Dish TV appoints Rakesh Mohan as non- executive independent director

Dish TV appoints Rakesh Mohan as non- executive independent director

The appointment is for five consecutive years.


Mumbai: DTH operator Dish TV has announced that the board of directors at their meeting held on Friday, i.e. 29 July, 2022 has inter-alia, upon receipt of requisite approval from the ministry of information and broadcasting and on the recommendation of the nomination and remuneration committee, approved the appointment of Rakesh Mohan as a non-executive independent director. The appointment has come into effect from 29 July, 2022 and is for a term of five consecutive years.

The appointment is subject to the approval of the shareholders of the company.

Mohan is a retired senior bureaucrat. He joined the Indian Administrative Service in 1978. He has held various positions in his long professional career. To mention a few, he worked as deputy collector in Goa; deputy commissioner and then secretary to the governor in Arunachal Pradesh; additional general manager in the erstwhile DESU, Government of Delhi; and principal secretary in the public works department in the government of Delhi. For five years, he was an additional commissioner in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi, and he worked for the government of India in the ministries of energy (department of power) and commerce. In addition, he was also a joint secretary in the government of India's ministry of information and broadcasting. He was principal secretary (education) in the Delhi Administration. After his retirement, he devoted his time to serving as a volunteer at the Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Delhi Branch.