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Ganganagar Commodity Limited Awarded with 'Kisan Pragati Award'

NewsVoir | 16 Sep, 2017

Union Minister, Mr. Ramvilas Paswan and Mr. Arjun Ram Meghwal rewarded Mr. Vishal Bagadia and Mr. Honey Sharma, Director(s) of GCL for their remarkable services.

 

 

GCL - Kisan Pragati Award

 

Ganganagar Commodity Limited (GCL), Jaipur which is India's prestigious Financial Services Group, awarded by "Kisan Pragati Award" at the function organized by NCDEX. Central Food and Civil Supplies Minister Mr. Ram Vilas Paswan and Union Minister of State for Water Resources, Mr. Arjun Ram Meghwal honored the trophy presented to Vishal Bagadia and Honey Sharma, Director (s) of GCL in a grand ceremony held in Hotel Taj, New Delhi. NCDX has selected GCL for "Kisan Pragati Award" under “Outstanding Performance” category in Agriculture Commodity in West Zone (Rajasthan and Gujarat) of India.

 

Mr. Vishal Bagadia, Director Ganganagar Commodity Limited said, â€œThat GCL has been active in the field of commodity exchange from last 13 years. The company is offering services of broking and investment in equities, currency, insurance, mutual funds, along with the online and offline procurement of commodities, hedging and trading to its customers. Apart from NCDEX, GCL is also a member of MCX, NSE and BSE. The company has more than 5000 clients connected to West Zone (which includes Gujarat and Rajasthan as well as some areas of Maharashtra)."

 

Mr. Honey Sharma, Director, Ganganagar Commodity Limited said, â€œThat the company is planning to provide financial services across India in the next 5 years. This includes proving all financial services to client and portfolio management, so that they can be benefitted by maximizing their profits. Our main objective is to provide financial services in India as per international standards."

 
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