Akhilesh Srivastava

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Technology
Leader

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Road Safety
Ambassador - IRF,
WEF

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IT Advisor ITDA,
Uttarakhand

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External Advisor
Mackinsey & Co

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Chairman Bitumen
India Forum

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FASTag

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Electric Vehicle &
New Mobility

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Infra Development
Expert

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Best Selling
Author

Akhilesh Srivastava is a globally renowned technology leader

An eloquent speaker, and a bestselling author. Member and Advisor of top International and National organizations, he is passionate about technology and enjoys innovating & implementing large-scale IT-enabled Solutions to solve citizens' critical problems

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Road Safety Ambassador

International Road
Federation (IC)

bitumen-india
Chairman

Bitumen India Forum

uttarakhand
IT Advisor to ITDA

Government of
Uttarakhand

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Project Head

Road Safety 2.0 INDIA

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External Advisor

McKinsey & Company

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Patron

Proactive Foundation

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Ex-Chief General Manager heading Commercial Operations, HO & IT

National Highway Authority of India

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Ex CEO & Board Member (NHAI INVIT Company)

National Highway Authority of India

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Ex COO FASTag & Board Member

Indian Highways Management Company Ltd. (IHMCL), a company promoted by MORTH and NHAI

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Member of Board of Governors

IInternational Council of Consultants (ICC)

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Member of Board of Governors

Engineering Council of India

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Ex Director

Government of India

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Chemical & Industrial Safety: Disaster Risk Deduction

FICCI and NIDM, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, organized a two-day training program on “Chemical and Industrial Safety: Disaster Risk Reduction” on June 6-7, 2024, at FICCI's Federation House, New Delhi.

The event featured insightful sessions led by experts, including Mr. Akhilesh Srivastava. It highlighted the critical role of safety measures and proactive planning in preventing disasters. Together, we can create safer and more resilient industrial environments.

AUTHOR - AKHILESH SRIVASTAVA

Building Beyond
Infra

The book is one of the best sellers and is being rated very high by the experts. Introduction of the book is given by the stalwarts Prof. Rajat Moona, Director, IIT Bhilai & former Director General of C-DAC and Dr P R Swaroop, Director General, Construction Industry Development Council.

AUTHOR - AKHILESH SRIVASTAVA

Administration
in India

The author's chapter in "Administration in India" examines technology's impact on India's governance post-2014's 'Minimum Government, Maximum Governance' initiative. Edited by Ashish and Iva Srivastava, the book highlights technological advancements in health, education, and social development, despite India's billion-plus population. It's a key resource for those studying administration, public management, and South Asian politics.

AUTHOR - AKHILESH SRIVASTAVA

Digital
Construction
Management

The book is one of the best sellers and is being rated very high by the experts. Introduction of the book is given by the stalwarts Prof. Rajat Moona, Director, IIT Bhilai & former Director General of C-DAC and Dr P R Swaroop, Director General, Construction Industry Development Council.

AUTHOR - AKHILESH SRIVASTAVA

Construction
Industry 2.0

As we edge closer towards a connected world, something has to change in the way we define leadership and the way we develop our leaders. This is the subject of Construction Industry 2.0.

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Gurugram Traffic Authority Implements Stricter Night-time Vehicle Check Guidelines

In response to mounting complaints about night-time vehicle checks, the Gurugram Traffic Authority has rolled out new, stricter guidelines. Spearheaded by the Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Traffic, these measures aim to mitigate driver inconvenience while ensuring road safety. 

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Government Introduces Dedicated Two-Wheeler Lanes and Overpasses in Effort to Decrease Road Accidents

Road safety is a critical issue in India, given the consistently high incidence of road accidents and fatalities. Two-wheelers are involved in nearly 44% of road crashes, while pedestrians make up around 17%, highlighting the urgent need for effective solutions. Recognizing this issue, the government is developing a comprehensive plan to address road safety challenges.

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Transforming India's Roads: The Fusion of Tech and Education for Enhanced Safety

As India grapples with the challenge of road safety, it is evident that a multifaceted approach is crucial for effectively addressing this issue. According to the “Road Accidents in India-2022” report from the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, there were 461,312 reported road accidents in India in 2022, resulting in 168,491 fatalities and 443,366 injuries. This represents an 11.9% increase in accidents, a 9.4% increase in fatalities, and a 15.3% increase in injuries compared to the previous year.

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