New Delhi

Consultancy firm Deloitte, which was selected to study the restructuring of Coal India, has recommended to the government options such as reforming the company and its nine subsidiaries through ‘internal changes in structure, systems and roles.’

The consultancy firm also suggested setting up of independent mega regional companies or the phased creation of independent entities with the continuation of the holding company during the transition, according to a coal ministry document.

The mining company, which accounts for over 80% of domestic coal production, has failed to achieve its output target.

Deloitte also made certain recommendations to be made throughout the organisation.These include greater use of private public participation in mine development and operations and technology adaptation through joint ventures and collaborations with global firms, the document said.

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