Defining the Gold Prospects spread across India and advance them into commercial gold production.
Deccan Gold Mines Limited (DGML) was established as a gold exploration company in 2003. It was set up by promoters with deep roots in the exploration and mining sector. It is the first private sector gold exploration company in India to be listed on the Mumbai Stock Exchange. The company now has a large portfolio of exploration prospects in the states of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh.
Decades of Experience
Right from its inception in 2003, DGML has been a key player in the gold mining industry in India.
The in-house research team at DGML, working with innovative technology, have a great track record of developing exploration projects.
For years, DGML has been employing multi parametric exploration techniques that are in accordance with international standards.
Dedicated & Focused
The driving force behind DGML has been an extremely earnest and committed management team.
Strategically Located Projects
The DGML projects are ideally located within India’s world class Archaean Gold Province which includes Ganajur-Karajgi and Mangalagatti.
Health and Safety
We are committed to protect the Health and Safety of our employees, our environment and community at all times and under all circumstances.
Annual general meeting 30th December 2015
Projects strategically located within world class Archaen Gold Province
This project area forms part of Archaean Western Dharwar Craton in the State of Karnataka. Deccan Exploration Services Private Limited (DESPL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Deccan Gold Mines Limited (DGML), explored an area of 5,660 sq km of the Dharwar-Shimoga Greenstone belt covered under 3 RP blocks and identified 22 gold prospects.
We are the first & the only Gold Exploration company listed on Bombay Stock Exchange Ltd. (BSE)
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