FAPCCI Elects 20 new Managing Committee Members

FAPCCI Elects 20 new Managing Committee Members

Hyderabad, June 22 (INN): The Federation of Andhra Pradesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FAPCCI) elected 20 new managing committee members for the economical year 2013-15. With these 20 new managing committee members FAPCCI managing committee touches 68.

Those elected are Ramesh Kumar Bang, Chairman, A.P. Mahesh Cooperative Bank, Dr. Ashok Kumar Kedia, CEO Kedia Infotech & Advisor, A. P. Textile Processors Association, Hari Govind Prasad, Chartered Accountant, Abhay Kumar Jain, Chartered Accountant, Partner – Sanjay Kumar Kothari & Co, Venkat Jasti, Chairman & CEO, Suven Life Sciences Limited, M.S.P. Rama Rao, Director, Basil Infrastructure Projects Ltd, Y S R. Venkata Rao, Managing Director, Alkali Metals Limited, A. Prakash, President, The Andhra Pradesh Federation of Textile Association, Gowra Srinivas, Vice-President, A.P. Hire Purchase Association, Rajkumar Agrawal, Managing Director, Nakoda Chemicals Ltd, Arvind Kedia, Managing Director, Reactive Metals of India Pvt. Ltd, Suresh Kumar Singhal, Advisor, Om Shiv Shakti Iron Industries Pvt. Ltd, Prakash Chandra Garg, Proprietor, Garg Enterprises, Dr. K. Narayana Reddy, Chief Executive Officer, Chem-Plas India, Shiv Kumar Gupta, Managing Director, Vijayneha Polymers Pvt. Ltd, B. P. Singhal, Advisor, Praneta Packaging, Mahender Prasad Agarwal, President, Hyd Cut-piece Cloth Merchants Association, Vishnu Gupta, Managing Director, SGR Chemicals, Nikhil Tibrewala, CEO, Raghav Polymers and Rajender Agarwal, MD & CEO, Rama Conductors.

The portfolios as Expert Committee Chairman’s and Co-Chairman’s for 22 committees inclusive of Energy, Environment, HR, Tourism, Health Care, Trade & Commerce, Finance, Corporate Affairs, Economic Affairs, Youth Affairs, Industrial Development, Taxation, Agriculture, Urban Infrastructure, Direct & Indirect Tax, Banking, Rural Development, IT & ITeS and International Trade Relations etc will be allotted to the Managing Committee members by voting on June 28 at Special Managing Committee meeting.


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