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B. Sairam is the new CMD of Singrauli-based NCL

Mar 14th, 2024 8:12 pm | By | Category: SPECIAL NEWS COVERAGE

B. Sairam is the new Chairman and Managing Director of Northern Coalfields Limited, the Singrauli-based flagship Subsidiary of Coal India Limited. He assumed the charge for the post on Wednesday. Sairam brings a vast reservoir of knowledge and experience spanned over 33 years of dedicated service in the coal sector.

A distinguished graduate mining engineer from NIT Raipur,Sairam has traversed various domains within the coal industry, including mine operations, planning, logistics, and regulatory affairs.

His commitment to excellence and innovation has been further augmented by his academic pursuits, notably a rigorous 15-month full-time residential PGDM in Energy Management at NTPC School of Business Delhi. During this program, he underwent a transformative 15-day immersion program at Nanyang Business School, Singapore, enriching his understanding of global energy dynamics.
Shri Sairam’s unwavering dedication to sustainable energy practices was demonstrated through his involvement in the comprehensive study of the Just Energy Transition efforts in Germany and Poland.

Before he was appointed as CMD of NCL, he was serving as Director (Technical) in Ranchi-based Central Coalfields Limited where he played pivotal roles in stepping-up company’s organic growth, development of coal logistics like tripling of Tori-Shivpur Line thus augmenting coal dispatch to upcountry power consumers, First Mile Connectivity projects including North Urimiri CHP-Silo, Forest & Environment Clearance, and projectising greenfield and brownfield mines.

Sairam has been instrumental in community development projects and aligning Coal India’s sustainability vision with UN sustainability goals during his stint as Executive Director at CIL.

He has also spearheaded key divisions such as Employee Welfare, Public Relations, and Legal.

Northern Coalfields Limited, Singrauli is a pioneering coal company operating with its 10 highly mechanized mines in Singrauli and Sonebhadra Districts of MP and UP respectively, and eyeing over 135 Million Tonnes of Coal production and Dispatch in FY 2023-24.

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