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In wake of irregularities, SAIL cancels written examination for Junior Officer’s post

SAIL has cancelled the written examination for Junior Officer's post for its plants/units after observing some irregularities in the process, an official letter accessed by PSU Watch showed

Three SAIL projects worth over Rs 1,500 cr face delay: Kulaste

Three projects worth Rs 1,564 crore of SAIL have been delayed due to reasons like slow progress in work and delay in obtaining clearances, said Kulaste

Capacity of SAIL to grow from 19.6 MT to 33 MT by 2030: Steel Minister

Current capacity of SAIL is 19.6 million tonnes and we are going to grow its capacity to 33 million tonnes by 2030, said Scindia

Govt to sign pacts with PLI qualifiers for specialty steel: Official

Qualifiers of PLI scheme for specialty steel will soon sign agreements with the steel ministry to take their investment proposals forward, said an official

SAIL & AAI signs pact to operationalise Rourkela airport: Scindia

SAIL and AAI have also signed an agreement on Monday for establishment of CNS facilities at the Rourkela airport, said Scindia

India’s steel output grows by 5% to 10.34 MT in Nov: SteelMint

India's crude steel output rose by about five percent to 10.34 million tonne (MT) in November 2022, said SteelMint India

Govt selects 67 entries under PLI scheme for specialty steel

Government has selected a total of 67 entries with an investment potential of Rs 42,500 crore under the PLI scheme for specialty steel

Govt planning transaction structure for strategic sale of RINL: DIPAM Secretary

The government is working out the transaction structure for the strategic sale of RINL or Vizag Steel, said Tuhin Kanta Pandey, DIPAM Secretary

SAIL CMD Soma Mondal features in Forbes’ World’s 100 most powerful women list

Soma Mondal, the Chairperson of Maharatna PSU SAIL has been featured in the Forbes' World's 100 most powerful women alongside FM Sitharaman

SAIL advises employees & stakeholders to not to offer or accept any bribe

State-owned SAIL has advised its employees and stakeholders to neither accept nor offer any bribe while making transactions

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