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Sh. Sanjiv Swarup

since 04.08.2015

Service/ Cadre/ Allotment year IRSEE/1982 Batch
Date of Birth 10.06.1961
Place of Domicile Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
Languages Known English, Hindi, Bengali
Contact Details Phone: 011 24367293 | Telefax: 011 24367293 | E-Mail: cvo[dot]nbcc[at]nic.in


  • Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) in 1982 from IIT Roorkee, formerly University of Roorkee, Roorkee
  • Master of Technology (Power Systems) in 1984 from IIT Kanpur


He had joined the Ministry of Railways in 1984 in the Indian Railways Service of Electrical Engineers(IRSEE) cadre as Assistant Electrical Engineer through the Engineering Service Examination conducted by UPSC. After completion of his Probation period in 1986, he has served the erstwhile South Eastern Railways for 11 years, working in the field of maintenance and operation of Electric Locomotives, Traction Distribution Systems and Electrical General Services of Power and Coaching sides.

He worked as Joint Director/Director in the Research and Design wing of Railways, RDSO for six years from 1997 to 2003 and was instrumental in developing and commissioning of the imported state of the art 3 phase electric locomotives and its adapted version high power WAP7 passenger electric locomotive was designed and developed by Indian Railways during his working in RDSO.

He has also served as Director in the Ministry of Environment & Forests on Deputation for about 5 years from 2003 to 2008 under the Central Staffing Scheme, where he was administering the river and lake pollution abatement projects under National River Conservation Plan(NRCP) and National Lake Conservation Plan(NLCP), which included among others, the works under Ganga and Yamuna Action Plans.

On return from Deputation, he worked in RDSO at Senior Administrative Grade(SAG) level from 2008 to 2013 looking after the design and development work of Static Electric Equipment of Electric Locomotives and Electric Multiple Units(EMUs). He has also undergone an exposure in Japan on the working of High Speed Bullet Trains. Besides, he has visited a number of other countries like US, South Africa, Austraila and Switzerland in connection with various projects of Indian Railways and Ministry of Environment and Forests.

Before joining as Chief Vigilance Officer(CVO) in NBCC, he was working as Senior Deputy General Manager on the North Central Railway at Allahabad for about two and half years looking after the Vigilance and General Administration activities of the Zone.