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    CIL Chairman confident of CCL achieving production targets

    January 22, 2022 - United News of India


      Ranchi, Jan. 22 -- Chairman of Coal India Limited (CIL) Pramod Agarwal who chaired a review meeting of Central Coalfields Limited (CCL) at its headquarters here on Saturday exuded confidence that its subsidiary will be able to achieve its production targets for the ongoing financial year.

      The agenda of the meeting was to increase supply of coal to the power plants, situated in various states of the country.

      He also reviewed the implementation of the ERP in the company so that the stakeholders get benefitted from this new system.

      CMD, CCL PM Prasad, CMD, CMPDIL Manoj Kumar, General Managers/HoDs of various departments attended the meeting. Area General Manager were also connected via video conferencing.

      Agarwal reviewed the performance of the company and issued necessary instructions to increase the production in remaining period of ongoing FY Year 2021-22. He expressed confidence that CCL will attain the desired target for the current fiscal and asked each Area GMs to meet their targets of respective areas.

      He asked the management of CCL to ensure uninterrupted supply of coal to the power plants.

      CMD CCL PM Prasad briefed him on performance and other related issues.

      Agarwal also appreciated the efforts of the company in Covid relief and the welfare of the stakeholders.

      Jharkhand based subsidiary of CIL- CCL is carrying out mining activities in eight districts of Jharkhand and meeting the energy needs of the nation. Mining sector contributes around 2 percent to India's GDP. The sector directly and indirectly employs over 1 crore people and sustains the livelihood of about 5.5 crore people in the country. One percent growth in mining results in an increase of up to 1.5 percent growth of industrial production and 1 direct job in the sector creates 10 indirect jobs, said a statement issued by the Central Coalfields. UNI AK BM Published by HT Digital Content Services with permission from United News of India. For any query with respect to this article or any other content requirement, please contact Editor at


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