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Utpal Borah to head Oil India

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In a move that fetches joy for Assam and its people, a top ranked ONGC officer from Assam will head the Oil India Limited.

He is none other than Utpal Borah who is all set to sit in the helm of affairs of the oil public sector unit.

Borah, now Executive Director (Asset Manager) ONGC, who has been finalized for the post of OIL chairman cum managing director is expected to join within this month.

OIL has been running functioning without a full-time CMD since July 1 last year.

Public sector top management personnel recruiter Public Enterprises Selection Board last year conducted two interviews to select its head where Rupshikha Saikia Borah was selected. But the Prime Minister’s Office rejected the selection. The MoPNG search committee shortlisted 15 candidates for the interview. These 15 include three Baruah and Anil Kumar Jain, Pramod Kumar Sharma, Rahul Dasgupta, Utpal Borah, PK Rao, Dr Ashutosh Karnataka, Saumendra Kumar Baruah, Dr Sunil Y Bharati and Bedanta Sarmah, Robin Deka, SB Buragohain.

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Hearty Congratulation.

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