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Rinkesh Roy has done his Masters in Public Management from Harvard University and National University of Singapore. He graduated in Economics (Hons) from Ravenshaw College, securing 1st position in Utkal University. He was awarded the Lee Kuan Yew Fellowship in 2013.
He joined the Indian Railway Traffic Service (IRTS) in 1992 on South Eastern Railway. Rinkesh Roy has developed an expertise in logistics, operations and strategic planning. He has worked in varied capacities and has rich experience in the interface and working of iron-ore mines, Steel Plants, Collieries, Power Plants and Port operations. He was also associated with the formulation of the 12th Five Year Plans of the Ministries of Railways, Coal and Power.
He has worked in varied capacities in the Railway Operations Department at Khurda Road, Sambalpur, Waltair, Kharagpur, Chakradharpur and Bilaspur Divisions. He has vast experience at the Railway Board level - working there as Director (Planning) and Director, Traffic Transportation. He has worked in East Coast Railways as Secretary to General Manager and as Chief Freight Traffic Manager of ECOR, wherein he was a member of the Team that made it the highest freight-loading Railway. As GM/Operations in CRIS, he has developed a mobile application called ‘Parichaalan’ for freight operations.
He was part of a select team that visited the United States of America for Project Implementation of 25 Tonne axle load wagons. He has been to Japan on training for the Dedicated Freight Corridor (2007) and Urban Transport Systems (2010).
Posted as Chairman, Paradip Port Trust with effect from 23rd December, 2015 he was in additional charge of CMD, Kamarajar Port Ltd. from 2nd August, 2017 to 3rd June, 2018 and additional charge of Chairman, VOC Port Trust from 11th June, 2018 to 11th January, 2019. From 12.05.2019 he has been holding the additional charge of Chairman, Visakhapatnam Port Trust and Dredging Corporation of India.
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.”