New Delhi: For years, India’s top logistics executive has been doing the grunt work.
He makes sure the trains, trucks and buses that haul goods are all moving at a smooth pace.
He also monitors the status of the logistics network, and when there’s a major incident, he is able to help the government in finding a solution.
“If something happens, the government will have to get the railways and the government to work together,” says Prashant Srivastava, who heads the Indian Railways’ logistics department.
I’m always here, doing my job, to make it happen,” he says. “
That’s where my expertise comes in.
I’m always here, doing my job, to make it happen,” he says.
He says he has the best advice in the business on how to run an IT business.
“The best advice I can give is to look at your business from the perspective of logistics, and how do you manage it,” he said.
“I think if you look at logistics as a whole, it will be easier to do than any other industry.”
It has been a long road, and it is going to be a tough one.
The government, which is struggling to implement its IT policies and the implementation of IT regulations in the country, has not been able to attract enough talent to run its logistics network.
In the last fiscal, the central government invested Rs1,000 crore in the infrastructure to handle the increasing volume of logistics.
But with more than 20 lakh employees, the infrastructure has been in a constant state of disrepair and some of the most dangerous areas in the entire country are the main rail and port lines.
The lack of trained personnel, coupled with the constant need for training, has led to the rise of the “factory”, which is a group of specialists who work at the rail and ports.
This is one of the biggest challenges facing the government.
“It’s been a big challenge for the government,” says Arvind Kumar, an engineer who is the president of the Indian Railway Catering and Transport Association.
“There is no place for a manufacturer, which means you have to look for other ways to operate.
You have to find ways to move things around, to build them up, to install new parts, and this has created a situation where logistics is just a job.”
The government has been trying to find solutions to these issues, but they have been unsuccessful so far.
The problem has been that the government is not prepared to invest in infrastructure, which has resulted in the “unavailability” of skilled workers, Kumar says.
The railways, which have struggled to meet the increased demand for its services, has been unable to hire and train workers who can meet the demand, which was due to the recent “technical shutdown” of the country’s railways, said Kumar.
With all the issues that have been brought up by the government over the last few months, it is a matter of concern that the logistics sector is facing such a difficult situation, said the executive, who was formerly the director of logistics for the railways.
He said the country is “living in a bubble”, where there are not enough trained people in the industry.
“My concern is that the country will have a situation in the next few months where we will have an increase in accidents,” he added.
In a recent report, the Centre for Policy Research (CPR) put out by a think-tank, India, has said the industry has witnessed a 20% rise in accidents during the past decade, with a rise in fatalities.
India is not a particularly safe place to operate an IT operation, says Srivasta, as the country has an extremely high rate of cyber attacks, a lack of infrastructure, and lax regulation.
In India, there is a very strong perception that the IT industry is in crisis.
The situation is worsening as more and more countries around the world start to adopt the IT model, and a number of experts have said that India’s IT infrastructure is in serious need of upgrade.
“Indian IT is not the same as its western counterparts,” said Srivya, adding that India has become the most vulnerable place to cyber attacks and that the number of such attacks have increased over the past year.
“India is now more vulnerable to attacks, so it’s a bit worrisome,” he adds.
“This is a big problem for the country and the industry, because the government has not put in place any good infrastructure.”
The Indian Railway has been the victim of several cyber attacks over the years.
In 2016, an IT system malfunctioned, leading to the loss of millions of dollars of data.
The incident was attributed to a software glitch that caused the railways to miss a payment on a debt.
The company had been hit with several cyberattacks before that, including one in 2016 that forced the shutdown of the entire system.
“Since 2016, we have suffered cyber attacks that we