Professor Hardayal Singh appointed the Interim Dean of SOIL
SOIL (School of Inspired Leadership), a unit of Grow Talent Co. Ltd., announced the appointment of Mr. Hardayal Singh as the Interim Dean of the institution. A member of SOIL faculty since 2010, Mr. Hardayal Singh teaches Economics and Public Policy.
- (1888PressRelease) June 12, 2012 - SOIL (School of Inspired Leadership), a unit of Grow Talent Co. Ltd., announced the appointment of Mr. Hardayal Singh as the Interim Dean of the institution. A member of SOIL faculty since 2010, Mr. Hardayal Singh teaches Economics and Public Policy.
With rich experience in direct taxation, Prof. Singh administered the law, researched and formulated policies and practiced it as departmental counsel. He also taught it to the officers of the Indian Revenue Service and also to MBA students at the Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management, Mumbai.
He has co-authored special chapters on the Vigilance Manual on vigilance management in public sector banks and public sector undertakings. As Director of Organisation and Management Services in the Central Board of Direct Taxes, he further co-authored about 50 management studies on diverse subjects.
"We have great confidence in Mr. Singh's ability to lead the college. With his values, commitment and leadership instincts, he brings to SOIL an unusual combination of academic and administrative experience. We look forward to growing under his leadership", says Mr. Anil Sachdev, Founder & CEO, SOIL.
"I am honoured by this opportunity, and look forward to serving SOIL to the best of my abilities", says Mr. Hardayal Singh
Mr. Hardayal Singh has had a very distinguished career with the Indian Revenue Service and has held positions such as Chief Income Tax Commissioner, Additional Secretary Central Vigilance Commission and Income-tax Ombudsman in Mumbai. Between 1974 and 1978 he pioneered management training in the income-tax department. He has also written for the Times of India, Hindu, Business Standard Economic and Political weekly, Management in Government and others.
Mr. Singh is an M.A. in Political Science and an M.Sc in Fiscal Studies from the University of Bath, U.K. with distinction. He has been trained at the Royal Institute of Public Administraiton, London and Administrative Staff College of India