COMPANY is incorporated on 8 August 2014 under the Companies Act 2013 and that company is limited by shares

Mr. Raghavendra.S.Nagathan
(Managing Director & Member Board of Director)
Financial consultant Represented
I.investment and Finance department
II.Establish and Establishment Department
III.Recovery Department
IV. Company Planning Department

V.Policy and strategy office for Financial Operations Department

Mr. Maruti.M.Kavatagi

(Chairman & Member Board of Director)
I.Risk management department
II. Treasury Department
III.Administration and General Services Department

IV.Legal Affairs and compliance office department
V. Policy and strategy office for Financial Operations Department
VI.Human Resources Management Office Department


( I. Company Planning Department II.investment and Finance department III. Establishment Department IV.Recovery Department )

Energy and Natural Resources Group
I.Oil and Gas Department
II.Mining and Metals Department

Infrastructure and Environment Group
I.New energy and power Department –I
II.New energy and power Department
III.Social Infrastructure Department

Agriculture Group
I.plantation and establishment Department
II. Lease and development of land Department
   III. Agri processing industry Department

  Industry Group
    I.Company Department
    II.Marine and Financial Products
    III.Head of branch office company Branch
    IV.Division For SME’s (Special Advisor)

  Credit Assessment and Systems Groups
    I.Credit Department
    II.Country Credit Department

  Marketing Group 

  •   Agricultural marketing        

  Environmental Assessment Office


Infrastructure and Environment Group
  • I.New energy and power Department Solar energy is the cleanest, most abundant renewable energy source available. Solar energy systems employ devices that convert the sun's heat or light to another form of energy we use.Solar powered electrical generation relies on heat engines (heating and cooling water and air to generate electricity) and photovoltaics, or PV (converting light to electricity). To harvest the solar energy, the most common way is to use solar panels.
  • 1. Be Technically Sound:
    This solar project is developed by using good quality technology as well as this project is developed by expertise in solar energy. We are using skilled man power for this project. This project is consuming less land which helps to reduce the project cost. This project is developed by using all standard norms & certification required for the same.
  • 2. Have good prospects of being profitable:
    India is developing country where lot of consumption of electricity occurs. Today there is problem of load-shedding due to less production of the electricity; this type of solar project will
    help to minimize the problems of load-shedding. Also, this solar energy is pollution free; there is no cost of disposal for the by-products of project. This project uses land which is not in use; this means it creating profit from unused land.
  • 3. Benefit the local economy:
    This project will create employment for nearly 2000 people. Also we are creating skilled man power for this project, which helps them to work on other projects if they want. This project will increase the lot of opportunities for electricians and technicians in related areas. In this way it helps to improve the local leaving standard.
  • 4. Be environmentally & socially sound satisfying our environmental social standards as well as those of the host country: Solar energy is renewable energy source which never ends. For this project there is no need of combustion of any type of fuel such as coal, wood & radioactive elements, Also it do not have any type of by-products for disposal. There is no question of pollution from this project.This will create profit without disturbing the local. These projects do not have any bad effects on eco-system as well as earth.
    “Solar energy is green and clean energy.”
    Individual wind towers are generally much smaller capacity than coal or gas power stations; however, collectively they can supply electricity at a large scale. At present, wind energy is generally not only the cheapest renewable energy technology, but also the only one ready now for large-scale deployment. Technologies such as large-scale solar power, geothermal, wave and tidal energy are very promising but are not ready for mass deployment.
  • II.New energy and power Department
    Tidal energy is a form of hydro power that converts the energy of the tides into electricity or other useful forms of power. The tide is created by the gravitational effect of the sun and the moon on
    the earth causing cyclical movement of the seas. Tidal energy is therefore an entirely predictable form of renewable energy, Tidal Stream is the flow of water as the tide ebbs and floods, and manifests itself as tidal current. Tidal Stream devices seek to extract energy from this kinetic movement of water, much as wind turbines extract energy from the movement of air.
  • Geothermal                                                                         Geothermal energy is thermal energy generated and stored in the Earth. Thermal energy is the energy that determines the temperature of matter. Using earth's geothermal energy is cost effective, reliable, sustainable, and environmentally friendly. By drilling deep into the Earth’s interior, we find temperatures suitably high to produce electricity. By using Earth’s thermal energy to heat water instead of processes with harmful by-products like coal and nuclear, geothermal energy can produce clean, reliable electricity as long as heat continues to seep from Earth’s interior. It is sustainable power because as the thermal energy is extracted from the
    water or steam, it can be continuously re-injected deep underground to obtain more geothermal heat.
  • Hydro power
    Hydro power has been used for centuries and today it is used to generate electricity; it generates electrical power through the use of the gravitational force of falling or flowing water and is the most widely used form of renewable energy.
    Once a hydroelectric complex is constructed, the project produces no direct waste, and has a considerably lower output level of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO2) than fossil fuel powered energy plants. In fact, hydropower provides approximately 20% of the world's electricity and accounts
    for about 88% of electricity from renewable sources.III.Social
  • Infrastructure Department
    Infrastructure can broadly be defined as long-term physical assets that operate in markets with high barriers to entry and enable the provision of goods and services.Social Infrastructure is a subset of the infrastructure sector and typically includes assets that accommodate social services. As set out in the table below, examples of Social Infrastructure. Assets include schools, universities, hospitals, prisons and community housing. Social
    Infrastructure does not typically extend to the provision of social services, such as the provision of teachers at a school or custodial services at a prison.In contrast, economic infrastructure supports economic activity and is often characterized by ‘user-pays’ or demand-based revenue streams (such as tolls on toll roads or landing fees for an airport). Social Infrastructure is almost exclusively provided by a central or local
    government (or related entities such as district health boards and universities). The development and provision of Social Infrastructure is well suited which have been used
    successfully to deliver public infrastructure since the early and more recently International infrastructure projects
    Examples of Social Infrastructure Assets
    Sector Examples
    Health  Medical facilities
                  Ancillary infrastructure (e.g. offices, carparks, training facilities)
  • Education  Schools (primary and secondary)
                       Tertiary facilities
                       Residential student accommodation Housing
  •                    State or Council housing
                       Defence force housing Civic and Utilities
  •                    Community & sports facilities
                       Local government facilities
                       Water and wastewater treatment Transport
  •                    Bus stations
                       Park and rides
                       Availability-based roading (excluding demand-risk     toll roads)
                       International
  • Corrections and Justice     Prisons
                                                Court houses
     Our company development other infrastructure projects Air bus, ships, extra..............
    Sustainable tourism's Development is about conducting our business to promote economic growth, a healthy environment and vibrant communities, now and into the future. Tourism that takes full account of its current and future economic, social and environmental impacts, addressing the needs of visitors, the industry, the environment and host communities" For over all development of local economy investment of private companies in tourism's industry is need of time. Our company to invest
    in remote tourist place to uplift life of poor peoples giving a job oriented work by development of tourism .
Agriculture Group
  • Putting information within reach and supporting the transition to sustainable agriculture. serves as a knowledge network. We use the expert staff - agronomists, foresters, fisheries and livestock specialists, nutritionists, social scientists, economists, statisticians and other professionals - to collect, analyse and disseminate data that aid development.
  • I.plantation and establishment Department
    Strengthening political will and sharing policy expertise. lends its years of experience to member countries in devising agricultural policy, supporting planning, drafting effective legislation and creating national strategies to achieve rural development and hunger alleviation goals. We advocate for the implementation of these policies and programmes, encouraging sufficient financial resources to be made available, the right organizational
    structures to be in place, and importantly, ensuring adequate human capacities. Supporting countries prevent and mitigate risks.develops mechanisms to monitor and warn about multi-hazard risks and threats to agriculture, food and nutrition. We are there to inform countries on successful risk reduction measures that they can include in all policies related to agriculture. When need arises, we make sure disaster response plans are coordinated at all levels. Bolstering public-private collaboration to improve smallholder agriculture. As a neutral
    forum, provides the setting where rich and poor nations can come together to build common understanding. We also engage the food industry and non-profits in providing support and
    services to farmers and facilitate greater public and private investments in strengthening the food sector On any given day, dozens of policy-makers and experts from around the globe convene at headquarters or in our field offices to forge agreements on major food and agriculture issues.
  • II. Lease and development of land Department
    Agri based dry land improve and establishment. Environmental new technical establish to use the expertise of our staff - agronomists, foresters, fisheries and livestock specialists,
    nutritionists, social scientists, economists, statisticians and other professionals


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