Adani Group’s Dr. Rupesh Honoured For Outstanding Leadership

New Delhi- Head of Corporate Affairs for Adani Group Punjab and Haryana, Dr. Rupesh Kumar Singh, was recently conferred the Dainik Jagran Group’s award for excellence in recognition of his remarkable work in the area of business leadership. Dr. Kumar received the honour at a ceremony that took place in Azerbaijan.

The Jagran Prakash Group Ltd, which bestows the honour in the field of business leadership excellence, hosted its sixth achievement award event in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan.

Ajay Kumar Pandey, the second secretary at the Indian Embassy in Baku, and Robshan Rahimov, the head of the South Asia division of the Azerbaijan Tourism Board, attended the event.

Dr. Singh has expertise in a variety of disciplines, including corporate affairs, company development, corporate communications and public relations, corporate social responsibility, and government relations.

Equipped with a wide variety of skills, he holds a master’s degree in business administration, and has worked in the industry for more than 25 years.

Dr Singh holds the charge of the Adani Group corporate communications, government relations, corporate social responsibility initiatives, and corporate affairs. The Group counts him among the most skilled and accomplished individuals in the field right now.

Dr. Singh, who works from Chandigarh, is a business development executive with a wide range of abilities, making him a good fit for the job. Pertinently, he has consistently received accolades and recognition for the effort and expertise he has put into his area at various periods in his career.

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