shri akbar hameed jung joined the central electricity regulatory commission as a member on 18th february 2005. before joining the commission shri jung was secretary, ministry of civil aviation and chairman, air india limited w.e.f 1st june 2000 to 28th february 2002. he served as special secretary, ministry of power from 20.12.1999 to 31.5.2000.
shri jung acquired one year training at birmingham university, u.k. for development administration and dynamics of change. he has done a two-month training course in public enterprise management at harvard, usa. he has also done personnel management in iipa and administrative staff college in public enterprise and project financing conducted by the economic development institute of the world bank.
while shri jung was additional secretary and financial adviser, ministry of steel & mines from august 1997 to 19th december, 1999, he remained on the board of sail, kudremukh iron ore company, vizag steel plant, nalco, balco, hindustan zinc limited and hindustan copper ltd. his responsibilities involved disinvestment of psus, financial restructuring, trade & purchase of vast amount of raw material, finalization of contracts. as financial adviser, responsibilities, inter-alia involved financial and business restructuring of public enterprises, budgetary control and offering finance advice to the secretaries/ministries on important proposals.
he held the post of additional deputy comptroller & auditor general from august 1996 to july 1997 and supervised accounts of the states & centre & in-charge of revenue audit-direct taxes of the government of india mainly income tax & states sales tax. he served as joint secretary, ministry of power from july 1991 to july 1996 and remained on the board of ntpc, pfc, and power grid corporation. during this tenure his job was to look after transmission (power grid) and power generation (ntpc), dvc, coordination of coal movement for sebs. he was in-charge of management of the five power grids. he had close interaction with world bank.
shri jung was social security adviser to government
of afghanistan for three years between 1984-1987. he was accountant
general – maharashtra
and director general, central revenues, new delhi. he worked as fa & cao & later
as central provident fund commissioner under the ministry of labour.
he also served as deputy secretary in the ministry of home affairs – in-charge
of para military forces like bsf, crpf, itbp, cisf and ib. in cag
office he was in-charge of personnel and was posted to london for
audit of european missions.
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