Shri Anup Kumar Satpathy assumed the charge of Divisional Railway Manager, Waltair Division. Shri Chetan Kumar Shrivastava has been transferred as Principal Chief Safety Officer of Eastern Railway. Shri Anup Kumar is highly competent and renowned officer of Indian Railway Traffic Service. He belongs to Indian Railway Traffic Service and began his career in 1995. After joining as Area manager of Sahdol in 1997, he held various posts in operations at Chakradharpur Division of South Eastern Railway. Later held key posts in traffic commercial at Garden Reach, Kolkata, S.E. Railway and at Bilaspur & Nagpur Divisions of South East Central Railway. He also held the post of Senior Divisional Safety officer of Raipur Division for a brief time. As Chief General Manager of the Central Region of Container Corporation of India, he took the business of company to new heights at Bhopal, Raipur, Nagpur, Aurangabad , Bhusaval etc and was awarded by the Chief Minister of Chattisgarh as the best Business Leader in 2020. There are many awards and recognitions to his credit for meritorious service like General Managers Award in 1999 and Railway Board National Award in 2001. He has been trained in National Academy of Indian Rlys, Vadodara and also attended Port and Logistics training in Antwerp, Belgium etc.
Sri Satpathy was born and brought up at village Khandamouda in Singhbhum District of Jharkhand. After his matriculation from the Khandamouda Odia High school he did his higher secondary studies in the MPC college at Baripada, Odisha and Graduation in Bhadrak college, Odisha . He has also done MBA at Nagpur.
Apart from professional life his hobbies are social work, cycling, reading and conservation of Nature. The garden developed in his official Bungalow has been admired widely.
From green boards to English labs, tastefully done classrooms to uninterrupted drinking water supply and clean washrooms, students of Makeoverwill no longer skip their classes as their schools draw their attention with a bunch of new features. Thanks to Nadu Nedu Mana-Badi, 1,130 schools out of 4,100-plus in 43 mandals of Visakhapatnam are getting a makeover in the first phase of the State Governments flagship programme.