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  • Tata Steel

    Sector: Iron & Steel | Category: Manufacture| Summary of Activities:Production of steel and manufacturing of steel products|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • CMPDI Limited

    Sector: Iron & Steel | Category: Mining| Summary of Activities:CMPDI is qualified to offer consultancy services in the fields of environmental engineering such as open pit and underground mine planning and design in coal, lignite and other minerals. The Institute is active in geological exploration, geological, geotechnical and allied support, mine planning and design, environmental management and training services.|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Gail (India) Limited

    Sector: Oil & Gas | Category: Other| Summary of Activities:GAIL has started working on the Jagdishpur- Haldia, Bokaro- Dhamra Pipeline. This was earlier planned to constructed between Jagdishpur in Uttar Pradesh to Haldia in Bengal for a total length of 2050 km. But now it has been reconfigured. The pipeline will connect Prime Minister Narendra Modis political constituency Varanasi to the gas grid, to link the Dhamra terminal. The over 2,500-kilometer line will be constructed in three phases and will also now connect Adani Groups Dhamra LNG import terminal in Odisha. In the first phase, a trunk pipeline from Phulpur (Allahabad) will be laid to Dobhi (Gaya) in Bihar with spur lines to Barauni and Patna. The 755-km Phase-1 project will cost Rs 3,200 crore and will be completed by December 2018. GAIL already as a line up to Phulpur. It is raising capacity of this pipeline by laying a 672-km parallel line from Vijaipur in Madhya Pradesh to Phulpur via Auriaya in Uttar Pradesh at the cost of Rs 4,300 crore. In the Phase-II, a 1200-km line would be laid from Dobhi to Bokaro/Ranchi in Jharkhand and Angul and Dharma in Odisha at the cost of Rs 5,565 crore. Phase-III will involve laying 583-km line to Haldia at the cost of Rs 3,425 crore.|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Gail (India) Limited

    Sector: Oil & Gas | Category: Other| Summary of Activities:GAIL has started working on the Jagdishpur- Haldia, Bokaro- Dhamra Pipeline. This was earlier planned to constructed between Jagdishpur in Uttar Pradesh to Haldia in Bengal for a total length of 2050 km. But now it has been reconfigured. The pipeline will connect Prime Minister Narendra Modis political constituency Varanasi to the gas grid, to link the Dhamra terminal. The over 2,500-kilometer line will be constructed in three phases and will also now connect Adani Groups Dhamra LNG import terminal in Odisha. In the first phase, a trunk pipeline from Phulpur (Allahabad) will be laid to Dobhi (Gaya) in Bihar with spur lines to Barauni and Patna. The 755-km Phase-1 project will cost Rs 3,200 crore and will be completed by December 2018. GAIL already as a line up to Phulpur. It is raising capacity of this pipeline by laying a 672-km parallel line from Vijaipur in Madhya Pradesh to Phulpur via Auriaya in Uttar Pradesh at the cost of Rs 4,300 crore. In the Phase-II, a 1200-km line would be laid from Dobhi to Bokaro/Ranchi in Jharkhand and Angul and Dharma in Odisha at the cost of Rs 5,565 crore. Phase-III will involve laying 583-km line to Haldia at the cost of Rs 3,425 crore.|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Gail (India) Limited

    Sector: Oil & Gas | Category: Other| Summary of Activities:GAIL has started working on the Jagdishpur- Haldia, Bokaro- Dhamra Pipeline. This was earlier planned to constructed between Jagdishpur in Uttar Pradesh to Haldia in Bengal for a total length of 2050 km. But now it has been reconfigured. The pipeline will connect Prime Minister Narendra Modis political constituency Varanasi to the gas grid, to link the Dhamra terminal. The over 2,500-kilometer line will be constructed in three phases and will also now connect Adani Groups Dhamra LNG import terminal in Odisha. In the first phase, a trunk pipeline from Phulpur (Allahabad) will be laid to Dobhi (Gaya) in Bihar with spur lines to Barauni and Patna. The 755-km Phase-1 project will cost Rs 3,200 crore and will be completed by December 2018. GAIL already as a line up to Phulpur. It is raising capacity of this pipeline by laying a 672-km parallel line from Vijaipur in Madhya Pradesh to Phulpur via Auriaya in Uttar Pradesh at the cost of Rs 4,300 crore. In the Phase-II, a 1200-km line would be laid from Dobhi to Bokaro/Ranchi in Jharkhand and Angul and Dharma in Odisha at the cost of Rs 5,565 crore. Phase-III will involve laying 583-km line to Haldia at the cost of Rs 3,425 crore.|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Tata Power

    Sector: Power | Category: Mining| Summary of Activities:NA|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Hindalco Industries Limited

    Sector: Others | Category: Manufacture| Summary of Activities:The sector gained substantially from global economic growth, with a surge in demand from the user industries in both aluminium and copper. China controls about 50% of the world production and consumption of both the metals. In CY17, China implemented major reforms, resulting in environment-led closures in winter and a clamp permanently on all illegal capacities in aluminium. Consequent to the Chinese actions, the average LME price of aluminium touched a five-year high to $1,969/ ton, registering a growth of 23% in CY17 against a decline of 3% in CY16. The global demand barring China, reflected a growth of 3.5% in CY17 compared to 3% in the previous year. A robust growth by over 8% in CY17 for the second year in a row in China portends well. With the surge in demand and moderation in inventories, premiums increased across geographies. In Asia, the premium coursed by 14% to $100/ton in CY17 from $88.5/ton in CY16. The average LME price of copper in CY17 augmented by 27% to $6,166/ton from $4,862/ton in CY16. This was driven by the tight supply of copper concentrate in the global market, caused by disruptions in the world’s two large copper mines in Indonesia and Chile. The non-availability of concentrate in the global market moderated Tc/Rc. The demand for refined copper, excluding China, was a modest 1% in CY17 due to the abundance of scrap availability. The demand in China grew marginally at 4.5% in CY16 to around 5% in CY17|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Vedanta Limited

    Sector: Others | Category: Mining| Summary of Activities: The first hot metal tapping in March 2008, the aluminium smelting unit at Jharsuguda has come a long way to establish itself as the world’s largest single-location smelter. With an installed capacity of 1.75mtpa, backed by two smelters – 0.5mtpa and 1.25mtpa (SEZ) – and two power plants with a combined capacity of 3615MW, it boasts a run-rate of over 1.3mtpa. BALCO operates through its plant at Korba in Chhattisgarh with a smelter capacity of 0.57mtpa and power generation capacity of 2010MW. The state-of-theart alumina refinery at Lanjigarh feeds the aluminium smelters at Jharsuguda and BALCO and forms a crucial link in the value chain. It is one of the world’s largest, one-site integrated alumina refining complexes with a current capacity of c.2mtpa that can be ramped up to 6mtpa|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL)

    Sector: Oil & Gas | Category: Other| Summary of Activities:During the year 2018-19, the refinery throughput at BPCLs Refineries at Mumbai and Kochi was 31.01 MMT as against 28.54 MMT achieved in 2017-18. The Market sales of the Corporation grew by 4.51% to 43.07 MMT in 2018-19 from 41.21 MMT in 2017-18.|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Boeing, India

    Sector: Iron & Steel | Category: Mining| Summary of Activities:Manufacturing of Iron and Steel products|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • NTPC Limited

    Sector: Power | Category: Other| Summary of Activities:Commensurate with our countrys growth challenges, NTPC has embarked upon an ambitious plan to attain a total installed capacity of 130 GW by 2032. Towards this goal, NTPC has adopted a multi prong strategy which includes Greenfield projects, Brownfield projects, joint ventures and acquisition of existing plants route. Besides, the corporation has also adopted the diversification strategy in related business areas such as coal mining, power trading, and manufacturing etc to ensure robust growth of the company.|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Boeing, India

    Sector: Iron & Steel | Category: Mining| Summary of Activities:Manufacturing of Iron and Steel products|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • NTPC Limited

    Sector: Power | Category: Other| Summary of Activities:Commensurate with our countrys growth challenges, NTPC has embarked upon an ambitious plan to attain a total installed capacity of 130 GW by 2032. Towards this goal, NTPC has adopted a multi prong strategy which includes Greenfield projects, Brownfield projects, joint ventures and acquisition of existing plants route. Besides, the corporation has also adopted the diversification strategy in related business areas such as coal mining, power trading, and manufacturing etc to ensure robust growth of the company.|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Tata Motors

    Sector: Iron & Steel | Category: Manufacture| Summary of Activities:Production of Commercials and non- commercials Vehicles |R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Electrosteel Castings Limited

    Sector: Iron & Steel | Category: Other| Summary of Activities: The Revenue from Operations on consolidated basis, for the year ended 31 March 2018 marginally increased by 3.23% from Rs.2,117.64 Crore in 2016-17 to Rs.2,185.95 Crore in 2017-18. The consolidated PAT for the year ended 31 March 2018 was Rs.124.19 Crore as against PAT of Rs.144.07 Crore for the previous Financial Year. During the year under review, the production of Ductile Iron (DI) Pipes was 2,92,714 MT as against 2,80,287 MT in the previous year. The production of Cast Iron (CI) Pipes at Elavur was 18,616 MT as against 34,473 MT in the previous year. DI Fittings & Accessories produced 9,498 MT of DI Fittings in 2017-18 as against 8,510 MT in 2016-17. Production, productivity, product variety & quality and despatch etc. have been improved at Haldia Fittings Plant. Export despatch of Fittings from Haldia Plant has enhanced. Further improvement is expected in the current Financial Year.|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • BCCL

    Sector: Iron & Steel | Category: Mining| Summary of Activities:BCCL is first subsidiary of Coal India that has inaugurated two new washeries viz., 1.6 Mtpa Dahibari Washery and 5.0Mty |R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Damodar Valley Corporation

    Sector: Power | Category: Other| Summary of Activities:DVC achieved Thermal Generation of 35691 MU T FY 201718. highesb ever since inception and surpassing CEA target of B4475 MU for FY 2017-18. DVO achieved highest ever daily generation of 130.76 MU on 2605.18 DVO achieved highest ever peak Ex-bus generation of 5441 MW on 31.03.18 at 19.5 hrs. DVC achieved highest ever monthly generatibn of 3654 MU in the month of Mar 18 Koderma TPS of DVC achieved APC of 4.21 % in the month of Dec 17 which is best APC ever achieved by any 500 MW DV TPS|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • BCCL

    Sector: Iron & Steel | Category: Mining| Summary of Activities:BCCL is first subsidiary of Coal India that has inaugurated two new washeries viz., 1.6 Mtpa Dahibari Washery and 5.0Mty |R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Damodar Valley Corporation

    Sector: Power | Category: Other| Summary of Activities:DVC achieved Thermal Generation of 35691 MU T FY 201718. highesb ever since inception and surpassing CEA target of B4475 MU for FY 2017-18. DVO achieved highest ever daily generation of 130.76 MU on 2605.18 DVO achieved highest ever peak Ex-bus generation of 5441 MW on 31.03.18 at 19.5 hrs. DVC achieved highest ever monthly generatibn of 3654 MU in the month of Mar 18 Koderma TPS of DVC achieved APC of 4.21 % in the month of Dec 17 which is best APC ever achieved by any 500 MW DV TPS|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Gail (India) Limited

    Sector: Oil & Gas | Category: Other| Summary of Activities:GAIL has started working on the Jagdishpur- Haldia, Bokaro- Dhamra Pipeline. This was earlier planned to constructed between Jagdishpur in Uttar Pradesh to Haldia in Bengal for a total length of 2050 km. But now it has been reconfigured. The pipeline will connect Prime Minister Narendra Modis political constituency Varanasi to the gas grid, to link the Dhamra terminal. The over 2,500-kilometer line will be constructed in three phases and will also now connect Adani Groups Dhamra LNG import terminal in Odisha. In the first phase, a trunk pipeline from Phulpur (Allahabad) will be laid to Dobhi (Gaya) in Bihar with spur lines to Barauni and Patna. The 755-km Phase-1 project will cost Rs 3,200 crore and will be completed by December 2018. GAIL already as a line up to Phulpur. It is raising capacity of this pipeline by laying a 672-km parallel line from Vijaipur in Madhya Pradesh to Phulpur via Auriaya in Uttar Pradesh at the cost of Rs 4,300 crore. In the Phase-II, a 1200-km line would be laid from Dobhi to Bokaro/Ranchi in Jharkhand and Angul and Dharma in Odisha at the cost of Rs 5,565 crore. Phase-III will involve laying 583-km line to Haldia at the cost of Rs 3,425 crore.|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Gail (India) Limited

    Sector: Oil & Gas | Category: Other| Summary of Activities:GAIL has started working on the Jagdishpur- Haldia, Bokaro- Dhamra Pipeline. This was earlier planned to constructed between Jagdishpur in Uttar Pradesh to Haldia in Bengal for a total length of 2050 km. But now it has been reconfigured. The pipeline will connect Prime Minister Narendra Modis political constituency Varanasi to the gas grid, to link the Dhamra terminal. The over 2,500-kilometer line will be constructed in three phases and will also now connect Adani Groups Dhamra LNG import terminal in Odisha. In the first phase, a trunk pipeline from Phulpur (Allahabad) will be laid to Dobhi (Gaya) in Bihar with spur lines to Barauni and Patna. The 755-km Phase-1 project will cost Rs 3,200 crore and will be completed by December 2018. GAIL already as a line up to Phulpur. It is raising capacity of this pipeline by laying a 672-km parallel line from Vijaipur in Madhya Pradesh to Phulpur via Auriaya in Uttar Pradesh at the cost of Rs 4,300 crore. In the Phase-II, a 1200-km line would be laid from Dobhi to Bokaro/Ranchi in Jharkhand and Angul and Dharma in Odisha at the cost of Rs 5,565 crore. Phase-III will involve laying 583-km line to Haldia at the cost of Rs 3,425 crore.|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Gail (India) Limited

    Sector: Oil & Gas | Category: Other| Summary of Activities:GAIL has started working on the Jagdishpur- Haldia, Bokaro- Dhamra Pipeline. This was earlier planned to constructed between Jagdishpur in Uttar Pradesh to Haldia in Bengal for a total length of 2050 km. But now it has been reconfigured. The pipeline will connect Prime Minister Narendra Modis political constituency Varanasi to the gas grid, to link the Dhamra terminal. The over 2,500-kilometer line will be constructed in three phases and will also now connect Adani Groups Dhamra LNG import terminal in Odisha. In the first phase, a trunk pipeline from Phulpur (Allahabad) will be laid to Dobhi (Gaya) in Bihar with spur lines to Barauni and Patna. The 755-km Phase-1 project will cost Rs 3,200 crore and will be completed by December 2018. GAIL already as a line up to Phulpur. It is raising capacity of this pipeline by laying a 672-km parallel line from Vijaipur in Madhya Pradesh to Phulpur via Auriaya in Uttar Pradesh at the cost of Rs 4,300 crore. In the Phase-II, a 1200-km line would be laid from Dobhi to Bokaro/Ranchi in Jharkhand and Angul and Dharma in Odisha at the cost of Rs 5,565 crore. Phase-III will involve laying 583-km line to Haldia at the cost of Rs 3,425 crore.|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Gail (India) Limited

    Sector: Oil & Gas | Category: Other| Summary of Activities:GAIL has started working on the Jagdishpur- Haldia, Bokaro- Dhamra Pipeline. This was earlier planned to constructed between Jagdishpur in Uttar Pradesh to Haldia in Bengal for a total length of 2050 km. But now it has been reconfigured. The pipeline will connect Prime Minister Narendra Modis political constituency Varanasi to the gas grid, to link the Dhamra terminal. The over 2,500-kilometer line will be constructed in three phases and will also now connect Adani Groups Dhamra LNG import terminal in Odisha. In the first phase, a trunk pipeline from Phulpur (Allahabad) will be laid to Dobhi (Gaya) in Bihar with spur lines to Barauni and Patna. The 755-km Phase-1 project will cost Rs 3,200 crore and will be completed by December 2018. GAIL already as a line up to Phulpur. It is raising capacity of this pipeline by laying a 672-km parallel line from Vijaipur in Madhya Pradesh to Phulpur via Auriaya in Uttar Pradesh at the cost of Rs 4,300 crore. In the Phase-II, a 1200-km line would be laid from Dobhi to Bokaro/Ranchi in Jharkhand and Angul and Dharma in Odisha at the cost of Rs 5,565 crore. Phase-III will involve laying 583-km line to Haldia at the cost of Rs 3,425 crore.|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Gail (India) Limited

    Sector: Oil & Gas | Category: Other| Summary of Activities:GAIL has started working on the Jagdishpur- Haldia, Bokaro- Dhamra Pipeline. This was earlier planned to constructed between Jagdishpur in Uttar Pradesh to Haldia in Bengal for a total length of 2050 km. But now it has been reconfigured. The pipeline will connect Prime Minister Narendra Modis political constituency Varanasi to the gas grid, to link the Dhamra terminal. The over 2,500-kilometer line will be constructed in three phases and will also now connect Adani Groups Dhamra LNG import terminal in Odisha. In the first phase, a trunk pipeline from Phulpur (Allahabad) will be laid to Dobhi (Gaya) in Bihar with spur lines to Barauni and Patna. The 755-km Phase-1 project will cost Rs 3,200 crore and will be completed by December 2018. GAIL already as a line up to Phulpur. It is raising capacity of this pipeline by laying a 672-km parallel line from Vijaipur in Madhya Pradesh to Phulpur via Auriaya in Uttar Pradesh at the cost of Rs 4,300 crore. In the Phase-II, a 1200-km line would be laid from Dobhi to Bokaro/Ranchi in Jharkhand and Angul and Dharma in Odisha at the cost of Rs 5,565 crore. Phase-III will involve laying 583-km line to Haldia at the cost of Rs 3,425 crore.|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Tata Power

    Sector: Power | Category: Mining| Summary of Activities:NA|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Hindalco Industries Limited

    Sector: Others | Category: Manufacture| Summary of Activities:The sector gained substantially from global economic growth, with a surge in demand from the user industries in both aluminium and copper. China controls about 50% of the world production and consumption of both the metals. In CY17, China implemented major reforms, resulting in environment-led closures in winter and a clamp permanently on all illegal capacities in aluminium. Consequent to the Chinese actions, the average LME price of aluminium touched a five-year high to $1,969/ ton, registering a growth of 23% in CY17 against a decline of 3% in CY16. The global demand barring China, reflected a growth of 3.5% in CY17 compared to 3% in the previous year. A robust growth by over 8% in CY17 for the second year in a row in China portends well. With the surge in demand and moderation in inventories, premiums increased across geographies. In Asia, the premium coursed by 14% to $100/ton in CY17 from $88.5/ton in CY16. The average LME price of copper in CY17 augmented by 27% to $6,166/ton from $4,862/ton in CY16. This was driven by the tight supply of copper concentrate in the global market, caused by disruptions in the world’s two large copper mines in Indonesia and Chile. The non-availability of concentrate in the global market moderated Tc/Rc. The demand for refined copper, excluding China, was a modest 1% in CY17 due to the abundance of scrap availability. The demand in China grew marginally at 4.5% in CY16 to around 5% in CY17|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL)

    Sector: Oil & Gas | Category: Other| Summary of Activities:During the year 2018-19, the refinery throughput at BPCLs Refineries at Mumbai and Kochi was 31.01 MMT as against 28.54 MMT achieved in 2017-18. The Market sales of the Corporation grew by 4.51% to 43.07 MMT in 2018-19 from 41.21 MMT in 2017-18.|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL)

    Sector: Oil & Gas | Category: Other| Summary of Activities:During the year 2018-19, the refinery throughput at BPCLs Refineries at Mumbai and Kochi was 31.01 MMT as against 28.54 MMT achieved in 2017-18. The Market sales of the Corporation grew by 4.51% to 43.07 MMT in 2018-19 from 41.21 MMT in 2017-18.|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Indian Railways

    Sector: Others | Category: Other| Summary of Activities:Indian Railway (IR) runs more than 20,000 passenger trains daily, on both long-distance and suburban routes, from 7,349 stations across India.The trains have a five-digit numbering system. Mail or express trains, the most common types, run at an average speed of 50.6 kilometres per hour (31.4 mph). In the freight segment, IR runs more than 9,200 trains daily. The average speed of freight trains is around 24 kilometres per hour (15 mph). As of March 2017, IRs rolling stock consisted of 277,987 freight wagons, 70,937 passenger coaches and 11,452 locomotives. IR owns locomotive and coach-production facilities at several locations in India. The worlds eighth-largest employer, it had 1.308 million employees as of March 2017. In the year ending March 2018, IR carried 8.26 billion passengers and transported 1.16 billion tonnes of freight. In the fiscal year 2017–18, IR is projected to have revenue of ₹1.874 trillion (US$27 billion), consisting of ₹1.175 trillion (US$17 billion) in freight revenue and ₹501.25 billion (US$7.3 billion) in passenger revenue, with an operating ratio of 96.0 percent.|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO

    Sector: Others | Category: Other| Summary of Activities:ISRO sent a lunar orbiter, Chandrayaan-1, on 22 October 2008 and a Mars orbiter, Mars Orbiter Mission, on 5 November 2013, which entered Mars orbit on 24 September 2014, making India the first nation to succeed on its maiden attempt to Mars, and ISRO the fourth space agency in the world as well as the first space agency in Asia to reach Mars orbit. On 18 June 2016, ISRO launched twenty satellites in a single vehicle, and on 15 February 2017, ISRO launched one hundred and four satellites in a single rocket (PSLV-C37), a world record. ISRO launched its heaviest rocket, Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle-Mark III (GSLV-Mk III), on 5 June 2017 and placed a communications satellite GSAT-19 in orbit. With this launch, ISRO became capable of launching 4-ton heavy satellites into GTO. Future plans include development of the Unified Launch Vehicle, Small Satellite Launch Vehicle, development of a reusable launch vehicle, human spaceflight, a space station, controlled soft lunar landing, interplanetary probes, and a solar spacecraft mission.|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL)

    Sector: Others | Category: Other| Summary of Activities:During 2017-18 MTML has deployed UMTS-900 and augmented its 4G Network.MTML has built up a network over diversified technology with CDMA and GSM having 2G, 3G (UMTS -900 & 2100) along with 4G on a transmission backbone over Digital Microwave with dual ring topology. MTML made inroads in Enterprise Business solutions as well and could get a few dozen Enterprise customers in the year. MTML has also started retail marketing of popular Mobile phone brands such as Apple, Samsung, Huawei, Nokia etc. after entering into agreements with main distributers of these brands at Mauritius. In this financial year the Company could generate revenue of approx. INR 10 million from this segment. MTML is well established in Mauritius due to its innovative tariff structure and on the merit of its state of art technical offerings. The Company is always exploring new business possibilities and is looking to consolidate its position in the market on the basis of a strong 4G network. MTML has been conferred with Mauritius Best Employer Brand Award 2017 in the 12th Employer Branding Awards function of World HRD Congress held in Mauritius on 5th December, 2017.|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC)

    Sector: Oil & Gas | Category: Mining| Summary of Activities:ONGC has discovered 6 of the 7 commercially producing Indian Basins, in the last 50 years, adding over 7.1 billion tonnes of In-place Oil & Gas volume of hydrocarbons in Indian basins. Against a global decline of production from matured fields, ONGC has maintained production from its brownfields like Mumbai High, with the help of aggressive investments in various IOR (Improved Oil Recovery) and EOR (Enhanced Oil Recovery) schemes. ONGC has many matured fields with a current recovery factor of 25–33%. Its Reserve Replacement Ratio for between 2005 and 2013, has been more than one. During FY 2012–13, ONGC had to share the highest ever under-recovery of INR 8993.78 billion (an increase of INR 567.89 million over the previous financial year) towards the under-recoveries of Oil Marketing Companies (IOC, BPCL and HPCL). On 1 November 2017, the Union Cabinet approved ONGC for acquiring majority 51.11% stake in HPCL (Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited). On Jan 30th 2018, Oil & Natural Gas Corporation acquired the entire 51.11% stake of Hindustan Petroleum Corporation.|R&D Backup: In-house

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  • Central Institute of Plastics Engineering & Technology, Ranchi (CIPET Ranchi)

    Sector: Others | Category: Other| Summary of Activities:A total number of 72,872 Technology Support Services were rendered to plastics & allied industries during 2017-18, which accounts 13% higher than the previous year. CIPET has established Polymer Data Service (PDS) with the objective of enhancing the growth of polymer industries by providing interlinking through database. The services of PDS include creation of database, Techno-Economic Feasibility Report (TEFR), EDP / FDP training activities, National / International Conferences (APM), Seminars, Workshops, National Awards and support of R&D activity, etc. During the reporting period, PDS has registered around 1385 industries across the country. In order to propagate CIPET activities/programs, a monthly e-news journal POLeNEWS was introduced in May 2015 which is being circulated to registered members. The e-news contains information about the recent developments in plastics/polymer industries, manpower requirement and tender information/up-coming events/exhibitions/information about CIPET programmes. |R&D Backup: In-house

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