Uranium Corporation of India
Uranium Corporation of India (UCIL) is a centrally owned Public Sector Undertaking (PSU), under the Department of Atomic Energy for uranium mining
and uranium processing. The corporation was founded in 1967 and is responsible for the mining and milling of uranium ore in India. The firm operates mines at Jadugora, Bhatin,
Narwapahar, Turamdih and Banduhurang
->Uranium Corporation of India
भारतीय यूरेनियम निगम
▪Type : Public
▪Industry : Uranium mining, uranium processing
▪Founded : 1967
▪Headquarters : Singhbhum, India
▪Products : Uranium concentrate
▪Website : ucil.gov.in
▪It is the first uranium mine of India which started its operations in 1967. This mine is located in the state of
Jharkhand. Jadugoda process plant is located close to the mine which is used for the processing of the uranium ore. The ore from Bhatin and Narwapahar mines is also processed here.
▪This mine is located 3 km away from Jaduguda and shares most of the infrastructure with the Jaduguda mine.
▪This mine was commissioned in April 1995. It is known to be the most modern mine of the country.
▪Turamdih mine is located 24 km to the west of Jaduguda and five km south to Tatanagar railway station which is on howrah Mumbai main line. It was commissioned in 2003. Turamdih Processing Plant has been set up to treat the ore from Turamdih, Banduharang and Mohuldin mines.
▪Bagjata Mines is an underground mine in east singhbhum district of Jharkhand.