Delhi & District Cricket Association names new CEO, CFO & COO
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Delhi & District Cricket Association names new CEO, CFO & COO

by Saurabh Sharma Aug 02, 2018 • 21:14 PM

New Delhi, Aug 2 (CRICKETNMORE):  The Delhi & District Cricket Association (DDCA) on Thursday announced the appointment of Ravi Kant Chopra as Chief Executive Officer (CEO), P.C. Vaish as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and G.R. Saxena as Chief Operations Officer (COO) of its governing body.

The appointments have been made as per the recommendation of Justice Lodha Committee and in accordance with related orders of Supreme Court, a statement said.

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Chopra, who belonged to Indian Defence Estates Service (IDES:1978), has held the position of Director General, Defence Estates, Ministry of Defence. 

He has also served as senior adviser at the Max Institute of Health Education and Research (MIHER) and also as a Principal Staff Officer to the Cabinet Secretary for two years.

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Vaish has been Chairman and Managing Director of National Textiles Corporation Ltd (NTC). 

Earlier, he worked as Chief Manager, Finance, at NHPC (National Hydroelectric Power
Corporation). A Chartered Accountant of November, 1982 batch by profession, Vaish has chaired the boards of directors of several textile companies in the private sector.

Saxena worked as Senior GM, HR & Administration in Indian Express Newspapers (Mumbai) Ltd, and later as Senior Vice President - HR & Administration at The Indian Express. 

Commenting on the development, DDCA president Rajat Sharma said: "I am excited to have such experienced individuals to look after the day-to-day affairs of our association."

"These individuals have vast acumen and talent, and I am confident they will bring about fundamental and transparent changes in the working of Delhi's cricket body. I look forward to working with them in the coming weeks and months," he added.
 


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