Central Coalfields Limited Recruitment For Accounts Clerk Grade-2–33 Posts |Last Date:30-11-2021

Organization Name:

Central Coalfields Limited

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Name of The Post:

Accounts Clerk Grade-2

Job Description:

Application invited to The post of Account Clerk and Other details given below.

Number of the posts: 33

33 Posts

Pay Scale:

As per Organization rules

Age Limit:

As per Organization rules

Education/Qualification:

Matriculation or equivalent Examination from any recognized Board of examination.

Apply Mode:

Online

Job Location:

Ranchi

About Organization :

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.

Important Dates:

08-11-2021

Last Date:

30-11-2021

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