Dinesh K Sarraf has been nominated to the governing body of CSIR for a period of three years.
GN Bureau | April 10, 2017
The Prime Minister of India, in his capacity as ex-officio President of CSIR, has nominated Chairman and Managing Director of ONGC limited, Dinesh K Sarraf as a member of governing body of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR).
Sarraf has been nominated to the governing body of CSIR for a period of three years. The governing body is the apex body of CSIR for all decision making processes.
CSIR is scientific Research and Development organisation set up with a mandate to promote guide and coordinate scientific and industrial research in the country with its 38 Research and Development laboratories and institutes. Eminent and learned personalities from various fields are nominated to the governing body as members
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