Ramky Infrastructure Ltd has pocketed deals valued at Rs 1,248.95 crore covering roads, irrigation and construction sections.
In a declaration to the BSE, the Hyderabad-based infrastructure giant stated that these deals have been bagged from various states comprising from Arunachal Pradesh, Bihar and Chandigarh.
In the state of Bihar, Ramky Infra has bagged a civil construction deal valued at Rs 109 crore from NTPC for its Barh power project.
Aside from this, the company has pocketed two projects from Narmada Valley Development Authority that comprises a Rs 131-crore canal deal and a Rs 123-crore Rewa division canal project.
The West Bengal administration has granted a Rs 153-crore canal and waterways project to be accomplished at North and South Parganas.
With this, the firm has an order volume of Rs 14,229 crore both in the country as well as overseas.
The company’s stock gained around 7.85% today to hit an intraday peak of Rs 206.
At 13:57 p. m., the share stood at Rs 197, up Rs 5.90, or 3.09%.
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