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NBCC eyes 25 pc revenue growth in FY18; aims Rs 25k cr new biz

State-possessed development firm NBCC is expecting 25 for every penny development in income this monetary to almost Rs 8,000 crore helped by execution of new contracts like redevelopment of the Pragati Maidan show focus here. The organization is focusing to secure new requests worth Rs 25,000 crore this budgetary year, its CMD Anoop Kumar Mittal stated, while highlighting the organization stowed a noteworthy contract a month ago to redevelop 10 railroad stations the nation over. "We are expecting 25 for every penny development in income amid this financial, for the most part from extend administration consultancy and EPC contracting," Mittal told PTI. 

NBCC, which is under the regulatory control of the urban improvement service, posted a net benefit of Rs 354.51 crore on a turnover of Rs 6,313 crore amid 2016-17 financial and is a zero-obligation firm. Mittal said the organization as of now has a request book of over Rs 70,000 crore and is hoping to secure new requests of Rs 25,000 crore this monetary. 

"We have just sacked redevelopment of 10 railroad stations. The point by point extend report is still to be arranged yet cost ought to be about Rs 5,000 crore. We will be getting 8-9 for each penny as venture administration charges," he said. The stations to be taken up for redevelopment are Tirupati, Sarai Rohilla (Delhi), Nellore, Puducherry, Madgaon, Lucknow, Gomtinagar, Kota, Thane (New) and Ernakulam. 

Highlighting the continuous ventures, Mittal said the NBCC is embraced super redevelopment ventures at East Kidwai Nagar, Nauroji Nagar, Sarojini Nagar and Netaji Nagar in the national capital. It has packed away the venture to redevelop Pragati Maidan here. NBCC's CMD said the organization was searching for ventures in Uttar Pradesh where it doesn't have much nearness. 

Not long ago, NBCC gone into a concurrence with the South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) to develop an office working here at a cost of Rs 525 crore. Aside from the local market, NBCC is effectively searching for ventures in abroad markets and is focusing in any event Rs 1,000 crore new requests. The organization has extends in nations like Maldives, Mauritius and Oman. 

"We have as of late gotten one section of land arrive from Air India in Mauritius for Rs 3 crore. We will be building up a lodging venture on this site," Mittal said. He said the organization has built up two new auxiliaries NBCC International and NBCC Environment Engineering Ltd to concentrate on abroad business and ventures in the earth division.

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