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Shri Sinha has worked with L&T and Escorts Group, BSES Rajdhani Power Limited and Reliance Infrastructure Limited in various leadership positions. He also served on the Board of Directors of BSES Rajdhani Power Limited and BSES Yamuna Power Limited as a candidate for Reliance Infrastructure Limited. He has been associated with the company since 2006 and manages the financial, strategic, legal and corporate affairs of the company. He is also a member of the working group of the ICAI NPO Committee. He is the national organizer of the FCRA (Foreign Contribution Regulation Act) (CCONPOICAI) issues and has been appointed by ICAI as an expert to work with the FCRA department of the Ministry of the Interior to support them in their outreach programs. Clients include names such as ISCKON, HHI. CASA,, Upaya Social Venture, Samhita Social Venture, A R Rahman Foundation, EHA, EFI, Dr. Reddy Foundation, Essar Foundation, Narayan Hridualaya, Asia Heart Foundation, SITI, Khabar Lahariya, TDH Germany, Scottis Love in Action, Stop Hunger Now, Good CSR Foundation, Goonj & Compassion International. Iii.

Additional Secretary, Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India, As a guest lecturer at ICAI (Institute of Chartered Accountants of India), he has trained over 5000 accountants in various fields over the past 5 years and was awarded as the best faculty by NIRC-ICAI in early 2015. Shri S.S. Kohli chaired the Association of Indian Banks, a forum to promote the interests of banks, for two terms and was a member of several committees related to financial sector policy. The committees he chaired dealt with a wide range of issues relating to the financing of small and medium-sized enterprises, the deliberate default of loans, the development of human resources in the banking sector and the reconstruction of small non-performing industries, etc. She began her career in 1974 as an officer in the Indian Defence Accounts Service. She has a wealth of experience in finance, internal audit, accounting and general administration. BSES Bhawan, Nehru Place, New Delhi 110019 nearest landmark: Nehru Place Bus Terminus. Shri Verma was heavily involved in the formulation of the policy by the government and especially after the adoption of the Electricity Law of 2003. During his time at CEA, Shri Verma also led various departments dealing with fuel management, research and development, development and human resources and IT management in the energy sector. He was responsible for the 17th Electricity Inquiry as chair of the committee and the planning document for the 11th plan as a member of the secretary of the task force set up by the planning commission at the time. Planning for the energy sector was Shri Verma`s main responsibility as a member of the CEA. A joint venture of Reliance Infrastructure Ltd.

and the Delhi NCT Government. Dr Vijayalakshmy Gupta, 69, is a retired defence minister and a former member of the TRAI. She has held various key positions throughout her career, including: Shri S S Kohli, 71, is a graduate of Mechanical Engg. of BHU, CAIIB was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of India Infrastructure Finance Company Limited (IIFCL), a wholly owned company of the Government of India, which was engaged in infrastructure promotion and development until April 2010. Under his leadership, the IIFCL began its activities and carved out a prominent place for itself in the financing of infrastructure projects. IIFCL`s support has made it possible to achieve faster financial completion of infrastructure projects in sectors such as motorways, airports, seaports, energy, etc. IIFCL received the “Most Admired Financial Infrastructure 2010” award from KPMG-Infrastructure Today. Shri Kohli has many years of experience as a banker spanning over 40 years as Chairman and Managing Director of Punjab and Sind Bank, Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI) and Punjab National Bank (PNB). She received her Master`s degree from Madras University in 1999 and her PhD from Barkatullah University, Bhopal in 2010.

She received the gold medal for the best thesis. Shri Punit Garg (57) is a qualified engineer, a member of Reliance Group`s management team since 2001 and is involved in a number of strategic decisions. Shri Verma has traveled extensively abroad and has made professional/official visits to the UNITED States, Canada, Europe, the United Kingdom, Poland, Belgium, Germany, the USSR, Asia, Vietnam, Africa, Kenya, Guyana and Nigeria, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. In his honor, he has published more than 50 professional articles and presented them in national and international forums. As a visionary, strategist and team builder, he has driven profitable growth through innovation and operational excellence. He also serves on the boards of IDFC Ltd., ACB (India) Ltd., Asian Hotels (West) Ltd., Reliance Infrastructure Ltd., SV Creditline Private Ltd. and Semac Ltd. ii.

Senior Advisor/Financial Advisor, Organising Committee, Commonwealth Games 2010, During his presidency of PNB, he led a complete transformation of the banking business through the implementation of core banking solutions and the introduction of various technology-based products and services, making it a tech-savvy bank. As a result, PNB has become the No. 1 bank among nationalized banks in terms of assets, asset quality, technology, PAT and return on assets. PNB has also become one of India`s most trusted brands, and the PNB Group has launched three successful public capital offerings during its tenure. Shri Anjani Kumar Sharma is an accountant by profession with a strong background in auditing, taxation and advising companies and NPOs. Shakti Kiran Building, Karkardooma, Delhi – 110032 Next landmark: Karkardooma Court. Shri V.S. Verma holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Agra University, followed by BE Mechanical (Hons) and ME Mechanical (Hons) in Applied Thermal Sciences from IIT Roorkee. It was also formed by UNDP, along with the CEGB, the United Kingdom and Gilbert Commonwealth of the United States. i. Deputy Secretary and Additional Financial Advisor, Ministry of Defence, Government of India, Shri Garg is currently Executive Director and CEO of Reliance Infrastructure Limited. He is a columnist for the Mumbai Mirror.

He also writes for First Post, Business Standard, IBNLive and The Economic Times. He is the author of several books, including Life Insurance in India: Emerging Issues, Three Questions about Insurance Liberalisation, Maharashtra`s EGS: Regional Patterns, Scope for Reforms and Replication. He is a co-founder and trustee of the Association for Democratic Reforms, an Indian civil society group that fights for transparency in Indian politics. As a member of the Eastern Regional Electricity Board (New ERPC), Shri Verma was responsible for coordinating grid operations to maintain electricity quality in the eastern region of the country in 1997-98 and was responsible for optimizing generation and transmission capacity, intergovernmental and interregional energy exchange, and production planning and billing, etc. Former Member and Chair of CERC, Member of CEA and Director General, Bureau of Energy Efficiency of India The Working Group on the National Action Plan on Climate Change in the framework of the National Mission to Improve Energy Efficiency”, Working Group for the Formulation of the Action Plan for the Development of the Energy Sector in the North-East Region, Committee of experts appointed by MNRE to assess the potential for geothermal energy production in puga geothermal fields in Ladakh, J&K, Working Group on Energy Sector Research and Development for the 11th Plan, was established under his chairmanship.