Ram Yadav


Ramavtar Yadav

    • B.E. (Mechanical), Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, 1968
    • Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing and Finance, Indira Gandhi National Open University, 2000
    • Indian Police Service (Jul 1973 – Sep 2006) (Last position Director General of Police, Andhra Pradesh)
    • Central Electricity Authority (Central Water and Power Commission) (Jan 1970 – Jul 1973) – Assistant Director
    • Engineers India Limited (Dec 1968 - Jan 1970)- Junior Engineer
    • Professional Training Programs: Communications, Internal Security, Industrial Security, VIP Security, Police Community Relations, Computers in Management, Crime Analysis, Police Leadership Development ( UK ).
    • Management Development Programs: MDP (ASCI), Research Methodology, New Economic Policy, Global Turnaround & Stability (IFTDO), Managing Turnaround & Transformation (IIM, Lucknow), Strategic Leadership (COSMODE), Strategic Leadership in Police (IIM, Kozhikode).
    • Foreign training:
    1. Engineering training at Hokushin Denki, Tokyo, Japan
    2. Police Leadership Development Program, UK
    3. Technology for Police, International Association of Police Chiefs, USA
    • Hindi
    • English
    • Punjabi
    • Telugu
    • Japanese (spoken)
    • Korean (spoken)
    Key Strengths
    • Situation Analysis , Strategy and Direction
    • Organization Development-Training , Motivation. Team Building
    • Community Development
    Experience Details Director General of Police (Training), Andhra Pradesh (Feb 2006 - Sep 2006) (Employees:  1,00,000 +)   KSA (Knowledge, Skills, Attitude) analysis to improve training programs. Police Research and Technology Development Cell to scan environment and develop suitable interventions/policy/equipment.   Director, National Crime Records Bureau, Govt. Of India (Feb 2002 - Feb 2006) ( Employees 400 ) e-governance in police. Development of National Policy on Information Technology for modernization of state and central police forces. Computerization of all Police stations in the country. National crime database – web enabled. Created Crime Analysis manual and training program. Training and Development of state police organizations. Training of Foreign Police officers from 30 Asian, African, CIS and Middle-Eastern countries. ISO 9001-2000 certification. Collaboration with Foreign Police Forces: National Criminal Intelligence Service (NCIS), West Mercia and Leicestershire police of  UK ; EUROPOL ; Australian Federal Police; International Association of Chiefs of Police - USA. Director General, Anti Corruption Bureau, Government of Andhra Pradesh (Dec 2000 – Feb 2002) ( Employees 400 ) Revitalizing the organization. Training and Motivation. Strategy and Direction. Creating impact. Instead of individual cases focused on systemic corruption in public dealing departments. Additional Director General of Police-Andhra Pradesh Special Police (APSP) (Aug 1997- Dec 2000) (Employees 15,000) When I took charge, force was demoralized following loss of 18 men in a Naxal attack. Revitalizing the organization to face naxalites (Left extremists) through Training and Motivation. Staff Welfare and Community Relations. Organizational Identity and Morale. Inspector General of Police - Civil Supplies Department (Dec 1996 – Aug 1997) (Employees 400) Systemic changes to plug diversion of food items from public distribution system. Situation Analysis and Operational Strategy. Training and Development . Commissioner, Prohibition and Excise (Feb 1995 - Mar 1995)  (Employees 1,000) Set in place an organization and systems for enforcement of the prohibition law which was enacted by New  Government. Revitalizing the organization, framing rules and regulations. Training and Development. Improve revenue collections. Vice Chairman & Managing Director- Andhra Pradesh NRI Investment Corporation    (ANRICH) (Apr 1994 – Apr 1997) (Employees 400) Formulation of investment promotion policy in the state to provide enabling legal frame work and delivery Mechanism. Identified priority areas for investments. Organized the first International Investment Conference. Motivated a number of  NRIs and other foreign investors to invest in the state. Played key role in making Hyderabad as IT industry hub. First Secretary - Indian Embassy – Seoul, Republic of Korea (South Korea) (Dec 1990 – Dec 1993) Investment promotion , building awareness and market development-Korean Chaebols namely Hyundai, Samsung, LG and Daewoo started investments. Conducted Indo-Korea Business Meet in collaboration with Korean Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Improved bilateral Cooperation in Science & Technology. Negotiated first ever  sale of Heavy Water Represented India in UN and other  Multilateral forum meetings held in Seoul. Director, Cabinet Secretariat, Government of India (Feb 1985 – Dec 1990) Information acquisition and analysis. Strategy and Direction. Deputy Commissioner of Police – South Zone, Hyderabad, A.P. (Aug 1984 - Feb 1985) (Employees 2,000) Managing Public Order and Peace in a communally sensitive area. Winning over confidence of both communities. Advance planning and strategic deployment of forces. Superintendent of Police – Warangal , A.P. (May 1982 - Aug 1984) (Employees 3,000) Managing Public Order and Peace specially dealing with Left extremist (Naxalite) problem. Strategy and Direction – prepared strategy for naxalite problem which was accepted by Government and fruitfully implemented. Training and Organizational Preparedness. Social and Economic Development. Superintendent of Police – Krishna , A.P. (May 1979 – May 1982) (Employees 2,000) Managing Public Order and Peace. Event Management – Pushkaram ( Kumbh )  mela when  13 million pilgrims took bath. District Development Work. Assistant Superintendent of Police – Gudivada, Krishna , A.P. (Jan 1975-Jul 1977) (Employees 500) Managing Public Order and Peace. Criminal Investigation. Relief and Rescue Operation in 1977 cyclone. Assistant Director, Central Water and Power Commission (Jan 1970 - July 1973) Design of Hydel Power Plant in HP. Thermal Power Plant at Badarpur in Delhi Junior Engineer, Engineers India Limited (Dec 1968 - Jan 1970) Design of Haldia Petrochemical Refinery in West Bengal. Social service HEAL (Health and education for all) , a UK registered charity- President : Providing  shelter, support , education and health care to more than 1000  needy children. It runs homes for abandoned /street children at Guntur and schools at Vijaywada and Bhadrachalam. We are in the process of  building a new school for 1000 children. Raised over Rupees 10 crores for this NGO. - http://www.heal.co.uk/, www.healparadise.org Sneh Kunj- A home for care of  spastic children in Dwarka , New Delhi. Engineers without Borders ( EWB ) India Chapter - Board Member EWB (involves engineers, and other professionals with special or general skills, in a movement of constructive change. It is inspired by an urgent concern for accelerating sustainable rural development, assisting in capacity building in backward rural and urban communities of India, protecting the country's natural resource base and working across national boundaries for social and economic justice and responsible use of technology. ( www.ewb-india.org )