|Founded||28 November 1985|
|Headquarters||Singrauli, Madhya Pradesh, India|
|Shri Tapas Kumar Nag, Chairman-cum-Managing Director|
|INR 21.5 billion (2006) or USD 524 million|
Number of employees
Northern Coalfields Limited (NCL) was started in 1985 and is a subsidiary of Coal India. Its headquarters is in Singrauli. Earlier it was a area of Central Coalfields Limited (CCL).
NCL operates 10 coal mines, 01 State of art Workshop, 01 150 bedded Hospital & 01 High Centralized Training Institute
• Amlohri • Block-B • Bina • Dudhichua • Jayant • Jhingurda • Kakri • Khadia • Nigahi • Krishnashila • Central Workshop, Jayant • Nehru Shatabdi Chikitsalaya, Jayant • Central Excavation Training Institute, Singrauli
Coal blocks in the area
- BLOCK B
- CENTRAL WORK SHOP(CWS)
NCL Produced 80.22 Million Tonnes of coal in the year 2015-2016.
After achieving profits and coal production more than the targeted value, NCL in collaboration with UPRVUNL is planning to set up a 1,000 MW coal-based power plant in Uttar Pradesh. NCL is also planning to set up a power plant of 1,000 megawatts in Madhya Pradesh with Neyveli Lignite Corporation. NCL has already got the permission with the Directors of CIL.
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