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April, 2021 Issue

India once again faces the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic, and it is heartening to see industries channelising their resources and infrastructure to empower the fight against the pandemic. On this line, India’s steel producers are diverting a major volume of ... ...

March, 2021 Issue

As the FY 2020-21 comes to its end, Indian steel producers hope to see a brighter FY 2021-22 in the post COVID scenario with growth in domestic demand, better margins and inching ahead towards financial stability. As reports suggest, India’s finished ... ...

February, 2021 Issue

The Union Budget 2021-22 has evoked, at large, utterances of assent from the Indian steel makers despite some refuting the budget as an anti-atmanirbhar approach by the government. Paying heed to the infrastructure sector, Finance Minister Nirmala ... ... ...

January, 2021 Issue

The Union Budget 2021-22 is expected to play a vital role in reviving the economy in the post-COVID time. Industries and economy grappled with the effect of COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown during most of the current fiscal (2020-21), and a strong supportive budget ... ... ...

December, 2020 Issue

With the year coming to an end, the Indian steel industry’s misery also seems likely to come to an end. Having grappled with the dismal situation most of the year, the Indian steel industry is finally back on track. Its resilience to tide over the crisis has shown ... ... ...

November, 2020 Issue

After struggling through the first two quarters of FY 21, Indian steel sector seems to have made its way to revival from the third quarter. The recently released data from the World Steel Association (WSA) show that India’s steel production up by almost one per cent to 9.06 ... ... ...

October, 2020 Issue

It is heartening to see improvement in steel demand forecast by the World Steel Association for 2020 and 2021. The global body has corrected its forecast made in June for 2020 and 2021. In the Short Range Outlook June 2020, worldsteel forecast that steel ... ... ...

September, 2020 Issue

As the Indian steel industry pursues the goal of 300 million tonnes of production by 2030, the refractory industry will play a crucial role in supporting this huge production volume. A major ancillary industry for many industries including metals, cement ... ... ...
 
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Our Team
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Nirmalya Mukherjee
Mr. Nirmalya Mukherjee the publisher & editor of STEEL & METALLURGY is Cast & Rolled in steel for the last 21 years and is responsible for the editorial content of the magazine & leads the entire team. With vast experience in the field of journalism on the global iron & steel industry Mr. Mukherjee has worked closely with bodies like Ministry of Steel, Govt. of India, World Steel Association, Southeast Asian Iron & Steel Institute, German Steel Federation, Association of Iron & Steel Technology, Iron & Steel Institute of Thailand and various other international bodies for promotion of steel consumption and promoting steel as a generic material. He was in the editorial board of Institute for Steel Development & Growth (INSDAG) under Ministry of Steel, Government of India.

Mr. Mukherjee has organised many seminars & conference during the past 21 years in many parts of India and in Southeast Asia to facilitate the growth of steel industry. He has travelled extensively in Southeast Asia, Middle East, Europe and in parts of America, Brazil, Mexico etc., and contributed papers in innumerable conferences and has also chaired technical sessions across the globe besides writing columns in many of the leading Newspapers and participating in panel discussions in TV channels based on steel related issues.
Member:
  • Indo German Chamber of Commerce
  • Institute for Steel Development of Growth (INSDAG)
  • Press Club, Kolkata
  • Merchants’ Chamber of Commerce



Ankit Mukherjee
Ankit Mukherjee, Director - Business Strategy, Steel & Metallurgy is responsible for the overall business strategy, content development and IT solutions. Pursuing his Masters in Data Science from Magdeburg University of Germany, he is a dynamic personality and has brought transformational changes in the organisation and its mode of operations.







Pradipta Sengupta
A thorough marketing professional, joined Steel & Metallurgy at the very onset and is today leading the marketing team besides handling P.R & Market promotion activities of the organisation.









D.K. Jha
Joined Steel & Metallurgy since its inception in 1996 and is responsible for overall production supervision and administrative matters. With his long experience in layout & design of various magazines including Arthik Jagat & Chapte Chapte. He has brought vision to the ongoing action. He has spent nearly 14 years with Tea Trading Corporation.
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