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1 Banai & Bhalumuda  Coal   Banai & Bhalumuda coal blocks were allocated to NTPC on 31.03.2015 under MMDR Act for end use projects Kudgi-I(2400 MW) & Barethi-I(2640 MW), respectively. NTPC carried out detailed exploration of these two blocks through CMPDIL. The geological reserves of these blocks are 609 MMT and 767 MMT, respectively. The work for preparation of Mining Plan for these two coal blocks was also awarded to CMPDIL. The above project cost is tentative and shall be finalized after finalization of Mining plan and feasibility report. 4000
2 6 laning of NH152D betwen new Ismailabad(Ganghedi) to Narnaul under Bharatmala Pariyojna  Road Transport and Highways   This is a 6 lanning project of NH-152D which is a part of Ambala-Kotputli economic corridor under Bharatmala Parioyojna. The project passes through villages of 8 different districts viz Kurukshetra, Karnal, Kaithal, Jind, Rohtak, Bhiwani, Charkhi Dadri and Mahendragarh involving Greenfield lands in arround 112 villages to the tune of 1928 Ha. The compensation involved is around 2500 Crs. the entire project has been divided into 8 different pkgs and is being executed on EPC Mode. 4893
3 Eastern Region Strengthening Scheme-XVIII [ERSS-XVIII]  Power   Major generation projects, in future, are envisaged in the central and western part of Eastern Region (Odisha, Jharkhand and Bihar). No major generation addition is expected in the eastern part i.e. in West Bengal. Thus, in order to provide reliable and secure power supply within the region from various future generation sources and also to facilitate power exchange with the neighboring regions under various operating conditions, a high capacity 765 kV D/c Ranchi – Medinipur – Jeerat line and 765/400 kV substations at Medinipur and Jeerat with further linking with load centers at Jeerat, Medinipur and Subhashgram through 400 kV network in West Bengal has been envisaged. POWERGRID Medinipur - Jeerat Transmission Limited [PMJTL], a 100% wholly owned subsidiary of Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd. [a CPSE under M/o Power] has been incorporated on acquisition through Tariff Based Competitive Bidding [TBCB] process to act as Transmission Service Provider [TSP] with a purpose to establish this Transmission System. The transmission system is scheduled to be completed by July, 2020. 3090
4 Dalmia DSP (A Unit of Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd.)  Commerce and Industry-DIPP  DALMIA DSP Cement (a unit of Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Limited) is already setting up an Integrated Unit (IU) at Liploi, Sundargarh, Odisha of 9,000 Tonnes Per Day (TPD) clinker capacity with cement capacity of 2.25 million TPA at Liploi, Sundargarh, Odisha and 2.50 million TPA at Biswali, Odisha and 2.25 million TPA at Medinipore, West Bengal 3000
5 Expansion of Capacity of Soda Ash and Power Plant of Tata Chemicals at Mithapur, Gujarat  Chemicals and Fertilizers - Chemicals and Petrochemicals  Expansion Capacity of Existing Soda Ash Plant from 10.91 Lac Ton to 13.16 Lac Ton and existing Power Plant from 85 MW to 125 MW at Mithapur, Dist. Devbhoomi Dwarka, State Gujarat 1042
6 Alipurduar Transmission Limited  Power   Establish Power Transmission System for Strengthening in Indian System for transfer of Electric Power from New HEPs in Bhutan. This project has 2 D/C Lines of 400 KV with Quad Moose Conductor. One line is in the State of Bihar and another in the State of West Bengal. In addition to it, one substation extension (2 400 kv Bays) at Darbhanga in the State of Bihar 1080
7 Expansion of Integrated Cement Plant at Banjari, Rohtas and setting up a New Grinding Unit in Muzzafarpur Dist, Bihar  Chemicals and Fertilizers - Chemicals and Petrochemicals  Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd through its subsidary DDSPL is operating 1.0 MTPA cement plant in Rohtas. Now DCBL , is proposing an Expansion of clinker upto 1.0 MTPA, at Rohtas and setting up a New Cement Grinding Unit at Muzaffarpur dist of 2.5 MTPA. 1100
8 New Unit at Integrated Cement Plant at Jamunanagar, Umrangshu, Dist. Dima Hasao, Assam by M/S Calcom Cement India Ltd (Subsidary of Dalmia Cement Bharat Ltd.)  Commerce and Industry-DIPP  Calcom Cement India Ltd. is operating an existing Integrated Cement Plant with installed capacity of 0.98 MTPA Clinker at Umransghu and 2.1 MTPA Cement Plant at Lanka, Nagaon Assam . Now, M/s. Calcom Cement India Ltd. is proposing an Expansion with clinker capacity of 2.0 MTPA, Cement plant of 3.0 MTPA at the same location 2000
9 Integrated Bauxite Mines and Alumina Refinery Project  Mines   Integrated Alumina Refinery Project of 3 MTPA capacity in Rayagada district of Odisha, which shall include among others, development of two Bauxite mines, long distance overland conveyor of 18 km, railway siding facilities, water intake and conveyance system, red mud disposal system, port load-out facilities at Vizag and other off-site facilities. 13468
10 Indore - Budni New Railway Line  Railways   Construction of new railway line between Mangliya Gaon (Indore) - Budni stations (198 KMs) between Ratlam and Bhopal Divisions of Western Railway and West Central Railway respectively sanctioned by Ministry of Railways being implemented by Rail Vikas Nigam Limited (RVNL) Bhopal Project Implementation Unit. 7474.01
11 Expansion of Integrated Cement Plant (Clinker, Cement & WHRS) along with installation of Solar Power Plant at Villages: Chinnakomerla & Dugganpalli, Mandal: Mylavaram, District: YSR Kadapa (Andhra Pradesh).  Commerce and Industry-DIPP  Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd. is proposing an Expansion of Integrated Cement Plant with clinker capacity of 3.25 MTPA, Cement plant of 3.06 MTPA and WHRS of 15 MW along with installation of Solar Power Plant of 12 MW at Villages: Chinnakomerla & Dugganpalli, Mandal: Mylavaram, District: YSR Kadapa (Andhra Pradesh) 2100
12 Jhansi bhimsen Doubling  Railways   Jhansi Kanpur BG RAIL line Doubling 1183
13 Ganajur Gold Project  Mines   Deccan Exploration Services Private Limited (DESPL) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Deccan Gold Mines Limited (DGML), the only listed gold exploration company in India with a shareholder base of 20000+ and as such involves substantial public interest. As a result of systematic and detailed gold exploration activities carried out since inception, both these companies have identified a large portfolio of gold prospects primarily in the State of Karnataka and lodged mineral concession applications which are at various stages of consideration at the Government level. The key project of DESPL is the Ganajur Gold Project in Haveri District, Karnataka over which a Mining Lease application covering an area of 72 acres was lodged in 2006 with Government of Karnataka. Ganajur gold deposit was discovered by DESPL through adoption of modern exploration methods and latest technology carried out in the RP and PL states. DESPL has spent significant amount of time and money for making this discovery. DESPL awaits issue of Grant Notification Letter for its Ganajur Gold Project from the Government of Karnataka. 1000
14 Implementation of Transmission Systems in the State of Jharkhand consisting of 400/220/132/33 kV transmission lines and substations under Jharkhand Consultancy Project.  Power   Several intra State Transmission Systems required to feed power to load centers around Ranchi, Dhanbad and Jamshedpur in the State of Jharkhand were identified for implementation. Jharkhand Urja Sancharan Nigam Ltd. have assigned a total of 27 nos. of Transmission Systems for implementation by Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd under a Consultancy Assignment. So far 15 nos. of Transmission Lines along with the associated substations have been commissioned. The remaining 12 nos. Transmission Lines are under various stages of implementation. Out of these 12 nos. lines, 7 nos. lines require Forest Clearance. Forest clearance/Working permission for 2 nos. lines have been received & work is in progress. In case of balance 5 nos. lines, Stage-I clearance has been received for 3 nos. lines, but working permission is awaited. For remaining 2 nos. lines, revised proposal has been uploaded due to change in alignment. As per the Agreement, all the transmission elements were scheduled for completion by May’14, but implementation got delayed due to multiple reasons like pending Forest Clearance, RoW issues, change of alignment, change of schemes and delayed release of fund. 1472
15 Khargone Transmission Limited  Power   NTPC Ltd. has planned to establish a 1320MW (2x660MW) thermal power project at Khandwa in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Accordingly, immediate evacuation system for the same was finalized and System strengthening in Western Region in time frame of Khargone TPP 1500
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