Central Coalfields

Summary

Central Coalfields Limited
TypePublic sector
(Government-owned)
IndustryCoal
Founded1 November 1975
HeadquartersRanchi, Jharkhand
Key people
PM Prasad, Chairman cum Managing Director
ProductsCoal
IncreaseINR 1704.47 Crore (2018-19) [1]
OwnerGovernment Of India
Number of employees
39,222 (2019)
Websitewww.centralcoalfields.in/hindi/ind/
Darbhanga House, Headquarters of Central Coalfields Limited (CCL), Ranchi, Jharkhand

HistoryEdit

Central Coalfields Limited (CCL) is a subsidiary of Coal India Limited (CIL), an undertaking of the Government of India. CCL manages the nationalized coal mines of the Coal Mines Authority, Central division. CCL is headquartered at Darbhanga House, Ranchi, Jharkhand. It presently has 65 operative mines (20 underground and 45 opencast) in areas of East Bokaro, West Bokaro, North Karanpura, South Karanpura, Ramgarh Giridih and Hutar.

Their facilities include

6 Washeries (5 Coking Coal and 1 Non-Coking Coal)

1 Central Workshop (Barkakana)

5 Regional Workshops (Jarandih, Tapin North, Dakra, Giridih and Bhurkunda)

CCL earned Mini Ratna status in 2007. Ashok Project, Piparwar Project, Magadh Project and Amrapali Project are among the largest projects of India.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://www.centralcoalfields.in/prfnc/pdf/final_annual_report_2018_19.pdf[bare URL PDF]

External linksEdit

Official website : www.centralcoalfields.in