CIL Recruitment 2023 - 244 Total Jobs Updated On 09 Nov 2023

CIL Recruitment 2023: Coal India Limited (CIL) has released the latest notification of Security Guard Jobs jobs for 244 vacancies. Contenders who have completed their qualification in 7th or 8th are eligible to apply for this CIL Notification 2023. Job Seekers who the passion to work as an employee in the CIL department can grab this career opportunity by applying before the last date. Aspirants who luckily visit this article can easily get all the job vacancies available in the public sector department. Through this website, you can get all the details of CIL Jobs 2023. CIL Department is going to recruit the eligible contenders in various designations or job roles. Each and every applicant must download the official notification and check all the clear details like educational qualification, selection process, age limit, application dates, pay scale and other related information. To Read More about CIL Recruitment, Read More

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Nov 09, 2023 04:42 PM IST  |  3 Jobs Found On 'jobs in CIL'

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About Coal India Limited Careers

Coal India Limited is an Indian state-owned coal mining and refinery company. It was established in the year 1975. Its headquarters are located at Kolkata, West Bengal. It is the largest coal-producing company in the world and a Maharatna company. Anil Kumar Jha was the Chairman and MD or CIL Department.

As of 14 October 2015, Union Government of India owns a CIL and controls the operations of CIL through the Ministry of Coal. In April 2011, CIL was conferred the Maharatna status by the Union Government of India making it one of the seven maharatnas.

Coal mining in India has bee a private-sector enterprise. This changed in September 1956 when the Government of India established its own coal company National Coal Development Corporation (NCDC). CIL is also a wholly-owned subsidiary in Mozambique, Coal India Africana Limitada (CIAL).