Govt receives Rs 74.25 crore dividend from NBCC

Cheque was handed over to minister of state for housing and urban affairs

GN Bureau | November 6, 2017

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 NBCC has declared final dividend of Rs 74.25 crore to the union government for 2016-17 fiscal. 

The cheque has been handed over to minister of state (I/C) for housing and urban affairs Hardeep Singh Puri by NBCC, CMD, Anoop Kumar Mittal on October 30, 2017.
NBCC, in effect, paid a total dividend of Rs 110.025 crore to the government for 2016-17 fiscal that includes interim dividend of Rs 35.775 crore paid earlier during the year at the rate of 26.5 percent i.e. Rs 0.53 per paid-up equity share of Rs 2 each.



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