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Bhubaneswar: A senior officer of Railway Protection Force (RPF) Raja Ram has taken over the charge of Principal Chief Security Commissioner (PCSC) at East Coast Railway (ECoR) in Bhubaneswar. He had joined the Indian Railways from the 1988 batch of Indian Civil Services and will be succeeding outgoing PCSC Atul Pathak.
Ram has a wide experience in detection of crime in Railways which he has gained during his earlier postings as PCSC at North Eastern Railway (NER) in Gorakhpur, Chief Security Commissioner at Research Designs and Standards Organisation (RDSO) in Lucknow, Director in RPF Academy in Lucknow and also in various positions at Railway Board, East Central Railway, South Eastern Railway, Eastern Railway and North Frontier Railway.
He has also received many awards like Indian Police Medal in 2012, DG/RPF Commendation & Insignia in 2004 and General Manager’s Award in his career due to his devotion to his duties.