Project Management Skills



Adept in managing complex warship boiler re-tubing projects to highly demanding engineering, procurement and construction projects for process industry across various verticals. System oriented who uses structured approach to solve problems.


Proficient in using Microsoft Project as scheduling tool, apply global benchmark practices to develop WBS, activity list and activity dependencies. Skilled in applying S-Curve for tracking deliverable and implement EVM for schedule and cost control.


Capable of leading a multi-disciplinary team of professionals in matrix as well as projectized organization structure, can lead a project right from takeover from market segment until handover of the project to end customer.


Methodically review projects, work out variances and initiate corrective and preventive actions. Involve project team in the review process and use interactive presentations to report the project progress to stakeholders.

Value System

Driven by core Naval values which are deeply imbibed in thoughts and action. Absolutely systematic, process oriented and unbiased in approach. Believes in fulfilling contractual obligations without impacting profitability.

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Atul Gaur

Project Management Professional (PMP) & Ex Naval Officer ensuring project delivery within stipulated budget, agreed schedule and approved scope.
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Microsoft project allows users to group project activities into what is known as summary task. By following simple steps any task can be converted into a summary task. In order to create a summary task, all you need to do is to indent a task just below it. It is a useful tool that can… Read More

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Earned Value Management is an effective tool for analyzing project progress and also forecasting schedule and cost performance of the project. At some point in time project managers have to face the undermentioned questions on future performance of the project cost. What is the remaining work likely to cost? What is the entire project likely… Read More

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PMP examination that offers numerous benefits to both individuals and well as the organizations is a gruelling four-hour long test which needs to be completed in one sitting. A total number of 200 questions needs to be answered in a time frame of 4 hours. The PMP Handbook specifies the distribution of these questions across… Read More

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What is PMP certification? PMP is an abbreviation for Project Management Professional, it is a professional certification offered by a not-for-profit professional membership association for the project, program and portfolio profession called Project Management Institute (PMI) based at Pennsylvania, USA. According to the May 2017 edition of PMI Today, PMI has 286 chapters, is spread… Read More

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Project management professionals engaged in managing projects big or small, simple or complex have a  desire to attain the PMP certification. PMI Today May 2017 edition puts the total active holders of PMP credential to 761,905,  making it by far one of the most sought after professional credential world over. It not only showcases that… Read More

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Project Managers often have to function without formal authority over their teams with in the organisation. They are sometimes refereed to as the “King” but in actual sense they do not posses any legitimate control in the organisation. Project Managers are expected to produce results by working outside the hierarchical structural of the organisation and with out… Read More

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Awards & Accolades

Acknowledgement of Skills

Atul achieved his Project Management Professional (PMP) certification in Feb, 2016. The extract of the certificate is available here.

Views published in PMI Career Central for a Project Management article titled Mistake? Solution. The articles dealt with mistakes that commonly occur in project management.

Atul has authored various articles for the Indian Navy. The ones that were awarded are Digial battlefields, weld repairs to water drum of aircraft carrier and titanium fabrication of snort exhaust trunking for submarines.

Views on roadblocks encountered during virtual communication was published in an article Open Lines on the Open Road in February 2014 edition of PM Network – a PMI publication.

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