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Mr. Vikas Kumar, graduated in Electrical Engineering from University of Roorkee (now IIT) and did Masters in Opto-Electronics & Optical Communications from IIT-Delhi. He belongs to 1988 batch of Indian Railway Traffic Service. He has more than 32 years experience of all phases of Rail based Urban Transportation Projects including 18 years experience with Delhi Metro  (i.e. from 2004), the largest MRTS system in India having 390 KMS network; including Aqua line of NMRC and Rapid Metro Gurugram.
He has been involved in overall planning of various metro rail projects in India / Abroad, preparation of tender document and training of Officers & Staff. Being Managing Director of DMRC Ltd., Mr. Vikas Kumar is looking after all aspects of the working of the DMRC including Planning, construction of  Phase-IV project, Operations & Maintenance of existing lines, Business Development (Fare & Non-Fare Box Revenue), Consultancy Assignments in India / Abroad.


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