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'The Metro Alone Cannot Solve All Traffic Problems Of Indian cities'

DMRC managing director Mangu Singh on the nitty-gritty of managing an engineering-led enterprise.

'The Metro Alone Cannot Solve All Traffic Problems Of Indian cities'
Photograph by Sanjay Rawat
'The Metro Alone Cannot Solve All Traffic Problems Of Indian cities'
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2016-06-25T11:53:30+05:30

When Delhi Metro Rail Corporation managing director Mangu Singh was growing up in Najibabad, Uttar Pradesh, he walked ten kilometres to school and back daily. Now, he runs a high-tech mass-transit system in Delhi which every city wants and some, like Kochi, Agra and Jaipur, are getting or already have. In an interview with Pragya Singh, he talks about self-appraisal and the nitty-gritty of managing an engineering-led enterprise. Excerpts:

Why would engineers want to work for a concern like DMRC?

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