Punj Lloyd Ltd said it won a contract worth Rs179.89 crore from Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology to construct their technical institute at Jais in Rae Bareli, Uttar Pradesh.
The scope of work entails civil, structural and associated work including site development for setting up of Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology. This involves construction of 27 buildings consisting of administration and library building, auditorium, community centre, lecture halls, commercial centre, staff housing facility, hostels and health care centre over an area of 16 lakh sq ft. The order will be executed over a period of 24 months.
On Tuesday, Punj Lloyd’s shares ended 0.6% down at Rs116 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, while the benchmark Sensex closed 1% down at 16,617 points.
JSW Steel Ltd, belonging to JSW Group, reported a growth of 23% in crude steel production for May 2010 compared to that of corresponding month in the last fiscal year. The company also reported 12% growth in monthly crude steel production sequentially.
The company's crude steel production increased from 4.59 lakh tons in May 2009 to 5.65 lakh tons in May 2010. It also reported a 27% growth in flat rolled products for May 2010 compared to that of corresponding month in the last fiscal year. The company's long rolled products registered a 68% growth in May 2010 compared to that of corresponding month in the last fiscal year.
On Tuesday, JSW Steel shares ended 1.9% down at Rs1,012 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, while the benchmark Sensex closed 1% down at 16,617 points.
JR Kyushu System Solutions, the IT systems unit of Japan's Kyushu Railway Company, and Patni Computer Systems Japan, the Japanese arm of Patni, have signed a joint venture (JV) agreement for providing high quality, cost effective IT and product engineering services to the Japanese enterprise market.
The new company called JR Kyushu Patni Systems, in Fukuoka-shi, is a 51:49 partnership between JR Kyushu and Patni Japan respectively.
Kyushu Railway Company is a major railroad company in Japan, and Patni Computer Systems Ltd is a leading global IT and product engineering services provider.
On Tuesday, Patni’s shares ended 1.6% down at Rs580 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, while the benchmark Sensex closed 1% down at 16,617 points.