Brief Profile of Shri R.P. Srivastava, Director(Personnel &IR),CIL

Shri R.P. Srivastava

Shri R.P. Srivastava has assumed charge of Director (Personnel & Industrial Relations), Coal India Limited on 31.01.2018. Prior to his joining, he was working as Executive Director (Corporate Services) in Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd., Visakhapatnam. He holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Management from MDI Gurgaon. Shri Srivastava began his professional career over 37 years ago with Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd. in Visakhapatnam Steel Plant as a Management Trainee (Administration). He holds expertise in whole gamut of HR Management and is experienced in all the latest developments in HR field including shaping of organisation culture, improving employees’ engagement, proactive I.R., Learning & Development, Organisation Development, Knowledge Management, TQM, etc.As Director (Personnel & IR) of CIL, Shri Srivastava is responsible for formulation and implementation of personnel policies for CIL as a whole. He holds Directorship at two more companies, viz. Western Coalfields Ltd. and Central Coalfields Ltd. He is also a member of the Board of Trustees of Coal Mines Provident Fund Organisation, a member of Board of Governors as well as Board of Trustees of Indian Institute of Coal Management, Ranchi, a premier Managerial Training Institute in Coal Industry and a Member of Central Advisory Contract Labour Board, Ministry of Labour & Employment, Govt. of India which have witnessed rich contributions from him in their activities. Due to his efforts, following long pending issues have got decided and implemented leading to higher satisfaction levels among CIL employees and other stakeholders .Smooth implementation of wage revision of non-executive employees, continued peaceful Industrial Relations, Pay revision of executives w.e.f. 1.1.2017, implementation of Defined Contributory Pension scheme for executives due from 2007, enhanced additional ex-gratia amount of Rs.15.00 Lakhs (over & above statutory payments) for contract workers who meet with fatal mine accident, settlement of pending cases leading to approx. 3,000 promotions amongst executive cadre, decentralised recruitment of doctors, etc. to name a few.