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Radio City’s Sagorika Kantharia appointed HR Head of Jagran Group

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Radio City’s Sagorika Kantharia appointed HR Head of Jagran Group

Radio City's CPO, Sagorika Kantharia, has been elevated as the HR Head for Jagran Group. The station was acquired by Jagran Prakashan recently.

 As a part of her new role, Sagorika would spearhead all the HR operations of the Jagran Group and will report to Shailesh Gupta and Apurva Purohit.

 Commenting on the development, Apurva Purohit, President, Jagran Group said, “Having worked with Sagorika for last 8 years at Radio City, I have seen how she always brought with her immense commitment and passion to every facet of the HR function. I can safely say that she has been the best HR partner any business leader could hope to have by their side, and I am sure she will excel in her new assignment too."

 "Sagorika brings a wealth of experience to her new role and we are positive that, with her team of talented and committed professionals, who are currently in process to merge the HR policies and practices across the group, will add value to our Jagran Family," said Shailesh Gupta, Director, JPL.

 Sagorika has handled the role of Chief People Officer for Radio City 91.1 FM for 8 years. Under her guidance, Radio City 91.1 FM has been featuring in the Great Places to Work (Top 50 Best companies to work for list) and in the year 2015 it ranked among Top 18. 

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