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World's largest coal-producing company, Coal India is planning to hire as many as 9,000 people to fill up vacancies, according to a Zee Business report.
World's largest coal-producing company, Coal India is planning to hire as many as 9,000 people to fill up vacancies, according to a Zee Business report. In one of the biggest recruitment drives by the state-run miner in a decade, Coal India Ltd and its subsidiaries are planning to hire 9,000 people, out of which 4,000 reportedly belong to the executive cadre. However, notification and other details of this CIL recruitment, which is touted as 'the biggest recruitment drive by the state-run miner and its subsidiaries in a decade', are still awaited.
Reportedly, Coal India has seen about 12,300 employees retiring annually over the last three years, which has led to a number of positions falling vacant. The company, therefore, will need to conduct large-scale hiring over the next few years to maintain an adequate workforce.
The company is looking to hire around 5,000 workers, while other subsidiaries are planning to have around 2,300 technical hands. While another 2,350 as part of the company’s policy to offer a job to a family member of a staff who died before retirement and around 400 in non-technical posts could possibly be hired.
Coal India along with its subsidiaries like Bharat Coking Coal Ltd, Central Coalfields Ltd, Central Mine, Planning and Design Institute Ltd, Eastern Coalfields Ltd, Mahanadi Coalfields Ltd, Northern Coalfields Ltd, South Eastern Coalfields Ltd and Western Coalfields Ltd is reportedly India’s biggest public-sector employer after the Indian Railways with a staff of around 2,80,000 people.