Anand Kumar Singh
Assistant Professor - Selection Grade
Date of Joining: 28/03/2018 (Regular)
B. Tech. (Civil Engineering), Regional Engineering College Kurukshetra
M.Tech (Transportation Systems Engineering), IIT Bombay
Diploma in Transport Economics & Management, IRT, Institute of Rail Transport, New Delhi
Diploma in Multi-modal Transport & Logistics Management, Institute of Rail Transport, New Delhi
Post-Graduate Diploma in Management (Finance & Operations), Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management
14 years of professional experience in concept to implementation aspects of Transport projects like planning, feasibility, appraisal, review, monitoring, evaluation, supervision and bid-process management.
Infrastructure Improvement in India, Tokyo, Japan 3;
PTV training for VISSIM, VISWALK and VISUM, New Delhi,
Area of Specialization:
Transportation Systems Engineering
Traffic Engineering and Transportation Planning
Consultancy services for Transportation projects – Feasibility studies, DPR, CMP and other urban transport planning projects like Metro, BRT etc.
Transaction Advisory Services (RFP/RFQ and Contract management)
Research & Publication:
Dedicated Freight Corridor – Vital for getting Rlys back on Track’, Article Published in Financial Express, New Delhi dated April 27, 2016.
- ‘Indian Railways: Growth Engine of India’, InnoRail India 2016, a conference on Modern Technologies and Innovations in Railways organized by CII in association with RDSO, Ministry of Railways, 1-3 December 2016 Lucknow.
- ‘New Concepts in Eco-friendly Management of Urban Transportation Projects’ published and presented in PRITHVI Global Eco Meet, Trivandrum, 19-28 Feb.2005
- ‘Environmental & Safety Aspects of the Proposed Subway Alternatives under Mumbai Urban Transportation Project -II’ published at PRITHVI Global Eco Meet, Trivandrum, 19-28 Feb. 2005 (Co-author).
'Review of Transportation Infrastructure Projects in Mumbai using Geospatial Information' published in International Conference (MapAsia 05), Jakarta, Indonesia, 22-25 Aug 2005