Alagesan assumes additional charge as Chairman, MD of ITI Ltd

State-owned ITI Limited today announced that K Alagesan assumed additional charge as its Chairman and Managing Director on May 31, following S Gopu's retirement.

An order from the ministry of communications, department of telecommunications, said Alagesan is director (production and human resource) of the company, a statement here said.

He has served the company since January 1982, which he joined as assistant executive engineer, it said.

Alagesan has been instrumental in the implementation of the revival plan of the company and has introduced GPON technology, optical fibre, HDPE duct, 3-D printing service, ruggedised MUX, radio modem, smart energy meters, etc.

He has also been heading various defence projects such as army static communication network, defence communication network, network for spectrum and supply of various encryption equipment, the statement added.

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