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Daljeet Singh takes charge as Director (Works), DMRC

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Mr. Daljeet Singh has taken charge as Director (Works) of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC).   
 
Before assuming charge of his new assignment, Mr. Singh was working as Director (Works & Infrastructure) in Lucknow Metro  and  was involved in the planning, design and construction of 23 km of North-South Corridor of Phase IA of Lucknow Metro Project. 
 
He was instrumental in commissioning of priority corridor of 8.5 km in less than three years, a press release from DMRC said.
 
Mr. Singh is a civil engineer who did his B.Tech from I.I.T. (BHU), Varanasi and M.Tech. from I.I.T. Kanpur . He joined the Central Public Works Department (CPWD) in 1988 through Indian Engineering Services (IES) examination and was posted in various wings of CPWD. He also worked with DMRC from 1998 to 2014 and held various roles and position.
 
 In DMRC, he was involved in the construction of its first underground corridor from Central Secretariat to Vishwavidyalaya (11 km) of Phase-I during 1998-2004.  He was also involved in the construction of I.T. Park buildings as a part of DMRC Property Development and 'Metro Bhawan', the headquarter building of DMRC.  He was involved in the design and construction of 15 km elevated corridor from Qutab Minar to HUDA City Centre under Phase-II and design and construction of 13 km underground Metro Corridor from Kalkaji to Vasant Vihar under Phase-III of Delhi Metro project.
 
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