Shri. J. K. Mohapatra
Shri J. K. Mohapatra is an IAS officer from 1979 batch of Odisha cadre; he is Post Graduate in Economics from Boston University, USA . He held many key senior management positions both at the Centre and in the government of Odisha, including secretary, Department of Fertilizers (Government of India), Chief Secretary (Government of Odisha), Principal-Secretary, Finance (Government of Odisha), Joint Secretary, Ministry of Rural Development, Secretary to the Chief Minister, Odisha, Secretary, Revenue and Excise, Government of Odisha.
As Secretary to the Chief Minister and Principal Secretary, Finance (Govt.of Odisha), he designed and spearheaded successfully the fiscal turnaround of the state government which was virtually on the brink of bankruptcy at the turn of the century. As Secretary, Department of Rural Development in 2015-16 he was responsible for implementation of some of the flagship programmes of Government of India including Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana, Indira Awas Yojana and National Rural Livelihoods Mission. He was also a member on the Board of NABARD.
Shri G R Chintala
Shri G R Chintala in the cadre of Chief General Manager in NABARD has taken over the charge of Managing Director of NABFINS with effect from November 01, 2019.
Prior to his posting with NABFINS, he was heading the Department of Refinance of NABARD at its head office in Mumbai. Shri Chintala is a post Graduate from the Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi.
After joining NABARD as Grade B officer, he served in various capacities at Head Office, Mumbai and in many Regional Offices viz., NABARD Regional Office - Hyderabad, Chandigarh, Lucknow, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, New Delhi and Bengaluru. Shri Chintala was also the Vice President of Agri- Business Finance Ltd for a period of two years and was the Director of Bankers Institute of Rural Development (BIRD), Lucknow.
Shri Chintala was assigned several consultancy assignments, the most remarkable one being "Road map for Amalgamation of Regional Rural Banks" in 2006 done for UCO Bank sponsored RRBs, which in turn led the way for consolidation of 196 RRBs. He also undertook a consultancy assignment on "Efficacy of SGSY in meeting the aspirations of SC/STs" commissioned by Ministry of Rural Development, Govt. of India, whose recommendations helped in launching NRLM (National Rural Livelihood Mission) throughout the country and phasing out the SGSY.
Shri Chintala during his career progression had successfully initiated Producers Organisations in Andaman & Nicobar islands which hitherto, was unknown, to ensure remunerative prices to both Tribal and Non -tribal COPRA producers.
Sri Chintala has vast International Experience and had visited more than 20 countries including USA, UK, France, Germany etc. for presenting papers and for taking up other assignments.