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NN Thakur takes additional charge as Director (Finance) at CCL

With the addition of the new responsibility, he is presently serving as Director (Finance) of NCL and CCL and Director (Personnel), NCL

NN Thakur takes additional charge as Director (Finance) at CCL
NN Thakur takes additional charge as Director (Finance) at CCL

Singrauli: NN Thakur, currently serving as Director (Finance) at Northern Coalfields Limited (NCL), has assumed additional charge of Director (Finance) of Coal India subsidiary Central Coalfields Limited (CCL). He has been entrusted with this responsibility after the superannuation of DK Ghosh.

Earlier in March, Thakur had also assumed the additional charge of Director (Personnel) at NCL. With the addition of the new responsibility, he is presently serving as Director (Finance) of NCL and CCL and Director (Personnel), NCL.

During his stint at Piparwar Area of CCL, Thakur spearheaded several cost-cutting initiatives which lead to an exponential rise in profits at Piparwar. This, in turn, also resulted in CCL registering historical profit figures. He is also credited for formulating pricing policy of CMPDI which became the cornerstone of systemic improvement in the company

Thakur had assumed the charge as Director (Finance) of Northern Coalfields Limited (NCL) in June last year. With an experience of more than 33 years, Thakur has worked as General Manager (Finance) in Central Mine Planning and Design Institute (CMPDI) before assuming this charge. After completing ICWA in 1986, he started his career in Bharat Coking Coal Limited (BCCL) in the same year.

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Thakur worked in BCCL up to 2012 after which he was posted in Central Coalfields Limited (CCL). During his stint at Piparwar Area of CCL, Thakur spearheaded several cost-cutting initiatives which lead to an exponential rise in profits at Piparwar. This, in turn, also resulted in CCL registering historical profit figures. He is also credited for formulating pricing policy of CMPDI which became the cornerstone of systemic improvement in the company, an official statement said.

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