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NBCC pays a dividend of Rs 77.14 crore to the government

By Indian Mandarins- 01 Nov 2019
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NBCC (India) Ltd, a CPSE Navratna under MoHUA, has paid its final dividend of Rs 77.14 cr to the government for FY 2018-19 on October 29, 2019. Dividend cheque of Rs 77.14 cr has been handed over to Hardeep Singh Puri, Minister of State for MoHUA by Pawan Kumar Gupta, Chairman & Managing Director of NBCC.

Top officials who attended the occasion included Durga Shanker Mishra (IAS), Secretary, MoHUA; Shiv Das Meena (IAS), Additional Secretary, MoHUA; Functional Directors of NBCC namely: S Rajendra Chaudhari, Director (Commercial); N K Shah, Director (Projects); B K Sokhey, Director (Finance) of NBCC & HSCL.

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