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S Borgohain new NEEPCO Director (personnel)


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Guwahati: Satyabrata Borgohain will assume the charge of Director (Personnel) in NEEPCO Ltd, Shillong on January 1, 2014. He is an HR professional with over 30 years of rich experience in Strategic Human Capital Engagement (SHCE) in social responsibility initiatives, talent attraction & development, industrial relations, formulation of personnel policies, improvement of HR systems, nurturing successors and developing committed team. He will replace IP Baruah, who retired on December 31, 2013.
Borgohain had acquired globally accredited MBA degree (EQUIS, Europe, AACSB, USA) from International Centre for Promotion of Enterprise, Slovenia, an inter-governmental organisation of constituent countries created by the United Nations for promotion and development of enterprises in the world. He was sponsored for this programme by the Department of Public Enterprises, GOI. A Gold Medalist in his post graduation studies with specialisation in Personnel Management & Labour Welfare, he obtained LL.B degree after completion of his graduation.
Borgohain had associated with POWERGRID from its inception and contributed significantly in its mergers & acquisitions, spin-off and amalgamation of people drawn from diverse cultures and tackled all issues of formation and integration of POWERGRID from 9 constituent CPSEs.


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