Karmyogi Bharat Announces Non-Executive Directors To Its Board

Mission Karmyogi was brought two years back in order to make reforms in the country through civil services capacity. 


Mission Karyogi has announced to include non-executive directors in the team for a period of three years from the date of assumption of posts. The newly appointed bunch of non-executive directors include; Subramaniam Ramadorai (former advisor to the Prime Minister in the National Council on Skill Development), Santrupt Misra (Group director, Birla Carbon, director chemicals and director, group, Human Resources, for the Aditya Birla Group), Debjani Ghosh (President, National Association of Software & Services Companies (NASSCOM), Pankaj Bansal (Co-Founder and Group CEO of PeopleStrong), Nirmaljeet Singh Kalsi (IAS (retd.) and Secretary, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Government of India.

Mission Karmyogi is a national programme launched by the Central government in 2020 that aims to strengthen the core of India as a country through building civil services capacity. Through this mission, the government aspire to address the changes and reforms desired by the citizen. The mission is headed by Prime Minister, Narendra Modi himself while the Chief Executive Officer of this mission is Abhishekh Singh. By taking on board such veterans as non-executive directors, the government is looking forward to their vision and plans to accelerate the growth of this program. 

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