Dr. Sreeradha Bagchi Paul
Associated with Susrut from 1998.
Competent and versatile clinical and administrative head of Susrut Eye Foundation and Research Centre with a comprehensive experience of over 15 years across the entire gamut of operations involved in hospital administration, clinical management and operations. Proven competencies in rolling out innovative hospital administrative strategies to ensure highest level of healthcare delivery. Demonstrated capabilities in policy designing, project management, budget control, procurement, process improvements, program development and facility expansion. Acknowledged strengths in defining hospital services scope and generating needed thrust to earn a strong positioning for the hospital
Dr. Ratish Chandra Paul
MBBS, DOMS, MS.
Associated with Susrut from 1998.
He is one of the most experienced and renowned ophthalmologists in Eastern India. He specializes in refractive cataract surgery and laser aided cataract surgeries. He is the medical director of Vanmukta Eye Bank. He is a faculty in cataract surgery training program at Susrut Eye Foundation and Research Centre.
Shri. Jayantilal G. Patel
Born at Sunav, Gujarat, on 8th March, 1931, ShriJayantilal G. Patel, son of Late Govindbhai J. Patel, was a commerce graduate from Calcutta University. He passed in 1st Division from St. Xavier’s College, Calcutta in the year 1953. After completing studies, he joined family tea business of M/s G. Patel & Co. Pvt. Ltd., and attended to their domestic & export business exclusively. He toured India and abroad several times for export of tea and secured important tea export business for the Company. He was a member of the Trade Delegation to USSR and East European Countries in 1967 and to the Middle East Countries in 1969. He served on the General Committee of the Calcutta Tea Traders Association since 1967 and on the Executive Committee of the Indian Tea Merchants Association since 1966. He was elected Chairman of the Calcutta Tea Traders Association for the year 1972 and the President of the Indian Tea Merchants Association for the year 1972 and 1973. He is the Trustee of the PatidarSamaj, Calcutta and Calcutta Gujarati Samaj, Calcutta. He is the executive Committee Member of the Calcutta Gujarati Education Society, Bhawanipur Education Society, Calcutta Gujarati Hospital and Friends Sporting Union.
Mr. Shib Sankar Bagchi
Associated with Susrut from 2006.
Shibsankar Bagchi, is an alumni of Narendrapur Ramakrishna Mission and completed his B.TEch in Computer Science & Engineering from NSEC. He has been involved in hospital administration and process improvement of Susrut from 2006 and presently chairs the treasurer position of the society. He is an active rotarian and involved in various philanthropic projects for social upliftment in educational, livelihood generation and rural development.
Sri Asok Kumar Chatterji
Born in Kolkata on 21st May, 1942, Sri Asok Kumar Chatterji, son of Manindra Nath Chatterji, obtained the post graduate degree in commerce from Calcutta University in the year 1964. Sri Chatterji served the West Bengal Government in various positions and in different offices by which he acquired vast administrative experience together with knowledge about the welfare programmes of the government in the state. He also served Government of India on deputation for more than five years to promote various youth welfare activities and assisted the West Bengal Government to set up a large number of block level youth centres between 1972 and 1978. Sri Chatterji retired from the West Bengal Civil Service (Executive) in the year 2002, when he was serving as Joint Secretary in the Urban Development Department. Even after 2002, Sri Chatterji continued to assist the State Government on various important matters, specially about defending the state government in some important court cases. Besides, working in the government sector, Sri Chatterji held various important positions in the WBCS Association and became the president of WBCS (Executive) Officers’ Association. After retirement Sri Chatterji is associated with various social activities, but most important one is in the field of the pensioners. He is the Vice President of Government Pensioners Association, West Bengal.