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Alka Mittal takes charge as Director (HR) of ONGC

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Dr Alka Mittal took charge as Director (Human Resources) of the public sector Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited here on Tuesday.
 
A post graduate in Economics with an MBA (HRM) and a doctorate in Commerce and Business Studies, Dr. Mittal had joined ONGC as a graduate trainee in 1985 and brings with her an extremely rich experience spanning over three decades, a press release from the company said.
 
She is on the Board of ONGC Mangalore Petrochemicals Limited (OMPL) as ONGC nominee Director since August 2015.
 
Prior to joining as Director (HR), Dr Mittal held the post of Chief Skill Development (CSD) of the Company. In her capacity as CSD she streamlined the activities and brought in uniformity in the working of the Skill Development Centres promoted or supported by ONGC. During this period, she has also implemented Apprenticeship Training scheme in ONGC engaging more than 5000 apprentices across all work centres.    
 
Previously she worked as Head, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), at Corporate Office and took up major CSR projects across India, the release added.
 
Earlier, she led the HR-ER functions in various capacities across regions including Vadodara, Mumbai, Delhi and Jorhat and was also the Head of Corporate Communications, Delhi during 2009.
 
She is an Executive Committee member of NIPM (National Institute of Personnel Management), and was President of Forum for Women in Public Sector (WIPs) Northern Region till recently and heads the Women’s Development Forum of ONGC, the release added.
 
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