Eminent personalities on WWICS board
First meet discuss post meltdown scenario
Chibber, Chatha, Siddiqui on WWICS board
Eminent personalities join immigration giant as independent directors
Chandigarh, February 3: In a major and far reaching development Global resettlement and immigration consultancy giant World Wide Immigration and Consultancy Services, WWICS, has reorganized its board of directors by incorporating of a galaxy of eminent personalities including retired Army Generals, former bureaucrats, police officers and academicians as independent directors upon its board. While eminent people from diverse spheres like former Punjab Governor Lt Gen B K N Chibber and former CBI Director Joginder Singh constitute the board as independent directors, WWICS in all approved incorporation of nine new independent directors in addition to existing directors Lt Col B S Sandhu, Chairman and MD, WWICS, Mr Devinder Sandhu and Mr Parvinder Sandhu, Senior Directors on WWICS board.
While sharing this major step with media Lt Col B S Sandhu informed that Gen B K N Chibber, PVSM and former Governor, Punjab along with Mr A S Chatha Former Chief Secretary Punjab, Mr Sudhir Boleria IAS and ex Chief Secretary Jammu and Kashmir, Kuljit Singh Sidhu IAS and ex Principal Secretary Maharashtra, Joginder Singh former Director CBI, A S Siddiqui ex DGP Punjab and Prof K N Pathak ex VC Panjab University, Prof Kuldeep Singh Dhindsa, Director General Jannayak Choudhary Devil al Vidyapeeth Sirsa and Mr Ashok Khanna, Chairman, Khanna Watches have joined on WWICS board as independent directors.
While the meeting of newly reconstituted board today dwelled upon the concerns within immigration industry after global meltdown, ways and means were discussed to deal with the challenge at hand. Having people of eminence and extraordinary experience on board is a giant leap ahead for the global leader in relocation and resettlement industry, remarked Lt Col Sandhu who welcomed all independent directors to WWICS family. We hope to progress, build capacities and widen our horizons from rich and diverse experiences of people like Lt Gen Chibber, Joginder Singh, A S Chatha, A S Siddiqui and others. Having ex bureaucrats and academicians on board will truly add value to our governance set up which will be ably guided through the monumental vision of these luminaries within there spheres of life, concluded Lt Col Sandhu.