Northern Coalfields Ltd Recruitment 2020 – Apply Online for 454  Mining Sirdar, Operator, & Other Posts

Northern Coalfields Ltd Recruitment 2020 – Apply Online for 454 Mining Sirdar, Operator, & Other Posts

Northern Coalfields Ltd(NCL) Recruitment 2020: Northern Coalfields Ltd recruitment has invited the notification for 307 posts of  Dragline Operator, Dozer Operator, Grader Operator, and Various Operators. The procedure for Northern Coalfields Ltd Operator Online application has started from 16th March and will be available up to 30th March 2020, so those candidates who are interested in the vacancy and fulfill the eligibility criteria may apply for the post by applying online

Name of the Post: Northern Coalfields Ltd Operator Online Form 2020

Post Date: 23-02-2020

Latest Update: 16-03-2020

Total Vacancy: 307


Northern Coalfields Ltd(NCL) Operator Recruitment 2020

Northern Coalfields Ltd


Important Dates
  • Starting Date to Apply Online: 16-03-2020 at 00:01 AM
  • Last Date to Apply Online: 30-03-2020 by 11:45 PM

Vacancy Details Post Name Total Educational Qualification
1 Dragline Operator (Trainee)
09 Matriculation /SSC/ High School, ITI with Valid Driving License
2 Dozer Operator (Trainee) 48 Matriculation /SSC/ High School with Valid Driving License
3 Grader Operator (Trainee) 11
4 Dumper Operator (Trainee) 167
5 Shovel Operator (Trainee) 28
6 Pay Loader Operator (Trainee) 06
7 Crane Operator (Trainee) 21
8 Drill Operator (Trainee) 17 Matriculation /SSC/ High School

 Selection Process for Northern Coalfields Ltd

I. Eligible candidates meeting the minimum eligibility criteria as on the crucial date as specified under this Notification will be required to appear for a Written Test. The selection will be based on a candidate‟s relative score in the written test.
II. A Common Written Test (CWT) will be conducted for the Selection of Candidates for the post of HEMM Operator (Trainee). However, Candidates eligible for Dragline Operator (Trainee) will have to undergo an Additional Technical Test (ATT).
III. The CWT will be of 100 Marks for 90 minutes duration common for all positions of HEMM Operator (Trainee). Further, the ATT (of ITI level) will be of 50 marks for 60 minutes duration for the position of Dragline Operator (Trainee) only. The Merit for filling the post of Dragline Operator (Trainee) will be based on the combined score of candidates in both papers (CWT + ATT); i.e. they will be evaluated on the total score of 150 marks. The Merit for filling the posts other than Dragline Operator (Trainee) will be prepared on the scores of candidates in the CWT of 100 marks.
IV. Candidates will be allowed to appear in the written test merely on the basis of their declaration regarding their eligibility as per their application form. Scrutiny/ Verification of the claims of the candidate(s) of their eligibility for a post will be done post declaration of result of the written test. Such scrutiny/ verification will be done only for those candidates who shall pass the written test as per the laid down cut-off marks (Minimum Qualifying Marks- Table F).
V. The Written tests will comprise of objective type questions with four choices of answer and there will be no negative marking for any wrong answer. Question booklet (in Hindi/English) will be provided along with a separate OMR sheet, at the start of written examination. Instructions (Bilingual) for candidates will be given on the question booklet as well as on the OMR sheet. The CWT will comprise of questions related to aptitude, Traffic Rules, Road Safety, First Aid, Basic Knowledge of maintenance of Motor Vehicles, general intelligence, mental ability, etc and the technical test will comprise of questions related to ITI Trades of Diesel Mechanic, Motor Mechanic, and Fitter trades. The syllabus will be published on the NCL website separately.
VI. The Written Test will be conducted at different centers in District Singrauli, Bhopal, Jabalpur (M.P.) & District Sonebhadra, Varanasi & Allahabad (U.P.). Applicants may provide their order of preference for test centers while filling their Online Application form. Depending on the number of applicants, the Management may organize the written test in other adjacent cities also. However, the Management reserves the right to cancel/ allot any Centre at its discretion. Candidates cannot claim any Centre opted by them as a matter of right.
VII. Selection of candidates in merit panel will be subject to securing of cut-off marks (Minimum Qualifying marks) in the written test for the concerned post with respect to their category as mentioned below and fulfilling prescribed eligibility criteria: 

Posts Maximum Marks Category of Candidates Minimum Cut-Off Marks
required for Selection out of
Maximum Marks
100 UR, EWS  50 marks
SC/ ST/ ESM/ OBC-NCL 40 marks
150 UR, EWS  75 marks
SC/ ST/ ESM/ OBC-NCL 60 marks

VIII. The result of the Written Test will be published on the NCL website as early as possible after the successful completion of the written test.
IX. Provisional merit panels of candidates who secure the requisite cut-off marks and above and fulfilling the eligibility criteria will be published, in the order of marks scored, after resolving tie as prescribed, on NCL website in respect of different Posts.
X. Such candidates who would score equal or above the cut off (Minimum qualifying marks as provided in Table F) would only be notified for appearing for scrutiny/ verification of their testimonials supporting their claim of candidature, in order of their respective merit position drawn on the basis of marks scored in written test for different positions up to the extent the positions remain unfilled. The candidates shall have to appear along with all original certificates/ documents as per eligibility criteria notified in this Employment Notification for scrutiny/ verification. The date, time and venue for scrutiny/ verification shall be notified on the NCL website and the candidates shall have to report accordingly. In the event of failure to report with all original certificates and testimonials within the stipulated time, the candidature of such candidate shall stand canceled.
XI. For positions other than „Dragline Operator (Trainee)‟ in cases where more than one candidate secures equal marks in the CWT conducted for the post, the tie will be resolved by applying the following methods one after another: (i) Percentage of Marks scored by the Candidates in their matriculation by preferring the candidate with Higher percentage; then by (ii) Date of Birth, by preferring older candidates; and then (iii) Alphabetical order in which names (As Mentioned in the Matriculation certificate) of the candidates appear.
XII. For the post of Dragline Operator (Trainee) in cases where more than one candidate secure equal marks in aggregate (Combined score in CWT & ATT) conducted for the post, the tie will be resolved by applying the following methods one after another: (i) The candidate with higher marks scored in the technical paper(ATT), will be preferred; then by (ii) Percentage of Marks scored by the Candidates in their matriculation by preferring the candidate with Higher percentage; then by (iii) Date of Birth, by preferring older candidates; and then by (iv) Alphabetical order in which names (As Mentioned in the Matriculation certificate) of the candidates appear.
XIII. Different Posts of HEMM Operator (Trainee) other than Dragline Operator (Trainee) will be filled in the following order of Posts, with Candidates in the order of their Merit Position, provided the candidates fulfill the qualification as prescribed in the Table A and subject to other eligibility conditions as provided in this Employment Notification. The decision of NCL Management in this regard shall be final and binding on all candidates.
1. Dozer Operator (Trainee),
2. then; Grader Operator (Trainee),
3. then; Dumper Operator (Trainee),
4. then; Shovel Operator (Trainee),
5. then; Pay Loader Operator (Trainee)
6. then; Crane Operator (Trainee) and
7. finally Drill Operator(Trainee).
XIV. A provisional offer of appointment will be issued to the successful candidates in accordance with their relative merit position and with due consideration of the reservation of posts to the reserved category candidates and against vacancies.
XV. If it is found during the Scrutiny/ Verification, or during the course of training, or even during the course of employment, that the candidate is not fulfilling the eligibility criteria in any respect, his/her candidature/ appointment shall be canceled.

How to Apply for Northern Coalfields Ltd

i. Candidates are advised to login to the official website of NCL by using URL>Career>Recruitment >Notification for Direct Recruitment of various posts of HEMM Operator (Trainee) > Apply online.
ii. Employment Notification is available in both English and Hindi. Candidates may select either of them at their convenience.
iii. Candidates are advised to go through the provisions of the complete Employment Notification carefully for assessing his/her eligibility.
iv. Candidates belonging to categories other than SC/ST/Ex-Servicemen & Departmental Candidate categories are required to pay a non-refundable application fee of Rs 500/- (Five Hundred Rupees only) only through the online facility of „SB Collect‟.
v. If a candidate has gone through the advertisement properly then they have to utilize the links as given below for making their application to the post as per eligibility.
Step1: Registration
Step2: Fee payment
Step3: Apply
Step4: Submission

About the Company:

Singrauli Coalfield is spread over 2202 sq. Km, comprising of two basins, viz. Moher Sub-basin (312 Sq.Km.) and Singrauli Main basin (1890 Sq.Km.). NCL has a total coal reserve of 10.06 BT (6.83 BT in Moher Sub-basin and 3.23 BT in Main Basin). Out of this reserve, the industry has extracted 1.7 BT of coal from Moher Sub-basin till March 2019. A major part of the Moher sub-basin lies in the Singrauli district of Madhya Pradesh and a small part lies in the Sonebhadra district of Uttar Pradesh. All the coal mining operations of NCL are at present concentrated in Moher Sub-basin through 10 numbers of highly mechanized open cast mines. Singrauli main basin lies in the western part of the coalfield and is largely unexplored. NCL produced 101.50 MT in 2018-19, approx. 14% of the total coal production of India, and dispatched 100.66 MT of coal. The targets for coal production in 2019-20 and 2020-21 are 106.25 and 110.50 MT respectively. The coal supply from NCL has made it possible to produce about 10515 MW of electricity from pithead power plants having power generation of 13295 MW. In addition, NCL is also supplying coal to power plants of Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Ltd, Delhi Vidyut Board (DVB), Haryana State Electricity Board, Lanco, Adani Power, etc.

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