreign Flag Ships till 2005 before joining Paradip Port Trust as Marine Pilot.
Sri Saroj Kumar Das joined as Chief Mechanical Engineer, Paradip Port Trust on 28th January, 2019. Prior to that he has experience of Chief Mechanical Engineer, Cochin Port Trust from January, 2015 to July, 2017 and as Chief Mechanical Engineer, Deendayal Port Trust from July, 2017 to January, 2019. After graduated from Veer Surendra Sai University of Technology (VSSUT), formerly known as UGC, Burla, Sambalpur, Odisha, he started his career from Paradip Port Trust as Asst.Engineer (Mech.) on 12.08.1989 and subsequently promoted to the post of Executive Engineer and Supdt.Engineer. He joined as Dy.Chief Mechanical Engineer in Deendayal Port Trust in June, 2010.
He has attended International Seminar on Port Logistics organized by APEC - Antwerp / Flanders at Antwerp, Belgium on 25.02.2013..
He has acquired Certificate in Project Management (CIPM) conducted by International Institute of Projects & Program Management issued on December 26, 2018 at Noida.
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.”