Applications are invited from the Indian Nationals for :-
Post & Grade : Staff Nurse Trainee, T&S Grade-’C’
Pay : Rs. 10127.70 (Basic) + Allowances
No. of Posts : 51
SC : 07 ST : 03 OBC General : 12 OBC Minority Community: 01 General : 28
Qualification : 10 + 2 Plus ‘A’ Grade Nursing Diploma or Certificate with 3 years course from a recognised Institute approved by the Government.
Age & Date of Birth : Minimum age should not be less than 18 years and upper age should not be more than 30 years for General candidates, 33 years for OBC candidates & 35 years for SC/ST as on 01-02-2012.
How to apply : Candidates fulfilling above norms should submit applications giving details along with attested copies of all certificates including Caste, as per the proforma given below, so as to reach General Manager(P&IR), Western Coalfields Limited, Coal Estate, Civil Lines, Nagpur- 440 001, latest by 09-03-2012. Candidates employed in Govt./Public Sector Undertakings should submit applications through proper channel. Travelling expenses will be admissible for SC-ST candidates for attending written test/interview as per rule.
1. The Company has taken thefollowing steps towards consumer satisfaction: Rationalizing movement of coal based on need/ requirements of Industries Selective mining eliminating thick shale/ stone bands separately. Rationalized grading based on seam section-wise quality. Dispatching 100% sized coal. There are 59 major and minor CHPs in WCL at present.
2. Picking of shales/ stones at all stages i.e. at the mine stock, siding stock, at CHP belts and from wagon tops. Posting of Quality Control Nodal Officers/ Inspectors in all the Areas for monitoring coal quality and keeping strict vigil on the dispatches. Regular check samples analyzed for assessment of coal quality dispatches and for necessary rectification of shortcomings, if any.
3. Complaints redressal system introduced. The complaints are recorded and attended promptly. Corrective remedial measures are taken wherever found necessary. Assessment of coal quality so dispatched through joint sampling. Allowing the consumer representtativesto have supervision at the loading ends.
4. Installing weighbridges with computerized print out arrangements. There are 24 rail weighbridges and 94 road weigh bridges. Regular meeting with major association of consumers, Western Region Linkage Committee, etc13 Safety: Safety of men and machines has been given the highest priority in WCL. Monthly Safety Committee Meetings at the Mines and Tripartite
5. safety committee meetings at Area and Headquarter levels are held regularly to review the safety performance. Safety drives on different subjects are held in all mines periodically. Annual Safety fortnight is also organized once every year. Steel roof bolting and roof stitching are being done in a big way and thrust is also given to replace timber
6. supports by steel supports wherever possible. Hydraulic roof drilling and Universal Drilling Machines (UDMs) have been introduced in some mines and the same will be provided in all mines of WCL in a phased manner. WCL has taken up in-house determination of Rock Mass Rating (RMR) and all underground mines draw their roof support plan as per the RMR value of the mine/ seam.
7. In order to arrest accidents due to miscellaneous causes, which occur mostly due to negligence and lack of awareness amongst workmen, the following additional steps have been taken : (a) Periodical Safety awareness drives in all mines Issue of safety circulars from time to time Safety talks at the pit top in the beginning of shifts
8. Periodical workshops/ seminars Circulation of implementation of “Code of Safe Practice” for all mining operations Regular inspection of mines Safety audit & risk assessment As a result of these measures, WCL has been able to achieve significant reduction in accident rates.
9. manshifts for fatality has reduced from 0.81 to 0.26 and the serious injury rate Western Coalfields Limited has made consistent progress since nationalization. Production has increased from 6.53 million tonnes in 1973-74 to 43.65 million tonnes in 2010-11 registering tremendous growth. Due to adverse geo-mining conditions and high stripping ratio of coal deposits, the life of OC mines are quite short and of smaller capacities. There is no mega project. Most of the OC Mines are of less than 1.50 MTY capacity. Only one
10. projects, namely Penganga OC is having a capacity of 3.00 Mty. With a view to above, identifying new projects and opening of the same is continuous process to maintain the steady growth of WCL. In WCL a total number of 154 projects have been sanctioned since nationalization, including projects approved on cost plus basis,
11. Capital Rs.2427.74 crores are completed operating projects while 21 projects, with a production capacity of 11.73 million tonnes & Sanctioned capital Rs.419.90 crores have been closed due to exhaustion of coal reserves & geo-mining constraints. Out of the 33 ongoing projects/ schemes production started in 16 projects and rest are in construction stage.
12. WCL as a corporate citizen realizes its responsibility not only for meeting the increasing demand of coal for generation of electricity but also for the protection and improvement of environment in and around its mining areas leading to sustainable development. The Environment protection and improvement aspects are integrated at mine planning and design stage and practiced throughout operational life of the mines till successful closure.
13. In Coalfields, the air pollution is caused mainly due to dust. The dust is controlled at source by installation of fixed sprinklers at CHPs, coal stock yards, weighbridges and along transportation roads. In all the major CHPs, fixed sprinklers have been provided at the transfer points and bunkers.The mist type water spraying system installed along the conveyor belts in coal handling plants has proved to be effective in water conservation and reduction of dust due to sheet formation
14. besides increasing the longevity of structures. The sides of CHPs are also covered by side cladding by GI Sheets. In addition, effective dust suppression has been achieved through water sprinkling by mobile water tankers. Further effective plantation in the mine lease area also arrest the propagation and dispersion of dust significantly. The quality of ambient air in and around the mine is monitored every fortnight as per Environment (Protection) Amendment Rule, September, 2000.
15. In opencast mines, the strata seepage water gets accumulated in the sump at the bottom/ floor of the seam having sufficient capacity, which is then pumped out on surface for safe operation of the mine. This initial sumpage in the mine pit provides for the first stage settlement of suspended particles. The pumped out water is thereafter fed into surface sedimentation pond/ settling tank which provides for the second stage settlement of suspended particles.
16. The quality of water is monitored every fortnight as per Environment (Protection) Amendment Rule, September, 2000. In underground coal mines, the strata seepage water gets accumulated in the dip side working having sufficient area providing significant time for settlement of suspended particles as first stage settlement. The supernatant water from the main sump is then pumped out on surface and fed into surface
17. sedimentation pond/ settling tank which provides for the second stage settlement of suspended particles. The quality of water is monitored every fortnight as per Environment (Protection) Amendment Rule, September, 2000.
18. The effluent from workshops in opencast mines is treated in Workshop Effluent Treatment Plants (WETPs) and Domestic Effluent Treatment Plants (DETPs) have been constructed for treatment of domestic effluent. The quality of effluent water is also monitored every fortnight as per Environment (Protection) Amendment Rule, September, 2000.
Tentative Last Date : 09-03-2012