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Nirupama Kotru (IRS) appointed as Part time Director of Coal India

Ministry of Coal’s Joint Secretary and Financial Advisor Nirupama Kotru (IRS) has been appointed as Part-time Official Director on the board of Coal India Limited (CIL)

Nirupama Kotru (IRS) appointed as Part time Official Director of Coal India
Nirupama Kotru (IRS) appointed as Part time Official Director of Coal India

New Delhi: Ministry of Coal has appointed Nirupama Kotru (IRS) as part-time Official Director on the Board of Coal India Limited (CIL), a Maharatna PSU under the Ministry of Coal. She has been appointed on the Board of CIL with effect from June 15, in place of Anil Kumar Nayak (IoFS). She is currently serving as Joint Secretary & Financial Adviser in the Ministry of Coal. This information has been shared by the Maharatna Coal PSU in a regulatory filing to the stock exchange on Wednesday.

Kotru is an Indian Revenue Service (IRS) officer of the 1992-batch. Previously, she has held as Commissioner in Income Tax Department, South Delhi. She was appointed as Joint Secretary in the Ministry of Coal on May 16 this year.

Part-time Directors are those Directors who do not take a direct part in the day to day management and administration of the company.

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Coal India Limited (CIL)

Coal India Limited (CIL) is an Indian state-owned coal mining and refinery company headquartered in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. It is the largest coal-producing company in the world and a Maharatna PSU under the Ministry of Coal Government of India. The company contributes to around 82 percent of the coal production in the country. On Tuesday, the company has announced a job cut by 5 percent every year for the next 5-10 years as part of its cost-cutting measures.

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