At a time when the power sector is grappling with a severe coal shortage, it has come to light that the recruitment policy for top jobs in Coal India (CIL) and its group companies is in limbo. While at least six top-level post holders at the state-run miner are on the brink of an exit, nine others are lying vacant for some time now.
While South-Eastern Coalfields, a CIL subsidiary, is not only headless, the position of director-technical, which includes project-planning and operations, is also due to be filled. Similarly, the position of chairman and managing director, director finance, director technical and director personnel are vacant at Eastern Coalfields. Read More
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