Paving a way for a Sustainable Road Development

India has a road network of 4.7 million km and is the second-largest in the world. This network transports more than 60 per cent of all goods in the country and 85 per cent of India’s total passenger traffic. Road activity has gradually increased over the years with the improvement in connectivity between cities, towns and villages in the country. Out of this, national highways account for 65,569 km, state highways for 130,000 km, and major district roads, rural and urban roads collectively account for 3.14 million km, as per statistics with the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways.

The growth potential of the roads sector is tremendous in India with a fast-growing economy and a rising need for world-class infrastructure for better road connectivity. According to the ministry’s data, traffic on roads is growing at a rate of up to 10% per annum, while vehicular population growth is nearly 12% per annum. This spells out the need for fast growth of the roads network in the near future.
The Indian government plans to develop a total of 66,117 km of roads under different programmes such as National Highways Development Project (NHDP), Special Accelerated Road Development Programme in North East (SARDP-NE) and Left Wing Extremism (LWE), and has set an objective of building 30 km of road a day from 2016.

The 2015 Annual India Roads Conference edition will deliver the highest quality content; address the most current topics related to the on-going road transportation projects and future projects initiated by the Government of India along with its respective State Government bodies.

The conference is scheduled for a one day exclusive event on the 5th November 2015 at Novotel Mumbai Juhu Beach.

Agenda



Concretization and maintenance of roads and highways:-

  • Steps to be taken for the concretization of roads and highways in India.
  • Improvements in concrete quality and management of the roads.

Development in technology for road sector in India:-

  • Technological advancements for sustainability of roads transportation.
  • Adoption of latest information & technology for the design, construction, operation and maintenance of roads.

PPP Model for road transportation:-

  • Challenges in PPP model
  • How to overcome these challenges
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SPEAKERS

Ajay Pradhan

Shri Sudhir Rao Hoshing

Joint Managing Director, IRB Infrastructure.

Shri P.R.K. Murthy

Chief Transport & Communication, MMRDA

Shri Guruprasad Iyer

Associate Director, CRISIL Infrastructure

Shri Ajay Saxena

PPP Expert, Asian Development Bank

Shri Rajeev Agarwal

Superintending Engineer, Govt of Rajashtan, PWD

Shri Dharamveer Singh

Ph.D. ( University of Oklahoma, USA), IIT Bombay

Dr. I.K. Pateriya

Technical & Projects – I, PMGSY

Shri Navin Kumar

Executive Director, NHIDCL

Shri DP Deshmukh

Superintending Engineer, MSRDC

Shri Prashant Fegade

General Manager (tech) & Project Director- Maharashtra, NHAI

Shri. V.S. Deshpande

Chief Engineering, MSRDC

Shri Bhupinder Singh Bedi

Procurement Specialist, India Infrastructure Finance Co Ltd

Shri M Chandrashekhar

Regional Officer, Nagpur, NHAI

Shri C. Venkataramana

MD & Co. Founder, Sunilhitech India Infra Pvt Ltd



Ajay Pradhan

Jaijit Bhattacharya

Partner, Infrastructure & Government Services, KPMG, President, Centre for Digital Economy Policy Research (C-DEP) Adjunct Professor, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi Dr. Jaijit Bhattacharya is a noted Governance Transformation expert and Partner at the International Consulting firm, KPMG. He is also Adjunct Professor at IIT Delhi. He is President of Centre for Digital Economy Policy Research. He has earlier worked in senior roles in Accenture, IBM, Oracle, Sun Microsystems and HP and has been the Founding Partner of Catallyst Constellations LLP. He has been responsible for the creation of the next generation of solutions for governments, based on open standards. Dr. Bhattacharya advises governments on e-governance strategies. He has conducted training for ADB institute in Tokyo on Public Expenditure Management and has helped World Bank develop curriculum for their e-Leadership program. He is deeply involved in Technology Policy making for the Indian Army and has coined the term "Technological Sovereignty", based on which he runs a National Conclave on Technological Sovereignty for the Indian Army and Centre for Land Warfare Studies. He also delivers invited lectures at INSEAD Singapore campus, IIT Roorkee and at IIM Calcutta. Dr. Bhattacharya has developed business models and strategies for leading companies in the IT, media and computer hardware industries. He has numerous research papers to his credit in leading journals and conferences. He has authored five books on e-Governance, including being the co-author of the first book on e-Governance in India, 'Government On-line - Opportunities and Challenges', published by McGraw Hill and released by the then Honourable President of India, Shri Abdul Kalam and author of the first e-Governance textbook book in the world, "e-Gov 2.0: Policies, Processes and Technologies" that was released by the Honorable Minister of Communication and IT, Shri Kapil Sibal. He is also the author of the first book on Privacy Middleware in the world. Dr. Bhattacharya did his PhD from Department of Computer Science and Engineering IIT Delhi, MBA from Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta and B.,Tech in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur.

Jayesh Ranjan

Jayesh Ranjan is a member of the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) of the 1992 batch and working in the state of Telanagan. He holds a Masters Degree in Psychology from Delhi University, a degree in Business Management from the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, and a Masters in Public Management from Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore

Jayesh Ranjan is the Commissioner of Industries Managing Director of the Telangana State Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (TSIIC). His responsibilities include identifying industrial development opportunities in the state, attracting investments, and providing the required infrastructure support to the industrial units. His previous assignments have been in the Tourism Department of the state government as its Secretary, and in Hyderabad Urban Development Authority (HUDA) as Vice Chairman, both for 3 years each, and various rural assignments in different parts of the state for over 12 years.

Shri Guruprasad Iyer

Associate Director, CRISIL Infrastructure

Michael Mulquin

Michael Mulquin has been working for the last twenty years on how technology can help neighbourhoods, cities and regions work better. He is an active member of most of the European and International standards bodies working on developing standards and guidance documents for smart cities. He was technical author for a recently published British Standards Institution (BSI) publication: Smart cities - Guide to the role of the planning and development process, and is in the process of writing another BSI Guide to provide an overview of smart cities for city and industry leaders.

Shri Bhupinder Singh Bedi

Procurement Specialist, India Infrastructure Finance Co Ltd



Ajay Pradhan

Jaijit Bhattacharya

Partner, Infrastructure & Government Services, KPMG, President, Centre for Digital Economy Policy Research (C-DEP) Adjunct Professor, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi Dr. Jaijit Bhattacharya is a noted Governance Transformation expert and Partner at the International Consulting firm, KPMG. He is also Adjunct Professor at IIT Delhi. He is President of Centre for Digital Economy Policy Research. He has earlier worked in senior roles in Accenture, IBM, Oracle, Sun Microsystems and HP and has been the Founding Partner of Catallyst Constellations LLP. He has been responsible for the creation of the next generation of solutions for governments, based on open standards. Dr. Bhattacharya advises governments on e-governance strategies. He has conducted training for ADB institute in Tokyo on Public Expenditure Management and has helped World Bank develop curriculum for their e-Leadership program. He is deeply involved in Technology Policy making for the Indian Army and has coined the term "Technological Sovereignty", based on which he runs a National Conclave on Technological Sovereignty for the Indian Army and Centre for Land Warfare Studies. He also delivers invited lectures at INSEAD Singapore campus, IIT Roorkee and at IIM Calcutta. Dr. Bhattacharya has developed business models and strategies for leading companies in the IT, media and computer hardware industries. He has numerous research papers to his credit in leading journals and conferences. He has authored five books on e-Governance, including being the co-author of the first book on e-Governance in India, 'Government On-line - Opportunities and Challenges', published by McGraw Hill and released by the then Honourable President of India, Shri Abdul Kalam and author of the first e-Governance textbook book in the world, "e-Gov 2.0: Policies, Processes and Technologies" that was released by the Honorable Minister of Communication and IT, Shri Kapil Sibal. He is also the author of the first book on Privacy Middleware in the world. Dr. Bhattacharya did his PhD from Department of Computer Science and Engineering IIT Delhi, MBA from Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta and B.,Tech in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur.

Jayesh Ranjan

Jayesh Ranjan is a member of the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) of the 1992 batch and working in the state of Telanagan. He holds a Masters Degree in Psychology from Delhi University, a degree in Business Management from the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, and a Masters in Public Management from Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore

Jayesh Ranjan is the Commissioner of Industries Managing Director of the Telangana State Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (TSIIC). His responsibilities include identifying industrial development opportunities in the state, attracting investments, and providing the required infrastructure support to the industrial units. His previous assignments have been in the Tourism Department of the state government as its Secretary, and in Hyderabad Urban Development Authority (HUDA) as Vice Chairman, both for 3 years each, and various rural assignments in different parts of the state for over 12 years.

Shri Guruprasad Iyer

Associate Director, CRISIL Infrastructure

Michael Mulquin

Michael Mulquin has been working for the last twenty years on how technology can help neighbourhoods, cities and regions work better. He is an active member of most of the European and International standards bodies working on developing standards and guidance documents for smart cities. He was technical author for a recently published British Standards Institution (BSI) publication: Smart cities - Guide to the role of the planning and development process, and is in the process of writing another BSI Guide to provide an overview of smart cities for city and industry leaders.

Shri Bhupinder Singh Bedi

Procurement Specialist, India Infrastructure Finance Co Ltd



Ajay Pradhan

Jaijit Bhattacharya

Partner, Infrastructure & Government Services, KPMG, President, Centre for Digital Economy Policy Research (C-DEP) Adjunct Professor, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi Dr. Jaijit Bhattacharya is a noted Governance Transformation expert and Partner at the International Consulting firm, KPMG. He is also Adjunct Professor at IIT Delhi. He is President of Centre for Digital Economy Policy Research. He has earlier worked in senior roles in Accenture, IBM, Oracle, Sun Microsystems and HP and has been the Founding Partner of Catallyst Constellations LLP. He has been responsible for the creation of the next generation of solutions for governments, based on open standards. Dr. Bhattacharya advises governments on e-governance strategies. He has conducted training for ADB institute in Tokyo on Public Expenditure Management and has helped World Bank develop curriculum for their e-Leadership program. He is deeply involved in Technology Policy making for the Indian Army and has coined the term "Technological Sovereignty", based on which he runs a National Conclave on Technological Sovereignty for the Indian Army and Centre for Land Warfare Studies. He also delivers invited lectures at INSEAD Singapore campus, IIT Roorkee and at IIM Calcutta. Dr. Bhattacharya has developed business models and strategies for leading companies in the IT, media and computer hardware industries. He has numerous research papers to his credit in leading journals and conferences. He has authored five books on e-Governance, including being the co-author of the first book on e-Governance in India, 'Government On-line - Opportunities and Challenges', published by McGraw Hill and released by the then Honourable President of India, Shri Abdul Kalam and author of the first e-Governance textbook book in the world, "e-Gov 2.0: Policies, Processes and Technologies" that was released by the Honorable Minister of Communication and IT, Shri Kapil Sibal. He is also the author of the first book on Privacy Middleware in the world. Dr. Bhattacharya did his PhD from Department of Computer Science and Engineering IIT Delhi, MBA from Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta and B.,Tech in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur.

Jayesh Ranjan

Jayesh Ranjan is a member of the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) of the 1992 batch and working in the state of Telanagan. He holds a Masters Degree in Psychology from Delhi University, a degree in Business Management from the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, and a Masters in Public Management from Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore

Jayesh Ranjan is the Commissioner of Industries Managing Director of the Telangana State Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (TSIIC). His responsibilities include identifying industrial development opportunities in the state, attracting investments, and providing the required infrastructure support to the industrial units. His previous assignments have been in the Tourism Department of the state government as its Secretary, and in Hyderabad Urban Development Authority (HUDA) as Vice Chairman, both for 3 years each, and various rural assignments in different parts of the state for over 12 years.

Shri Guruprasad Iyer

Associate Director, CRISIL Infrastructure

Michael Mulquin

Michael Mulquin has been working for the last twenty years on how technology can help neighbourhoods, cities and regions work better. He is an active member of most of the European and International standards bodies working on developing standards and guidance documents for smart cities. He was technical author for a recently published British Standards Institution (BSI) publication: Smart cities - Guide to the role of the planning and development process, and is in the process of writing another BSI Guide to provide an overview of smart cities for city and industry leaders.

Shri Bhupinder Singh Bedi

Procurement Specialist, India Infrastructure Finance Co Ltd

Ajay Pradhan

Jaijit Bhattacharya

Partner, Infrastructure & Government Services, KPMG, President, Centre for Digital Economy Policy Research (C-DEP) Adjunct Professor, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi Dr. Jaijit Bhattacharya is a noted Governance Transformation expert and Partner at the International Consulting firm, KPMG. He is also Adjunct Professor at IIT Delhi. He is President of Centre for Digital Economy Policy Research. He has earlier worked in senior roles in Accenture, IBM, Oracle, Sun Microsystems and HP and has been the Founding Partner of Catallyst Constellations LLP. He has been responsible for the creation of the next generation of solutions for governments, based on open standards. Dr. Bhattacharya advises governments on e-governance strategies. He has conducted training for ADB institute in Tokyo on Public Expenditure Management and has helped World Bank develop curriculum for their e-Leadership program. He is deeply involved in Technology Policy making for the Indian Army and has coined the term "Technological Sovereignty", based on which he runs a National Conclave on Technological Sovereignty for the Indian Army and Centre for Land Warfare Studies. He also delivers invited lectures at INSEAD Singapore campus, IIT Roorkee and at IIM Calcutta. Dr. Bhattacharya has developed business models and strategies for leading companies in the IT, media and computer hardware industries. He has numerous research papers to his credit in leading journals and conferences. He has authored five books on e-Governance, including being the co-author of the first book on e-Governance in India, 'Government On-line - Opportunities and Challenges', published by McGraw Hill and released by the then Honourable President of India, Shri Abdul Kalam and author of the first e-Governance textbook book in the world, "e-Gov 2.0: Policies, Processes and Technologies" that was released by the Honorable Minister of Communication and IT, Shri Kapil Sibal. He is also the author of the first book on Privacy Middleware in the world. Dr. Bhattacharya did his PhD from Department of Computer Science and Engineering IIT Delhi, MBA from Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta and B.,Tech in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur.

Jayesh Ranjan

Jayesh Ranjan is a member of the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) of the 1992 batch and working in the state of Telanagan. He holds a Masters Degree in Psychology from Delhi University, a degree in Business Management from the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, and a Masters in Public Management from Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore

Jayesh Ranjan is the Commissioner of Industries Managing Director of the Telangana State Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (TSIIC). His responsibilities include identifying industrial development opportunities in the state, attracting investments, and providing the required infrastructure support to the industrial units. His previous assignments have been in the Tourism Department of the state government as its Secretary, and in Hyderabad Urban Development Authority (HUDA) as Vice Chairman, both for 3 years each, and various rural assignments in different parts of the state for over 12 years.

Shri Guruprasad Iyer

Associate Director, CRISIL Infrastructure

Michael Mulquin

Michael Mulquin has been working for the last twenty years on how technology can help neighbourhoods, cities and regions work better. He is an active member of most of the European and International standards bodies working on developing standards and guidance documents for smart cities. He was technical author for a recently published British Standards Institution (BSI) publication: Smart cities - Guide to the role of the planning and development process, and is in the process of writing another BSI Guide to provide an overview of smart cities for city and industry leaders.

Shri Bhupinder Singh Bedi

Procurement Specialist, India Infrastructure Finance Co Ltd

Ajay Pradhan

Jaijit Bhattacharya

Partner, Infrastructure & Government Services, KPMG, President, Centre for Digital Economy Policy Research (C-DEP) Adjunct Professor, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi Dr. Jaijit Bhattacharya is a noted Governance Transformation expert and Partner at the International Consulting firm, KPMG. He is also Adjunct Professor at IIT Delhi. He is President of Centre for Digital Economy Policy Research. He has earlier worked in senior roles in Accenture, IBM, Oracle, Sun Microsystems and HP and has been the Founding Partner of Catallyst Constellations LLP. He has been responsible for the creation of the next generation of solutions for governments, based on open standards. Dr. Bhattacharya advises governments on e-governance strategies. He has conducted training for ADB institute in Tokyo on Public Expenditure Management and has helped World Bank develop curriculum for their e-Leadership program. He is deeply involved in Technology Policy making for the Indian Army and has coined the term "Technological Sovereignty", based on which he runs a National Conclave on Technological Sovereignty for the Indian Army and Centre for Land Warfare Studies. He also delivers invited lectures at INSEAD Singapore campus, IIT Roorkee and at IIM Calcutta. Dr. Bhattacharya has developed business models and strategies for leading companies in the IT, media and computer hardware industries. He has numerous research papers to his credit in leading journals and conferences. He has authored five books on e-Governance, including being the co-author of the first book on e-Governance in India, 'Government On-line - Opportunities and Challenges', published by McGraw Hill and released by the then Honourable President of India, Shri Abdul Kalam and author of the first e-Governance textbook book in the world, "e-Gov 2.0: Policies, Processes and Technologies" that was released by the Honorable Minister of Communication and IT, Shri Kapil Sibal. He is also the author of the first book on Privacy Middleware in the world. Dr. Bhattacharya did his PhD from Department of Computer Science and Engineering IIT Delhi, MBA from Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta and B.,Tech in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur.

Jayesh Ranjan

Jayesh Ranjan is a member of the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) of the 1992 batch and working in the state of Telanagan. He holds a Masters Degree in Psychology from Delhi University, a degree in Business Management from the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, and a Masters in Public Management from Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore

Jayesh Ranjan is the Commissioner of Industries Managing Director of the Telangana State Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (TSIIC). His responsibilities include identifying industrial development opportunities in the state, attracting investments, and providing the required infrastructure support to the industrial units. His previous assignments have been in the Tourism Department of the state government as its Secretary, and in Hyderabad Urban Development Authority (HUDA) as Vice Chairman, both for 3 years each, and various rural assignments in different parts of the state for over 12 years.

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Associate Director, CRISIL Infrastructure

Michael Mulquin

Michael Mulquin has been working for the last twenty years on how technology can help neighbourhoods, cities and regions work better. He is an active member of most of the European and International standards bodies working on developing standards and guidance documents for smart cities. He was technical author for a recently published British Standards Institution (BSI) publication: Smart cities - Guide to the role of the planning and development process, and is in the process of writing another BSI Guide to provide an overview of smart cities for city and industry leaders.

Philip Bane

Philip Bane is an expert in applying technology to achieve sustainability. He has been a pioneer in resource informatics for sustainability (managing multiple resources streams via integrated data management) and now, at the Smart Cities Council, assists cities plan and develop holistic, synergistic approaches for managing resources.

Philip has held senior, global positions in sales, operations and law. He has taken a company public as its General Counsel, established businesses in Russia and India, and led complex, multi-million dollar projects managing data in the oil & gas industry. At Smart Cities Council, Philip is responsible for managing all day-to-day activities


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Past Speakers

  • AK Lakhotia, Chairman, MBL Infra
  • Dr. I.K.Pateriya, Director(Technical), NRRDA
  • Shri. Palash Srivastava, Director PPP & Programs, IDFC
  • Dr. Ashok Kumar, Rural Roads Specialist, World Bank India
  • Dr. Kanaga Durai, HoD Road Development Planning & Management, CRRI
  • Shri. Rohit Kumar, Director(PMGSY), MoRD
  • Shri. V L Patankar, Member(Technical), NHAI
  • Arther Shahab, CEO, Uniquest Infra
  • Avadesh Singh, CEO, EGIS
  • Col Surinder Kuda, Executive Director, Ashoka Buildcon
  • Deepak Mittal, CEO, KMCIL
  • Harish Mathur, Chief Executive, ITNL
  • Hemant Modi, CEO, JMC, Projects
  • Hemant Kanoria, CMD, SREI Infra
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WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Participants of India Roads 2015 consists of all stakeholders of infrastructure and construction sector represented by:

  • Road operators
  • Construction firms and contractors
  • Government agencies
  • Financial institutions
  • Road development agencies
  • Tollway companies
  • State Infrastructure development boards
  • Tolling technology providers
  • Service providers
  • Construction equipment providers
  • Road products and service providers
  • Infrastructure development organizations
  • Consultant organizations
  • Legal firms
  • Multilateral agencies
TOP 4 REASONS TO ATTEND THE SUMMIT
  • INDIA Roads Conference is the India's largest and most comprehensive event on Indian road infrastructure.
  • BE ALL ears to the influential presentations/ speeches by key policy makers and industry experts.
  • TO LEARN about latest practices, partnership strategies and policy updates through interactive sessions and panel discussions.
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