Brajesh Jain holds Bachelor of Technology (Electronics Engineering) degree from Indian Institute of Technology Banaras Hindu University. He is recipient of University gold medal.
Over the years, he worked at leading Indian companies. At the start of professional Career, he worked at leading Electronics Company Bharat Electronics Ltd for Radio/Microwave/Satellite networks for Defence and large networks for Oil and Police sector. This gave him good understanding in network planning, design, deployment and operations of integrated communication networks.
Later in mid eighties, he moved to a Computer Company CMC Ltd (now part of Tata Consultancy Services TCS). He got opportunity of working in the emerging field of networks, Integrated Data/Voice and Computer applications, network based on Dial up, Leased lines, X.25 and X.400 packet networks and Email, and TCP/IP.
In mid nineties, as telecom started getting liberalised in India, he worked on Business Development of basic telephony Services encompassing both wireline and wireless as precursor to Mobile Communications. This gave him exposure to work jointly with RPG, India & NTT Japan teams. Along with NTT experts, he got international exposure while visiting Tokyo, Philippines, Thailand and Hong Kong and gained valuable experience of work firsthand.
He got associated with Internet in 1999, right from day one, when, Government of India licensed private ISPs. Working in Estel Communications Pvt Ltd and later at Spectranet Ltd (now Citycom Networks), he faced the challenge of planning, procurement, creating technical expert teams, installation and operation of Internet Service nodes and Internet International Gateways.
In summary, he has 40 years experience in Telecom and Internet Industry with strong technical and commercial knowledge of handling new projects. In addition, he having worked closely with Department of Telecommunications, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), DeitY have gained the valuable experience of planning and strategizing at National level to create an enabling Telecommunication Environment for the public at large.
Last modified on 30/01/2020