Coal India revisiting SOPs, rule books amid changing times
Coal India revisiting SOPs, rule books amid changing times – Coal India is being revisited to form them simpler and conducive with the standard operating procedures, manuals, and rule books of the state-owned company to satisfy the challenges thrown by the changing times, consistent with its chairman and director Pramod Agrawal.
Coal India (CIL) and its subsidiaries have begun transformative paths as per a message, Agrawal said that in recent times, by embracing several IT initiatives like use of recent technology for coal/overburden measurement, Intelligent Vehicle Tracking System (IVTS), e-procurement and other measures to eliminate the potential vulnerabilities within the process flow.
Stating that coal is that the first cause of the economy and a serious contributor to the exchequer and national GDP, he said that CIL is shouldering the responsibility of providing the first source of energy to the state at a reasonable cost with due reference to the environment and conservation with fairness and optimal cost, transparent processes, diligent deciding plays a big role in furthering the above causes by their continual efforts for system study and evaluation,” he said and the organization is eyeing one billion tonnes of coal output by 2023-24 and accounts for over 80 per cent of domestic coal production.
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