The company's board, at its meeting held on Monday, had passed necessary resolutions for the implementation of the approved CDR scheme and also to obtain the shareholders approval for passing the necessary resolutions.
In January 2014, IVRCL, which incurred a net loss of Rs 853.37 crore in 2013-14, had initiated the process of CDR prescribed under the Reserve bank of India (RBI) guidelines by way of reference to CDR Cell.
CDR is a mechanism that permits viable companies additional time to meet debt obligations, subject to certain terms and conditions.
IVRCL had earlier decided to raise Rs 300 crore either through a rights issue, preferential allotment or institutional placement to fund its projects.
IVRCL scrip closed at Rs 26.50 on BSE today, marginally down 0.19% compared to the previous close of Rs 26.55 crore.
Courtesy: The Business Standard