Our Trainers

The following company representatives have been trained as VSVK trainers in India.

Dinesh Agrawal

General Manager, National Thermal Power Corporation

Dinesh Agrawal

Dinesh Agrawal has 39 years of experience in the power sector and carved his niche working mostly in the area of Environment, R&R, CSR, Business Excellence and Corporate Sustainability. His innovation and creativity are reflected in introducing the concept of ecological monitoring through satellite imagery. Dinesh established a Public Information Centre, Village Development Advisory Committee and a Village Quality Circle in different villages. He designed a course module on Rehabilitation & Resettlement for IGNOU. He spearheaded the formulation of standards on “Social Accountability at the Work Place” and “Guidance on Good Governance” for the Bureau of Indian Standards as well as "National Voluntary Guidelines on Economic, Social and Environmental Responsibilities of Business" for the Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs under the supervision of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India. He is a fellow of LEAD International and Senior Assessor for CII-CESD Sustainability Award.

Rajesh Chitre

Chief Compliance Officer at Merck Ltd.

Rajesh Chitre

Dr. Rajesh Chitre has more than 20 years of experience in the fields of compliance, management and governance. He has expertise in Pharma Compliance, Compliance Awareness and Trainings, Third Party Management, establishing written standards and Investigations. He has done his doctorate degree in Corporate Governance and Masters in Management Sciences. He is a member of the Advisory Group India of the Alliance for Integrity and a member of the working group Ethics & Governance of the Organisation of Pharmaceutical Producers of India (OPPI).

Achim Rodewald

Advisor for Business Responsibility, Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energies, Indo-German Chamber of Commerce

Achim Rodewald

Achim Rodewald is an Advisor for Sustainability and Business Responsibility at the Indo-German Chamber of Commerce (IGCC) in its headquarter in Mumbai. He has supported IGCC in the development and implementation of several new business offers in the fields of environmental and social compliance, among them the EUREM-training for Energy Efficiency Specialists or a training programme for the handling of waste water in the Indian textile industry. He regularly organises ‘best practice delegation trips’ in the areas of energy, water and waste management to Germany, highlighting those best practice examples that could be beneficial for India as well.