Who is the chairman of Coal India?

Mr. Pramod Agrawal, an Indian Administrative Service Officer of Madhya Pradesh Cadre 1991 batch, took over as Chairman, Coal India Limited (CIL), the world’s largest coal producing company, on and from 1st February 2020.

Who is the director of Coal India?

CIL DirectoryNAME(Ms./Shri)DESIGNATIONE-MAILShri Pramod AgrawalChairman, CILchairman.cil@coalindia.inBinay DayalDirector (Technical)dt.cil@coalindia.inR P SrivastavaDirector (Personnel & IR)dp.cil@coalindia.inSanjiv SoniDirector (Finance)df.cil@coalindia.inЕщё 50 строк

Who is Pramod Agrawal?

Pramod Agrawal – Chairman cum Managing Director – Coal India Limited | LinkedIn.

Who is the promoter of Coal India?

The Shareholding Pattern page of Coal India Ltd. presents the Promoter’s holding, FII’s holding, DII’s Holding, and Share holding by general public etc.

PREMARKET.Shareholding Pattern – Coal India Ltd.Holder’s NameNo of Shares% Share HoldingNoOfShares6162728327100%Promoters407563455366.13%Ещё 7 строк

How many companies are in Coal India?

eight

Who is the CEO of Coal India Limited?

Pramod Agrawal (Feb 1, 2020–)

Which is the biggest coal mine in India?

Jharia coalfield

Who owns Coal India?

In April 2011, CIL was conferred the Maharatna status by the Union Government of India, making it one of the seven with that status. As of 14 October 2015, CIL is owned primarily by the Union Government of India who controls its operations through the Ministry of Coal.

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Who are the shareholders of SBI?

Listings and shareholdingShareholdersShareholdingPromoters: Government of India56.92%FIIs/GDRs/OCBs/NRIs10.94%Banks & Insurance Companies10.63%Mutual Funds & UTI13.72%Ещё 2 строки

Who is promoter of ONGC?

After a rap from market regulator Sebi, Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd (HPCL) has re-filed shareholding pattern of the company for last six quarters, listing its majority owner Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC NSE 2.59 %) as a ‘promoter’.

Does Coal India give pension?

As a result, even chairman and managing directors of state-owned coal companies, such as CIL, who retired before 1997 are receiving a monthly pension of only Rs 1,000-Rs 3,000 per month.

What Is the Future of Coal India?

Coal use is anticipated to increase 3.8 per cent in 2021. In the medium term (to 2025), India has one of the highest potentials to increase coal consumption as electricity demand rises and more steel and cement are required for infrastructure projects, as per the International Energy Agency said.

What is the largest coal company?

Peabody Energy

Coal mine