Numaligarh Refinery Limited as it Stands Tall Today :-

Numaligarh Refinery Limited – the largest public sector unit in the North East has been making rapid strides in all its endeavors be it our core business of refining and marketing, business development, social commitment or environmental initiatives.

NRL has been the torch bearer and driving force in all the recent Govt Of India programs in making our country a shining example of sustenance and self-reliance globally like –

     a. Start Up Promotion and Entrepreneurial projects.
     b. The Digital Push.
     c. Make in India.
     d. Skill India Programs.
     e. Safety, Quality and Environment concerns.
     f. Statutory Compliance to all labor laws.
     g. Socio-economic upliftment of the neighborhood.

NRL has performed exceedingly well in all its MOU targets and could achieve excellent rating for the year 2016-17. It was one of the best performing entity in the oil sector in terms of –

     a. Distillate yield
     b. Refinery Configuration Factor
     c. Energy Cost Efficiency Index
     d. Carbon Emission Index
     e. Maintenance Cost Efficiency Index
     f. Maintenance Index.

Projects under implementation :-
      DHDT
      Bio Refinery
Non-planned :-
      Mounded Bullet
      Augmentation & Fully Automation of the LPG Bottling Plant

On the commercial front – Some notable initiatives:-
      100% E-tendering
      On line Procurement system.
      GST roll over smooth and accurate
      GST Road Permit On line.
      Vendor Codification On line
      Vendor Payment SMS.
      EMD administration on line
      Relaxation for MSE and Start up in tender document
      Digitally signed PO document

In a nutshell with a launch of new products, Export initiatives and achieving record revenue and profit margin NRL promises to deliver professionally in a better way in the years to come.



Tuesday, 10th October, 2017

Time Slot of the events :-

Registration of Business Partners & their Firms: 09:00 A.M to 10:00 A.M

Inaugural of the Session by distinguished guest: 10:00 A.M to 10:30 A.M

Technical Session: 10:30 A.M Onwards

Lunch Break: 2:00 P.M to 3:00 P.M

Regrouping of delegates & Presentation Contineues : 3:00 P.M to 4:00 P.M

Participant Feedback session and valedictory session: 4:00 P.M to 5:00 P.M


BORGOS, No.1 Sildubi Gaon, Kohora, Kaziranga National Park, District –Golaghat, Assam - 785609

Business Partners Summit Objective:

NRL has always believed in the policy of team building and team work. United we can achieve some of the most difficult tasks in this world. We believe that all the vendors/ contractors / agencies associated with NRL are our partners in making NRL a great place to work and deliver. Without the steadfast support and co-operation of all of you all NRL can never imagine to reach the level we all aspire to achieve. This Business Partners Summit is the platform thru which NRL would like to directly interact with you all and also deliberate on our expectations so that we are in tandem and on similar lines about our goal and mission in this business journey. NRL has always welcomed participation from all agencies with special emphasis on MSME, Start Ups and SC/ST promoted enterprise. Quality, Safety, Reliability is the guiding principal on which NRL performs and delivers. This is NRL’s 3rd such meet and every meet have resulted in new ideas and means of doing business as this is an unique platform where the client and the service providers meet on the same plank. It is our humble request to all participants to actively contribute in the deliberations and come up with their innovative ideas so that we can release a common statement of activities and ingenuities to follow from this meet.


Objective of SAHAYOG 2017 : Pursuing our policy of contributing to the development of the region as well as the country, NRL has always been thriving towards building an atmosphere of inclusive growth along with its suppliers and contractors. Business Partners for goods & services have always been considered as our associates in progress. To further strengthen this relationship and to provide a common platform to interact with each other with a view to identifying the emerging business opportunities in NRL while simultaneously providing an opportunity for displaying the capabilities of the small scale entrepreneurs and their industrial ventures, this NRL Business Partners Meet is being organised on 10th October'2017 at Borgos, kaziranga, Assam.
Target participants of the Programme : This NRL Business Partners Meet is open for all the interested entrepreneurs. However special emphasis is being given on the MSE,startups and SC/ ST entrepreneurs in line with the directives of the Concernet Ministry of Govt. of India.

Benefits for the participants of the meet :
a. The participants will get all the information about : Public Procurement Policy for Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) notified by the Government under the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise Development Act, 2006. The initiatives / procedures being taken up by NRL as per directives from the Ministry of MSME, Govt. of India towards promoting MSE entrepreneurs. The benefits being offered to SC / ST entrepreneurs under the MSE policy.
b. The programme will offer an open platform to the entrepreneurs for direct interaction with NRL and will facilitate mutual understanding of each other’s expectations, requirements and limitations while finding out ways and means to address them.
c. NRL's initiative in encouraging and bring Startup companies in our business endeavour.
Previous Vendor Development Programmes:

The first two Vendor Development Programme was hosted by NRL in 2014 and 2016 wherein the support from the vendors was overwhelming. Almost 240 vendors from across the country as well as the state attended the programme. The day long programme was organized with the objective of enhancing and promoting a positive environment of honesty, trust and transparency with NRL’s valued vendors of goods and services, which the company considers as its partners in progress. The programme offered an open platform for direct interaction and facilitated mutual understanding of each other’s expectations, requirements and limitations while finding out ways and means to address them.


VENUE: BORGOS, No.1 Sildubi Gaon, Kohora, Kaziranga National Park, District –Golaghat, Assam - 785609.

Accommodation Near Venue

Vendor desires to visit Kaziranga National Park may avail the opportunity (details provided below) during their visit to NRL Business Partners Meet.

As NRL having very limited accommodation facility inside the township, we request all Participants to arrange their own accommodation and local conveyance at nearby hotels. A list of nearby hotels/resorts is given below for convenience. Interested parties may directly contact them for enquiry/ bookings etc:

Diphlu River Lodge

1A Mandovi Apartments, G.N.B. Road,

Ambari, Guwahati 781001,

Assam, India

Telephone: +91-361-2602223 / 2602186 / 2540995,

Fax: +91-361-2662140



Bogorijuri, P.O. Kohora, Kaziranga National Park,

Dist. Golaghat, Assam-785 109,

Phone: +91-3776-262410 / 262411 / 262412 / 262437

Fax: + 91-3776-262418




Landmark Woods

Landmark Tours & Travels

Ph.: +91 361 2730389 / 390

Fax : +91 361 2730336

Cell : +91 9954195835

Email :




Wild Grass

Wild Grass

Kaziranga - 785109

Phone No: +91-3776-2662085







Kaziranga Borgos

No. 1 Sildubi Goan, Kohora,

Kaziranga, Assam

Te:l +91-7399041192-94; +91-3776294111

+8811023473/83; +91-3776262777



Bagori Range, Kaziranga National Park,


Ph: +91 94350-11133, +91 98647-11033,

+91 94351-07409




Kaziranga National Park

Site Seeing

Close look at Rhino, Swamp deer etc. on 'Elephant Safari' every morning. Sighting variety of wildlife by 'Jeep Safari', thousands of local and migratory birds flocking in wetlands and the scenic beauty of Karbi Anglong Hills.


Largest undivided representative area of Brahmaputra valley flood plain grassland, complex eco-system of grassland, where various stages of biotic succession in

What you expect to see :

Largest undivided representative area of Brahmaputra valley flood plain grassland, complex eco-system of grassland, where various stages of biotic succession in

Mammals : The Park is the abode to more than 70% of One Horned Rhinoceros in the world. Highest density of tigers' prey including the large prey biomass of tiger found in the country. Harbours more than 60% of India's wild buffalo population along with the only population of the Eastern Swamp deer and seven species of turtles and tortoises. The other important wildlife found are - Leopard, Fishing Cat, other Lesser cats, Large Indian Civet, Small Indian Civet, Sambar, Barking deer, Hog deer, Gaur, Hog Badger, Hoolock Gibbon, Capped Langur, Assamese Macaque, Rhesus Macaque, Sloth Bear, Gangetic Dolphin and Otter etc.

Census figures of Big Five are - One horned Rhino-1855 (2006), Swamp Deer -468 (2000), Wild Buffalo- 1431 (2001), Tiger-85 (2000), Elephant-1246(2005).

Birds: Home to 25 Globally Threatened and 21 Near Threatened species of birds. So far 480 bird species have been identified and recorded in the Park. The Baza, Bengal Florican, Hornbills, Osprey etc. are the endangered species. Presence of Pelicans and various waterfowls both resident and migratory etc.

Aquatic Flora & Fauna- More than 150 perennial water bodies are located inside the Park, where water level fluctuates temporally resulting in the generation of a very rich aquatic floral diversity. More than 32 species of flora have so far been identified. More than 60 species of fishes have been recorded and is the breeding ground of many of the local species.

How to reach : Rowraiah (Jorhat) is the nearest Airport which is 97 Kms. away and LGBI Airport (Guwahati) is 239 Kms. away. The road distances from nearest cities & towns to Kohora are : from Jorhat is 89 Kms., from Nagaon is 96 Kms., from Guwahati is 219 Kms., from Golaghat is 73 Kms. and from Bokakhat is 21 Kms.

Where to stay:

Tourist Lodges & Resorts - Under Assam Tourism Department at Kohora - Bonani Lodge, Bonshree Lodge and Kunjaban Lodge, Tel..-03776-262423 and under Assam Tourism Development Corporation - Aranya Lodge and Prasanti Cottages, Tel.- 03776-262429.

Private Lodges - Wildgrass Resort near Kohora, Tel.-03776-262085, G.L. Resort, Burapahar, Tel.-03672-299823, Dolphin Lodge, Bokakhat, Tel.-94350-95991, Kaziranga Lodge, Bokakhat, Tel.-03776-268321, Dhansiri Lodge, Kohora, Tel.-03776-262501, Green Reed, Kohora, Tel.-03776-262417, Ma Kamala Resort, Kohora, Tel.-03776-262437, Wildlife Society, Kohora, Tel.-03776-262494, Holiday Home, Kohora, Bon Habi, Kohora, Tel.- 03776-262675, Ashraya, Kohora, Tel.-03776-262163.

Whom to contact for visit:

For Assistance -The Range Officer, Kaziranga Range, Kohora, Tel.-03776-262428, The Range Officer, Western Range, Baguri, Tel.- 03672-283463, The Range Officer, Eastern Range, Agoratoli, Tel.-03776-268032, The Range Officer, Burapahar Range, Ghorakati, Tel.-03672-279012.

For Information-The Director, Kaziranga National Park, P.O .Bokakhat ,Dist .Golaghat, Tel.-03776-268095(O), 268086(R ) Fax-268095, E-mail: unicornis @, Divisional Forest Officer, Eastern Assam Wildlife Division, P.O. Bokakhat, Dist. Golaghat, Tel.-03776-268007 (O) 268041 (R), ACF & WLRO, Eastern Assam Wildlife Division, PO.Bokakhat, Dist. Golaghat, Tel.-03776-268007 (O).

Get in Touch

The participating vendor in business partners meet 2017 may communicate the following Organising Team for any information::

Contact Info

i. Mr.Bhupen Bora,
Officer ( Commercial), NRL
Ph :9435092706
Email id:
ii. Mr. Santanu Gogoi,
Ph: 9435354488
Email :
iii. Mr.Abhijit Das,
Ph: 9435194080
Email :


Registration Closed