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CCEA decides to disinvest 10% paid up equity capital of Engineers India Limited Print E-mail
Written by Rajeev   
Friday, 15 January 2010
New Delhi: The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs today decided to disinvest 10% paid up equity capital of Engineers India Limited, out of Government’s shareholding, in the domestic market through Public Offering.

Currently the Government of India is holding 90.40% paid up equity capital of the company and the balance is held by the general public. After this disinvestment Government shareholding in the company would come down to 80.40%.

It has also been decided that before the Public Offering the company will issue bonus two shares for every one share.

Before the Public Offering the company will also split one share of the face value of Rs.10 into two the face value of Rs.5 each and declare special dividend of 1000 percent of the paid up equity capital.

The shares of the company are listed on the stock exchanges with less than 10% mandatory public shareholding.

Engineers India Limited is a Public Sector Undertaking under the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas and is engaged in providing engineering and related technical services for petroleum refineries and other industrial projects.

 
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