Mr. P.C. Sen, aged 66 years, is a graduate of St. Stephens College, Delhi and a post graduation in M.A. (History) and Diploma in Social Anthropology from King’s College, Cambridge U.K. and M.Sc. (Economics) from University of Swansea, U.K. He joined the Indian Administrative Service in Madhya Pradesh Cadre in 1967. He has held a variety of assignments both with the Government of Madhya Pradesh and the Government of India. He was the Director of Archaeology and Museums, M.P., Managing Director of M.P. State Tourism Corporation, Principal Secretary of Housing and Environment, Principal Secretary of Commerce and Industry and IT in the Government of M.P., Director General of Civil Aviation, Chairman and Managing Director of Indian Airlines and Chairman of Air India. He retired as Secretary General, National Human Rights Commission in April 2003. He held the position of Director of India International Centre from May 2003.
Mr. P. C. Sen was conferred the `National Citizen’s Award’ presented by the Prime Minister of India, the `Shiromani Award’ presented by the Speaker of the Lok Sabha and the `Wings of History Award’ for his tenure in Indian Airlines.
Mr. P. C. Sen has an expertise in business management and administration.