Er. Saroj Kumar Upadhyay
Himalaya Urja Bikas Company Limited
Er. Saroj Kumar Upadhyay is an entrepreneur and one of the founder of Himalaya Urja Bikas Company Limited. He is currently working as a Technical Director of Himalaya Urja Bikas Company Ltd. He has completed M.Sc. in Civil Engineering (Hons.) and holds MBA degree. He is a Project Management Expert, who has over twenty-seven years of professional experience in the development sector through leading International organizations and Private Engineering Companies. He has worked together with Swiss Association for International Cooperation, (Helvetas Nepal) and United Mission to Nepal and Himalaya Urja since its establishment in 2000s. He is an Arbitrator, Technical Auditor, Project Analyst and Certified International Assessor for IMPA Project Excellence Award 2011, 2012, 2013 & 2014. He is a former Vice Chairperson and Member of Nepal Engineering Council, an apex body responsible to regulate Engineering Education and Engineering Practices in Nepal. He worked as a member of High Level Inspection and Monitoring Committee Task Force in the Prime Minister Office and Technical Advisor to the Prime Minister. Throughout his entire career, he has engaged himself in policy making in the field of Hydro Power, Transmission Line Development, Infrastructure Development, Technical and Vocational Trainings, Trainings and Employment and strong Project implementation exposure of several infrastructure Projects in Nepal. He is a Founding Chairperson of Cemeca Human Resource Academy (P.) Ltd, Chairperson of National College of Engineering (TU Affiliated Bachelors Level Engineering Programme) and Promoter of Nepal National Educational Academy (P.) Ltd and a Founding Director of Asian Jal Urja (P.) Ltd, Matribhumi Hydro Power Development Company (P.) Ltd, Machhapuchre Hydro Power Development Company (P.) Ltd, Global Multi Energy Development Company (P.) Ltd, Himal Energy Consult (P.) Ltd, Founding Director of Himalaya Urja Bikas Company (P.) Ltd that is developing Uppalo Khimti (12 MW) and Upper Khimti – II (7 MW) Hydro Power Project over Khimti Khola in Ramechap/Dolakha District.