Nagaland Pulp & Paper Company Limited (NPPC)
                                        (A Subsidiary of Hindustan Corporation Limited)

                                        District : Mukokchung,
                                        State : Nagaland
                                        Pin : 798 623

                                        Nearest Airport Jorhat (70 kms)
                                        Nearest Railway Station Amguri (N.F. Railway) Tuli (3 km)
                                        Product Writing and Printing Paper
                                        Annual Installed Capacity 33,000 MT
                                        Raw Material Bamboo, Reeds

                                        Location :

                                        The mill is situated at a distance of 13 kms from Assam-Nagaland border in Nagaland, at Tuli in the district of Mukokchung.

                                        Background :

                                        Incorporated on 14th September, 1971, NPPC is the only heavy industry in Nagaland. It is a joint venture where the Government of India holds 95% share and Govt. of Nagaland holds 5% share. Commercial production in NPPC started from July, 1982. However, due to lack of power supply, and continued operating losses the Mill has suspended its operational activities from October, 1992.

                                        A revival scheme, enhancing the capacity to 66,000 MT with cash infusion of Rs. 487 Crores along with non-cash adjustment of Rs. 225 Crores for restructuring its assets and liabilities is under consideration of the Govt. of India.

                                        Manpower : 297 (as on 1.4.2009)

                                        NPPC on the Road to Revival :

                                        The 148th meeting of the Board of Directors of Nagaland Pulp & Paper Co Ltd was held at Tuli on April 20, 2006. Present on the occasion were Shri Raji Philip, Chairman-cum-Managing Director, HPC and Chairman, NPPC; Shri Alemtemshi Jamir, Director, Shri Mukesh Nigam, Director, Ministry of HI&PE, Department of Heavy Industry; Shri M V Narasimha Rao, Director and Shri A Mannan, Director & Chief Executive Officer, NPPC. Shri Raji Philip extended a warm welcome to the Directors. Addressing the august gathering, CMD expressed deep appreciation for the invaluable contribution made by the earlier Board, particularly Shri Khekiho Zhimomi former Chairman, NPPC. He was confident that the present newly constituted Board would take all enabling steps to implement the revival scheme after obtaining approval from GoI. During the meeting several vital issues concerning the revival of the Mill were discussed threadbare. Shri A Mannan apprised the Board on the current status of clearances obtained from various Government agencies for revival of the Mill.

                                        Environment day Observed :

                                        World Environment Day is celebrated every year on June 05. The event is a United Nations initiative to increase worldwide awareness on environmental issues to help motivate individual and political action.

                                        Drylands cover more than 40 percent of Earth’s surface and are home to a third of the world’s population. People who make their home in drylands live in a fragile ecosystem and are more vulnerable than most other people to changes in climate and desertification—a process of land degradation in which semi-arid areas are transformed into deserts. The World Environment Day is a people’s event and can be observed in innumerable ways to draw attention to wide range of environmental issues.

                                        World Environment Day was observed at Cachar Paper Mill, Nagaon Paper Mill and at the Housing Complex at Salt Lake, Kolkata. Prior to the D-Day, both the Mills witnessed hectic activities in preparing for the event. The clean up drive washed afresh with intermittent pre-monsoon rain coincided with the blooming of flowers of various hues. This along with the natural green foliage added extra sheen to the perfectly well manicured gardens. Ceremonial planting of saplings were held in the Mill’s premises, the Township, the Kendriya Vidyalaya grounds and in the Housing Complex at Salt Lake, Kolkata. Leaflets and badges pledging the cause for protection of environment were distributed amongst the employees and school children.


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