CCL Recruitment 2016: Mining Sirdar Trainees Posts

Central Coalfields Limited (CCL) has announced recruitment notification & seeking from eligible candidates (SC/ST) for the recruitment of Mining Sirdar Trainees.

Total Number of vacancies: 40

Name of the Posts: Mining Sirdar Trainees

Age Limit: Between 18 years to 23 years as on 01-01-2016.

Educational Qualification: Passed Senior Secondary school examination or intermediate examination or its equivalent examination.

Application Fee: No Fee

Selection Process: Through educational qualification marks obtained in Intermediate or equivalent examination & written test.

How to Apply: Eligible candidates may send completed application along with attested copies of required documents by ordinary post to the Room no. 301, Recruitment Department, 2nd Floor, Damodar Building, Central Coalfields Limited, Darbhanga House, Ranchi-834029.

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Polish your career through Central Coalfields Limited in mining industry

Central Coalfields Limited is one of the five subsidiaries of Coal India Limited, formed on 1st November, 1975. It was formerly known as National Coal Development Corporation Ltd. Being an undertaking of Indian government it looks after all nationalised coal mines of Coal Mines Authority, Coal Division. Its corporate office is located at Ranchi, Jharkhand. It has total of 58 operative mines as of now that are located in areas of  West Bokaro, East Bokaro, North Karanpur, Ramgarh, South Karanpur and Giridih. Out of these 58 mines, 37 are open cast while 21 are underground. Considering the great contribution of company in coal industry, it has been rewarded with “Miniratna” status in 2007.

CCL has reached its peak production of coal in year 2009-10 where it produced 47.08 million tonnes of coal of net worth Rs. 2644 Crore. This company is constantly striving to create eco friendly mines that ensure conservation and safety along with profitability. CCL is known to introduce nationalisation of coal mines in India. It was decided by government in order to increase production and development of coal industry. It results in establishment of Coal India Limited. Since its inception CCL has been producing favourable results that have profited country to a large extent.

The company has to manage huge manpower for its variety of works in coal mines. Due to its vast network across India, CCL recruits many candidates every year to boost its efficiency. According to sources, it possessed around 48965 employees till November, 2012. Hiring at CCL is done by both open recruitment as well as campus placements. Nationwide written test is followed by induction training conducted at CCL. Candidates are exposed to greater career opportunities with management trainings and personality development procedures. Initial appointments are done as Management Trainees where aspirants have to undergo probation period of 1 year.

On successful completion of training one has possibilities of appointment at higher grades. One can reach to director level with lots of hard work and experience of several years. Appointments at higher levels are also done according to methods implied by authorities. Organisation laid a lot of emphasis on through training and enhancement of skills in employees. Therefore facilities for outdoor games and swimming pool etc are also provided at Indian Institute of Coal Management. Moreover CCL has also established various dedicated institutes meant for mining and excavation related training. No matter if you are a fresher or possess experience in mining industry, CCL has sufficient possibilities for efficient candidates.