What is the Full form of NMDC?
The full form of NMDC is the National Mineral Development Corporation. NMDC Limited is India’s largest exporter & producer of iron ore, producing about 30 million tonnes of iron ore from its Chhattisgarh & Karnataka mines.
In 1958, it was established as an owned and operated public company by the Indian government, India. It is under the administrative jurisdiction of the Government of India’s Ministry of Steel and has its head office in Hyderabad, India.
Functions of NMDC
- Becoming a global association for environmentally sustainable mining and a premium steel producer with a constructive outlook on social growth.
- Maintaining its leadership as India’s largest iron producer and establishing itself as a premium steel producer and expanding the company through the acquisition and operation in India and overseas of different iron ore, coal as well as other mineral properties, achieving high satisfaction for all its investors.
Main objectives of NMDC
- Meeting the rising demands of the domestic and foreign markets by increasing its mineral processing operations
- To meet international value-added, cost-effective and per capita income requirements
- Rising iron ore output to 50 MTPA by 2018-19 & 67 MTPA by 2021-22
- To set up the Nagarnar Steel Plant.
- Iron Ore Mine at Bailadila, Kirandul Complex, District of South Bastar, Dantewada
- Iron Ore Mine at Bailadila, Bacheli Complex, District of South Bastar, Dantewada
- Donimalai Iron Ore Mine, Donimalai, Bellary district, Karnataka. It is suspended for more than a year due to a royalty dispute in December 2019.
- Project Diamond Mining, Majhgawan, Panna