Coal India Limited Management Trainee 1326 Posts updated on 8th August 2022

Coal India Limited (CIL) is an Indian state-owned coal mining and refinery company headquartered in Kolkata, West Bengal, India  and the largest coal-producing company in the world and a Maharatna company. The company contributes to around 82% of the coal production in India. It produced 554.14 million tonnes of raw coal in 2016-17, an increase from its earlier production of 494.24 million tonnes of coal during FY2014–15 and earned a revenue of ₹95,435 crore (US$13 billion) from sale of coal in the same financial year.

Management Trainee Vacancy 2020

Brief Information of this Sarkari Job in 2020

Coal India Limited has given a notification for the recruitment of Management Trainee vacancies. Those Candidates who are interested in the vacancy details & completed all eligibility criteria can read the Notification & Apply Online.

Last Date19-Jan-2020
Advertisement No.01/2019
Post NameCoal India Limited Management Trainee Online Form 2020
Total Vacancies1326
LocationAcross India
Fee DetailsFor General (UR)/ OBC (Creamy Layer & Non-Creamy Layer)/ EWS: Rs. 1000/- For SC/ ST/ PwD candidates/ Employees of Coal India Limited and its Subsidiaries: NIL Payment Mode: through Online Only

Vacancy Details of this Sarkari Job in 2020

Sr.Post NameNo.of PostsQualificationAge Limit
1Coal Preparation28 upto 30 yrs
2Civil68 upto 30 yrs
3Mechanical258 upto 30 yrs
4Electrical218 upto 30 yrs
5Mining288 upto 30 yrs
6Systems46 upto 30 yrs
7Materials Management28 upto 30 yrs
8Finance & Accounts254CA/ ICWA upto 30 yrs
9Personnel & HR89PG Degree or MBA or MSW upto 30 yrs
10Community Development26PG Degree/ PG Diploma (relevant disciplines) upto 30 yrs
11Marketing & Sales23MBA/ PG Diploma (Management) upto 30 yrs

Dates to Remember for this Govt. Job

Start Date21-Dec-2019
End Date19-Jan-2020
Date of Advertisement17-Dec-2019
Tentative Dates of Computer Based Online Test27 & 28-02-2020
Latest Update17/03/2020
Date of Availability of Questions/ Answers for CBT Exam05-03-2020
Last Date for Receiving Objections10-03-2020

History

Coal mining in India had primarily been a private sector enterprise. This changed in September 1956 when the Government of India established its own coal company National Coal Development Corporation (NCDC). Collieries run by the Railways formed the nucleus of NCDC. This was to fulfill the fast growing energy requirements in the country to support rapid industrialization taking place through 5-year Plans of the Government. In the same year, Singareni Colliery Company, which was operating in Andhra Pradesh since 1920, was also brought under government control when the Central Government and Andhra Pradesh Government acquired its 45% and 55% shares respectively.

Initial public offering

In October 2010, the Government of India made an initial public offering (IPO) of 10% of the equity shares of CIL (631.6 million equity shares) to public at an offer price of ₹245 (US$3.40) per share (at face value of ₹10 per share). The IPO was oversubscribed by 14.17 times. Against an IPO issue size of ₹15,500 crore (equivalent to ₹260 billion or US$3.6 billion in 2018) it received bids for ₹2.4 lakh crore (equivalent to ₹4.0 trillion or US$56 billion in 2018) making it the second highest collections in any IPO in India. On the first day of its listing on the stock market, its shares soared 40% higher than IPO price. With the listing, CIL became the fourth most valued company on the Indian stock exchanges with a market value of ₹2.16 lakh crore (equivalent to ₹3.6 trillion or US$51 billion in 2018). CIL was included in the 30-member BSE SENSEX on 8 August 2011.

Operations

CIL is the largest coal producing company in the world. It produced 536.51 MT (million tonne) coal during FY2015-16. Coal India operates through 81 mining areas in eight states in India. As on 1 April 2015, it has 430 coal mines out of which 175 are open cast, 227 are underground and 28 are mixed mines. Production from open cast mines during 2014-15 was 92.91% of total production of 494.24 MT. Underground mines contributed to 7.09% of production. CIL further operates 15 coal washeries, out of which 12 are for coking coal and 3 are for non-coking coal with 23.30 MTY and 13.50 MTY capacities respectively. It also manages 200 other establishments like workshops, hospitals, training institutes, mine-rescue setups, etc.

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