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Sanjay R. Bhoosreddy (Sanjay R. Bhoosreedy) was born on 14 June, 1963 in Indian, is a Principal Secretary & Cane Commissioner of Uttar Pradesh, Sugar Industry & Cane Development Department. At 57 years old, Sanjay R. Bhoosreddy height not available right now. We will update Sanjay R. Bhoosreddy's height soon as possible.

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Popular As Sanjay R. Bhoosreedy
Occupation IAS officer
Age 57 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 14 June 1963
Birthday 14 June
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Nationality Indian

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As CEO of UPSRTC, I directly executed the takeover of 39 Nationalized State routes in the western region of the State by online supervision and coordination, by deployment of branch heads with detailed Action Plans and by allotting specific targets. To complete the above task in a time bound manner a very high degree of coordination with the concerned District Magistrates and Divisional Commissioners was achieved in a very short span and in a swift manner. Print and electronic media’s continuous coverage helped in gaining appreciation and reviving public faith in the organised transport system. This issue was pending since 1959.


An increased cash profit of Rs 123.51 Crores is achieved during June–September , 2007. The accomplishment of Rs. 65.48 Crores net profit was made during June–September , 2007. Increase in occupancy and improved bus productivity led to this achievement. Rs. 71.85 Crores was paid as Additional tax to the Government in June–September , 2007 as against Rs. 44.46 Crore in June–September , 2006; an increase of approximately 60%. Ensured bus-utilization of 325 km/bus/day a gain of 09 points over previous period. 94% buses kept on-road during the period of June–September , 2007 for better utilization of buses.


As Special Secretary, Housing & Urban Planning and Executive Director Awas Bandhu, "Uttar Pradesh Development Authorities' Finance & Accounts Manual, 2002" was conceived, designed and developed in order to streamline the financial management of the Development Authorities and to plug the loopholes and lay a futuristic, comprehensive and adaptable approach towards Finance and Accounts Management of the state. After the Notification of the aforesaid Manual in 2002, some major amendments were made by the Indian Parliament in the Finance and Income Tax laws, which brought the Development Authorities within its ambit. I re-examined and revised the aforementioned "Manual, 2002" with the help of financial experts to bring it in tune with the requirements and it was notified as "Uttar Pradesh Development Authorities Finance & Accounts Manual, 2004. In the era of E-Governance the Authorities will be at ease to trigger-off total computerization of efficient and transparent functioning, subsequent to the implementation of this Manual. It will also assist in the effective transmission of data between the Development Authorities and the Government.


As Executive Director Awas Bandhu, I formulated and executed, the "Blue Print for Urban Infrastructure Development" in the year 2000-01 to ensure integrated development of urban infrastructure in the major cities of the state. The projects identified under the 'Blue-Print' comprise completion of gaps and provision and augmentation of infrastructure services like water supply, drainage, sewerage, electricity, and roads, etc. The unique feature of this Programme is the convergence and dove-tailing of resources of various departments connected with housing and urban development viz., Housing, Urban Development, Urban Employment and Poverty Alleviation, Public Works Department, Railways, etc.


Sanjay R. Bhoosreddy (Practicing Policy Architect since 1989) is a 1989 batch Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer belonging to the Uttar Pradesh cadre. Sanjay Bhoosreddy is currently serving as the Principal Secretary to Excise and Sugar Industry & Cane Development Department of Uttar Pradesh and previously served as the Chief Vigilance Officer of the MMTC, New Delhi.


As CEO of UPSRTC, the long pending issues of shifting Charbagh inter-state bus station to new Alambagh inter-state bus station was executed meticulously. This issue was pending since 1946. The new Alambagh bus station, which was till then an unused infrastructure is now being fully utilised. This move has totally removed the congestion and traffic Jam at Charbagh Railway Station and Bus Station area and brought lot of accolades from public. To avoid any inconvenience to bus-passengers due to shifting of bus stand; started a shuttle service between Charbagh–Alambagh every 15 minutes. The inter-city bus establishment, which was literally on road, is now at Charbagh bus station. This has not only utilized the Charbagh bus station but also improved operational efficiency and control.