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Presented by
Reeshma. V.R
Sec A


It is an Indianstate-controlled coal mining

headquartered inKolkata, West Bengal, India.
the world's largest coal miner with revenue
exceeding624.15 billion (FY 2012).
It was formerly owned entirely by the Union
Government of India, under the
administrative control of theMinistry of Coal.
It is involved incoal miningand production

In April 2011, CIL was conferred the Maharatna status

by the union Government of India and ranked as one
of India's most valuable companies by market value.

It is currently 90% owned by the Government of India

with the remaining 10% owned by the public


produce the planned quantity of coal

efficiently and economically with due regard
to safety, conservation & quality.


To emerge from the position of domestic

leader to leading global player in the energy
sector by adopting best practices from mine
to market with due care to environmental
and social sustenance.


Executive Director

: Narasing Rao
(chairman cum MD)
: Sri.A. Chatterjee
: Sri .M. Kumar
:Sri.R.Mohan Das

Personal industrial
Market government : Sri.B.K. Saxana
Nominate Director
Additional Secretary & : smt. Anjaly Anand
Financial advisor



Semi coking coal
NLE coking coal
None coking coal
Washed and beneficiated coal
Cil coak
Coal fins
Tar / heavy oil / light oil / soft pitch :



Human Resource Development emphasis in Coal India

has been set up to deal with the development of
existing Human Resources as well as looking ahead
with clear perspective with reference to technological
advances and growth of manpower to fulfill demand of
production vis--vis technology.
To cope up with the task emerging from strategic plan,
Annual HRD plan is worked out every year to integrate
HRD efforts in all the twenty six training centre located
in different subsidiaries in following four segments.

I.Technical Training :

It is to provide requirement of training for technology being used in

each subsidiary and any other technology being conceived at the
corporate level for which preparedness is necessary to meet current
shortage of skilled manpower and also preparing statutory
personnel for meeting statutory obligation through training.

To analyze and project requirement of personnel in critical and non

critical categories as well as to prepare them so that capital and
technology input to the project through capacity and new equipment
or enrichment in the production process through particular systems
in technology could provide appropriate return to the investment.


Executives at each level and at the time of

assuming the charge at the new position i.e.
entry to the higher level, a need based training is
imparted at the Management Training Centre of
each subsidiary companies for the level from E.1
to E.5 and at the apex training Centre, Indian
Institute of Coal Management, Ranchi, for higher
level, i.e. from M.1 to M.3 level executives.

A planned attempt to help those who join CIL as part of
management policy and for the workmen who are
required to acquire skill for movement from
conventional to semi-mechanised mines with
intermediate technology or at the instance of closure of
mines and surplus manpower.
These trainees are used as source of supply of
manpower in critical and non-critical areas of skills for
the technology specific to the subsidiary company

IV.General Development
Training :
With a change in the scenario with reference to status
of mine, specifically in ECL, BCCL and to an extent in
CCL and separate focus for MCL, NCL, SECL and
WCL, the vision of the company, health of organization profit & loss, criteria for raising productivity, cost
parameters and criteria for excellence in performance for
survival of the company is propagated through intra organizational communication as well as face to face
interface with workers and supervisors in a planned way
by sharing the reality of business.



Coal India limited received the mou excellence award

Shri N C jha felicitated by institution of engineers (India)
Coal India limited bagged first prize of official language
implementation award
Coal India wins India pride award 2011
Company of the year award to coal India
Coal India joins 30-stock SENSEX
Coal India limited a 'maharatna'
Coal India limited included in the dow jones SAFE 100 index
Enterprise excellence award

Conferred the "World's Largest Coal Producing Company

Award" at the first Dalal Street Investment Journal PSU
Awards, 2009.

Chairman and Managing Director of our Company was

conferred with the "CEO with HR Orientation Award" by the
Council of World HRD Congress at the Global HR Excellence
Awards Ceremony 2010.

Coal India Limited received the Best Practices in Industrial

Relations Award (IR) for 2010-11 in an Annual Awards
function organized recently by Hooghly Chamber of
Commerce & Industry.


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