Sh. N.K. Singh is a Senior Honorary Faculty with PARI and specialises in the functioning of Committee System in the Parliament. Sh. Singh did his MA in Political Science from Center for Political Studies, (CPS), Jawaharlal Nehru University, before joining Rajya Sabha Secretariat as Research Officer. He tirelessly worked for Rajya Sabha Secretariat in various capacities for about 35 years and retired as Addl. Secretary. He has vast experience in parliamentary functioning. He has worked in all the major parliamentary standing committees and he is responsible for establishing Ethics Committee in Rajya Sabha. Currently he is Lok Sabha Fellow for issues related to Sub-ordinate Legislation. He has been a regular resource person for Bureau of Parliamentary Studies & Training (BPST) and Institute of Constitutional and Parliamentary Studies (ICPS).
Sh. K.S.Nagi is an honorary faculty with the PARI. Sh. Nagi joined the Ministry of Health, Govt. of India in 1974. in 1979, he was inducted in the Parliament Section of the Ministry as Parliament Assistant. Since then he has been handling the Parliamentary work for the Ministry. He superannuated in 2011 as Deputy Secretary, Parliament and from the very next day he has been working as Advisor, Parliament in the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare. He is a storehouse of experience as far as parliamentary procedure and the role of the ministries in dealing with the Parliament is concerned.
Dr. Yogendra Narain (born 26 June 1942) is a 1965 batch retired Indian Administrative Service(IAS) officer of Uttar Pradesh cadre. He has served as the Founder-Chairman of the Greater NOIDA Industrial Development Authority and of the National Highway Authority of India. Dr. Narain also served as a Secretary-General for Rajya Sabha – the Upper House of the Parliament of India. He retired from the Indian Administrative Services after serving for over 42 years. He has worked in various capacities in the administration in the State of Uttar Pradesh and the Government of India. He served as the Principal Secretary to the Governor of Uttar Pradesh; as Secretary, Ministry of Surface Transport, Government of India; Chief Secretary of Government of Uttar Pradesh and Defence Secretary to the Government of India. Dr. Narain holds degrees B.Sc., M.A. (Political Science), Diploma in Development Economics, M. Phil and Ph.D. He is currently the Chancellor of Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University situated in Srinagar Garhwal.


He has over 36 years of experience of running the Parliament behind him. His expertise is mainly in Parliamentary Procedure of day to day running of the House i.e. Rajya Sabha.
Over three decades, he has serviced various prestigious Committees of Parliament and the House in various capacities and earned adulation from eminent parliamentarians. He was principal draftsman of Public Accounts Committee on subjects like 2G spectrum, Adarsh Housing Scam, Acquisition of Aircraft by Ministry of Civil Aviation, Defense Estate Management, Operation Vijay and many others. A prolific writer, his articles have been published in national dailies, magazines and journals. He is faculty member of the Bureau of Parliamentary Studies and Training, Institute of Constitutional and Parliamentary Studies, PRS Legislative Research and the Indian Corporate Law Services Academy. He has delivered numerous lectures on almost all aspects of the functioning of Indian Parliament and Constitution to the probationers of All India Services, senior executives of PSUs, University Teachers, Journalists and Members of Parliament from many countries. As Secretary to Parliamentary Delegations, he has visited many countries and studied their Parliamentary Systems. He has authored two books on different aspects of the functioning of our Parliament and a travelogue.  The publication Division, Ministry of I&B is bringing hindi version of his book on The Indian Parliament. Currently, he is a practicing Advocate and also writes on contemporary constitutional and public policy matters.


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Shri Jagmohan Sundriyal, Former Joint Secretary in Rajya Sabha, Parliament of India is an expert in Parliamentary and Constitutional matters, legislation, finance and budget, public policy analysis and public administration with more than 36 years of experience in Parliament (both Houses), Government of India and State Government of Uttarakhand. He has worked with distinction in all functional areas of Parliament administration. He has been associated with all formats of Parliamentary Committees and contributed immensely in the domain of education, health, industry, transport, tourism, culture, environment & forests and commerce by preparing more than 150 reports of different Parliamentary Committees on financial, legislation and policy issues of different Ministries/Departments of Govt. of India. He has worked as J.S. In-charge of the Department related Committee on Health and Family Welfare for almost five years and has been instrumental in scrutinizing landmark legislations and examining subjects of public importance relating to health sector. He has remained engaged as faculty to different training programmes conducted by Parliament of India and the Parliamentary Administrative and Research Institute.
Shri S. K. Tripathi is former Joint Secretary in the Rajya Sabha Secretariat, Parliament of India. He joined the Rajya Sabha Secretariat in the year 1985. Over the span of three decades he has been associated with legislative business as well as non-legislative business pertaining to the Council of States. He has been overseeing the work of three Parliamentary Committees namely; Committee of Privileges, Committee on Rules and Committee on Government Assurances. Also, he has been Faculty member in various courses/programme conducted by Institute of Constitutional & Parliamentary Studies and Rajya Sabha Secretariat on subjects of Legislative Drafting, Law making process, raising matters of urgent public importance, matters of breach of privileges etc.
He is Additional Secretary in the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare and Director General of National Aids Control Organisation (NACO) and well CGHS (Central Government Health Scheme). He is also looking after the Ayushman Bharat-Pradhan Mantri Jan Aarogya Yojana (AB- PMJAY), the erstwhile Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana (RSBY), Rashtriya Aarogya Nidhi & Health Minster’s Discretionary Grant, National Program for Prevention of Burn Injuries, Trauma Centres and Road Safety, Indian Red Cross Society and Global Fund etc.
Mathew Cherian is a B.E. (Honours) in Civil Engineering from BITS, Pilani Rajasthan & holds a PG Diploma in Rural Management from the first batch of IRMA, Institute of Rural Management, Anand, Gujarat. After engineering, he was engaged with oil exploration, with Schlumberger and ONGC. After IRMA, he worked in the area of rural development with cooperatives, in association with the National Dairy Development Board. He was a consultant to voluntary agencies and to the National Wastelands Development Board. His further assignments include the post of National Director, Oxfam, UK and India, Programme Director, South Asia, Plan International, and Executive Director, Charities Aid Foundation. He has founded Charities Aid Foundation in India, Credibility Alliance, a network for accountability and Resource Alliance (to train in fundraising) and founded Human Rights Network. Former Chair of Mobile Crèches, Chairperson of Credibility Alliance and Resource Alliance. Also serves as Member of the NGO Task force of the Planning Commission, Member of Grants Approval Committee of the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Member of Core Committee of National Human Rights Commission. He is on the international board of HelpAge International. Mathew currently serves full time as the Chief Executive of HelpAge India.
Dr. Chattopadhyay has been working for 25 years on research and outreach with a special focus on polar studies, disaster management, climate change and biodiversity. She is the founder Editor of an ISSN and RNI accredited Geography and You (G’nY), a journo-mag being published since 2001. Apart from completing 135 issues of the journo-mag, (now a part of the India Citation Index), She has been involved in various research and outreach programmes and has co-authored 2 books namely Climate Change and The White World and Science and Geopolitics of The White World : Arctic- Antarctic-Himalaya published by Springer along with six other books on varied topics. She is the president of LIGHTS under which PARI functions. She has undertaken several questionnaire based study reports as principal investigator. She has deep interest in polar studies and policy and have been organizing Science & Geopolitics of Himalaya-Arctic-Antarctic conference since 2011 for policy and advocacy of the three poles. She is regularly writes on polar issues in the Indian media with renowned newspapers like the financial Express carrying her articles. She was recently honored with “Business Excellence and Innovative Best Practices Academia Awards-2019" by New Delhi Institute of Management.
Shri Rakesh Naithani has had the experience of the working both in the Lok Sabha Secretariat and in the RajyaSabha Secretariat in different capacities. He has worked in Lok Sabha Secretariat in the Subject Committees on Agriculture, Science and Technology and Environment and Forest. He has actively contributed in the Report on the first Ganga Action Plan. Besides, he has worked in the Standing Committee on Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs. He has the experience of having worked in the Joint Recruitment Cell, Questions Branch, Legislative Section, Committee on the Industry, Conference and Protocol Section, Committee on Petitions and Department Related Standing Committee on Health and Family Welfare. He has been associated with the drafting of the Report on ‘Ease of Doing Business’, besides, working in Select Committees on Coal and on opening up of the Insurance Sector. Recently, he has been associated with the drafting of the Report on the National Medical Commission.
Shri S.Rangarajan is presently working as Additional Director in the Rajya Sabha Secretariat, Parliament of India , New Delhi. He joined the Rajya Sabha Secretariat in the year 1994. In the span of more than two decades he has wide and vast experience in handling the work in Administration, parliamentary committees, Questions, etc. At present he is in-charge of two Parliamentary committees namely Committee on Science & Technology, Environment and Forest and Committee on Papers laid on the Table.
Dr. Raghab P. Dash works as Director (Research) in the Rajya Sabha Secretariat, Parliament of India. He has more than two decades of experience in working in the Rajya Sabha Secretariat, out of which he has rendered his services in the office of two Vice-Presidents of India, Shri Krishan Kant and Shri Bhairon Singh Shekhawat. He pursues his academic interest on the working of Indian Parliament. He has done his doctoral research on areas of contestation in the Executive and the Legislature relations in the context of law-making in Parliament from the Centre for the Study of Law and Governance, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
I am S.C. Dixit, Additional Director in Rajya Sabha Secretariat, serving this Organisation for the last 20 years. Before joining Rajya Sabha I also worked in Defence Accounts Department for 5 years. Also during my services in Rajya Sabha Secretariat, I was on deputation in Labour Bureau, Chandigarh and served there for 3 years as Administrative Officer. As regards Members Salary and Allowances I am dealing with this subject for last 10 years in Rajya Sabha Secretariat.
Sh. Swarabji. B, is a Director of Rajya Sabha Sect, Parliament of India. An M Phil degree holder from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi (JNU), he has worked in many of theimportant Parliamentary Committees. Currently he is in charge of Standing Committee on Transport Tourism and Culture; Select Committee, Question Branch, Distribution Branch etc. He is the Web Supervisor of Rajya Sabha for the last twelve years.
Sh. A. K. Srivastava has more than 34 years of experience in the LSS and has multifacetedexperience of working in in the Question Branch,Pride, multiple committees on Labour,Social justice & Empowerment, Defence, Urban Development,Rural Development, Government Assurances, Petitions, MPLADS, Welfare of SC &St, Chemicals and Fertilisers. he recently retired as a Director in LSS. He has Visited the UK Parliament and Australian Parliament to observe and study their functioning.
Sh. Rajiv Sharma is a special director for security, Rajya Sabha. He started his career with the Rajya Sabha 31 years ago in 1989. He has attended numerous training courses in India and abroad. He has participated in courses conducted by elite agencies such as the Intelligence Bureau, NSG, Delhi Police, he was also part of an Indian delegation which went to London to undergo special training.
Shri Sanjeev Chandra did his MA from JNU in Indian History, he has been working in Rajya Sabha Secretariat as Additional Director, having a vast experience of 25 years of working invarious branches like Committees, Questions, Table Office, General Administration, and RTI Cell.
Sh. Pradeep Chaturvedi is currently serving as a Joint Secretary (Question) at the Rajya Sabha Secretariat. A specialist in International Law, Administrative Law and Constitution. He is a internationally renowned and served as a Coach / Advisor in the Ministry of Justice, Government of Afghanistan, developing the capacity of all stakeholders of the Justice Sector in order to successful implementation of Justice Sector Support Programme  and Rule of Law. He has Conducted training courses on topics related to Parliamentary procedures, Human Rights, Legislative drafting, Human resource management, organizational behavior, motivational skills, communicational skills etc. Also been Faculty / Facilitator at Union Territory Civil Services (UTCS) Institute, a training Institute of Civil Servants of Government of a Union Territory of India.
Shri J. Vinod Kumar retired as Director (Policy and Co-ordination) of the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) in Oct. 2020. CVC is mandated under the CVC Act, 2003 for exercising superintendence over the Vigilance Administration and functioning of Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). Shri J. Vinod Kumar is a veteran with over 37 years of knowledge & practical experience in all aspects of Vigilance Administration and Anti-corruption policy making and implementation. In addition, he posses vast knowledge in review of existing practices, procedures, and assisted the CVC in devising fresh guidelines and advisories for the Central Govt.  Departments, CPSEs, PSBs, PSICs, and Autonomous Bodies etc. He has also served in the Corporate Vigilance setups of Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. ( IOCL) and Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (OÑGC) on deputation. He represented/ was part of Indian Delegation at various fora; UNODC for UNCAC meetings,G20 and BRICS Anti-corruption Working Group meetings, at OECD Anti-Bribery Convention, other International conferences etc. A regular faculty of CVC for induction trainings for Chief Vigilance Officers (CVO) conducted by CVC, CBI etc., since 1998. Also, as faculty for other training institutes like ISTM, CBI Academy, National Police Academy and other training academies of CPSEs and Public Sector Banks on diverse areas of Vigilance Administration, Anti- Corruption matters, Service & Disciplinary matters.
Shri Pranai Prabhakar is currently serving as the CVO of Central Warehousing Corporation. The Vigilance Unit of Central Warehousing Corporation (CWC) is responsible for vigilance activities in the organization under the aegis of the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC), the apex organization of the Government of India that controls anti-corruption measures and probity in public life. The vigilance unit conducts investigations, disciplinary proceedings, undertakes follow-up actions etc. Prabhakar sir has previously served as the chief General Manager of the Container Corporation of India Ltd.(CONCOR) North West Region. He is from the 1990 batch of Indian Railway Traffic Service. He has worked on various commercial, operational and general posts of Western Railway like Secretary to GM, chief public relation officer, chief transportation planning manager. He has trained PARI’s first international batch on Anti-Corruption.
Shri Gupta Ji is a retired Indian Civil Accounts Service officer. He recently retired as Assistant Controller of Accounts from Ministry of Finance on 30.09.2018. He is currently re-employed as Administrative Officer in Krishna Water Disputes Tribunal, Ministry of Jal Shakti'. He brings in a wide and rich experience of 40 years in central government in the fields of Administration, Finance and Accounts. He has been a guest faculty in National Academy of Broadcasting & Multimedia (NABM), Institute of Sectt Training & Management (ISTM), Institute of Govt Accounts & Finance (INGAF). He is also frequently invited as a guest Speaker in conferences, workshops etc organised by various ministries/departments. We are privileged to have sir partake in this initiative with us.
Shri Anindo Majumdar is a retired officer of the Indian Administrative Service of the 1985 batch and currently Administrative Member, CAT, Kolkata. He retired from the post of Secretary, Central Vigilance Commission in August,2020. Shri Majumdar has served in Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Delhi and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Some of the key posts held by him are: Secretary, CVC, Chief Secretary, Andaman and Nicobar Administration, Principal Secretary, GNCTD, Joint Secretary, Department of Agriculture and Cooperation, Govt. of India, Deputy Chairman, Kolkata Port Trust, Deputy Commissioner, Andaman District, Deputy Commissioner, East Kameng District etc. Shri Majumdar also served as a Capacity Development Advisor in the United Nations Development Programme in Afghanistan between 2011 to 2013. Shri Majumdar has a MBA degree from the University of Hull, UK and a MA degree in Economics from the Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi.
Shri Mukesh Chaturvedi Ji retired as a Director from the DoPT, Govt. of India.      He was dealing with the policy matters relating to ccs (cca) rules, conduct rules, sexual harassment etc. Most of his career he has worked in vigilance, including in the CVC, DGS&D and EPFO. He has been IO, PO, and Defence Assistant in several cases. Since 2003 he has been a regular faculty, and have trained thousands of participants including in the ISTM, CBI Academy, Sardar Patel Academy etc. He has also often invited by the UTs like the Andamans, and Lakshadweep etc. He has run several courses for leading PSUs like MOIL, NMDC, Mahanadi Coal etc. He has written two books. The first one is about “Sexual Harassment Conducting Inquiry as per Service Rules” and the second one is on “Compulsory Retirement”.

Shri Surjit Singh has wide and deep understanding of the Vigilance set up of the various Central Government Organisations. He has handled wide variety of Vigilance cases of Railways, Steel, Mines, Atomic Energy, Industry, Power, Electronics, Science & Technology, Banking; and Insurance sector etc. He has conducted 100 plus departmental Inquiries in respect of senior officers of the Government as Commissioner for Departmental Inquiries (CDI) in the Commission. He has handled administrative matters relating to Establishment, Personnel matters and General Administration including procurements.He has delivered lectures and conducted workshops on all aspects of Vigilance related matters in various PSUs, Banks and other Government Organisations/ Training Academics and Institutes. He has been a faculty in the regular training courses conducted by the Commission for the CVOs. He has retained by the Commission as Consultant after retirement (on 31st October, 2013).He has appointed as Advisor(Vigilance), SAIL for a period of 1 year w.e.f. 01st November, 2014 to impart vigilance training to the Executives.He has worked as Advisor (Vigilance) to the CMD, NBCC for a period of 3 years. He is presently engaged in the work of conducting Departmental Inquiries against Officers of Central Government and PSUs.

Shri Sanjay Shrivastava is an IAS officer of 1980 batch, of UT cadre, Shri Sanjay Srivastava has a long and extremely successful career of 42 years. He has worked in different capacities in the state and central governments spanning over a period of more than 4 decades. He did his graduation from Gorakhpur University, MSc in Botany and LLB from Allahabad University and an MBA from Southern Cross University in Lismore, Australia. He has added LLM to his kitty. He mainly served in Manipur before coming to Delhi on Central Deputation to serve as a PS to a Central Minister and later worked in the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare as Deputy Secretary and Director. He served as Director of Vigilance-cum-Joint Commissioner of Police in Anti- corruption Cell, Govt. of NCT Delhi from 1994-2000. He also held additional charge of CVO in Delhi Electric Supply Undertaking and Labour Commissioner in the Govt of NCT Delhi. Shri Shrivastava worked as Secretary of Services and Administrative Reforms in Delhi Govt., Chief Secretary of Goa and Chief Secretary, Govt. of Delhi, Vice Chairman. Delhi Development Authority and Secretary, Coordination, Security and Public Grievances, Govt. of India. And last but not the least he worked as State Election Commissioner of Delhi and Chandigarh from 2016 to 2022.
Shri S K Sadangi is an officer of 1988 Batch of Indian Railway Stores Service (IRSS).    He graduated from IIT (Kharagpur) in Civil Engineering and holds a Master Degree in Public Policy from National University of Singapore and Kennedy School of Government, Harvard, USA. Sri Sadangi  has 17 years of  experience in Procurement and Inventory Management  in Indian Railways and 14 years of experience in governance and anti-corruption in three key sectors of national economy - Railways, Ports and Coal. During his tenure as Chief Vigilance Officer in  Ports of Kolkata, Haldia, Chennai, Paradip, Kamarajar Port Limited, Andaman Lakshadweep Harbour Works and Indian Maritime University and  Coal India Ltd, he has conducted several investigations of organizational and national importance like irregularities in  Railway Transportation of Iron Ore, vulnerability in High Value  Contracts, Recruitments in Railways, data transmission manipulation  in Electronic Weighbridges , Affiliation of Private Colleges to IMU etc. He was associated with the Hon’ble Justice M.B. Shah Commission of Inquiry, constituted by Govt. of India to probe into illegal mining of Iron Ore and Manganese in large parts of the country. In Coal India, several innovative and systemic solutions proposed by him have succeeded in preventing revenue loss of hundreds of crores of rupees. He currently focuses on use of data driven and evidence based policy making in natural resource sector, particularly those connected with measurement of quantity and quality in various types of   bulk material transaction. For excellence in the field of systemic reforms, Shri Sadangi had been conferred with several prestigious awards by Railways and other organizations. Sri Sadangi takes a keen interest in teaching young students the history of science and scientists and ancient Indian Mathematical Systems like Vedic Math. He is currently working as PCMM in Chittaranjan Locomotive Works (CLW), Chittaranjan, West Bengal.
Shri Somnath Mukherjee, WBA & AS 2008 Batch Educational Qualification:-M Com, LL.B Recognised Trainer in e-Governance (RTeG) (Detailed Project Report & Request for Proposal) by Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Govt. of India Ex-employee of State Bank of India and presently posted as Assistant Finance Officer, West Bengal University of Animal and Fishery Sciences, Belgachia Kol-37 Previously posted as
  1. Assistant Financial Advisor, Fisheries Deptt., Govt. of West Bengal
  2. Assistant Director, MSME Directorate, Govt. of West Bengal
  3. Internal Audit Officer, Finance (Internal Audit) Deptt., Govt. of West Bengal
  4. OSD, Medical Cell, Finance Department, Govt. of West Bengal
  5. Accounts Officer, Medical Cell, Finance Department, Govt. of West Bengal
  6. Additional Treasury Officer, Kalyani Treasury, Govt. of West Bengal
Delivers lecture to the IAS, WBCS (Exe.) and other allied service officers etc. in the listed topics in Administrative Training Institute, Salt Lake and Guest Faculty for ISDS/ IES Officers Training at CSTARI and training institutes Sl. No.                                     Topics
  1. e-Governance or Electronic governance
  2. General Financial Rules
  3. Management and Behavioural Science
  4. Change Management
  5. GeM –Government e Marketplace
  6. Security issues in e-Governance–Relevant Provisions of IT Act, 2000
  7. The Right to Information Act,2005
  8. Departmental Proceedings
  9. DPR & RFP in e-governance project
  10. Public Procurement Basics
  11. Structure of Govt Accounts
  12. Overview of Govt. Budget
  13. Teamwork -divides the task and multiplies the success
  14. Stress Management
  15. Govt. Audit Procedure
Mrs. Garima Lohani Bhagat is presently working as Joint Secretary/Commissioner of Income tax (Audit & Judicial), CBDT, Ministry of Finance. As CIT (A&J) in the CBDT. She deals with all policy matters relating to income tax litigation and its management, all matters related to the PAC and CAG and other sections of the Income tax Act that are allocated to this Division. She is an Indian Revenue Service Officer in the rank of Commissioner of Income Tax. She has above 27 years of public service experience in Govt. of India. She has served as Chief Vigilance Officer in Employees’ State Insurance Corporation (ESIC). She has also served  as Joint Director General in the Competition Commission of India, the apex anti-trust body, dealing with investigation of various types of anti-competitive market practices and frauds in procurement such as  investigation of cartels, abuse of market dominance in diverse sectors of economy such as airlines, railways, power consultancy market, pharma, coal, automobile manufacturing etc. She has been assigned important and sensitive investigations by CVC from time to time including being member of the core group on developing e-learning for vigilance functionaries. She has been a regular visiting faculty in various apex training institutions of the Govt. of India  such as, National Police Academy, ISTM etc. A brilliant student all her life, she has won gold medals in most of her examinations. To name a few are 12th Board Rank 1 in 1990, B Tech Gold Medalist and Indian Engineering Service Topper in 1994, Law Degree in 2011 Gold Medalist. At the moment she is pursuing her Ph D on Procurement from IIT, New Delhi. She regularly contributes articles in mainstream media such as Times of India, Hindustan Times etc as well as  Outlook magazine. She is author of three bestselling books relating to taxation on Income from House Property, Salaried Employees and Capital Gains. And last but not the least, she has been a motivational speaker for the prestigious and world-renowned TED talks in November 2018 and it was titled Musings of an Exam Warrior.
He has a vast experience of more than 3 decades in Handling Parliament where he has been overseeing various Parliamentary Committees such as Committee on Members of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme, Committee on Health & Family Awareness and Committee on Home Affairs. He has retired as Secretary General, Rajya Sabha.
Shri Singhal is a retired Indian Railway Stores Service 1978 batch. Also worked in senior positions in Railways like Exec Director Railway Board, DRM Madurai, GM and GGM RITES etc. Worked as Procurement Consultant in World Bank Dhaka and several WB funded projects in Sri Lanka and Gambia. Have overall about 36 years experience in Public Procurement and General Management. Have been delivering talks in World Bank sponsored trainings, Institutes like Indian Institute of Materials Management, Indian Railway Institute of Logistics and Materials Management, National Institute of Financial Management and wide spectrum of Govt Organisations and PSUs.
He is a B.Tech Engineer by qualification. He started his career briefly as a lecturer in Indira Gandhi college of Engineering, Navi Mumbai. He joined ONGC in 1995 in the executive cadre as Asst. Executive Engineer. He has served in different parts of the country – Dehradun, Mumbai, Jorhat-Assam, Delhi & Kolkata. He has received 07 awards of excellence for outstanding performance including the prestigious ‘Young Executive of the Year-2004’ award. He has been a faculty on preventive vigilance to the CBI Academy, Ghaziabad. He also has been a visiting faculty to the ONGC’s ‘School of Maintenance Practices’, Baroda. He was appointed as Chief Vigilance Officer of MSTC in April 2019. He is also functioning as the CVO of Ferro Scrap Nigam Ltd, Bhilai. Earlier, he was holding additional charge of CVO - Jute Corporation of India till April 2022. Sh. Madhavan is the vice president of the vigilance study circle, Kolkata Chapter.
He joined Central Vigilance Commission in1986; Functioned as Assistant Passport Officer (Vigilance) in Consular, Passport and Visa Division of Ministry of External Affairs from 1996 to 2002. In-charge of Vigilance administration during the period and dealt with vigilance cases pertaining to Passport Offices all over India; Senior Vigilance Manager in Indian Oil Corporation Limited from 2004 to 2009. Dealt with CBI matters in IOCL and also supervised vigilance work of 3 Refineries and a few marketing installations; Worked in various capacities in CVC dealing with policy issues, Administration, Legal Branch, vigilance cases relating to Railways, CBEC, CBDT, PSUs, Deptt. of Telecom, etc.; Prior to retirement as Director from CVCin September 2020, dealt with vigilance clearance matters pertaining to board-level appointments in PSUs/Banks, etc., empanelment of officers of All India and civil services for Joint Secretary and above level posts, empanelment of officers for appointment as Chief Vigilance Officers, issues related to Chief Vigilance Officers including recording of their Annual Performance Appraisal Reports, monthly review of CBI cases and related matters; Presently empanelled as Inquiry Officer in several organizations for conducting departmental inquiries. Also engaged as guest faculty for vigilance related topics by various training institutions and public sector undertakings.