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Syamkamal N is new Company Secretary of Cochin Shipyard

Syamkamal N, who was serving as Assistant Company Secretary at Cochin Shipyard Ltd, has taken charge as Company Secretary at the PSU

New Delhi/Cochin: Syamkamal N has taken over as Company Secretary of Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL), a Miniratna PSU under the Ministry of Shipping, on Saturday. He was serving as Assistant Company Secretary in the same organisation. With his appointment, he has replaced Kala V, who demitted office on the same day, owing to her selection to the post of Company Secretary in Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL). Syamkamal N will also act as the Compliance Officer for the company. The information was given by Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL) in a regularity filing to the stock exchange on Saturday.


Syamkamal is an Associate Member of the Indian Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI). He was appointed as Assistant Company Secretay of Cochin Shipyard Limited in May 2013. He has a total experience of approximately 10 years in various listed companies, including Manappuram and JRG (presently Inditrade) Group of Companies.

Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL)

Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL) is the largest shipbuilding and maintenance facility under the administrative control of the Ministry of Shipping. It is part of a line of maritime-related facilities in the port-city of Kochi, in the state of Kerala. The company was incorporated in the year 1972 as a fully government-owned company. In the last three decades, the company has emerged as a forerunner in the Indian shipbuilding and ship repair industry. This yard can build and repair the largest vessels in India. It can build ships up to 1,10,000 DWT and repair ships up to 1,25,000 DWT. The yard has delivered two of India’s largest double hull Aframax tankers each of 95,000 DWT.