Last Date:19 Mar,2019
Advt No : CCL/Rect./Adv./Non Stat./105
Central Coalfields Limited (CCL)
CCL aka Central Coalfields Limited invites application for the post of 17 Pharmacist, Technician & Junior Sanitary Inspector. Apply Online before 19 March 2019. CCL Recruitment Qualification/eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… Official Website is www.centralcoalfields.in
Name of the post – Pharmacist, Technician & Junior Sanitary Inspector
No of post – 17
Pay Scale – 31852.56/- PM, 29460.30/-PM
10th, 12th, Diploma.
General Instruction:government doctor jobs
- Timely receipt of application shall be the sole responsibility of the applicant. Late receipt due to postal delay or delivery of torn/damaged application shall not be entertained.
- Applicants who are permanent employee working in Government, Semi-Government or Public Sector Undertaking or working in any of the subsidiary company of Coal India Limited should apply through proper channel and have to enclose copy of “No Objection Certificate” with the hard copy of Application Form submitted Online, failing which they can be barred from appearing in the Written Test or may not be allowed to join the company if they qualify the Written Test.
- The candidates should ensure while applying that they fulfill the essential eligibility criteria and other requirements prescribed for the post for which they are applying and that the particulars furnished by them are correct in all respects. In case, it is detected at any stage of recruitment process that the candidates do not fulfill the essential eligibility criteria and /or do not comply with other requirements and /or he has furnished any incorrect / false information or has suppressed any relevant information / material fact(s), his/her candidature is liable to be rejected. If any of the above shortcomings is/are detected, even after appointment, his/her services are liable for suitable action including termination and prosecution.
- The Company reserves the right to reject any application without assigning any reason whatsoever.
- The decision of CCL Management will be final & binding on all candidates on all matters relating to eligibility, acceptance or rejection of the application, selection of candidate etc. No enquiry/correspondence will be entertained in this regard.
- The Management reserves the right to Revise / Reschedule / Cancel / suspend the recruitment process, if the need so arises, without assigning any further notice or reason thereof, the decision of the management shall be final and no appeal shall be entertained.
- Applications which are incomplete in any detail or without signature/photograph/Application Fee Receipt (if required) or without any of the required enclosures or received after the last date for receipt of applications will be rejected and no correspondence in this regard will be entertained.
- The candidature of the applicant would be provisional & subject to subsequent verification of certificates/ testimonials.
- Candidates are advised in their own interest to apply much before the closing date and not to wait till the last date to avoid the possibility of server failure/jam.
- CCL does not assume any responsibility for the candidates not being able to submit their application within the last date on account of the aforesaid reasons or for any other reason beyond the control of CCL.
- If there is any variation between the English & Hindi versions of the Advertisement, English version may be treated as authentic.
- Any request for a change in Category (General/SC/ST/OBC-NCL/PH/Ex.SM), once filled in the application form, will not be considered and accordingly, concession/relaxation applicable will not be extended.
- Any request for change of address will not be entertained.
- Candidature is also liable to be rejected if there is any difference/variation found in candidate’s name/ his father’s name, surname or date of birth in his educational/professional/technical/caste certificates vis-à-vis his/her application.
- Applicants fulfilling the eligibility criteria will only be called for Written Examination and their admit card will be sent by Registered post.
- No correspondence will be entertained with the candidate not called for written test.
- CCL takes no responsibility for non-receipt / postal delay of any sort or any loss of e-mail due to invalid /wrong e-mail ID provided by the candidates if sent.
- Any form of canvassing or bringing extraneous pressure will lead to disqualification and will render the candidate ineligible for selection.
- All future announcements in connection with these vacancies including corrigendum (if any), written examinations & results would be made only on the website www.centralcoalfields.in. Candidates are advised to visit the website for updates. Also, all related queries to this Employment notification may be addressed to our Recruitment team through email@example.com.
- Central Coalfields Limited is a Category-I Mini-Ratna Company since October 2007. During 2009-10, coal production of the company reached its highest-ever figure of 47.08 million tones, with net worth amounting to Rs.2644 crore against a paid-up capital of Rs.940 crore.
- Formed on 1st November 1975, CCL (formerly National Coal Development Corporation Ltd) was one of the five subsidiaries of Coal India Ltd. which was the first holding company for coal in the country (CIL now has 8 subsidiaries).
- CCL had a proud past. As NCDC, it heralded the beginning of nationalization of coal mines in India.
- National Coal Development Corporation Ltd. (NCDC) was set up in October, 1956 as Government-owned Company in pursuance of the Industrial Policy Resolutions of 1948 and 1956 of the Government of India. It was started with a nucleus of 11 old state collieries (owned by the Railways) having a total annual production of 2.9 million tonnes of coal.
- Until the formation of NCDC, coal mining in India was largely confined to the Raniganj coal belt in West Bengal and the Jharia coalfields in Bihar (now in Jharkhand), besides a few other areas in Bihar (now in Jharkhand) and a part of Madhya Pradesh (now Chattishgarh also) and Orissa.
- From its very beginning, NCDC addressed itself to the task of increasing coal production and developing new coal resources in the outlying areas, besides introducing modern and scientific techniques of coal mining.
- In the Second Five Year Plan (1956-1961) NCDC was called upon to increase its production from new collieries, to be opened mainly in areas away from the already developed Raniganj and Jharia coalfields. Eight new collieries were opened during this period and the production increased to 8.05 million tonnes by the end of Second Plan.
- During Third Five Year Plan (1961-1966), though the Corporation had built up a much larger production capacity, it could not be utilized due to a sluggish domestic coal market. Production had, therefore, to be pegged down and the development of several collieries undertaken from the early part of the Plan period, had to be suspended. By this time, the contribution of NCDC to the nation’s coal production (67.72 million tones) increased to around 9.6 million tonnes.
- With gradual rise in the demand of coal due to commissioning of new power plants and development of other coal-based industries during Fourth Five Year Plan (1969-1974), NCDC’s production increased to 15.55 million tonnes by the terminal year of Fourth Five Year Plan, i.e., 1973-74.
- NCDC played a pioneering role in India’s coal industry by introducing large-scale mechanization and modern and scientific methods of coal mining for promoting conservation of high grades of coal and exploiting deep coking coal seams necessitating heavy capital investment and sophisticated technical skill. NCDC went in for foreign collaboration with countries such as Poland and the USSR besides limited collaboration with Japan, West Germany and France.
- NCDC’s role can be truly assessed by its contribution towards growth of new coal resources in, what are known as, the outlying areas. The opening of new mines in Madhya Pradesh, Orissa and Maharashtra brought about a significant change in these regions by creating new opportunities of industrialization and employment. Development of the Singrauli coalfields has brought coal almost to the door steps of northern India.
- With the development and application of improved mining techniques, emphasis on planning, design and research; introduction of modern mine management systems and an enlightened industrial relations policy, NCDC was able to provide the infrastructure for the total nationalization of coal industry in the country.
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