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CIL to hire around 1100 management trainees

Steel News - Published on Tue, 17 May 2011

State run Coal India will induct around 1,100 management trainees by October this year, in keeping with its massive expansion plans. The Maharatna firm, which already has a staggering 397,000 workforce, had hired around 1,000 personnel in the last two years following a decade-long freeze on recruitment drive.

The new faces will be inducted into the parent firm and its subsidiaries in various disciplines mining, electrical, mechanical, civil and chemical/mineral.

The recruitment of the white-collars is necessitated as the world\'s top coal producer plans huge expansions, including setting up of 20 new washeries with a combined capacity of 111.1 million tonnes at an estimated cost of INR 2,500 crore.

Besides, CIL is also awaiting environmental and forest clearances to start work on about 150 projects stranded since 2009.

CIL, which accounts for over 80% of the domestic coal production, has set a target of 452 million tonnes for the current fiscal from around 432 million tonnes production last fiscal. The selection of the candidates would be done through a national level written examination followed by a personal interview.

(Sourced from ET)

Posted By : admin on Tue, 17 May 2011
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